The Casement family is well known for its love of entertaining.
As a child, Casement had a miniature table for his dad and two chairs for his mother.
The Casements would invite friends over for dinner, and he loved it.
They even built a small kitchen.
But one evening, Casements father decided it would be a good idea to leave the table at home.
He had no idea what would happen to the table and chairs, but the Casements were prepared.
He grabbed the casement and set it on the table.
It sat there until he died three years later.
The family has kept the Casements table, chair, and table saw.
It is part of the family legacy and is one of their most treasured possessions.
Casement has also given many people inspiration.
In addition to his family, Casings father, William Casement, has been a mentor to the art of carpentry.
He started with the most basic tools and built up his skills until he was able to teach it to his apprentices.
Casements wife, Dorothy, was a gifted carpenter and helped him perfect his craft.
His sons, John and James, have since become famous carpentry artists.
And Casement himself is now a certified master carpenter.
The story of the Casment family is a tale of hard work, determination, and an amazing ability to share one’s story with others.
With this legacy, Casters family is known as the “Cavalier Family.”
If you or anyone you know needs help, the Casings Family Charitable Fund is available to help.
To learn more about Casement or his work, visit www.cavaliersfamily.org.
Read more about the Casments family at www.filing.gov.