Casey Lee Campbell, 30, of Vero Beach, Florida passed away November 19, 2019.
She was born February 2, 1989 in Vero Beach. Casey was a graduate of Vero Beach High School and later graduated from Keiser College as a Medical Assistant.
She was an avid motor cross racer with FTR and GNCC series. Casey raced in many 24 hr races and was a 3-time Florida Champion trail rider and motor cross.
She leaves her memories to be cherished by her beloved daughter, Emma Cahill of Vero Beach; father, Timothy R. Campbell of Vero Beach; mother, Regina M. Everest of Vero Beach; half-sister, Nattila Bautesta of Vero Beach; paternal grandmother, Nancy Campbell of Ft. Pierce and uncle, Charley Campbell of Ft. Pierce.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Casey’s name to a memorial fund established for her daughter, Emma, at Wells Fargo Bank. Account information: Wells Fargo Bank Account Number: 7060100794. Emma Cahill Benefit Memorial Fund.
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