"My wife Casey and I--yes, I know...we have the same first name, it's a whole thing--love our community. We're also extremely excited to welcome a new addition to the family this next spring, and couldn't imagine living, working, or raising a family anywhere else."
"As we start our family, we're excited about Milwaukee's future and have never been more motivated to serve and give back to our community."
Casey has spent his entire adult life fighting for Wisconsin’s working women and men. First, as an aide to former Congressman David Obey and former Senator Herb Kohl focusing on health care, veteran's affairs, and education issues. Today, Casey continues on that path as a trial lawyer, representing individuals and working to improve Wisconsin’s workers’ compensation laws.
Casey is a graduate of UW-Madison, where he studied journalism and political theory, and also of Marquette University Law School. Throughout law school, Casey volunteered at the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic and was a founding member of Marquette’s Student Veterans Society.
Born and raised in Muskego, Casey has two older sisters who both work and live in Milwaukee County with their families. Casey’s father, Paul, is a Vietnam veteran who serviced dental equipment before retiring in 2016. Casey’s mother, Betty, works as an assistant at UPS.
“The Caseys," as family and friends call them, currently reside in Glendale. If you see Casey on his morning run down Green Tree Road or picking up groceries at the store, make sure to stop and say "Hi," he'd love to meet and hear from you.