The best all around person, Doctor, family member hands down! You'll be missed buddy.
Each night we shed a silent tear,
As we speak to you in prayer.
To let you know we love you,
And just how much we care.
Take our million teardrops,
Wrap them up in love,
Then ask the wind to carry them,
To you in heaven above.
I was so sorry to read that Dr.Caskey had passed away. He was my doctor for many years. He had a great bedside manner and was always so willing to listen to you. He once told me how his mother was studied Home Economics and how she would make all these great pies, especially the lemon meringue. then he said he couldn't believe that we all ate like that! I alwasy remember the sign he had taped to his door that you coudn't help but read when you walked out. it was something to the fact that what you do today could impact your health, particularly increasing your chances of diabetes. He was so very right. Look at the shape the country is in today with diabetes on the rise. What a coincidence that he died at his alma mater, Jefferson.
I am so sad to hear of Dr. Caskey's passing. I was looking him up and found his obituary which has brought tears to my eyes. All these many years since I was his patient, I remember him as the best doctor in every way and I will forever be grateful to him for his superb care. He was my first endocrinologist and I learned so much from him about how to take care of my diabetes and also he gave me excellent career advice back when I was in high school. I will never forget him. I credit him for getting me through college alive (!) and unharmed - in the days before we had personal blood glucose meters!! He was a true doctor, the kind that cares about the patient as a person and is also their friend. He was important to my family as he treated not only me but also 2 brothers and father. I was blessed for having been in his care.
with my sincere sympathy,
Judy (DeLucia) Segers
Dr. Caskey was by far the BEST doctor I have ever been fortunate enough to be seen by. He was brilliant. He was kind. Please know that he was appreciated by many in Lancaster. He talked about his family and it was clear how much he loved them.
Dr. Caskey was an amazing provider and a pleasure to work with. He was full of knowledge and he has a great sense of humor. He will be deeply missed. I will miss his Halloween HAT and ties!
Bill was my friend for 60 years. A great person. My heartfelt sympathies to the family. I know you wil miss him so much.
Dr. Caskey played a pivital role in my family's health for well over 40 years. He was like a family friend to my dad, mom, aunt and myself. Even after not seeing Dr. Caskey for 20 years I can still recall his sound medical advice. He was a constant professional who kept up to date with new trends and concepts in medicine. Not only has your family lost a stellar individual, his patients and the medical field has lost one of the great ones. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very sad and difficult time.
Dr. Bill Caskey was certainly a wonderful man. A very good doctor. A loving husband to his wife Mary Lou. A loving father to his sons Brian and Kevin. A loving grandfather to his grandchildren Paige and Seth. And a very good friend and family member to all.
Dr. Bill Caskey will be greatly missed.
David Leon (Burlington, VT)
June 3, 2013
Our prayers and thoughts are with you during your time of grief. Dr. Caskey will be missed at EHR. Merrilee Clark RN AH MCS
Dr. Caskey was my primary for over 20 years. I was saddened when he left NJ and even sadder to learn of his passing. My sincere condolesces to his family. May he rest in peace.
June 3, 2013
I was so sorry to hear of Dr. Caskey's passing. He became my primary physician in 1975 and I never felt like I was in more capable hands, he was such a dedicated man. Condolences to his family.
I am deeply saddened to hear of Dr Caskey's passing. As my physician since 1989, he earned my utmost respect and trust. I always left his office knowing that I was in the best of care. His warmth and humor could lighten the heaviest load. My condolences to his family and friends.
Dr. Caskey was a wonderful man and a great Dr. I remember seeing him and his sons Brian and Kevin at Sears garden shop on Stockton St in Trenton and stopping to talk to me. I always had such respect for him. When my Mom dies suddenly in Sept. 2005, he took the time to personally send me a sympathy card. We had such great discussions after my appt. he will always be in my thoughts---such a great person!
Dr. Caskey made it possible for us to live a good and healthy life and we will
never forget him or his many kindnesses.
Mary, Ed and I are still tottering along, and along with all the other hurts that age inflicts is a terrible one....to lose a friend.I still remember Ed shamelessly consulting your husband about a health problem at a dinner Luna offered us all at the Nassau Club and me enjoying your intelligent reaction to the situation. But then you always reacted with courage and brains to everything. Do you still have your mink coat? Take comfort in Dr. Caskey's great career and fine life. We extend deepest sympathy to you and your family and I send a special hug to you.
I am so sorry to hear that Dr.Caskey has passed away. He took care of my whole family at one time or another. He was a great doctor for sure but he was a great and generous man too. He will be missed by many and my heart goes out to you, his family, in your time of grief and loss. You are all in my prayers.
I remember Dr. Caskey fondly, as my physician and as a fellow provider and mentor. My deepest sympathy to his family during this time. He was a very warm, friendly man who truly cared for all. He will be greatly missed and always remembered.
It is uplifting to see the many people whose lives were touched by my Uncle Bill. I have great memories of spending time in their houses and with my cousins while growing up.
Dr. Caskey was my physician for 35 of my 40 years with diabetes. I am a healthy well adjusted person with Type. 1 Diabetes because I was fortunate enough to come under his care shortly after my diagnosis at 18. While I wasn't able to follow him to Lancaster, he has been sorely missed. His knowledge, caring and concern remain unmatched. Thank you Mrs.Caskey for so generously sharing him with his patients for so many years. Thank you for coming to my weddingand my 50 th birthday party. It meant a lot to have you b oth there. My deepest sympathy to you and your family
Dr. Caskey was the best doctor I have ever had. Always took time to talk to you about any subject. I was very sorry when he left Hamilton. My most sincere sympathy to the family.
Joan A. Tiger
Dr. Caskey was the finest physician I ever met. He took care of my daughter Wendy and me for many years and when he retired we were devastated. He was always there when you needed him with a smile and a kind word. He will be sadly missed by all. To the Caskey family please accept my sincerest condolences and know I will always remember him fondly.
To the family and friends of Dr Caskey, my deepsest sympathies in your loss. May you find joy in the memories of him and may God's promise at John11:25& Isaiah33:24 bring you some comfort
To the Caskey family: Dr. Caskey was a decent, caring, skilled man of immense character. It was always a pleasure to visit his office, without regard to the circumstance. (I always made sure I returned the WSJ to the waiting room!) For Mrs. Caskey: Though our conversations in Lawrenceville many years ago may have been brief, they were both memorable and enjoyable. Sincere condolences to your family in your time of sorrow.
Dr. Caskey was my physician for many years. He was the best doctor and confidant. He will be very sadly missed. My deepest sympathy to his family.
Dr. Caskey always took good care of my fmaily, and my father (Aaron Brock) always appreciated the Doc's sense of humor. Condolences to the family; you lost a good man and I know you will miss him very much.
My family and I extend our deepest sympathies to Mrs. Caskey and her entire family. Bill was a colleague of mine for many years, having worked out of St. Francis together, and then in the area of private practice. He was an excellent physician, and a true gentleman. He will be remembered in the highest regard.
my deepest Sympathy to you and your family