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Casper  Edora

Casper Edora

Nov 3, 1986 - Sep 1, 2023

Casper Edora - Obituary


asper Edora, beloved eldest son of Oscar and Perla Edora, departed from this world on September 1st, 2023 at the young age of 36. He passed away in the morning in the company of his loving family. Casper leaves behind a legacy of love, generosity, and a profound impact on the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him. Born on November 3rd, 1986, Casper was the long awaited first born son of Oscar and Perla. He shared his life with two younger brothers, Oscar George and Eugene Jerome. As the eldest son, he made his parents proud by being a guiding light to his younger brothers and forged the now everlasting bond between them, TheEdoraBoys Casper grew up with a large tight knit loving family of cousins, titos, titas, grandparents, and relatives that spanned both coasts and overseas in the Philippines. He cherished every family occasion no matter how small and never failed to know how to make anyone laugh and smile. Casper had a unique talent for giving. Family, friends and especially godchildren it didn’t matter he could find the best gifts, which reflected his thoughtfulness for others. His kindness extended far beyond material presents, as he gave the gift of his time, attention, and support to all his loved ones in their time of need. As a godparent and an uncle, Casper nurtured not only his own family but also the spiritual and emotional well-being of those he had taken under his wing. His guidance and support extended beyond the bounds of traditional family roles, making him a cherished mentor and confidant to many. Casper graduated from University of Maryland College Park with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. While attending UMCP, he was an active member of the Filipino Cultural Association and it was there he formed some of his strongest friendships that he carried years later. One of his most proudest moments was coaching the women’s Turkey Bowl team. He then joined Amazon years later and became a fixture of joy amongst his team by celebrating every birthday with group dinners and outings. He accomplished much at his time there and his career was blossoming for much more. A dedicated sports enthusiast, Casper found great joy in watching sports, whether it was live at the stadium or from the comfort of his home, surrounded by friends and family. He was an avid fan of his home teams, proudly cheering for them and celebrating their victories. In his time on this earth, Casper Edora lived life to the fullest, embracing every moment with an open heart and a radiant smile. Casper was a true foodie, someone who knew how to savor the simple joys of life and shared that joy over countless shared meals while out at a restaurant or at home. One of Casper's other passions was his collection of sneakers, which was a reflection of his impeccable taste and keen eye for fashion. His legacy will forever be marked by his kindness, his style, his love for sports, his passion for good food, and his unwavering devotion to family and friends. Casper's departure leaves a void that can never be filled, but his memory will live on in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him. As we mourn his loss, we also celebrate the beautiful, fun-filled life he led and the love he shared with us all. Rest in peace, our beloved son, brother, cousin, nephew, and friend Casper. You will forever be missed and never forgotten.