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The Fordham Observer tribute consists of a compilation of memories of students and staff with photographs. Click here to read the memories from this beautiful tribute.

Casey, Lisa DiCroce, Linda DiCroce, Rachel Pacifico, and I were inseperable growing up. I have countless memories of the five of us having more fun than kids could possibly have in Springfield. We kept ourselves entertained every single day by…

This memory has no particular night attached to it or a particular date. Instead this photo represents the countless nights Amber, Casey and I spent in Sea Isle together through our high school years. I believe it was our Junior year of school when…

I will always remember Casey as the girl sitting in Doc's AP Lit class senior year, pencil in hand, glasses on, ready to leap headlong into whatever we were talking about that day and being able to back up any point she wanted to make.

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Our freshman year of college, Melissa Zirolli and I went to visit Casey at Fordham. I had never been to NYC, so Casey made sure it was extra entertaining to say the least. I had earned the nickname "Harlem girl" from Casey because I would always get…

It has been about 10 years since I babysat Casey after school, but she has always popped into my thoughts and always brought a smile to my face. Watching her and her brother never felt like a job, it was more fun. My favorite memory of spending time…

Casey, you were one of the sweetest people I had ever met. You didn't have an unkind bone in your body. Your smile was electric and your constant good mood was contageous. You made everyone around you happy and feel wonderful. Thank you for all the…

I think my favorite thing about Casey was her sense of humor. More specifically, the way she referred to all men as cows. Some women will tell you men are scum, others will say that men are pigs, Casey however, she said we were cows. I'm almost…

I think of Casey as someone who loved life and lived to the fullest. If I were to describe her in one word, I would choose the word 'radiant'. Casey is one student out of the hundreds I've taught in my thirty-nine years of teaching (I retired in…

I thought of this memory the other day in class and I could not stop laughing. One night in SIC Casey and I had gone to the movie store near her house and while we were there we saw a bunch of fake tattoos. We thought it would be super cool if we…

I have too many memories of Casey to be able to say what my fondest was, but one I will never forget is how she used to say I had "pretty eyes." I told her that her comment was appreciated but emasculated me, because I couldn't have "pretty eyes." I…

I think probably one of the first things Casey ever said to me was that I had weird handwriting. That sums up how I think of her: random, observant (I do have weird handwriting), funny, and to the point. When I asst stage managed for Our Town, I…

Casey was definitely one of the girls that could hold a conversation with anyone.. we had a few classes together and she was definitely a shining star in all of them, my best memory of casey was junior year of highschool, Casey, Amber, Lisa, Sarah,…

Casey was quite excited to secure an internship at New York's largest daily free newspaper for the spring semester of her junior year at college in 2009.This photo of Casey and Kelsey with the following caption was copied from Casey's Facebook: …

The Anderson family traditionally gets together for a 4th of July barbecue at the Sea Isle house. Aunt Janice & Aunt Susan purchased these T-shirts for a family portrait, which was taken at about 7:00 p.m. after we ate. Casey thought the idea was…

It doesn't matter how many times I tell this story - it is one of my favorite moments with Casey. After a scary ride on the Chinatown bus from Philly, Rachael and I finally met Casey and proceeded to go to the most 'tourist-y' locations NYC had…
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