Lawrence P. Casey Net Worth

Lawrence P. Casey was born on September 06, 1905 in  New York City, New York, United States, is Actor. Lawrence P. Casey was born in 1940 to William and Florence Casey. He has seven other siblings; William Sr., Paul, John, Joseph, Mary, Peter, and Michael (who sadly passed away). When he was 10, his family moved to East Side of New York City where Larry played baseball and one day wanted to become a professional ball player. Sadly his father died in February of 1955 when Lawrence was just fifteen years old, and Larry gave up baseball to work after school to help support the family. He graduated high school in 1958, and a few years later in 1962 his mother bought a dairy farm in Guilford and moved. She lived there with her sons Paul and John, until recently passing away in December of 2004. Lawrence married his wife Katha, with whom he has a child, Melissa.
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Who is it? Actor
Birth Day September 06, 1905
Birth Place  New York City, New York, United States
Died On June 15, 1977(1977-06-15) (aged 71)\nPaterson, New Jersey
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Ordination June 7, 1930
Consecration May 5, 1954
Buried Calvary Cemetery in Paterson, New Jersey
Denomination Roman Catholic
Parents Joseph Leo and Agnes Madeline (née Switzer) Casey
Education St. Andrew's Preparatory Seminary

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Lawrence Casey was born in Rochester, New York, to Joseph Leo and Agnes Madeline (née Switzer) Casey. He studied at St. Andrew's Preparatory Seminary from 1919 until 1924, when he entered St. Bernard's Seminary. Casey was ordained to the priesthood on June 7, 1930. He then served as a curate at St. Mary's Church in Rochester until 1932, and was secretary to Bishops John Francis O'Hern (1932-1933), Edward Mooney (1933-1937), and James E. Kearney (1937-1946). He was named rector of Holy Cross Church in 1946 and of Sacred Heart Cathedral in 1952.


On February 10, 1953, Casey was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Rochester and Titular Bishop of Cea by Pope Pius XII. He received his episcopal consecration on the following May 5 from Cardinal Francis Spellman, with Bishops Walter Andrew Foery and Alexander M. Zaleski serving as co-consecrators. Following the death of Bishop James Johnston Navagh, he was named Bishop of Paterson, New Jersey, on March 4, 1966. After eleven years as bishop, he resigned on June 13, 1977. Casey died just two days later, aged 71.