He was the brother of Jerry Anderley, associate vice president for facilities at the Physical Plant.
A World War II veteran, he was the father of Roger J. Casey, head athletic trainer at St. Thomas, and grandfather of two UST alums, Roger J. Casey III and Jacob “Jake” Casey.
Among his many achievements, he served as a Foreign Service officer for the U.S. Information Agency for 10 years, a state representative for four years, and taught political science at St. Thomas in the 1970s. After retiring he co-founded the Germanic Genealogy Society and the multinational Federation of East European Family History Societies.
He was the first in his family to graduate from St. Thomas, and the father-in-law of Phil Hoeppner, Alumni and Constituent Relations.
He was the son of Dr. Fred Zimmerman, professor emeritus of engineering at the University of St. Thomas.
Resources are available to St. Thomas students, faculty and staff in need of emotional support after Friday’s tragedy.
He was the father of Maureen Murphy, Opus College of Business.
She was the mother of Associate Professor Laura Dunham and mother-in-law of Associate Professor John McVea, Opus College of Business.
A memorial mass will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas for student Mark Langdon.
She was the mother-in-law of Lisa Haberstroh, Child Development Center.
He was an IRT employee and grandson of Linda Halverson, Administrative Services.
He served on the committee to bring the American Museum of Asmat Art collection to St. Thomas.
She was the mother of Joseph T. Bork, Opus College of Business.
A former St. Thomas employee who worked for many years in the Registrar’s Office, she was well-known and much-loved by students, faculty and staff.
She was the sister of David Jenkins, director of liturgical music at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.