In Memory Of Casey, Stephen


No visitation

Private service

On 21st of December Stephen Casey, Former Professor of Classics at Concordia University, passed away at the age of 94. He will be profoundly mourned by his beloved wife Emilia and by his children Olivia and Hadrian and their spouses Scott and Maryse and by his grandchildren Charles, Laetitia, Ella, Quentin, Conrad, Adam, Violet without whose unfailing help this difficult 8 year journey would have been impossible. Also mourned by his niece Maria and her children, Michael and Steve. A special thank you to Ric,  Letizia’s beloved partner of 30 years for his constant kindness and friendship. Another immense thank you to Ness for her constant friendship and support. And another thank you to Monica for her friendship and drives by the ocean and to see the deer in the fields. Thank you as well to all Stephen’s nieces and nephews for their love and support. Due to Pandemic no visitation, private funeral family only.

Stephen your gentleness, goodness and dignity will be a beacon to all of us forever.

In lieu of flowers please donate to charity of your choice.

Messages for the Family of Casey, Stephen

From: Janet Grassby Cholette

I am so very saddened to hear of Steve’s death. He will be remembered for his gentle spirit.
Please accept my sincere condolences.
Janet Grassby Cholette
From: Brian Grassby

I would like to send my deepest sympathies on Stephen’s passing. I will always remember his calmness and kindness.
From: alan howie

Our deepest sympathies, Carol and Diana.
From: Maria Alevisatos and John Gilsenan

Dear Emilia
John and I were so sad to hear of your loss. We often reflect on the special people we met at Togos and La Transition and our faces always smile when we recall you and Stephen sitting in our restaurant. As well as the free spirit Letizia. I hope the fond memories left behind will give you peace at this time.
Our thoughts are with you and your family.
From: Andrew Forsyth

My sincerest condolences to Stephen's family. I was fortune to have then Father Casey as my classics teacher at Loyola Highschool. An intelligent, gentle man who always encouraged the best from his students. His knowledge patience and perception generated confidence in his students no matter their ability. I am latterly grateful for my Jesuit upbringing but I have failed to let Mr. Casey know he was the most important mentor. I thank him for that and his generosity in performing the sacrament of baptism for my son. Truly he is the person who to my sense lived up to and embodied the acronym AMDG. Rest in peace Stephen Casey.