Guest Book for Joseph M. Caissey

Provided by Silas F. Richardson & Son, Inc.

Posted by: RHONDA OBRIEN
Fri January 11, 2019
You were Leominster's son.  Your spirit and light will be missed.  Continue to cheer on for our Blue Devils and shine a light on them from Heaven.  Rest well.
 

 
Posted by: Tim & Jeanine Maccartney
Fri January 11, 2019
Please accept our deepest sympathy.  Growing up with Joey was a true blessing in our project days! Enjoy all the heavenly blessings that you earned while on this earth!
Tim and Jeanine Maccartney.
 

 
Posted by: Joyce Caouette
Fri January 11, 2019
A good man with deep spirit for his Leominster Blue Devils. Always lending a hand and helping others. Rest well Joey, I know your little sister, your “Cinderella” is holding you close. Praying your family remaining here will be blessed with strength, especially your baby sister Deb and my bestie Kathy.
 

 
Posted by: Robert Sarao
Fri January 11, 2019
Joey...

  Anyone outside of Leominster would not understand that ROYALTY that you were...   You were ALWAYS there.... Cheering on your Leominster Team.  Everyone knew you and everyone expected you.  You had a harder life than most. I hope now that you are at rest and are smiling at all of the reaction your home town is showing you.  You were loved more than you knew.
 

 
Posted by: Jennifer Davis
Sat January 12, 2019
Joey,
I haven't met u personally but seen in so many p lace that I encounter, every time it seems u had brought a smile to everyone's face including myself and I appreicated it, so THANK YOU...
I give all our deepest sympathy and our prayers with ur family

God Blessed you for being the person you are and to everyone encounter in ur life...RIP Joe Caissey, u will b missed🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
 

 
Posted by: Glen Copeland
Tue January 15, 2019
Joe (Joey) was a fixture in Leominster that will never be replaced. A sports booster like no other, and a friend to all that knew him. As he walked around downtown Leominster a honk of a horn and a "Hey Joey" could always be heard. If you passed by this great man without giving him the opportunity to know you, your life is less complete, because Joe always brought a smile to all, no matter the situation, the time of day or the weather outside. Joe was one of a kind and I will mourn his passing but celebrate the life of this great man. Rest now Joe and enjoy those games from the greatest seat in the sky, you deserve more than we ever gave.