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“I'd like to send my condolences to the entire Casey family. I worked with Jed for a few years and knew him as a real gentleman. My thoughts are with...Read More »
1 of 45 | Posted by: Alan MacDonald - Brookline, MA

“I'm so saddened to hear of Jed's passing. He was so full of life; it's hard to believe. I worked with Jed for many years. We worked in a demanding...Read More »
2 of 45 | Posted by: Maureen Landers - Braintree, MA

“i am very sorry to hear of jed's passing..........i remember him as a classmate in the early years of school.... sending love and light to gail and...Read More »
3 of 45 | Posted by: cindy (tino) goldberg - easton, MA

“I was saddened to hear of Jed's passing. I worked with him for many years. He was a great man and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with...Read More »
4 of 45 | Posted by: Jayne Parker - Worcester, MA

“What sad news to hear about Jed's passing. Jed used our companies services for IT Business Consultants. He and I developed a business relationship...Read More »
5 of 45 | Posted by: Howard Karbel - watertown, MA

“Dear Casey Family:It is with a sad and heavy heart that I heard of Jed's passing. I always enjoyed running into him around town while doing errands...Read More »
6 of 45 | Posted by: Sue Smith - Easton, MA

“Jed was a great guy that I remember sharing lots of laughs with while working with him in Westborough.The entire Casey family will be in my thoughts...Read More »
7 of 45 | Posted by: Tammy Sena - Worcester, MA

“I'm very saddened to hear of Jed's passing, I worked with Jed for many years. Sending my thoughts and condolences to the Casey family. ”
8 of 45 | Posted by: Lorena Breault - Los Angeles, CA

“To Jed's family - I was shocked and saddened to hear the news about Jed. I have worked with Jed for most of his 35 years in Financial Services, as a...Read More »
9 of 45 | Posted by: Barbara Buchner - Hopkinton, MA

“Dear Jed and Family,Myself and Marissa are so sorry for your loss. God Bless you and your Family at this difficult time. ”
10 of 45 | Posted by: SueAnne Giel - Brockton, MA

“Jed was a good man, I had not seen him in many years but I will miss him. RIP ”
11 of 45 | Posted by: Ed Mc iver - Melbourne, FL

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12 of 45 | Posted by: Carl Damelio

“Such memories of my big friend from so long ago...the park, you & John room, volleyball, Cahoons, working for my dad and so much more... you'll be...Read More »
13 of 45 | Posted by: Karen Graham - Weymouth, MA

“I had the pleasure of meeting Jed as a co-worker in 1995, and we worked together until 2012. He was a big man with a bigger heart, and his...Read More »
14 of 45 | Posted by: Carl Damelii - Southborough, MA

“I am so sorry for your loss. Jed was a great person who really cared about others and made a difference in their lives. ”
15 of 45 | Posted by: Kim Croston - Coworker

“My condolences to the Casey family; I am very saddened to hear of Jed's passing. I worked with Jed for many years and truly enjoyed. I will surely...Read More »
16 of 45 | Posted by: Govind Dindore - Shrewsbury, MA

“I had the pleasure of meeting Jed at work in 1995 and we worked together until 2012. He was a big man with a bigger heart. His personality, sense of...Read More »
17 of 45 | Posted by: Carl Damelio - Southborough, MA

“It was a true pleasure to have known and worked with Jed for over 25 years. He was such a wonderful, caring and thoughtful person. Always easy to...Read More »
18 of 45 | Posted by: Cynder Mesrobian - Coworker

“Gail and your family,I was better known as Whitey. I recently found out that your family has close ties with my niece and her husband. It was through...Read More »
19 of 45 | Posted by: Robert West - Taunton, MA

“Gail and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers during this very difficult time. With sympathy, Kathy Kinahan ”
20 of 45 | Posted by: Kathleen Kinahan - Mansfield, MA

“For those of us who were fortunate enough to know Jed, we are all better off because of it. A truly great man who left an indelible mark on us all,...Read More »
21 of 45 | Posted by: Scott Tauson - Northbridge, MA

“So sorry for your loss. I worked for Jed at Mellon Mutual Funds during the late '80's and he was a great man. Intelligent, kind, great sense of humor...Read More »
22 of 45 | Posted by: Jessica Damon

“My condolences and thoughts and prayers are with the entire Casey family. I had the pleasure of knowing Jed and having the opportunity to play golf...Read More »
23 of 45 | Posted by: Mike McNeill - Cumberland, RI

“My deepest sentiments to the Casey Family. Jed was an example of good character and professionalism. Deborah Derbander ”
24 of 45 | Posted by: Deborah Derbander - Springfield, IL

“My condolences to the Casey family; I am very saddened to hear of Jed's passing. I worked with Jed for many years and truly enjoyed our friendship. ...Read More »
25 of 45 | Posted by: Richard Morgan - Wilmington, DE

“My deepest condolences to the entire Casey family. Jed was a colleague of many years who always had a kind word or a joke to share, and made the...Read More »
26 of 45 | Posted by: Brett Peruzzi - Framingham, MA

“So sorry to hear the news of Jed's passing. I worked with him for many years at BNY, he was always a kind man and a pleasure to work with. I remember...Read More »
27 of 45 | Posted by: Terri-lynn Hart - Bellingham, MA

