Casey Jordan Troyer, a beloved member of the Granger community, passed away on the evening of August 25, 2023, at the age of 37.
He was born on August 18, 1986, in Goshen, and throughout his life, he radiated with a vibrant spirit, an unwavering love for his family, and a multitude of passions that brought happiness to all who knew him.
Cherished Relationships and Fond Memories
Adoring Husband, Father, and Stepfather
Casey’s memory will forever hold a special place in the hearts of those close to him. He is survived by his loving wife, Ashley, and their son, Augustine “Gus” Troyer. Alongside them, he leaves behind two stepdaughters, Madison Filley and Bella Filley, who were an integral part of his life’s journey.
Casey’s parents, Steven C. Troyer of Union, MI, and Dilynn (Greg) Puckett of Middlebury, played a significant role in his upbringing and cherished every moment spent together.
His brother, Trevor Troyer of Elkhart, and two stepsisters, Andrea Puckett of Brooklyn, NY, and Amber (Jason) Miller of Middlebury, shared a special and loving connection with Casey, built upon shared experiences and mutual affection.
Casey’s life was enriched by the presence of his two grandmothers, Jolinda Zook and Ruby Puckett, both of Middlebury. He also shared his warmth and love with five nieces and nephews, creating deep connections that brought joy to his life.
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A Journey Marked by Achievements and Passion
Dedication to Education and Professional Success
Casey’s journey was marked by a thirst for knowledge and achievement. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Butler University, followed by his law degree from Indiana University, Bloomington. His sharp intellect and compassionate nature perfectly suited his role as an RV salesman at Forest River RV company.
Casey’s exuberant personality left a lasting impression on everyone he met. He had a love for golf, basketball, and volleyball, finding joy in sports. His musical talents shone through as a skilled guitar player. His furry companions, Claude and Julie, added moments of relaxation and happiness to his life.
Honoring Casey’s Memory and Legacy
Casey’s strong bond with his nieces and nephews was evident in the cherished memories they created together on the lake. Their connection will forever live on in their hearts.
Family and friends are invited to honor Casey’s memory during visitation at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home on August 29, followed by funeral services and his resting place at Miller 8 Square Cemetery, Goshen.
In honor of Casey’s legacy, memorial donations may be made to Ryan’s Place. Let us remember and celebrate the enduring love, laughter, and impact he left behind.
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