R.Casey Sullivan
1961 - 2020
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R. Casey Sullivan, 59, of Murrysville, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, at his home. He was born April 29, 1961, in Greensburg, son of the late W. Robert and Leona Sittman Sullivan. He was a Point Park/Pitt graduate with over 30 years of devoted service with Westinghouse as a manager/electrical engineer. Casey is survived by his wife, Lisa Pappalardo Sullivan; a daughter, Megan Sullivan; a son, Andrew Sullivan; two sisters, Holly Sullivan and Maureen (Bob) Krause; two nephews, Patrick (Amelia) Krause and Zachary Krause; and two great-nephews, Jackson and Tucker Krause. Funeral services for Casey will be private. www.hartfuneralhomeinc.com.

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Published in Greensburg Tribune Review on Sep. 20, 2020.
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September 24, 2020
My condolences to Casey's family. He was a such nice human being.

Bhupendra
Bhupendra
Coworker
September 22, 2020
My heart goes out to Casey’s family at this sad time. May you find some comfort in knowing that he was so well liked by his coworkers.

I sat on the same hall as Casey and we talked nearly every day as we would stop at each other’s office door when passing by. We would joke around about our workday. We’d talk about his yearly golf trip to The Villages. He was a good listener and could always make me laugh, especially if my day wasn’t going so well.

Maryann Heibel
Coworker

September 22, 2020
I miss Casey. We go back working together over 10 years at Westinghouse. We would frequently cross paths grabbing coffee in the kitchenette at work and exchange sarcastic comments about how great our work day was going. Many of us looked up to him and valued his professional opinions. I will remember him fondly.
Kenneth Blunt
Coworker
September 21, 2020
Casey was the first engineer that I performed engineering work with when I transferred to Westinghouse Headquarters in 2005. He was a good mentor and an excellent human being. May his memory be for a blessing.
Elnora Balser
Coworker
September 21, 2020
I worked with Casey at Westinghouse. He was truly a wonderful person..very caring and such a good sense of humor. That laugh...you all are in my prayers
Lesley Stubock
Coworker
September 21, 2020
I worked with Casey at Westinghouse. He was truly a wonderful person..very caring and such a good sense of humor. That laugh...
Lesley Stubock
Coworker
September 21, 2020
So sorry for your loss. I knew Casey from both college and Westinghouse. Lost a great guy. Condolences.
Robin Nydes
Friend
September 21, 2020
It was with great sadness that I learned of Casey's passing.

I am grateful for the memories of time spent with Casey and his
family while growing up. He was a good friend and they were
wonderful people.

May God provide comfort and peace to all of his family and friends
during this difficult time. You are all in our prayers.

Rest in peace my friend.

Jim Eicher
September 21, 2020
Casey was both a friend and coworker. I am sending sincere condolences to his family during this difficult time (and difficult year for our country).
Dan Cope
Coworker
September 20, 2020
So sorry to hear about Casey. We were the best of friends from Kindergarten till we both got our lifelong jobs. If it weren't for Casey I wouldn't have gone for the test for mine. I could write a book about the fun we had.
Kirk McGinnis
Kirk McGinnis
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