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LOUIS BERTIE CASEY (5) is son of James Alfred Casey and Annette (Tucker) Casey. Louis was born on February 23, 1883 in Arkansas. On October 8, 1910, Louis Casey married Florence Larue Shelton in Cecil, Arkansas. Florence was born on August 8, 1886 in Franklin County, Arkansas and is the daughter of William Martin Shelton and Martha Adeline (Shelton) Shelton. William and Martha Shelton were first cousins. For additional information on the ancestry of Florence (Shelton) Casey, see the sketch, Shelton, Wininger and Pace Families. From 1910 to 1913, Louis and Florence Casey farmed near Webb City, Arkansas. From 1913 to 1916, Louis Casey and his family lived on a farm one quarter mile south and one mile east of the Kanima School in Haskell County, Oklahoma. In 1916, Louis and his family moved back to Webb City, Arkansas.
On January 24, 1916, Louis joined the Arkansas National Guard and was assigned to Company K of the Second Infantry. He went to Fort Logan H. Roots to prepare for duty with the United States Border Patrol between Mexico and the United States. Louis was discharged on July 22, 1916 by reason of being physically disqualified when his unit was mustered for active service. In 1917, Louis and his family moved back to Haskell County, Oklahoma and farmed for two years near Saylor Bottom and for one year near Keota, Oklahoma. In 1920, Louis and his family moved to Fort Smith, Arkansas. In 1926, he moved back near Stigler, Oklahoma and purchased a farm and planted a twenty-five acre apple orchard which provided a major part of the family income. Louis and Florence Casey were the parents of six children:
William Claud Casey (5.1), b. January 6, 1912, Cecil, Arkansas
Alvin Harold Casey (6), b. March 9, 1915, Stigler, Oklahoma
Louis Bert Casey (5.3), b. June 5, 1917, Keota, Oklahoma
Frances Casey (5.4), b. December 21, 1919, Kanima, Oklahoma
James Alfred Casey (5.5), b. February 4, 1922, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Howard Wayne Casey (5.6), b. September 3, 1927, Stigler, Oklahoma
In July of 1942, Louis Casey moved to Turlock, California where other Casey relatives lived. He worked there as a meat packer until he retired in 1951. In 1946, Louis and Florence Casey were divorced. Louis continued to live in Turlock until 1961 when he began living with his children. Louis was living with his son, James Casey, in Chula Vista, California at the time of his death. Louis Casey died on December 17, 1965 in Chula Vista, California and was buried in the Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond, Oklahoma. In 1948, Florence Casey moved to Edmond, Oklahoma where she remained until her death. Florence (Shelton) Casey died on March 4, 1970 and was buried in the Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond, Oklahoma.
References: 1) Marriage License, L. B. Casey and Florence Shelton, 1910; 2) Harold Casey
WILLIAM CLAUD CASEY (5.1) is the son of Louis Bertie Casey and Florence Larue (Shelton) Casey. Bill was born on January 6, 1912 in the home of his grandfather, William Martin Shelton, near Cecil in Franklin County, Arkansas. In 1931, Bill graduated from Keota High School. In 1934, he enlisted in the United States Army and served for twenty-three years. On April 28, 1942, Bill Casey married Ethel Irene Meadows. Irene was born on September 20, 1920 and is the daughter of Edward William Meadows and Ethel Lena (Beal) Meadows. For many years, Irene has been an artist as a painter and sculptress. In 1942, Bill was commissioned a Second Lieutenant. Throughout his career, Bill has been primarily involved in the procurement, allotment and distribution of supplies, funds and personnel. Bill and Irene Casey are the parents of one daughter:
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Paula Kathryn Casey (5.1.1), b. January 8, 1947, Chickasha, Oklahoma
Bill and Irene have lived in many places in the United States and overseas. In the United States, Bill was stationed in Oklahoma, Texas, California, Virginia, Minnesota, Hawaii and Washington, District of Columbia. While overseas, he was stationed at Guadalcanal, Saipan, Tinian, Guam, Japan and Korea. Upon retirement in 1957, Bill had attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. After he retired, Bill and his family moved to Edmond, Oklahoma. Bill Casey died on April 11, 1989 in Edmond, Oklahoma. As of 1992, Irene (Meadows) Casey was living in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Reference: 1) William Claud Casey
PAULA KATHRYN CASEY (5.1.1) is the daughter of William Claud Casey and Irene (Meadows) Casey. Paula was born on January 8, 1947 in Chickasha, Oklahoma. She attended grade schools in Fort Ord, California and Edmond, Oklahoma. Paula received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Central State University, located in Edmond, Oklahoma and was a member of the Alpha Chi honor society. She is also a graduate of the Oklahoma University, College of Allied Health Professions. Paula has been employed as a clinical laboratory scientist at the Oklahoma Childrens Memorial Hospital in Oklahoma City since 1970 and is an adjunct faculty member of the Oklahoma University College of Health. She is a member of the American Society of Medical Technologists, the Southwest Association of Toxicologists and the American Orchid Society.
