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johnathan brouwer

He was my friend and a vital part of developing the Packard Area Planning Alliance...we shared the same restorative philosophies for seeing the greatness of our neighborhoods...

I will miss him.

Johnathan Brouwer, Past President
Historic Oakdale Neighborhood Association

Peter Bolakowski

Casey would spend an hour on the phone listening to your problems and trying to resolve them. He was there to help. I will miss him being here on this Earth.

Susan Mol

Casey was a very special leader for the older neighborhoods in SW Fort Wayne. Always patient, always kind. He set an example for all of us. He will be missed.

Susan Mol
Foster Park Neighborhood

Abby

Oh no! I worked with Casey back in the day. He was a tenacious problem solver and very canny but fair in his business dealings. I'm very sorry to hear of his passing.

Carolyn DeVoe

Casey was a great leader, wonderful friend, and inspiration. He is greatly missed in the SouthWest Quadrant. His vision, willingness to assist, good advice and common sense are irreplaceable. What a privilege it has been to work with him.

Steve "Tiny" Michaels

I was saddened to hear of Casey's passing. I had the pleasure of working with Casey as he was part of our engineering staff at Federated Media. Casey was the guy that could fix anything--electrical, mechanical, structural, you name it, Casey had a solution for your problem. It was only after he left our organization that I became aware of the other side of Casey--a tireless leader, promoter, defender and champion of his neighborhod, his area, and his community.

My thoughts are with his family. He will be missed.

Steve "Tiny" Michaels
Tiny Tunes DJs and 92.3 The Fort

Jeffrey Delong

As a punk kid back in 1986 Casey took care of myself and my two younger brother while my parent went away due to a surgery that my dad had to have. We spent two weeks with Casey. At the time it sucked. Casey ran his house in a certain way. I disliked him "at the time". Now I am a Soldier in the United States Army with three kids of my own. I often think back to the lessons I learned from him. I was very recently that I hear about Casey passing. I was very sad to hear that he died. I never had the chance to thank him. I will never forget him.

LT Jeffrey Delong
3-187 Infantry, 101st Airborne

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