Fall 2013


Michael E. Vosburg-Casey ’96, July 31, 2013, in Atlanta, Ga., at 39. He was an activist and volunteer who never worked for a salary and who protested the death penalty and the U.S. Army’s former School of the Americas at Fort Benning. After being arrested there and sentenced to 100 days in federal prison, he said he was proud to be “a prisoner of conscience.” He worked with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Central Presbyterian’s Central Outreach and Advocacy Center, and the Georgia Justice Project. He died of complications from colon cancer. He is survived by his wife, Amy, a daughter, and his parents.