Volunteer of the Month- Casey Musselman

Casey Musselman

Our Volunteer of the month for July is the guy with the big smile, Casey Musselman. Casey is a Volunteer of many talents. He works in the Hiram Butler House, out in the Garden and also is a Tour Docent.  Casey is always willing to help out with any task that comes up, be it taking admissions, selling memberships, pulling weeds in the Garden or assisting with parking for a special event.

Casey grew up in Ft. Lauderdale and migrated to Cobb County in 1985. He and wife Ann are almost empty nesters, having two college age sons. He is a master baker (he makes great bread), a gardener and is learning to play the fiddle. He has aspirations of playing in a pub in Ireland.

Casey finished his undergraduate degree in History and is working on going to graduate school. He would like to teach and write about history. He is the Vice President of the Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society chapter at his alma mater, the Univ of Maryland. He says he is a history geek through and through and can prove it by boring you to tears with arcane information about early American history. WOW!!  I get tired just thinking about all Casey does.

In view of the fact that he is a self professed “History Geek” Casey is an all round good guy and is invaluable to Smith-Gilbert as a Volunteer. The next time you see Casey, give him a big pat on the back and thank him for all he does for Smith-Gilbert Gardens.