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Erman Elsworth Case

August 12, 1956 — February 11, 2024


Erman Elsworth Case

Erman Ellsworth Case passed away peacefully at his home in Cozad on February 11, 2024. He was born on August 12, 1956, in Hawthorne, California to Loyd and Rena (Cayou) Case.

Erman had a strong educational background. He graduated from Thornton High School in Colorado and furthered his education attending the University of Colorado. Erman's intellect and curiosity were evident through his membership in Mensa, showcasing his impressive intelligence.

Erman worked as a press operator at Monroe Auto in Cozad for many years. Throughout his life, Erman showcased admirable qualities that made him cherished by those around him. He possessed a genuine and selfless nature, always willing to lend a helping hand without expecting any recognition. Erman's mischievous spirit made him quite the prankster and brought laughter into the lives of those who knew him. He had a gift for storytelling and thoroughly enjoyed engaging people with his tales. Whether it was sharing anecdotes or simply having a pleasant conversation, Erman loved nothing more than spending quality time with friends and family.

Erman also had a zest for outdoor adventures. Hunting, fishing, and camping were among the various hobbies he held dear to his heart. Nature provided him solace and allowed him to connect with the world around him.

He is survived by his beloved wife Clara as well as their children Chad Case and Nichole Case, all of whom reside in Cozad. His precious granddaughter Maya LaMascus brought immeasurable joy into his life. Erman is also survived by his brothers Steve and Dave Case, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members.

Erman's wishes were to be cremated. There will be no service. Memorials are suggested to the family for later designation.


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