Paula collects antiques, stamps, books, sea shells and is interested in classical music, science fiction, old movies and indoor plants. She belongs to several animal and environmental protection societies, Star Trek, Dr. Who and U Clubs.
Reference: 1) Paula Kathryn Casey
LOUIS BERT CASEY (5.3) is the son of Louis Bertie Casey and Florence Larue (Shelton) Casey. Louis was born on June 5, 1917 on a farm about four miles north of Keota, Oklahoma. The farm on which the family was living at that time was within a mile or two of the Arkansas River and in an area called Saylor Bottom. It is now covered by water, which occurred when the Kerr-McGee navigation system was constructed. In 1934, Louis graduated from the high school in Keota, Oklahoma. He then helped his father with farming until 1936 when he joined the Civilian Conservation Corps and was sent to a camp near San Ysidro, New Mexico. Louis spent six months in New Mexico doing useless labor for which he was paid twenty-five dollars a month, twenty dollars of which were sent to his parents to help meet the expenses of their family.
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Louis returned home in the fall of 1936, shortly after his brother Harold had returned home from three years of Army service. Since neither of them could find employment, they played for country dances to earn a few dollars. Louis had learned to play the violin from a teacher whom his father hired to teach Louis and Harold had learned to play the guitar in the Army. In the spring of 1937, Louis father and Harold started a small store and service station business in Verdigree, Oklahoma where Louis assisted Harold. In the fall of that year, the business was sold and both Louis and Harold enrolled at Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Oklahoma State University). They earned most of their college expenses by playing in a small musical group called The Rangers. In June of 1941, Louis received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Science and a teaching certificate for secondary education.
Immediately following graduation, Louis went to Englewood, California to work for North American Aviation as as assembler for B-25 bombers. In September, 1942, he entered the Naval Advanced Aviation Mechanics School in Chicago, where upon completion of the course, he was made an instructor in aircraft engine mechanics. Later in 1942, Louis enlisted in the Navy as a second class petty officer and continued as an instructor in aircraft mechanics until January, 1945. In 1943, Louis Casey married Marie B. Holloway. In January, 1945, he was sent to California to prepare for duty in the Pacific Theater. After the atomic bombing of Japan in 1945, Louis was discharged from the Navy in San Diego, California but worked for the Navy on the North Island Naval Base as an aircraft engine mechanic. In 1947, Louis moved to Spokane, Washington and attended Gonzaga University for a year, after which he taught school in Clarkston, Washington for seven years and then taught school in Modesto, California for two years.
