Robert Patrick Casey

February 20, 1967June 29, 2019

Robert P. Casey died on Saturday, June 29, 2019 at his residence. He was fifty-two years of age. Born in Philadelphia, he was the beloved son Edwin D. and Josephine A. Giaccio Casey of Southampton. Robert was a lifelong resident of the city. Mr. Casey was a retired employee of the Internal Revenue Service in Philadelphia. Robert was a graduate of Archbishop Ryan High School and Temple University. He was known for being a generous and humorous soul. Robert is also survived by his sister Patricia Kishel (Larry) of Langhorne, his niece Shelby and his nephew Daniel.

His services and interment will be private.


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Hilary Czaplicki

July 5, 2019

Bob was my first childhood friend. We met in 1972 when we were 5, went to BVM together, and shared many days in the neighborhood and at Bustleton Swim Club. As we got older, we still maintained our friendship. Bob was also in my wedding; I'll always cherish my wedding video with him leading the gang in a rendition of "Every time we say goodbye" a la The Simpsons. Thanks for the laughter! Rest in Peace my friend.
My deepest condolences to Mr. And Mrs. Casey, Trish, and all family and friends.

Brian Casey

July 5, 2019

Bob was the closest cousin in age to me and I'll never forget our childhood summer vacations in Sea Isle with all our other cousins. Swimming in the ocean and then covering ourselves in sand... what were we thinking? And I remember the many years we spent Thanksgiving together, not only on Magee Ave as young children, but also as teens/young adults alternating between Uncle Ed/Aunt Josephine and Uncle Larry (Dad!) / Aunt Jackie (Mom!) in the 80's and early 90's.

I was so saddened to hear of his passing and Uncle Ed, Aunt Josephine, Trish, Larry, Shelby, and Daniel, you are all in my thoughts at this difficult time. While we may not see each other very often these days, I believe the greater Casey/Day/Shlegle/Merrick family has a strong bond and while I don't presume to speak for all the Aunts/Uncles/Cousins/etc, I hope you can find some small comfort in knowing that there is a wide family net that is thinking of you, mourning with you, and praying with you. I am so, so sorry.