Daniel Ryan Casavant

Daniel R. Casavant, 31, of Laurens, passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2020.

Born in Bangor, Maine, he was a son of Michael Roger & Laura Rosia Casavant.

In addition to his parents, Daniel is survived by two brothers, Michael Robert Currier-Casavant of Greenville, and Derek Lucien Casavant and his wife, Charity, of VA; his maternal grandparents, Robert & Marilyn Rosia; aunts & uncles, Joseph Rosia, Roger Casavant, Theresa Casavant, Urban Casavant, Rene Casavant, Dennis Casavant (Cindy), Julien Casavant (Diane), Flora Kryzak (Dennis), Mary Hull and her recently passed husband, Peter, Dianne Casavant, Paul Casavant (Patty), and Mary Jane Raymond (Ronald); his nieces, Allyssa Casavant, and Madeline Casavant, and nephew, Gabriel Casavant; along with numerous cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Lucien & Madeline Casavant; and an aunt, Lilyanne Kutt.

A Memorial Service will be held at a future date. Those arrangements will be announced once finalized.

Condolences to the family of Daniel Ryan Casavant

  • Warren Vincent Bost
    4 years ago

    I worked with Danny at ZF Transmissions Gray Court in the Rework department. So sorry for your loss, keeping his family and friends in my thoughts and prayers. May God grant you grace and strength during this time.

  • Calvin Johnson
    4 years ago

    I worked with him at ZF ,I’m sorry for your lost ,he will be missed . Praying for your family.

  • Scott Bigelow
    4 years ago

    I was very sad upon receiving the news of his passing. I haven’t seen him since he was a small child. Condolences to his wonderful family

  • Russell Morton
    4 years ago

    My condolences to the family. 🙏🏽Danny & I were coworkers @ ZF & will be missed.

  • Travis Speaks
    4 years ago

    My condolences to the family of the late Daniel Casavant. Danny and I worked together at ZF transmissions.

    To his parents, Job well done! Danny was a great guy. While working with him, he always stayed to himself and I’ve never heard him speak negatively about anyone or anything.

  • Eric Bohnenberger
    4 years ago

    My condolences to Danny’s family. I worked with Danny at ZF. He was a really good guy. I pray that the Lord can bring comfort and peace to the family through these difficult times.

  • Sam Raines
    4 years ago

    I worked with Danny at ZF. He loved to laugh and cut up with us but took what he did seriously and I had alot of respect for him in this environment for that. My family and I are all praying for the family in these difficult times for them.

  • Leatha LeBlond Warenda
    4 years ago

    Such incredibly sad news. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who loved him, especially his parents and family. May the lord provide comfort in this time of great sorrow. Sending my love from New Hampshire.

  • Chris Edwards
    4 years ago

    Danny was one of a kind and is missed already

  • Tim James
    4 years ago

    Danny was loved by so many people. Everyone loved having him as a friend because he was kind, generous, funny, fun, and trustworthy. Just a one of a kind, great person. I know he’s in a better place and I pray God be with his family and friends in this time. He will always be loved and never be forgotten.

  • Susan Johnson
    4 years ago

    To my cousin Laura and her husband, Mike, I send many prayers at the loss of your youngest son, Danny. There aren’t any words to lessen this tragedy, but there are many prayers of love towards you for healing and comfort. I am in grief for all you in this terrible loss.

  • Steven Spano
    4 years ago

    Laura and Mike, words cannot express enough about the heartbreaking loss of Danny. My family and I pray for you both, including Michael, Derek, Aunt Marilyn, Uncle Bob and Joe. Please accept our condolences and God bless the rest of our family in this time of grief and loss.

    • hey Steve ,

      thank you , it was a shock to me and the family ..he is going to be missed never thought he would do such a thing . hope you and your family are doing well…..


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