Between 1957 and 1958, Louis studied at Oklahoma State University and earned a Master of Science degree with a major in physics. In 1958, he returned to California and taught physics at Miramonte High School in Orinda for six years. In 1962, Louis and Marie Casey were divorced. On August 28, 1962, Louis Casey married Olive Irene Durham, also a teacher at Miramonte High School. In June of 1964, Louis and Olive moved to Las Vegas, Nevada where Louis continued teaching until his retirement in 1981. For the past sixteen years, Louis has been a member of The John Birch Society and served as a Chapter Leader for several years. Louis B. Casey died on February 23, 2003 in Las Vegas, Nevada and was buried in the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery. As of 2003, Olive (Durham) Casey resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
References: 1) Louis Bert Casey; 2) Memorial Card, Louis B. Casey, February, 2003
FRANCES CASEY (5.4) is the daughter of Louis Bertie Casey and Florence Larue (Shelton) Casey. Frances was born on December 21, 1919 near Kanima in Haskell County, Oklahoma. Frances grew up near Kanima and graduated from Keota High School in 1938. In 1942, she attended Oklahoma State University for one semester and then moved to Oklahoma City and began her Civil Service career at Will Rogers Army Air Base in January of 1943. In April of 1946, Frances transferred to Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D. C. Later that year, she transferred to Japan. In May of 1949, she returned to Oklahoma City and later that year went to work at Tinker Air Force Base. In December of 1950, Frances transferred to Germany. She loved to travel. While working in Germany she made trips to Italy (two weeks), France (twice), including Paris, Nice, Monte Carlo, Holland (twice), Switzerland, Algiers, Bou Saada near the Sahara Desert, London, Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, etc. Frances stated I might add that every single trip, whether one day, a week or more, in both Japan and Europe was interesting, exciting and most rewarding. This has been true of all my vacations. I have never experienced a dull trip.
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She returned to Oklahoma City in August of 1953 and was re-employed at Tinker Air Force Base. Frances bought a home in Edmond, Oklahoma and commuted to Tinker Air Force Base. Frances never married. Her last position at Tinker Air Force Base was Management Assistant. She was a patron of the Oklahoma City Symphony and the Lyric Theater. Frances Casey died on July 27, 1982 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and was buried in the Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Reference: 1) Frances Casey
JAMES ALFRED CASEY (5.5) is the son of Louis Bertie Casey and Florence Larue (Shelton) Casey. James was born on February 4, 1922 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. In 1940, James graduated from Keota High School and from May of 1941 to November of 1945, he served in the United States Air Force. During this time he was stationed in Texas, California, Utah and the Aleutian Islands off of Alaska. After he was discharged, James returned to Hanford, California and married Juanita Spanke on January 1, 1946. In 1946, they lived in Fresno, California where James worked for Pacific Airmotive Corporation. James attended the 3-C College in Fresno, California for six months studying accounting and then attended DeForrest Technical Institute where he graduated, specializing in Electronics and Television. James and Juanita Casey moved back to Hanford, California in 1947 where he worked in television repair and operated his own store. James and Juanita Casey are the parents of two sons:
Stephen James Casey (5.5.1), b. August 20, 1948, Hanford, California
David Alan Casey (5.5.2), b. March 3, 1953, Hanford, California
In 1955, James went to work for Lockheed Corporation in Van Nuys, California. In 1956, James and Juanita Casey moved to Bakersfield, California where James became a commercial paint contractor. In 1964, they moved to Chula Vista, California where James continued to work as a commercial paint contractor. Juanita worked for twenty-seven years for the State of California (Department of Motor Vehicles) and retired on August 11, 1976. As of 1992, James and Juanita Casey were living in Chula Vista, California.
Reference: 1) James Alfred Casey
STEPHEN JAMES CASEY (5.5.1) is the son of James Alfred Casey and Juanita (Spanke) Casey. Stephen was born on August 20, 1948 in Hanford, California. In 1956, Stephen moved with his parents to Bakersfield, California and in 1964, his family moved to Chula Vista. In 1968, Stephen received an Associate Arts degree from Southwestern College in Chula Vista, California. In 1972, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from San Diego State University located in San Diego, California.
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In June of 1973, Stephen went to work for Lockheed California Company located in Burbank, California. In 1975, Stephen was promoted to a supervisor manager in Test Equipment Engineering. In 1984, Stephen was promoted to Group Engineer of the automation technology section of manufacturing research department of Lockheed. In 1984, Stephen received a Masters in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. Stephen is a member of the National Management Association and made the 1978 - 1983 editions of Whos Who in the West.
On May 26, 1985, Stephen Casey married Maureen Patricia Kearney. Maureen was born on October 17, 1951 in Scranton, Pennsylvania and is the daughter of Mark John Kearney and Catherine Marie (Gallagher) Kearney. Maureen has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kutztown State University, Kutztown, Pennsylvania. She also has a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University, Malibu, California. Maureen works for Lockheed California Company (Burbank) as an industrial illustration coordinator. As of 1987, Stephen is employed by Lockheed. As of 1987, Stephen and Maureen Casey live in Burbank, California.
