Condolences for Kasey McLaughlin

Christina Gurley wrote:

I love you Kasey and wish I could have met you in real life; however, I was lucky enough to spend so much time with you virtually! You have forever touched my life. You were always so sweet and genuine. Thank you for serving our country and the sacrifice you made to do so. You will forever be missed! I wish I could see your icon pop up on PSN, just one more time. Rest easy! Thank you for all the time and love you shared with me!

 

Medora Deason wrote:

Kasey did indeed put up a valiant battle and is now in the arms and paws of so many loved ones. We feel blessed to have known this very special and sweet girl and wish peace to those she has left behind. Her short life has certainly left an impact on the world and may it be a better place because of her.

 

Anonymous wrote:

Thank you for your service. May you rest in peace.

 

Andrew McDowell wrote:

I will miss you dearly and hold your strength (what you can give to me) until the end of my days

 

Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain wrote:

Heartfelt and prayerful condolences from the Chicago Police Chaplains. Kasey will be remembered at the next Police Mass. In the meantime, may family and friends know the healing touch of our all-loving, all-merciful God! [Police Chaplains Ministry: www.ChicagoPCM.org or 312/738-7588]

 

 

Vikki and Pete wrote:

We are so very sorry to hear about the loss of such a beautiful soul. Our deepest condolences.

 

Adam Stefanek wrote:

I still think and feel like you’re about to text me. Like you’ll call me and we’ll go on some crazy adventure making it home by the skin of our teeth. You always understood, Kasey. No matter what life had in store for you, you kept rolling on. I will keep your memory alive for as long as I am alive.. that is a promise. Every time I look at the beautiful boxes you helped me make for my foster dads I’m reminded of what a selfless, generous person you were. I love you Kdawg.

 

Scottie McLaughlin wrote:

The amount of love that people have expressed to me about you, the visits in my dreams, and the bad ass compassion that you coined prove to me you aren't truly gone. Your spirit has touched so many, and your legacy will last generations. Your brothers and sisters, chosen by blood and fate, will carry your spirit on to the next ones. I am forever grateful for our years as best friends. Rest now seester face, and know we will keep the flame you ignited in each and every one of us lucky enough to have called you friend. All of my love. "wet cement.....where?!?!" Sleep well Queen. See you on the other side

 

 

Edgar Ruiz wrote:

Kasey was a good friend! I love her so much. We would talk on the phone late at night she was such a wholesome person. I remembered the first time I met her was at the Stevie Nicks “In Your Dreams” signing. She got me and others drunk that morning it was such a fun night. I knew then she was a keeper. I love you friend, rest in power.

 

The Munsell Family wrote:

Our condolences on this Kasey’s 33rd birthday. Be at peace and sleep well sweet child.

 

Mary Kay Cappitelli wrote:

Heaven has welcomed another angel. I will always remember Kasey as a sweet young girl, running, and laughing with her beautiful long hair bouncing. May she be carefree again. My deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy.

 

 

Graham Gunnell wrote:

You memory will never fade, your loved beyond measure by all who know you. You will remain in their hearts forever. Sleep sweetly in God's arms. X

 

 

Wendy Lynch wrote:

I am beyond heartbroken to see this. We met in Cali and she is exactly as described. Not only a friend but fellow veteran. Rest In Peace (atlast) my friend. You will always be in my heart. Happy Birthday 🎊

 

Fr Thomas Nangle, CPD chaplain retired wrote:

If love alone were enough, she’d live with us forever. The only thing worse than losing her would be if we’d never know her. Be in God’s peace now, Kasey, until we hold you again.