Thursday, August 21, 2008
RIP Casey Caudle
Please take a moment to remember the life, good works, and good deeds of Casey Caudle, a Forensic Video and Image Analysis Examiner with Target Corporation who recently passed away.
Keep his family and friends in your prayers.
To read what Casey's friends are saying, click here.
May almighty God, in his infinite mercy, grant that we may meet again, to part no more.
Update: From Dorothy Stout of Resolution Video
In Memory of Casey Caudle
August 20, 2008
We are all saddened to hear about the death of Casey Caudle, Forensic Video and Image Analysis Examiner for Target Corporation, and part-time Instructor for Resolution Video. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues.
His Funeral Service will be held Saturday, August 23rd, at 2PM at the 1st Baptist Church in Ardmore, OK. The family is requesting that no flowers be sent. A trust fund for Casey's children will be created and more information will be forthcoming. If you would like to send letters or cards, please send them to:
7000 Target Parkway
Brooklyn Park, MN. 55445
I also wanted to let you know that Larry Compton of Media-Geek.com will be providing a collective memorial page on his website. This is wonderful place to share with others your stories about Casey as well as how he impacted your life. I have smiled and found comfort from the few posts that are already there. I hope you will take a moment to share your memories and read the memories of others too.
Below is a small memory of my own:
I met Casey a while back through the forensic video community and got to know him well over the years. Although I had met Casey before, we had the chance to sit down and talk at a training class in Dallas, TX back in 2004. During the class I teamed him with a student who needed extra time to learn and the student was driving him a bit crazy. I remember telling Casey that out of all the people in the class I knew he was the only one who had the patience to be this student's partner. So I bought him a drink (Jack Daniels of course) to thank him for his perseverance and we talked.
Since that time Casey provided me with much needed support and encouragement. He kept me laughing by teasing me with nicknames and he pushed my intellect by asking too many questions. I appreciated his candor and his wit. But most of all I valued his friendship.
It is difficult for me to express how deeply saddened I am to loose Casey as a colleague and a friend. Let me simply end this message by saying Casey will truly be missed.
Resolution Video Inc.