Reference: 1) Stephen James Casey
DAVID ALAN CASEY (5.5.2) is the son of James Alfred Casey and Juanita (Spanke) Casey. David was born on March 3, 1953 in Hanford, California. In 1971, he graduated from Hilltop High School in Chula Vista, California. In 1972, he graduated from South Bay Trade School, specializing in Welding and Shipfitting. David worked for one year at National Steel and Shipbuilding in National City, California. On July 8, 1972, David Casey married Diane Susan Bergevin. In 1973, David and Diane started their own business in wholesale jewelry and later opened a store in Spring Valley, California. In 1978, David built his own home, a split-level house, where he and Diane operated their wholesale jewelry and mailorder business. David and Diane Casey are the parents of three children:
Jennifer Ann Casey, b. December 26, 1977, California
Beth Diane Casey, b. February 16, 1980, California
Sean David Casey, b. October 20, 1982, California
In 1985, David received an Associate of Arts degree from Grossmont Community College in El Cajon, California. David is presently attending Western State University at San Diego pursuing a Juris Doctorate Degree. Diane is attending Grossmont Community College. She is currently employed as a clerk in the purchasing department of the San Diego Community College District. As of 1987, David and Diane Casey live in El Cajon, California.
Reference: 1) David Alan Casey
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HOWARD WAYNE CASEY (5.6) is the son of Louis Bertie Casey and Florence Larue (Shelton) Casey. Howard was born on September 3, 1927 near Stigler, Oklahoma. Howard graduated from Keota High School in 1946. After graduation from high school, Howard served in the Army for two years and was stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma and Fairbanks, Alaska. In 1948, Howard attended Central State University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1952. On August 1, 1949, Howard Casey married Leola Crisler (born January 22, 1930). While attending college, Howard was a part-time mail carrier and upon graduation, he continued to work for the Edmond Post Office. In 1972, he became Postmaster of the Edmond Post Office in Edmond, Oklahoma. Howard and Leola Casey are the parents of two daughters:
Carla Kathleen Casey (5.6.1), b. February 1, 1951, Edmond, Oklahoma
Carol Janette Casey (5.6.2), b. January 26, 1953, Edmond, Oklahoma
Howard Casey died on May 27, 1980 and was buried in the Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond, Oklahoma. As of 1992, Leola (Crisler) Casey was living in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Reference: 1) Harold Casey
CARLA KATHLEEN CASEY (5.6.1) is the daughter of Howard Wayne Casey and Leola (Crisler) Casey. Carla was born on February 1, 1951 in Edmond, Oklahoma. She graduated from Edmond High School in 1969. Carla has attended Central State University, Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma State University. In 1979, Carla was received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in the School of Nursing. Carla is now employed by Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is living in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Reference: 1) Harold Casey
CAROL JANETTE CASEY (5.6.2) is the daughter of Howard Wayne Casey and Leola (Crisler) Casey. Carol was born on January 26, 1953 in Edmond, Oklahoma. She graduated from Edmond High School in 1971. Carol received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and became a registered pharmacist in 1977. Carol Casey works as a registered pharmacist and is living in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Reference: 1) Harold Casey
ALVIN HAROLD CASEY (6) is the son of Louis Bertie Casey and Florence Larue (Shelton) Casey. Harold was born on March 9, 1915 on a farm about six miles east of Stigler in Haskell County, Oklahoma. In 1931 (at the age of sixteen), Harold graduated from Keota High School and was the valedictorian of his class. When he graduated from high school, the nation was in its most serious economic depression. Hired farm labor was being paid fifty cents per day, but jobs were almost impossible to find. The first two years after high school were spent working on his fathers farm which had a twenty-five acre apple orchard. From 1933 to 1936, Harold served in the army and was assigned to the 18th Field Artillery in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. In September of 1937, Harold and his brother, Louis, enrolled at Oklahoma State University. While attending college, Harold and Louis played in western band which called themselves The Rangers. As a student at Oklahoma State University, Harold was a member of Blue Key, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Vice-President of the Collegiate Chapter of the Future Farmers of America and was a proctor and the president of Aggie Halls. In May of 1941, Harold received a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Education. Upon graduation, Harold became an agriculture instructor at Helena, Oklahoma. On December 31, 1941, Harold Casey married Ethel Bernice Brooks in Elk City, Oklahoma. Bernice was born on May 1, 1919 near Elk City, Oklahoma and is the daughter of Robert Wesley Brooks and Julia Ann (Bryan) Brooks. Harold and Bernice had met as students at Oklahoma State University during Harolds senior year. Bernice received her degree in Home Economics in 1942 from Oklahoma State University. For additional information on the ancestry of Bernice (Brooks) Casey, see the the section: Brooks, Bryan and Olliff families. From April of 1943 to February of 1946, Harold served in the navy attaining the rank of Senior Lieutenant. During his naval career, he was stationed with the Fifth Fleet in Hawaii, Saipan, Phillipines and Japan.
