Suzanne’s CASA Story

Suzanne Pericle has been volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for more than 10 years. After raising children of her own, she became a CASA to impact and encourage children beyond her own family. Forty-one children have benefitted from Suzanne’s support, encouragement, and advocacy. She takes pride in being their voice in Court, knowing…

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Esther’s CASA Story

Esther Snead has been volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for seventeen years. She finds purpose in this role, knowing she is making a difference in a child’s life in both the present and the future. She has also found a greater sense of community. Esther’s calming demeanor and humility are a few of…

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Reginald’s CASA Story

Reginald Baugh, a software engineer, was sworn in by the Court as a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate, aka CASA, earlier this year. He is enthusiastically embracing the role, recognizing this as an opportunity to be an ‘agent of change.’ With CASA, Reginald has already served five children who needed someone to speak up for…

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