Pauline (Bell) Casey, born on the 19th of May, 1930 in Smyrna, Arkansas to Sebastian and Elsie Mae (Pack) Bell. At the age of 18, she married James Cleve Casey, a marriage lasting 65 years and 11 months. She was a beacon of love, creativity, and undying faith. She dedicated her life to serving others and the Lord, evident in her tireless work as a Church Custodian, Sunday School teacher, and choir member. Pauline embodied the true essence of Scripture, living out the verse, "And whatever you do, in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him." (Colossians 3:17).\n\nPauline's spirit was as vibrant as the gardens she tenderly nurtured, and her warmth was as inviting as the meals she lovingly prepared. Her creativity shone through her quilts, each stitch a testament to her dedication and love for her family. Music was a language she spoke fluently, her voice and guitar often filling their home with favorite tunes and joy. Her courage was displayed in her determination to continue growing, as seen when she obtained her GED at the extraordinary age of 65. Above all, what mattered most to Pauline was her relationship with Jesus and the love she shared with her family.\n\nPauline is survived by her children Janet (Randy) Richardson, Paul (Virginia) Casey, and Dan (Debbie) Casey; grandchildren Nathan (Melissa) Richardson, Rebecca (Ryan) Walls, Laura Richardson, Chris (Jennifer) Casey, Jason (Kori) Casey, and Rachel (Tyler) Faulk; her siblings Clendon Bell, Joyce (Lyle) Aday, Johnny (Joyce) Bell, and ParaLee Freeman; a nephew-in-law, Ed Tanneyhill; and many other great & great-great grandchildren.\n\nShe was preceded in death by her parents, her beloved husband James Cleve Casey, her daughter Judy Anderson, siblings Purna Bell, Cleatis (Fern) Bell, Cleveland (Irene) Bell, Pearl (Jack) Gregory, Patsy (Dean) Housley, Donnie (Shirley) Bell, Clinton Bell, and Mary Bell; a sister-in-law, Pauline Bell; a brother-in-law, Leon Freeman; and a niece, Jo Ann Tanneyhill.\n\nPauline's graveside service will be held on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023, at 2:00 pm at Harrison Cemetery in Ben Hur, Arkansas, under the direction of Humphrey Funeral Service with Rev. Ira Taylor officiating. We invite all who knew Pauline to join us in celebrating her life.\n\nMemorial donations may be made to the Children's Ministry of First Baptist Church, 144 East Main Street, Goodman, Missouri, 64843.\n\nWe encourage those who knew Pauline to share their memories, stories, and photos on her memorial page at www.humphreyfuneral.com. Your expressions of love and support will serve as a comforting reminder of the beautiful life she lived and the countless lives she touched.