Thomas J.-Casey-Obituary

Cpt. Thomas J. Casey




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Continue resting in peace my good friend. You are missed.

To the family and friends of Cpt. Thomas J. Casey:
It has truly been my honor to sign Thomas' guest book these past few years. Unfortunately, due to complications from my Multiple Sclerosis, it has become increasingly difficult for me to continue after this message. Please forgive me and know that Thomas will always be remembered in my home.
With love and respect ~ Peggy

Thank you Captain Thomas Casey for your sacrifice.

To the family and friends of Cpt. Thomas J. Casey:
Always remembering Thomas. "Some gave all."

Dear Leslie and family,
I dont know if you remember me because we met only once when I was younger at the house in aluquerque. My name is Annie Casey. I am Thomas's cousin. I just wanted to let you know that I still remember you and think of you often.

To the family and friends of Cpt. Thomas J. Casey:
Please accept my remembrance of Thomas on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.
Peggy Childers

To Tom's Family:

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Tom's passing only a few days ago. I served with Tom at DLI in 1997-1998 and had since lost touch with him (and the rest of the DLI bunch) over the years.
I managed to reconnect with another mutual DLI friend just this week who told me about Tom's passing in Jan 2008.
I just wanted to you to know that he was one of the best men I've ever known - one hell of a soldier and an even better human being.

I was...

To the family and friends of Cpt. Thomas J. Casey:
Remembering Thomas on the anniversary of his passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten!
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"

Dear Leslie, Joseph and Michael:

I am deeply saddened by the passing of Tom. He was an extraordinary man.
In 2000, I attended officer candidate school (OCS) with Tom at Ft. Benning, GA. I was a relatively new guy to the Army when I met Tom. I came to OCS fresh out of college and basic training, and to describe me as “anxious” would have been an understatement. During these times, Tom became not only my friend, but a great mentor. To ease the tension, Tom was always willing...