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Samuel G. Casolari, Jr.

Samuel Guy Casolari, Jr.

1961 – 2019

Suddenly on July 30th, 2019, loving son of Samuel and Patricia; dear nephew of Naomi and Al Ganter of Ocala, FL, Marvin Haunn of Bellbrook, OH, Jean Letize of Fort Pierce, FL and Bill Vogel of McKees Rocks, PA; also survived by many cousins and good friends. Sam graduated from Montour High School in 1979, Grove City College in 1983 and University of Akron school of law in 1986.

Sam was the managing attorney for Marshall Dennehey in Cincinnati Ohio, and on the Board of Trustees of Grove City College, a school he loved dearly. He was a tissue donor. As per Sam’s wishes, there was no visitation.

 


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It is a sad time for all who knew Sam. I wasn't that close to Sam but we often spent time together in the larger group in Lincoln Hall and maybe a few off-campus locations. He was perhaps the kindest and most thoughtful of our group. He was the best of us for applying logic and reason to every situation. I hadn't seen or spoken to Sam since our Grove City graduation but I am sure he was a positive role model as the years went on and I aspired to emulate his logic and reason.

jeff rehrig Aug 12 2019 12:00 AM

Absolutely shocked about Sammy. I had just seen him at our family picnic in July. I saw how he had slimmed down and was working out. It is hard to see the youngest cousin go so young. Our condolences go out to uncle Sam and aunt Pat.

Joe Condle Aug 12 2019 12:00 AM

Sammy, was our youngest cousin. Enjoyed talking to him just 3 weeks ago at our family picnic. Was glad to hear he had represented teachers in his practice of law. Big loss to his firm and our family. My thoughts and prayers go out to Uncle Sam and aunt Pat.

Rick Condle Aug 12 2019 12:00 AM

Very shocking. Sam was a close friend in high school, always diligent in his studies, a smart guy, a good guy. He was an upstanding man; he was a success.
Rest In Peace.

Tim Seibel Aug 12 2019 12:00 AM