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After the war, Harold and Bernice Casey moved to Guthrie, Oklahoma where Harold was employed as an Extension Agent of 4-H Programs. After six weeks, he was promoted to County Agriculture Agent. In 1955, Harold completed his requirements for a Master of Science degree from Oklahoma State University. While living in Guthrie, Harold served as president of the Guthrie Lions Club, as cabinet secretary to the District Lions Club Director, president of the Oklahoma Association of Fairs and as a scoutmaster in Boy Scouts. He was the recipient of several awards including the KVOO Greener Pastures contest, Tennessee Valley Authority Fertilizer Demonstration contest, Oklahoma Fertilizer Dealers Association Award, the Oklahoma Farmer-Stockman Neighborhood Progress contest, Oklahoma Seedsmen Award and the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Achievement award.
In July of 1957, Harold was promoted to a District Extension Director and moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma for his new position. In July of 1961, Harold received a Doctorate of Education (EdD) from Oklahoma State University with majors in Administration in Higher Education and Personnel Supervision. In September of 1968, Harold was promoted to Director of Personnel for the Oklahoma State University Extension Service and remained in that position until he retired in July of 1976. From July of 1976 to July of 1977, Harold was an Associate Professor in the Department of Agriculture Education at Oklahoma State University. During this year, he co-authored the four hour correspondence course, Education to Feed a Hungry World. He also wrote a three hour graduate credit course on Extension Program Planning.
Harold was president of the Oklahoma State University chapter of Epsilon Phi in 1968 and received their State Staff Superior Service Award in 1972. In 1973, he received the National Epsilon Sigma Phi Certificate of Recognition. Harold served on a National Extension Task Force to develop guidelines for the State Extension Services to use in developing performance appraisal instruments for their employees. Harold developed the first written performance appraisal instrument and salary administration plan for the Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service. He was a frequent speaker of state and regional meetings for professional extension employees. Harold and Bernice Casey are the parents of three children:
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Patrick Jon Casey (6.1), b. July 5, 1943, Elk City, Oklahoma
David Myron Casey (6.2), b. September 13, 1947, Guthrie, Oklahoma
Robert Brooks Casey (7), b. May 25, 1951, Guthrie, Oklahoma
Harold Casey, Bernice (Brooks) Casey and their son, Robert, have been active genealogists for many years. Harold and Robert published Casey Family History in 1980 and Shelton, Wininger and Pace Families in 1988. Bernice and Robert published Brooks Family History in 1982 and published Olliff Family History in 1992. Harold Casey died on January 8, 1991 in Stillwater, Oklahoma and Bernice (Brooks) Casey died on March 9, 2002 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Both were buried in the Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond, Oklahoma
References: 1) Alvin Harold Casey; 2) Bernice (Brooks) Casey
PATRICK JON CASEY (6.1) is the son of Harold Casey and Bernice (Brooks) Casey. Pat was born on July 5, 1943 in Elk City, Oklahoma. At the time of his birth, Bernice was living with her parents and Harold was in the navy stationed at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida. After Harold left the service in 1946, Pat lived with his parents in Guthrie, Oklahoma until 1957 when they moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma. Pat graduated from Stillwater High School in 1961 and attended Oklahoma State University for two years. Pat then attended the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. On February 24, 1967, Pat Casey married Ellen Kay Webster in Norman, Oklahoma. Ellen was born on April 5, 1946 in Enid, Oklahoma and is the daughter of Glynn William Webster and Daphine (Wright) Webster. In August of 1967, Pat received a Bachelor of Business Administration. Upon graduation, Pat was employed by Campbell Soup Company and lived in Paris, Texas from August of 1967 to May of 1972. Pats last position at Campbells was Manager of Employee Relations.
