How do you write an obituary for a man and a soul larger than life? Nothing written here will ever seem like enough.
Casey Aubrey Young, 34, passed away unexpectedly on July 1, 2022. Casey was a one of a kind, once in a lifetime human being that the rest of us strive and can only hope to be like. Casey was born in Houston, TX to two loving parents, Julie (Blomiley) and Terry Young. Casey is survived by his older brother, Terry Vincent Young, his parents, Julie and Terry Young, and for the past fifteen years, the love of his life, Jena Wireman.
Casey graduated from Schoolcraft High School and achieved a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University North Central. He was also the pitcher for the PNC Panthers. He worked as a Senior Territory Sales Manager at TP Orthodontics. Casey absolutely loved all sports and excelled at everything he attempted, whether it was baseball, basketball, golf or even ping pong.
Casey loved to dance and had a mean Billie Jean. He took on anyone willing and foolish enough to challenge him to a dance battle. He was the class clown and the most special person who everyone loved to be around. Casey was a true original who could make anyone laugh and even the hardest one smile.
"If you love life, life will love you back." No truer words could have ever been spoken about Casey. The kid had 1,000 friends! He had a special gift to be the most positive, selfless, caring person and the unique ability to touch and change so many hearts. He was genuinely one of a kind with the heart of a saint.
Casey loved more than ever his girl and the love of his life, Jena, his beloved mom, dad, and brother, Big T, his dog Rocky, all of his family and his countless friends. The world is a little less bright and a little less beautiful. He will be deeply missed by so many.
When you think of something special and look up in the sky, standing sixty feet away,
you know and think and see the kid, CY!
Only the good die Young. FOREVER Casey Young!
Celebration of Life will be held on 07/23/22 from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
at Wind + James at 555 E Eliza St., Schoolcraft, MI, 49087.