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Rickey Lynn Casaday

August 31, 1946 — July 3, 2024


Rickey Lynn Casaday

Rickey Lynn Casaday, age 77, transitioned to his Heavenly home on July 3, 2024. He was born on August 31,1946 in Dallas, Texas, to Kenneth and Zelpha Casaday, who preceded him in death. Rick married the love of his life, Regina Fox, on May 24,1996 at First Baptist Oak Cliff, Dallas. He was an active member of First Baptist Dallas, until recent health issues precluded it. Being a member of the Pastor’s Prayer Partners and the Sonburst Sunday School Class, and former Decision Counselor, were so special to him; he loved listening to the choir and orchestra. 

Being a husband, father (including his precious pup, Millie) and Bapaw brought Rick great joy. Next to his relationship with God, family was his greatest passion. He is survived by Chris Casaday/Son, Tammy Casaday/Daughter-in-love, Angie Faulks & Mark/Daughter, Mandy Young & Jesse/Daughter. Surviving grandchildren are Katie Beth Casaday/Josh Rodriguez, Avery Faulks/Garrick Schmit, Karlie Casaday Brady, Carson Casaday, Aubrey Faulks/Jakeb Jonaitis, Grace Martin Young, Griffin Young, Anna Young, Abby Young, Madison Young, McKenzie Young, Jack Young, and Joshua Young. Rick is survived by two great grandchildren, Emilia and Embree Brady, one soon to come – due on Bapaw’s birthday in August – Houston Jonaitis, as well as three bonus greats – Addison, Caden, and Rilee Rodriguez. 

Rick is also survived by a sister – Jodie Henson and sister-in-law – Joleen Casaday, as well as two brothers & sisters-in-law – Danny/Karen Anthony & Michael/Vicki Anthony Littlejohn, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends. 

Graduating from Palmer High School, he attended Sam Houston State University and Navarro Junior College. Rick later went on to graduate from Arlington Baptist University and received his teacher certification through Dallas Baptist University. Risk held several jobs through the years from managing stores to working on CB radios. He received his pilot's license and bought a plane with his best friend. He sold it and used that money to finish his education. At that point he became a beloved and highly respected elementary teacher – continuing to stay in touch with many of his students throughout his life. He taught 20 years at Rice ISD and three years in the Dallas ISD, teaching at Macon Elementary. 

Fishing and hunting were important to Rick, having many memories of these. He was a single parent most of the years raising his son. Once he and Regina were married, they were blessed to have many traveling adventures together, including cruising and RVing. Many of these adventures including traveling with grandkids and leaves great memories for his family. 

Rick was seen by all who knew him as a Godly good man who loved his wife, Regina, and was so proud of his family. He was incredibly kind, generous, welcoming, loving and had a great sense of humor. He loved cooking and entertaining others brought him happiness. Anyone who had the opportunity to know him, and especially his friends who knew him well, were blessed. 

Rick Casaday lived a rich and full life and leaves a void in the hearts of many. He will be greatly missed by those who loved and knew him. 


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