From 1972 to 1974, Pat attended Oklahoma City University School of Law. In August of 1974, he obtained a Juris Doctorate and was named Graduate of the Year by his legal fraternity, Phi Delta Phi. Upon graduation, Pat remained in Oklahoma City and was employed by the law firm Felix, Bowman, McIntyre and McDivitt. Pat became a partner in the law firm in May of 1977. As of 1987, the firms name is McDivitt and Casey. For the past forty-five years, the law firm has specialized in business and tax planning for clients involved in real estate (development, construction, rehabilation, sales, syndications and investments) throughout the United States and actively represents clients in over twenty states.
Pat is a National Director (1980 - 1990) and builder member of the National Association of Home Builders; member (1978 - 1987) and past Chairman (1982 - 1983) of the Taxation Committee; member of the 1986 National Council of the Multifamily Housing Industry Working Group on Tax Reform; and member of the 1986 - 1987 Tax Force on Builder Liability. He is a member of the National Commercial Builders Council: Board of Trustees (1986 - 1989); Vice Chairman, Professional Advisory Board (1986 - 1988); Chairman, Legal Committiee (1983 - 1987); Chairman, Contract Documents Development Task Force (1986 - 1987); and received the IPD Commercial Builder Designation in 1986. Pat is the legal counsel and resides on the Executive Committee of Oklahoma State Home Builder Association and Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association (1978 - 1987).
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Pat has participated as a speaker or instructor in over 180 speeches and seminars in twenty states throughout the United States for various groups, including continuing education seminars for attorneys, accountants, realtors, and brokers. He has had over 100 tax and real estate articles published. He is admitted to practice before various Courts, including the United States Supreme Court and the United States Tax Court. Pat has been included in Whos Who in American Law, Whos Who in Real Estate and the Bar Register. He is a Fellow Oklahoma Bar Foundation. Pat and Ellen Casey are the parents of two daughters:
Kimberly Kaye Casey, b. July 7, 1968, Paris, Texas
Julia Ann Casey, b. January 23, 1977, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
In July of 1979, Pat and Ellen Casey moved to Norman, Oklahoma. In 1992, Pat and Ellen Casey were divorced. On September 19, 1992, Pat Casey married Robi Sue Whitnah in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma greatly affected this Casey family. Pats law firm was located less than one block directly in front of the bomb blast. Pat and one of his employees were very fortunate to have only minor injuries. Other employees (including our brother, David Casey), were not present at the time of the bombing. The two story building was condemned and has since been removed. Kimberly Casey graduated from Norman High School in 1986 and recently graduated from Oklahoma State University. She was a Presidents Leadership Council Scholar and was a Kappa Alpha Theta. On May 30, 1992, Kimberly Casey married William Scott Bill Nixon in Norman, Oklahoma. Bill was born on February 5, 1967 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania and is the son of Donald R. Nixon and Frances M. (Strecker) Nixon. Bill and Kimberly Nixon have three sons: - William James Nixon, b. July 17, 1998, Pennsylvania, - Johnathan Robert Nixon, b. October 3, 1999, Pennsylvania, - Justin Harold Nixon, b. January 17, 2001, Pennsylvania. As of 2002, Bill and Kimberly Nixon were living in Pennsylvania. Julia Casey married Daniel Horus Kelly and they have one son: - Avery Firinn (no middle name and last name different from parents), b. July 11, 2002, Berkeley, California.
