In Memory

Robert LaCasse - Class Of 1968

Robert LaCasse

Class of 1968
Robert LaCasse passed away on July 13th 1992.
He is survived by his son Christopher LaCasse.



 
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02/08/12 09:27 AM #1    

Lawrence (Larry) Smith (1968)

I remember the weekends Bob would spend sleeping under the rowboats in the Bois de Boulogne (at least that was his story).  He would show up at the Bel Manoir shopping complex and clean up in the public restrooms.  He was a real "character" and enjoyed life to the max.  I enjoyed his company in many of our classes and on road trips with the football team.  I am deeply sorry he is gone, but am grateful for having known him.  Adieu, mon ami!


05/01/15 08:07 PM #2    

Peter W. Burnham (1967)

 

I remember Bob LA Casse as always nice to me .

Peter Burnham

 

 

 

 


05/03/15 07:08 AM #3    

Richard Humphreys (1968)

Bob LaCasse was a lively and humorous character. He was a member of our last football team before we got split up between SHAPE and EUCOM. Coach Treu liked to work us beyond the norm. I recall one night, very late in the season well after the sun had set. We were lined up on the field for some exercize or other, when it started to snow. I believe it was Bob LaCasse and Pat Krank who led us in a verse of Silent Night. I thought Coach Treu was going to bust a blood vessel. It was a warmly humerous moment. R.I.P. Bob.


05/08/15 02:22 AM #4    

Guy Mead (1968)

Bob was the one guy we all wanted to be.  Never gave a shit about anything.  Raunchy takes on popular songs in the locker room, his scary life was just a jest for the rest of us.  Then you ran into him in some dive area, like Larry said.  Two sides of a very different coin.  However he ended his life, I'm proud to say I was his friend. 


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