Philip C. Cashaw
60, Johnstown, passed away February 12, 2020 at home surrounded by his loving family. Born January 18, 1960 in Johnstown, son of the late Joseph Clinton Jr. and Freddie Mae (King) Cashaw. Preceded in death by brother, Frederick James Cashaw; sisters, Joanne Williams and LaVerta Jane Whorten. Survived by loving wife, Patricia A. (Reviere) Cashaw, Johnstown; children, William Cashaw; Ronette Lee, both of Pittsburgh; Cole Cashaw, Edward Reviere and Myra Coleman, all of Johnstown; Dominic Reviere, Altoona; and Unika Reviere, Johnstown; 7 grandchildren; brothers, Joseph C. Cashaw Jr.; Alan G. Cashaw married to Francine; and Oscar Z. Cashaw married to Annette; sisters, Dorothea M. married to Rev. Calvin T. McCray; Felicia M. Allen married to Arthur; Rev. Arlene R. Williams married to Charles; and Rita Jean Collins; Aunt, Arjustice Darby; uncles, Charles King, Thomas King and John E. King; godson, Brandon Craig King; also by numerous nieces and nephews. Philip received a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star for his heroic service to our country in the U.S. Army and National Guard, worked at SCI Somerset, member of the American Legion and Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, and a 1978 graduate of Johnstown High School. Family will receive friends from 11 a.m. until homegoing service at 1 p.m. Monday, February 17, at Christ Centered Community Church, 531 Somerset St. Johnstown, PA 15901, with Rev. Sylvia King, officiating. Committal with military rites by VFW Post 155 at Benshoff Hill Cemetery. www.kennedycarefh.com.
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Brian Stayer
Feb 19, 2020
Went to war every day with Cashaw inside a state instatution. Always had my back and me his. Old school, great guy, will be missed by many. Condulances to the family.
Denise McIntosh
Feb 16, 2020
Wonderful CO will be missed greatly.
Irvin Brandon Bethlehem PA
Feb 15, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of need. My god bless all of you.
Benny BRITT & Entire BRITT Families send our Deepest/ most Sincere/ Condolence & Sympathy!
Feb 15, 2020
In Phillip: God Gave us all a Shinning Example of How to live & Be always Pleasant people to be around. Phillip & I Graduated Together along with Rev. King & I . And a host of other that have gone on Home or back to the Master who made us ALL. But, I do Know Phillip was a Trail~Blazer... I work @ Ebensburg County Prision After Phill Left there. He set the stage for other Black~Men to come behind him & plenty of group photos for ppl. Like me to see. He was a well Respected ~Guard / C./Officer. Then he went to State & Finished Out His Niche in life ! Retired but, never Forgotten; for all his Guts & Courage; Then we look 👀 @ His Military Awards~Bronze Star ⭐️ = That’s Bravery & Sh...ould’ve been killer. But, God Said Not Yet ! Aka. Jesus made away out of NO WAY!!! Purple Heart 💜 again wounded. But, Once Again God Said phill, You Gonna be ALRIGHT ! So, When I look to our Local Hero’s . Who have enter the theater of Wars & Made back home. I that God for Men & Woman Who actually Gave there own Blood for us as the Land of the FREE!!! To the Cashaw FAMILIES & All Y’all. He was a Quiet inspired young~Man. I will be Praying 🙏 for y’all Families in the Days Ahead ! We Just know God Has Got Him Working in His Garden/ Above the Sky. High Exaulted & Lifted UP ! So, all We can do is Lift our Savior UP !Read more
Rhonda (Varnish) Bozich
Feb 14, 2020
I went to school with Philip. He was always so nice and polite. I’m sorry to hear of his passing. I will keep him and his family in my thoughts and prayers
William Lewis Sr.
Feb 14, 2020
Love you, cuzzo. Rest in Peace. You'll always be a soldier's soldier!
Eva (Jeanie Smith) Hayes
Feb 14, 2020
Rest In Peace cousin.

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