With great sadness, we say goodbye to our dad, Michael Stephen Case, at the age of 75. His passing was unexpected but peaceful, surrounded by family.

Michael was born 7 minutes ahead of his twin, Vincent, in Klamath Falls, Oregon. He is predeceased by father Bill, mother Rita and brother Vince, whom he missed dearly.

Family was everything to dad. Mourning his loss are his children, Vince (Jennifer), Melissa (Kelly) and Shelley (Pierre); his siblings Theresa (John), Jack (Mary), and Glo (Gene); his grandchildren Tiernan, Sarah and Keaton; his nieces and nephews Stephen, David, John, Jen, Sarah, Mikey, Chris, Genie, Rita, Bruce and Brian; and his sweetie, Lynn. Being a descendant of the Clarkson clan, he has countless aunts, uncles and cousins he adored.

To know him was to laugh. Michael was loved by everyone he met and always had a story to share. If you have tales of Michael, or any of his shenanigans, please come share them with us at his Celebration of Life at 2pm, Saturday, March 25, 2023 in the Sequoia Centre at McCall Gardens, 4665 Falaise Dr, Victoria, BC.

In lieu of flowers, please donate in his memory, to the Victoria Hospitals Foundation at https://www.victoriahf.ca/donate/ The funds go toward vital lifesaving equipment for the Cardiac Care Unit and the ICU, where they expertly and compassionately cared for dad, and his family, in his last days.

For those unable to attend in person, you are invited to attend virtually via zoom, by clicking the following link.


Condolences may be offered to the family below. To view service click on arrow:

McCall Gardens

  • Karen Hill

    All my love and prayers to the Case family xo I am so sad Mike is gone but hold happiness in my heart for his reunion with Vince and Auntie Rita. I will never forget his ‘cat that ate the canary’ faces or that wonderful, infectious laugh. So very, very blessed to have had him in my life and I will miss him, always xo

  • W. Charles Morgan

    So sad to hear about Michael’s passing.

  • Dave & Linda Webster

    We fondly remember such fun times with Mike & Carol and the ‘cousins’! The Teasdale/Webster/Case family get-togethers at birthdays and Christmas were delightful. Whether at Fork Lake, St. Ann Street, Caton Place or anywhere, Mike was always front and center teasing and joking and making it fun for everyone. Thank you Mike, for being YOU, for being a joyful part of our lives. Our love to nephew Vince/Jen and family; niece Melissa/Kelly & Keaton; niece Shelley/Pierre; and your extended Case/Clarkson families as well.

  • Lynn B Klein

    Michael was the brother of my good friend and paramedic colleague Vinny Case. I knew mike well and we had some great fun together. Mike lived life like Vince FULL THROTTLE. A life well lived and after all LIFE IS ALL ABOUT LIVING

    Lynn B Klein

  • Cousin Peggy Clarkson

    My dear, and funny, fun cousin….being younger, and ‘little Peggy’, after my Mom, whom Mike adored, I can see and feel that twinkle in his eye.

    Blessings and deep condolences to his children, grandchildren and loved ones.

    To leave a legacy of joy, very inspiring.

    See you all soon!

  • patrick brown

    Sad to hear of your passing Mike. You will be missed and remembered. Condolances to the family. Pat Brown

  • Jacqueline and John Ellis

    So very sorry to hear of Mike’s sudden passing. I remember his laughter and his lightheartedness. Sending condolences to Lynn and to all the family. Another absolute gem gone far to soon.

  • Marilyn M. Clarkson

    My heart goes out to all the family at the sudden loss of Michael Case. He will be dearly missed; however, Mike is with his twin brother, Vince, now and the two of them are having a wonderful reunion with all the old Uncles, Aunts and many friends that have been waiting for him.

    Mike’s laugh was always contagious and I treasure the times he called or dropped-by to see Uncle John, especially during his time in Sooke. He always found a way to see the bright side of life and bring cheer with his visit.

    Condolences, blessings and love,

    Aunt Marilyn

  • Ann Annison

    I am so sad to hear of Micheals passing. He will be missed., always very personable and smiling. My condolences to his family May he fly his wings and be free, my warmest best wishes to his family.Ann.

  • Cathy Lavoie

    It is hard to believe that he’s gone. He was a part of some of my happiest childhood memories — my cooler, older cousin — and the life of every party. I feel blessed to have had him in my life. To all of the family: sending you love and deepest sympathy, and sharing your grief.

  • Bruce Weicker

    Condolances to Lynn and all the family. I am happy to hear that his shennanigans continued after high school. Mike always had something to say to bring life to a group. Until we all meet again.

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