OBITUARY - REV. ALFRED A. C. CASEY
Born on May 27, 1922, Rev. CASEY was a retired Presbyterian minister. Rev. CASEY died October 24, 2007. His body was
Survivors include his wife Lorabel CASEY; son L. Michael CASEY; daughters Althea MADIGAN, Karen McCAUSLAND,
and Colleen ARNDTS; and three grandchildren.
Services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 3, 2007, Diagonal Cemetery, Diagonal, Iowa.
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Rev. Alfred Cecil CASEY, 85, of Sharon Hill, formerly of the Folsom section of Ridley Township, died Oct. 24 at Thomas
Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He was a former pastor of Folsom Presbyterian Church.
Born May 27, 1922
in Augusta, Texas., he graduated from Denison Texas High School and attended Austin College in Sherman, Texas. before
graduating from Western Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh in 1951.
Rev. CASEY was ordained a Presbyterian minister in
1951 in Paris Presbytery of Texas. He worked in the Pennsylvania State Office of Employment Security for 12 years and
retired as pastor of Folsom Presbyterian Church in 1975. Rev. CASEY served as a camp director for eight years at Redstone
Presbyterian Camp in Jennerstown, Pa. and at a Presbyterian camp in Grand Rivers, Ky. He was a former pastor at Holden
Presbyterian Church in Holden, Mo., the Presbyterian Church in Lyons, Kan. and the Presbyterian Church in Osawatomie, Kan.
Rev. CASEY was involved with Presbytery of Philadelphia, Ridley Park Presbyterian Church Choir, American Harp Society of
Philadelphia and the American Legion, having served in the Air Force during World War II.
He was the son of the late
Alfred Cecil "Mike" CASEY, Sr. (1892-1984) and Bess Valentine (McCLUNEY) CASEY (1892-1977), and was the brother of the
late Frances RADFORD. Survivors: Wife of 60 years,
Lorabel (McLAUGHLIN) (1929-2008); son, Lewis Michael CASEY of St. Paul, Minn.; daughters, Althea B. MADIGAN of Vernon,
McCAUSLAND of Ft. Loudon, Pa., Claudia Colleen ARNDTS of Sharon Hill; sisters, Mary E. COX of Fort Worth, Texas., Nancy
R. LANDER of Lake Jackson, Texas., Jeanne WYNN of Yulee, Fla.; three grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Service: 1 p.m.
Saturday, Ridley Park Presbyterian Church, Ridley and Swarthmore avenues, Ridley Park. Burial: Private, Diagonal Cemetery,
Diagonal, Iowa. Contributions:
Ridley Park Presbyterian Church, Ridley and Swarthmore Avenues, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania 19078. Arrangements: James F.
Knoetgen Funeral Home, Morton.
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