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March 29, 2014
Mr. Caswell generously gave of himself to help many others.
His leadership, knowledge, and
compassion will be greatly missed. My condolences to the
family.
S.Blair
Former Cook School Staff
March 29, 2014
Mr. Caswell was a very special school principal.I remember each year at Cook Elementary he threw a community Halloween party. He took the time to hand deliver math flash card to my house. He knew each child's name. Never was there like him and never will there be another after him. Bless you Mr. Caswell.
March 29, 2014
COOK COUGARS FOR LIFE!
March 29, 2014
Mr. Caswell
Thank you, thank you, thank you, No other like you. We already missed you! Your everyday presence in our life in elementary was fulfilling. Your presence in our school system was rewarding. You will forever be respected. Our presidents, Gettysburg address, Halloween parade, 6th graders Longfellow parade, field day, safety patrol, announcements, procedure of hanging the flag, the junior optimist, Friday dances, skating parties, uniform days, that station wagon, dare education, conflict mediation, storytelling,assemblies, the fireman, police, the astronaut anything that I missed can truly be added...we love you Mr. C. I am who I am because of you! Thank you! I will go forward and I will make you proud!
March 29, 2014
My sincere condolences to the family of Dave Caswell. He was a champion for children and families in the Flint community, and our gardens were kept "green"
throughout summer droughts with his generous donations of water and containers from the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint. May the Lord continue to bless and keep you in his loving care.

Former colleague
Flint Community Schools
March 29, 2014
Mr. Caswell, you are a beautiful example of what life is about, giving to others without expecting something in return. I knew David from working in the Community. He was at City Council Meetings, School Board Meetings, the Citizens Nuisance Task Force. He was often the Time Keeper at Candidate Forums. I would see him on a riding mower, mowing traffic triangles. He painted graffiti. It is people like Mr. Caswell, who will always remain an example of a selfless person, in my heart. Thank you Mr. Caswell for all you did for others in your life.
March 29, 2014
Mr. Caselol was a great guy he was my principal for so many yrs he was the reasoning knew all my president's I also use to see him cleaning the neighborhood my condolences go out to his entire family my God bless u guys and give strength in the time of need
March 29, 2014
Deepest sympathy to the family of David Caswell. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. Thank you David for all of your untold support
to so many organizations in Flint.
March 29, 2014
You will be missed.
March 29, 2014
My sincere condolences to the family of Mr. C. He would have loved all these posts from former students. He was a Champion for children and a watchdog for every Flint School Board meeting or City Council meeting. How these meetings would effect the quality of life for the families he cared for? We sat on many committees together trying to be the change that was needed. We put on work gloves and did clean ups at schools and communities. Always the teacher he taught me how to be active in our community. He viewed the whole city as his community and would help in all areas. He was my captain and I am deeply saddened that I no longer can ask his advice on politics from an email instant message. Not only does my heart hurt from his leaving but the community has lost a great champion. Rest in Peace Captain the lessons you taught will always be remembered. You dropped the stone in the pond that will ripple into waves of positive change.

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