So sorry to hear of your father's passing. Praying for peace and comfort as you remember the fond days of childhood.
Janet (Rupp) Jenkins
Our sincere condolences are with you all at this sad time. Many fond memories of Casey as a veteran, teacher, husband and father will always bring joy to our hearts. Our prayers are with you.
Glen, Cecelia, Angela and Sheila
Extremely sorry for your loss....I have a lot of good memories of Uncle Casey
Dear Aunt Marie, Mark, Cecily and families,
We shall remember our times with Uncle Casey very fondly.
Our love, prayers and deepest sympathy to you all.
Dear Marie, Mark, Cecily and Families,
We are keeping Casie and all of you in our Thoughts, Prayers, and especially Our Hearts during this difficult time.
He kept a close watch over our neighborhood to keep us safe.
We will miss our chats with him when we were out walking.
He was so proud of his family, country, and his time spent in the military and his teaching career.
God Bless Him, and All of You.
To the family of Mr. Tomczak
He was my homeroom teacher at Wilson Jr High from 1970 thru 1972. The status in high school was mostly determined by who is your homeroom teacher. Mr Tomczak was cool, smart and we had a Mr. Wizard as our homeroom teacher how cool was that in those days. He was tough and fair. He demanded the best out of his homeroom. If you were not known first thing asked of you was who is your homeroom teacher. I am so sorry not to have communicated with Mr Tomczak as an adult. He was a scientist who acknowledged the facts. Facts of what we as human beings are made of and our potential no matter where we came from. I shed tears for him not for his soul but for my personal loss and the lesson learned from Mr. Tomczak. Everybody is important and everybody matters.
I extend my deepest sympathy to the Tomczak family. As a beginning teacher I taught at Wilson Jr. Hi. Mr. Tomczak offered me support and advice. May God comfort you.