Erik J. Kassig

Indianapolis, Indiana

1954 - 2018 (Age 63)


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Erik J. KassigIndianapolis - 63, Erik passed from life on this earth on January 2, 2018. Born to Ed and Elizabeth Kassig on January 30, 1954, he was a life long resident of Indianapolis. A graduate of Purdue University, he held Bachelor's and Master's degrees in engineering. Erik combined a true...

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The Miguel at time of rescue

Erik is dearly missed and fondly remembered by all his friends and all the little doggies at Chihuahua Rescue Indiana Inc.
"Uncle Erik" was generous with his time and donations to the rescue, making sure the pets got special treats, and plenty of blankies that he would buy up at the CVS when they came up for grabs. Erik , had some very special chihuahua friends, Charlie Bear, Jake and Jackson and THE Miguel. He formed some wonderful friendships with the members of Chihuahua...

I worked with Erik for several years, including having the honor of being his supervisor. He was one of the most honest and concentious employees. I heard many stories about Spike. I'm sure they're playing together in heaven. I am so sorry for his early passing.

Erik and Dave Ferguson are probably having a good conversation about racing.

May God's Peace rest upon Ed, Paula, Julia and the rest of the family. May you be surrounded with friends and family on the passing of Erik. May you feel gratified in what you had done to help these last months. To us, it has been more than months. Your sorrow has been felt. God Bless, and Peace,

Erik and my husband, David Ferguson, raced and worked on their Sports Car Club of America cars together for decades! My husband died November 2016. Erik gave me a nice racing picture of the 2 of them. Sad news. Your family has been through so much. I will keep you in my prayers. Beverly Ferguson

Sorry to hear of Erik's passing, I would like to offer my sincere condolences to his family. Jeremiah 29:11 assures us God is thinking thoughts of peace towards us, to give us a future and a hope. In the days to come may you find comfort in that hope.