OBITUARY

Edward "Ed" John Casey

December 16, 1948May 2, 2021

Edward "Ed" John Casey, 72, of Crestwood, KY passed away Sunday, May 2, 2021.

He was born to the late Edward Joseph and Ethel Brown Casey on December 16, 1948 in Philadelphia, PA.

Ed was a US Army veteran and worked as a Special Agent for the FBI. He was also a member at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in PeWee Valley, KY.

He is preceded in death by his daughter; Marie Casey.

Left to cherish the memory of Ed are his wife of 40 years, Beverly Casey, daughters, Jennifer Casey and Alicia Casey,

2 grandchildren, Shayla Casey and Norah Casey; 6 siblings, Marie Lynch (Gerald), Joan Shuler (David), Anne Knight, Barbara Ramsey (Michael), Joseph Casey (Carol) and Michael Casey (Diane), extended family and friends.

A Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, May 7, 2021 at Noon at St. Aloysius Catholic Church with visitation from 11am until the start of the service.

Memorial donations can be made to St. Aloysius Catholic Church on Ed's behalf.

Please leave your memories of Ed and your condolences for the family at www.heady-radcliffefuneralhome.com

Services

7 May

Visitation

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. Aloysius Catholic Church

212 Mt Mercy Dr
PeWee Valley, KY 40056

7 May

Funeral Mass

12:00 pm

St. Aloysius Catholic Church

212 Mt Mercy Dr
PeWee Valley, KY 40056

Memories

Edward "Ed" John Casey

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Gary Miller

May 6, 2021

Ed was a dedicated FBI Agent who was very talented at his job. He assisted me in several cases and was very professional and helpful. He was also a very funny guy who was great to be around. Ed was one of a kind and will be missed. Retired SA Gary Miller, Frankfort RA

Steve Barnett

May 6, 2021

Ed and I worked together in the FBI in the 1970s and 1980s, primarily in joint Federal/local task forces. Ed was well received by everyone he met; a kind, humble and generous soul. It is extremely sad to hear of his unexpected passing. May he Rest In Peace.

Michael Roney

May 6, 2021

Ed and I were in college together at St. Bernard .
Ed reached out to me about 8 years ago and we have been communicating every few months about his life and my life after college and I enjoyed those moments. He was a great guy and a good friend.

Tim Tracy

May 6, 2021

I first met Ed in 1979 when he arrived in Cincinnati. The letter C is not only for Ed’s last name of Casey but also for the word that may describe him best, Character. With his Irish wit and demeanor, you instantly became his friend. A man who could repair or build anything. Ed had a heart of gold and was devoted to his family. I will miss his smile, sense of humor, and most importantly, his friendship. We had a lot of fun and laughs. My sincere condolences to Bay and the Casey ladies. RIP, Ed!

Ron Norman

May 6, 2021

I knew Ed for thirty years, but heard stories about him for ten years before that. A big, booming greeting, strong handshake, and a big smile. If Ed told you something, he meant it and it was honest.
I loved the time Ed chopped a pay phone off the wall of a mafia social club and threw it on his supervisor’s desk.
Or the time he tried to get rid of squirrels with explosives.
Ed would help anybody at any time. He will be missed by many people.

Cindy (Kelly) Foster

May 6, 2021

I enjoyed working with Ed in the Louisville FBI Office for many years. He was such a character! Ed will never be forgotten!

Claire Harkins

May 5, 2021

Dear Bay I am so sorry to hear about Ed’s passing. He was a wonderful person. He was so kind and helpful to me and my boys when Frank died. I’ve never forgotten that support, nor will I forget the laughter from him, Frank, Tom and Buzz coming from my kitchen at 3:00 AM telling stories while they were waiting for a court to come through!
I will keep you and your family in my prayers 🙏🏻
Love Claire

Ed Boldt

May 5, 2021

I don't think I saw Ed after he left the Cincinnati FBI office, but after all that time I still remember Ed's laughter, and his willingness to help anyone who needed help, day or night. It's so wonderful to read from others that Ed never changed after all those years.

My deepest sympathy to Ed's passing and to his family.

Ed Boldt

Larry Thomas

May 5, 2021

I worked with Ed for nearly 20 years. He was a great friend, family man, and devoted Catholic. There wasn't anything he wouldn't do or try to do for his friends and for his work. Ed was a very talented and creative woodworker. He could design and build anything for his work and for his friends. Ed was a very comical guy who loved to laugh and make other people laugh. Ed met very few strangers. His Philly accent and his laugh were infectious. Ed would listen to me and offer advice. Most often he would say aww don't worry about it (in his colorful manner). It will all work out. He was right! He was my friend and I will miss him! R.I.P. Ed!

Michael McDevitt

May 5, 2021

Ed was a dear friend and colleague for over40 years. He was one of the most talented and get it done guys I ever met. Always upbeat and most definitely family oriented. So many memories and everyone makes me smile. I salute you Ed for your service as an Army Viet Nam vet and I salute you for your distinguished career with the FBI. and I salute you for your devotion to your family. Our family’s deepest condolences to Bay and the girls. Love- The McDevitts

FROM THE FAMILY