Robert B. Casey

Durango, Colorado

1933 - 2019 (Age 86)


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Robert B. Casey, Bob to all his friends, went to meet his maker on February 2, 2019, something he had been curious about for some time. Born February 1, 1933, Dad was a kind, gracious and generous gentleman. He is survived by Joan, the love of his life and his wife of 66 years; their three...

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My sincere condolences to your family for the loss of your love one.May the God of comfort be with you during this sad occasion and may his loving words at John 6:40 console your heart.

I was part of the "high school group", and Bob and Joan and me and my husband have been friends for all these words. My caring and
love I give to Joan and all the family. These were hard times!

Evelyn Meyer Goltz

My deepest condolences for this great loss. May God bless your family in this difficult time. The last time I saw your mom and dad was a visit to Arizona years back. They took the time to give me a tour and spent time visiting. My memories are for long ago at family reunions and holidays. God bless ❤

Words cannot express the respect that I have for Mr. Casey. The friendship that he has shown throughout his life for my family holds a special place in my heart. When my Dad (Walter Moll, CPD) passed in 2003 from then on he always spoke to me as a daughter always giving the best advise.
Mrs. Casey, Karen, Jim and Family may you find comfort during this time.

Forever in Our Hearts.

Linda Moll

Karen, we are so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Frank said anytime he met him on the job, he was such a gentleman. Keeping you and your family in our prayers.

Frank and Rita Thornton

My dad is Walter P. Moll, he worked for Commander Casey in the 1st district and also lived nearby on Kolin Ave. My father said Mr. Casey always had a book in his hand and was one of the smartest person he met. I know heaven is a safe place. God be with you.

Joan , sorry for your loss . May he Rest In Peace . I never worked for Bob , but always heard good things about him . My Aunt Rita always spoke highly of you and Bob . Prayers for the Casey Family .

Jim Solava

To mrs Casey and family you have our deepest sympathy at the loss of commander Casey he was the best boss and friend I ever had on the c.p.d. He will be missed by all who knew him.may god bless him. Russell and carol RYAN.

Dear Joan and family, Dave and I were so sorry to hear about Bob. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers! Love and our deepest sympathies from Cindi and Dave Mankowski