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James Patrick Casey

James Patrick Casey

, 74, passed away on November 7, 2020. Jim and his wife Renee came to Chandler in 2018 from the Kansas City area. Here, they celebrated their 50


Wedding Anniversary on January 10, 2020.

Jim was born on January 23, 1946 in Park Rapids, Minnesota. He was raised in a military family, and he traveled throughout the US and overseas. He recounted his four years in Morocco as perhaps his most memorable experience as a youth. He finished high school in Rapid City, South Dakota and soon thereafter, he left for California.

Arriving in 1964, during the boon in the aerospace industry, he began with North American-Rockwell, working over 15 years, while simultaneously continuing his education as an engineer. Jim then joined Hughes Aircraft Company, where in 13 years he rose to the management level. During that period, in 1970, he married Renee and began a life of happiness that goes with a loving wife and children.

In the later years, Jim and Renee moved to the Kansas City area where they linked up with their daughters and grandchildren. Soon after retirement, Jim and Renee relocated to Chandler.

Jim enjoyed photography, steadfastly using the traditional camera in lieu of the smart phone. He also loved woodworking. And, in 1985, Jim and Renee fulfilled a long-held dream to visit Egypt, where they visited the pyramids, cruised the Nile River, and toured many of the sites of ancient Egypt.

His was an eventful and rewarding life.

He is survived by his wife, Renee; daughter Kathleen; and, daughter Kelly and grandchildren Glyde and Kaylee. Also surviving are his brother Dan Casey of Rapid City, South Dakota and a sister, Pat Casey of Jacksonville,


Jim’s wishes were for no formal memorial but to be remembered by his family and friends. His family wishes to thank the dedicated staff at Mercy-Gilbert who cared for Jim with extraordinary care and ever-present compassion.
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