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Remembering Lizzy Casken

HHHRC extends its deepest condolences and love to Board President John Casken and the Casken family for the loss of Elizabeth “Lizzy” Casken to a cerebral blood clot on September 2.

Lizzy was 31.

“With the support and love of her family and various people and organizations, Elizabeth had overcome developmental disabilities, speech deficits, and mental health challenges to become an integral part of the community. She was proud to be a union employee at Aikahi Safeway, where she valued her job, her co-workers, and the many shoppers she greeted with her infectious smile and her brilliant blue eyes,” said the family on Lizzy’s online tribute page.

“Her excitement for life knew no bounds.”

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