ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Casey Cossitt 25 years old, born on June 4, 1985 and passed away on March 9, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Jordan Dawson on April 6, 2011
Casey was a great man who will not be forgotten, ever. Definatley one of a kind, was a great friend to me personally, we had fun times that i wont ever forget. One day we will meet again, ight bub.
Posted by dawn bolinger on April 4, 2011
Casey Cossitt was a very hardworking and generous man. He was a wonderful daddy,lover,son,brother and friend. He loved his family and was so excited to start one. Me and Dawsey will always remember him thru memories and will always love him forever!!
Posted by Danielle Rodgers on April 4, 2011
i remember when i first seen casey in wedgewood he was only 4 feet tall and was off the hook, but never had a problem making friends or being a true one rip casey forever in our thoughts memories and heart
Posted by Michelle Dennis on April 4, 2011
You will always be remmbered casey you was a good hearted friend i can member back in 3,4,5 etc grade you were a very out going person these last couple years we haven't keep in touch an it sucks but you will always be here with your daughter an dawn
Posted by Melissa Williams on April 4, 2011
"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure". We will always remember you and love you Casey Cossitt!!!
Posted by Matt Brooks on April 4, 2011
Casey was a friendship I held very valuable in my life. I have many great memories that I will never forget. Casey could create any catch phrase and make everyone say it daily. I wish one day i will have a shoe collection like Casey. Miss you buddy
Posted by Seerina Cruz Orem on April 4, 2011
"Never say goodbye because saying goodbye means going away, and going away means forgetting" We will never forget you Casey! Forever in our hearts and memories we will carry you!

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Posted by Jordan Dawson on April 6, 2011
Casey was a great man who will not be forgotten, ever. Definatley one of a kind, was a great friend to me personally, we had fun times that i wont ever forget. One day we will meet again, ight bub.
Posted by dawn bolinger on April 4, 2011
Casey Cossitt was a very hardworking and generous man. He was a wonderful daddy,lover,son,brother and friend. He loved his family and was so excited to start one. Me and Dawsey will always remember him thru memories and will always love him forever!!
Posted by Danielle Rodgers on April 4, 2011
i remember when i first seen casey in wedgewood he was only 4 feet tall and was off the hook, but never had a problem making friends or being a true one rip casey forever in our thoughts memories and heart
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Shared by Seerina Cruz Orem on April 4, 2011

Casey was the most unselfish person I knew. He was there for anyone who needed him. He never let Dawn or Dawsey go without! He was the life of any party and always made sure that everyone was having a great time. His smile lit up any room and Dawsey has the same smile! He loved kids, especially those of his friends and would play with them and bought them presents for birthdays and christmas. One of the best memories I have of him was when we went to Coco Key water resort the weekend before this happened. I took Dawsey to play so him and Dawn could have a few minutes to themselves and when they came back Dawseys face lit up and she was smiling, laughing and kicking her little legs to go to her daddy. She did this many times when I was at their house too. He loved his baby girl so much and she adored him. Casey was a great father and his memory will live on through Dawsey. RIP friend you will forever be missed!

Shared by Bobby Gibson on April 4, 2011

Theres a memory of Casey Cossitt that will stick in my head FOREVER.  We were all at Avahs birthday party and we were talkin about how my son would not listen to me at all.  He told me "dont woop them they will just get use to that, but put him infront of a desk, write some math problems down on a piece of paper not just easy math but some hard ones the kind we couldnt figure out, dont let him move until he does them, and he will learn a lesson about disrespecting you and get smart at the same time, because thats the one thing kids hate most and that's SCHOOL"  Casey man thank you for that tip i will definetly teach him a lesson if he asks me when he gets older who did i here that from i will tell him a good friend of mine named CASEY COSSITT 

Bobby Gibson