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Jeffrey Cassedy

Jeffrey Cassedy

Saturday, September 23rd, 1961 Thursday, December 24th, 2020

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Obituary for Jeffrey Glenn Cassedy

Jeffrey Glenn Cassedy passed peacefully at home on December 24, 2020, after a fierce and well-fought battle with cancer.
The youngest of five children, Jeff was born in Washington D.C. to James and Linda Cassedy. He grew up in Springfield, Virginia, and eventually opened his own insurance agency in the area. He loved being a father to his two children, Madeleine and Jeffrey II. He coached their teams, taught them to appreciate the finer things in life (the Dallas Cowboys, camping, and old Westerns), and he provided endless (solicited and unsolicited) life advice.

After moving to Alexandria in 2007, he met and married his neighbor, Erin. She helped him get his first passport and introduced him to Wisconsin winters. She, in turn, learned about golf, cracking crabs, and how much he loved to have his toes in the sand.

As a member of the Springfield Rotary Club for over 20 years, Jeff participated in and supported many of their service programs. He was also a member of the First Baptist Church of Alexandria, and prior to his passing said, “I have been blessed in so many ways. When I go to heaven, I will play golf, fish with my dad, and feast on my mom’s fried chicken.” Jeff will be remembered for his straight-forward talk, his appreciation of simple things in nature, and his love of weekend trips to Staunton, Virginia.

He is survived by his wife, Erin; his children, Madeleine (Erik) Galow, Jeffrey II (Allie) Cassedy, one grandson, Hunter Galow; his siblings, Diana (Santiago) Rich, Kathleen Cassedy, Jimmy (Anne) Cassedy, Victor (Ruth) Cassedy; and his former spouse, Leigh Cassedy. He was also loved by numerous nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at a later date in 2021. After experiencing cancer himself, Jeff had an extra large place in his heart for children fighting the disease. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Jeff’s name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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Cammy caskin

To all the Cassedy Family, Jeffrey was such a bright light in our lives throughout his life. Always laughing and making us crack up laughing, he was nothing short of hilarious and so loving. May he Rest In Peace after his long battle with cancer. I grieve to know he had to suffer even one day. May his spirit be with you always and his memory keep your hearts filled with his presence. Sending love and hugs to you all❤️ Cammy and Chris Caskin
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