Reference: 1) Patrick Jon Casey
DAVID MYRON CASEY (6.2) is the son of Harold Casey and Bernice (Brooks) Casey. David was born on September 13, 1947 in Guthrie, Oklahoma. David moved with his parents to Stillwater, Oklahoma in June of 1957. He graduated from Stillwater High School in 1965 and enrolled at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. In 1971, David received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Marketing. From 1971 to 1974, David Casey lived in Denver, Colorado and was employed in retail management. From 1974 to 1976, David lived in Edmond, Oklahoma and managed a small grocery business. On June 26, 1976, David Casey married Susan Elaine Garrett in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Susan was born on December 30, 1948 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is the daughter of Clint George Garrett, Jr. and Majorie Jane (Pulver) Garrett of Poteau, Oklahoma. Susans grandmother, Mildred (Thomas) Pulver is a first cousin of Ronald Reagan, former president of the United States of America. Susans great grandmother, Mary Agnes (Reagan) Thomas is President Reagans paternal aunt. Susan is a graduate of Carl Albert Junior College and attended Oklahoma State University. David and Susan Casey are the parents of three daughters:
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Allison Brooke Casey, b. June 7, 1980, Ardmore, Oklahoma
Jennifer Bryan Casey (twin), b. June 28, 1983, Ponca City, Oklahoma
Jill Garrett Casey (twin), b. June 28, 1983, Ponca City, Oklahoma
From 1976 to 1979, David and Susan Casey lived in Oklahoma City. David attended the Oklahoma City University School of Law and Susan worked for Dresser Industries. In 1979, David obtained a Juris Doctorate. After graduation, David and Susan moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. In 1980, David became a staff attorney for Legal Aid of Western Oklahoma in Ardmore, Oklahoma. In 1982, David became a partner in the law firm Casey and Casey in Ponca City, Oklahoma (Davids partner was no kin to David). In 1984, David became Corporate Staff Attorney with Frontier Federal Savings and Loan Association in Ponca City, Oklahoma (assets over $800,000,000). In 1986, David joined his brothers (Pat) law firm, Casey and McDivitt. In 1987, David became the staff attorney for Interstate Savings and Loan Company of El Reno, Oklahoma. In 1988, David and his family moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma where David owned a private law practice. In June of 1990, David joined Stillwater National Bank as a trust officer. As of 1992, David and his family live in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Reference: 1) David Myron Casey
ROBERT BROOKS CASEY (7) is the son of Harold Casey and Bernice (Brooks) Casey. Robert was born on May 25, 1951 in Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma. He lived with his parents in Guthrie, Oklahoma until June of 1957. At that time, Robert moved with his parents to Stillwater, Oklahoma. Robert attended grade school, junior high school and high school in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He graduated from Stillwater High School in May of 1969 and enrolled in the School of Engineering at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. On May 22, 1971, Robert Brooks Casey married Debra Lee Mashburn in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Robert received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in May of 1973 and then moved to Berkeley, California where he enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley. In June of 1974, Robert received a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and moved to Austin, Texas where Robert was employed by International Business Machines. On May 27, 1977, Robert and Debbie Casey were divorced. From March of 1976 to September of 1979, Robert Casey lived north of Austin near Pflugerville, Texas. In September of 1979, Robert moved back into Austin. From July of 1974 to October of 1981, Robert was involved in the design and development of IBM word processing systems. He has participated in the design of the Office System 6, the 5520 Administrative System and the Displaywriter.
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In October of 1981, Robert moved to Carrollton, Texas and to Dallas, Texas in June of 1984, where he supported the marketing of large IBM data processing systems. On March 2, 1985, Robert Casey married Diane Marie Thede in Dallas, Texas. Diane was born on August 7, 1957 in Battle Creek, Michigan and is the daughter of Kenneth Alfred Thede and Eleanor June (Santelman) Thede. In October of 1989, Robert and Diane Casey moved to Austin, Texas where they currently reside. Robert and Diane Casey are the parents of two sons:
Jordan Brooks Casey, b. May 20, 1987, Dallas, Texas
Bryan William Casey, b. May 26, 1989, Dallas, Texas
Diane received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Christian University in 1980 and worked seven years in the advertising business. Dianes last position was an account executive for the Anderson and Fischel advertising agency. Since the birth of their son, Jordan, Diane has stayed at home to raise their sons. Robert is an active genealogist and is the co-author of this book. Robert and his father, Harold Casey, also compiled the book, Casey Family History which was published in 1980 and Shelton, Wininger and Pace Families in 1988. Robert and his mother, Bernice (Brooks) Casey, published Brooks Family History in 1982 and published Olliff Family History in 1992. As of 2002, Robert and Diane Casey were living in Austin, Texas.
Reference: 1) Robert Brooks Casey