Service measured not by GOLD,
                           but by the GOLDEN RULE

Service measured not by GOLD,
          but by the GOLDEN RULE


Timothy L. Casey, Sr., 53, of Wooster died on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at his home.
He was born May 23, 1967 in Wooster.
Tim has worked at American Augers for over 26 years.   He loved hiking, mud runs, camping, cave exploring, guns and music.   He especially loved his children and was loved by all.
He is survived by his children Timothy L Casey, Jr. of Wooster, Bianca Casey of Akron, Morgan Casey of Stow and Mackenzie (Jordan) Cummings of New Mexico; five grandchildren; father Danny (Sue) Casey of Wooster; sister Amy Day of Wooster; two nephews; one niece and the mother of his children Tracey Wilson.
Tim was preceded in death by his mother Sharon Miller Casey.
There will be no calling hours or services
McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.
Online condolences may be left for the family at

There is a place that I can go
That ™s peaceful and serene
Where there are no appointments of phones
A place to ponder my dreams

A modest little wooden house
Is waiting for me there,
And as I enter into its doors
Away go all my cares ¦.

My heart is filled with memories
That can never be replaced
Although they make me sad at times
I know life ™s too precious to waste

To fight a fish across the miles
And reel him into view
Or simply float across the stretch
Of endless tranquil blue

To sit upon the pier at night
And gaze at the star-filled sky
That ™s always bigger and clearer there
It doesn ™t matter why

A man must have a place to go
Where his mind and soul are free
If he ™s lucky enough to find that door
Then God will turn the key

The river is my secret spot
Its banks run clear and strong
And each time I return to them
I know that I belong

Memorial Contributions

There will be no services



  1. I love you dad. Thank you for all the memories and I’ll always hold them dear. I’ll forever keep ypur name and memory alive. You are a amazing father. Rest easy dad!! Until we meet again

  2. So sorry for your loss Subrena…….take comfort knowing you were the love of Tim’s life…

  3. I’ve had a lot of good times working with Tim over the years- he was respected by his piers and his knowledge will greatly be missed. He loved his family immensely – my condolences go out to each of you, i hope you find peace in knowing he’ll always be there…

  4. Tim Casey, we had such good times at the cliffs and caves. There are times we laughed so hard together we were rolling on the floor. See ya later dude. Your pal always,
    Steve “Shifty” Pratt

  5. I worked with Tim for almost 15 years and it was a pleasure knowing him as well as working with him. He always had that bubbly smile on his face that he always greeted you with. Please accept my heartfelt condolences to the entire family.

  6. So sorry for the loss of a good man till we meet up again
    Rich noggin harper

  7. I had the pleasure of working with Tim and saw he was always with a strong soul and a good heart. Our thoughts are with you at this time.

  8. I had the pleasure of working with Tim for 7 years. No matter the day or situation Tim always seemed to be in a good mood and ready to help anyone, he will be missed. Condolences to his family.

  9. I truly enjoyed working with Tim over the past 8 years. Tim was always good to me and the Team. He will be in our prayers.

  10. I’m grateful to have had the chance to know and be able to work with Tim. Tim always had a good heart, was a good friend and he will be missed but never forgotten. My condolences to Tim’s family.


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