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Casey Martin Stock

July 11, 1957 — April 21, 2024

Kaysville, Utah

Casey Martin Stock

Casey Martin Stock passed away on April 21, 2024, at peace and full of faith, surrounded by his wife, Lillian Stock, his children, Alona Brittain (Justin Brittain), Kristen West (Gavin West), Lyndee Scherting (Jackson Scherting) Josh Stock (Kylie Stock), and his grandkids. Casey was also blessed with numerous tender visits in his final days from extended family and friends. These visits were a testament to Casey’s life and legacy, most notably with his wife, kids, spouses, siblings, 11 grandkids and 1 great-grandbaby. 

All who know Casey know he lived for these relationships, and he was deeply appreciative of the opportunity to enjoy them just a little more before moving on. Casey also expressed continuously during his final visits his faith in Heavenly Father’s plan and his knowledge of his Heavenly Father and Savior’s love for him and all of us. Casey stated with confidence that his passing would only be a temporary separation from those he would leave behind and a wonderful reunion with his loved ones who had already passed on.

Casey was born July 11, 1957, in Tooele, Utah, and lived there through adolescence with his mother and father (who, for clarity, was his stepfather by law, but his father by heart) and his siblings. Casey always enjoyed family, friends, the outdoors and sports. One of Casey’s favorites passtimes was fishing. Casey graduated high school from Tooele High in 1975, and the same faith Casey always relied on compelled him to serve a mission for his church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in the New York City, New York Mission. Casey served faithfully from 1976 to 1978, during which he solidified a general love and respect for his fellowmen, and of the importance of serving them, which Casey kept alive and shared the rest of his life. Casey then returned home to Utah and attended Utah State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. While there, Casey met the love of his life at church, while Lillian was also living in Logan. Forever smitten with his sweetheart, Casey and Lillian wed in the Idaho Falls Temple on March 7, 1980, and raised their family along the Wasatch Front, spending the last 36 years of his life quietly in their Kaysville home. Casey and Lillian were thrilled to have five children, raising four to adulthood, and Casey always demonstrated clearly how much he loved his wife and children. Casey dedicated his life to setting a great example for them, raising them in the gospel of Jesus Christ, sharing his testimony of it with them, and always making sure his family knew they were his pride and joy. Casey applied care and dedication to everything he did, including throughout his long career in shipping, always making friends with those he came into contact with, as well as earning their respect.

Casey’s heart was always in his relationships, giving the vast majority of his heart, love and concern to his wife, children and extended family, with the rest going toward serving in his church, in the community, and friends in need. One long night a year every year, for approximately 25 years, Casey could be found coordinating and making deliveries for the annual Festival of Trees in Salt Lake City, helping raise funds for Primary Childrens Hospital. Casey also developed a deep love for temple work while serving as a veil worker in the Bountiful Temple for more than two years, until health issues prevented him from continuing to serve there. Casey was often found on the weekends cooking on his smoker for backyard barbecues attended by his children and grandchildren

Casey is survived by his wife, 4 kids and their spouses, 11 grandkids and 1 great-grandbaby, his siblings Denny Stock, Ned Anderton, Lauren Anderton, Wayne Anderton and Esther Torres.  Casey is preceded in death by his daughter, Chelsea Stock, who did not survive infancy, parents Ned and Shannon (Gallagher) Anderton and his biological father, Grant Martin Stock.  Casey expressed at the end looking forward to being with Chelsea and his parents.

Casey’s funeral will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. at Kaysville 14th Ward, 9 West 550 South, Kaysville, Utah 84037. There will be a viewing prior to the funeral at this location starting at 9:00 a.m. 

In lieu of flowers, venmo Casey Stock: @Casey-Stock-3

 Casey’s funeral may also be attended via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/92317003693




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