Let the memory of Kenneth be with us forever.
  • Passed away on August 3, 2019 .
This memorial website was created in loving memory of Kenneth Casey. Ken was many things to many people, and in addition to being a wonderful husband he will be remembered by others as a devoted friend, "life coach", mentor and supporter of his family. We will remember him forever. Please take a moment to share a story or photo of Ken, or leave a tribute.

The memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, September 7, 2019 in Chicago, IL.  The venue is the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront hotel, located at 71 East Wacker Drive, Chicago IL 60601.  The memorial service will be held in the Penthouse Ballroom on the 39th floor
Please note the following:
Arrival time: 10:00a - 11:00a
Service starts: 11:00a
Service ends: 1:00p
Parking at the Wyndham Grand is $32 per day and $67 overnight.  Please plan accordingly.
Posted by Andrea Feely on August 5, 2019
I will forever remember Ken as my fun loving, always joking brother in law-especially the times he drove Nadene crazy with his silliness :)
I live in Edmonton, Canada and Ken would always ask me how life was in the frozen tundras of the north. This always made me smile each time he said it-(although I would always pretend to be offended) because indeed we do have some frozen tundra days.
Ken I miss you, I miss your mischievous smile, and your mischievous ways. Judge Judy will never be the same for me! Rest in peace my dear brother-in-law.
…. "A sleep I shall have,
A rest I shall have,
Yet death will be but a pause.
For the peace of my years
In the long green grass
Will be yours and yours and yours..."
Posted by Cynthia Bolton-Smith on August 6, 2019
My condolences goes out to Mrs. Casey and Ken’s family! He was loved by many and truly will be missed! He has definitely left him imprint in my life! We worked on many projects together over the past 12 years! He was one of the best Architects I know! I will miss working with him and hearing his words of encouragement! RIH my friend Kenneth Casey!
Posted by Avis Williams on August 6, 2019
Cousin Kenny was a kind and fun-loving spirit. He blessed my life in many ways. He was one that I could talk to and he didn't mind sharing his wise counsel. He supported and encouraged my decision to answer the Call to active Gospel Ministry. Cuz encouraged my decision to enroll in and complete Emory's Doctor of Ministry Program, at an "older" age. Cousin Kenny supported our biennial neighborhood Community Reunion in Covington, GA, hundreds of miles away from his beloved Chicago.  He sent me a donation each time we had a Reunion, starting in 2011.  His generosity covered the cost of attendance for families that couldn't afford it.
Cuz visited me in Georgia and I visited he and Nadene in Chicago.  We also loved to talk about and play golf, lots of golf!
Our time on this earth is given by The Lord. Cousin Kenny was a gift to all of us. Thank you Cuz for the good times! Thanks for helping me know how to live and enjoy the now! I thank God for the wonderful Blessing of my cousin, Kenny Casey! I love you and will miss you Cuz!
Posted by N Chambers on August 5, 2019
Ken will always be in our hearts and minds. He was caring and generous. His friends, family and colleagues are deeply touched by his passing. We all loved him and take comfort knowing that he is resting in peace.

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