I was so sorry to hear about Casey's passing. I worked with him at Center Target Sports. He was a fine young man and a trusted co-worker. My prayers are with all of his family during this time of sorrow.
Seeing this shocked me...Casey was one of my first friends when I was little. We lost contact, but it definitely seems he built himself to be a very well rounded young man. I’m so sorry for your loss, you have my deepest condolences. Rest In Peace, Casey.
I'm still in disbelief that Casey has passed. I've been going through pictures and remembering so many good times. I remember visiting Val and holding him for the first time at Condell Hospital and how exciting it was to have 2 new babies in the family.(Jocelyn was born just 12 days before.) A lot of my memories are of Casey and Jocelyn together as toddlers. I remember going to the park at grandma's apartments, Lehman Beach in Lake Villa and countless family gatherings. I can still hear the pitter patter of the kids' feet running around the kitchen table at Aunt Gail's. I can even still hear what it sounded like when he called me, "Aunt Bernadette" and for some reason I still play the tape of him saying "Aunt Grace" as well. We were always such a close knit family and I have all these little snippets of random memories that stick in my mind. I've been thinking about all the time I spent out at the farmhouse visiting the Cox family and babysitting for Casey throughout the years. I even remember his Noah's Ark themed room when he was a baby. I remember family road trips and especially our trip to Boca Grande Florida. We all shared a huge vacation rental and went to the beach every day. Casey was climbing the big banyan trees and we were all taking pictures and hunting for sea shells. He was always so inquisitive, energetic, and full of life. He was also so sweet and polite and had such great manners for a little kid. As he got older I think of him being so kind and caring, playing and looking after the younger cousins. He always showed so much love for his family. Casey and I also happened to be frequent "models" for Aunt Mickey, Bob, and the camera club and I'm thankful to have so many of those memories captured. I could ramble on and on about all of my memories but it's hard to write through the tears. My heart literally aches for the entire Cox family. I'm praying for you all and have asked others to pray as well. What does bring me comfort is knowing Casey is in heaven with our Creator and that one day we will meet again. Casey is so loved by so many, will be so greatly missed, and always remembered for the special imprint he left on so many lives in the short time he spent with us. I love you Casey James. Until I see you again, Rest in Peace.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know there are no words. My prayers are with you.
My heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Casey. Please know that Jehovah God and his son Jesus Christ is aware of your pain and they care for you. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) . I pray that you are able to find comfort in God's promise of paradise where there will be no more pain and sorrow (Revelation 21:4,5) and the many wonderful memories of your loved one becoming a reality in the future resurrection in paradise. (Acts 24:15). Please accept my sincere condolences.
Grace and family,
We are thinking of you in this very difficult time and send you our heartfelt thoughts and prayers. I remember hearing so much about Casey in college and how much you cared for him. I am heartbroken for you and your sister. Casey was such a wonderful young man. We hope and wish you find the strength to make it through the pain.
Tea and Jay Gennaro
My deepest condolences on your loss. Casey was loved, my thoughts, hugs, and prayers
Michelle, Bob and I send our our condolences
To you and your family on the death of your grandson. Our hearts go out to you.
Linda and Bob Kruzic
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