“My sincere condolences to the Casey Family. Jed was truly one of a kind...a big man, with a big heart. I'll miss witnessing some of the craziest...Read More »
28 of 45 | Posted by: John Martin - Grafton, MA

“I am very sorry to hear about Jed's passing. I worked for him briefly. He always treated me well. He had a great sense of humor. Condolences to...Read More »
29 of 45 | Posted by: Craig Sonnenfeld - Boston, MA

“Jed Casey, the name alone brings a smile to your face. A warm, kind, intelligent man with a great sense of humor. Having worked with Jed over the...Read More »
30 of 45 | Posted by: Lea Carnes - Worcester, MA

“I had the honor to work around Jed during the 15 years I was at BNY Mellon. He was a stand up gentleman and will be sorely missed. Prayers to you...Read More »
31 of 45 | Posted by: Denise Rudolph - Millbury, MA

“To the Casey family I am so sorry for your loss. May the God of tender mercies be your sauce of strength during this very difficult time. ”
32 of 45 | Posted by: Shirley - Woodbridge, VA

“I was very fortunate to reconnect with Jed the summer of 2016 on the golf course with Bobby and Johnnie... We spent several rounds together this...Read More »
33 of 45 | Posted by: Bill Rollins - Blackstone, MA

“Jeddy you were a true original my friend. In the 20 or so years I've known you there wasn't a time I spent with you that wasn't filled with laughter...Read More »
34 of 45 | Posted by: Paul Cellucci - Milford, MA

“Mr Casey, the word that sums up how I feel most is sad..very very sad. Your spirit and great personality touched so many people and we will all...Read More »
35 of 45 | Posted by: Lori Fleming - RI - Friend

“I am so sorry to hear of Jed's passing. I worked with Jed many years ago, but he's the kind of person that sticks in your memory. He was a real...Read More »
36 of 45 | Posted by: Holly Campbell - Somerville, MA

“There are so many people we come across throughout our lives.. There are few who make a lasting impression. You my friend certainly did! Not only as...Read More »
37 of 45 | Posted by: Jennifer ODonnell - Westboro, MA

“Gail, Jed, Shannon and Shauna,We count ourselves lucky to have known Jed and all of you for so many years. He was one of the nicest guys around; in...Read More »
38 of 45 | Posted by: Dave and Cathy Redman - Bristol, NH

“I have fond memories from working with Jed on conversions and client implementations. Jed was always funny, and so easy to talk to and work with...Read More »
39 of 45 | Posted by: Barbara Anthony - West Chester, PA

“Jedrick my dear friend...I've known you since the late 90's working for the same firm while also becoming the best of friends. I will always cherish...Read More »
40 of 45 | Posted by: Tom Kelley - Franklin, MA

“Gail, Shauna, Shannon and Jed, I'm left stunned with an empty spot in my heart by the news of Jed's passing. We had so many good times and made such...Read More »
41 of 45 | Posted by: Mick Conti - Stoughton, MA

“Jed was a humble and approachable person. He was full of knowledge always eager to share what he knew. I miss stopping by his office to ask him a...Read More »
42 of 45 | Posted by: Nutan Chandra - Coworker

“Words cannot express my sadness upon hearing of your passing. Through the decades wherein we worked, laughed, and enjoyed our time outside the...Read More »
43 of 45 | Posted by: Edward Oelerich - Bradford, MA

“I only got to know Jed in the last couple of years thanks to Shannon falling in love with my brother. The few times I was with Jed, I knew he was a...Read More »
44 of 45 | Posted by: Terisa Ponte - Family Friend

“Like many I am in total shock! I worked for Jed for about 8 years- one of the best bosses I ever had. He had a great work ethic and great (and sick)...Read More »
45 of 45 | Posted by: Lisa Jaeggin - MD - Coworker

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EASTON——Jedrick R. Casey, 63, a lifelong resident of Easton, died unexpectedly on Monday, May 29, 2017 at his vacation home in Bristol, NH. He was the beloved husband of Gail M. (Hallett) Casey for 37 years.

Born in Brockton, a son of the late Walter B. and Gladys (Richard) Casey, he was raised in Easton and was a 1972 graduate of Oliver Ames High School. He continued his education at Southeastern Regional where he majored in computer science and earned a certificate.

Jedrick was employed as a Managing Director for ClientTechnology Solutions in the financial industry for 35 years.

He spent many years with his family at there vacation home in Bristol, NH., where they enjoyed hiking, fishing, boating, skiing and snowmobiling. An avid Boston sports fan, he golfed weekly.

He treasured the time spent with the daily companionship of his grandson Michael whom they did everything together.

He served as past president of the Park Scum with his his best friend John Norman.

In addition to his wife Gail, he is survived by three children, Jedrick J. Casey of Easton, Shauna H. Casey and her fiancé Major Lyle Milliman of New Windsor, NY., and Shannon E. Minghella and her husband Michael of Foxboro; his twin brother, John Casey and his wife Linda of Brockton; three grandchildren, Scarlett, Michael, and Benjamin; his niece and nephews, Stan Sampley, Susan Bickford, Troy Bickford, Daniel Bickford, Drew Bickford, David Casey, Patrick Casey, Christopher Casey and James Casey. He was also the brother of the late Walter Casey and Margaret Sampley.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. in Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 605 Washington Street (Rte.138) Easton. Interment will follow in the Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Easton. Visiting hours on Friday from 4-8 p.m. For directions or condolences visit