Casey Stopa Fairfield CT Obituary

Casey Stopa was a top real estate agent from Fairfield, Connecticut who sadly passed away in recent days – below is an obituary tribute.

Stopa was well known in the Fairfield area as a real estate guru, working with Compass and YB Realty.

He was the owner and CEO of the SRG Team of Compass.

Stopa sadly died in recent days, his demise sending a shockwave through the hearts of all who knew him as they struggle to deal with this massive and unexpected blow.

Casey Stopa obituary

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Casey Stopa was born and raised in Fairfield, Connecticut, some three decades ago.

He graduated Fairfield High School and was a licensed real estate salesperson extraordinaire.

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Casey’s journey in the real estate industry began in 2017, marked by his initial foray into mortgages.

His innate understanding of financial intricacies soon led him to transition to real estate sales, where he found his true calling.

Since 2018, Casey has masterfully orchestrated over 200 successful property transactions under his own expert guidance with a value of over 60 million dollars worth.

He also built and managed his own team, known as the ‘SRG Team’, which has sold over 500 properties as a collective.

“Licensed in both Connecticut and New York, Casey’s expertise transcends state lines. His dedication to his craft is mirrored in his involvement in various aspects of real estate, from flipping properties to strategic investments in multi-family homes,” his professional bio reads.

“But Casey’s interests extend beyond properties; he’s an avid explorer, finding solace in globetrotting, savoring diverse cuisines, and maintaining a vibrant health and fitness routine,” it continues.

The bio says he knows the Fairfield area like the ‘back of his hand’ and prides himself on his “integrity, honesty, and authenticity,”

“His commitment to transparency builds trust, while his genuine approach fosters strong client relationships. His aspiration to empower others goes beyond property transactions; he takes pride in aiding others in achieving success in all facets of life,” the bio continues.

Tributes

casey stopa obituary

Numerous friends and colleagues of Casey Stopa have left several tributes in his honour since news of his death emerged and we reproduce a few in this obituary.

Said Tom Cody: “RIP my friend Casey Stopa. This breaks my heart.

“Alan shared this photo with me this morning and it reminded me of how you and I competed toe-to-toe our entire first year in real estate together. Alan always made sure that we were aware of each other’s numbers 😉.

“You had so much energy, so much passion, and such a vision. You pushed me to be better and we helped one another learn and navigate this complex, stressful industry. We also helped one another learn when it was time to take a step back and not drive ourselves into the ground. Thank you for always being open to be my sounding board.

“I have no clue how to process this one, but I know the world lost an amazing soul this weekend, and I’m grateful to have had your friendship ❤️ 🙏 love you brother!”

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Said Shannon Golino: “I will forever remember you Casey Stopa…your smile, your heart,how much you loved and appreciated your family and friends and how determined you were and beyond talented and smart. But it was when you were around 6 you became best friends with my son.

“Always together at the beach putting sun-in in your hair both having orange hair (but it’s cool mom), over my house running around or your house on the trampoline and bday parties.

“You both were the best of childhood friends into school years and back together after high school. That’s how I knew you then till now…my best friends brother along with 3 other amazing siblings, parents that live life to the fullest and you were the best uncle to your nieces and nephews.

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“You were adored, loved and admired not only by them by everyone you surrounded yourself with. I pray your at peace and the angels are wrapping their wings around you as you now are your family’s guardian angel,”

“Please keep the Stopa family in your prayers and surround them with so much love. Casey you will be terribly missed🪽heaven gained the sweetest angel with the biggest heart. Rest Easy Casey🤍”

Fairfield

Fairfield is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It borders the city of Bridgeport and towns of Trumbull, Easton, Weston, and Westport along the Gold Coast of Connecticut. As of 2020, the town had a population of 61,512.

The town is part of the Greater Bridgeport Planning Region.

On January 14, 1639, a set of legal and administrative regulations called the Fundamental Orders was adopted and established Connecticut as a self-ruling entity.

By 1639, settlers had started new towns in the surrounding areas.

Roger Ludlowe, framer of the Fundamental Orders, purchased the land called Unquowa (presently called Fairfield), and established the name. The name “Fairfield” is commendatory.

According to historian John M. Taylor:

Early in 1639, the General Court granted a commission to Ludlowe to begin a plantation at Pequannocke. He was on that errand, with a few others from Windsor, afterwards joined by immigrants from Watertown and Concord.

He stole a large tract of land from the Pequannocke sachems – afterwards greatly enlarged by other purchases to the westward – and recalling the attractive region beyond (Unquowa), which he had personally seen on the second Pequot expedition, he also “set down” there, having purchased the territory embraced in the present town of Fairfield, to which he gave its name.

As of the census of 2010, there were 59,404 people in the town, organized into 20,457 households and 14,846 families.

The racial makeup of the town was 91.6% White, 3.7% Asian, 1.8% African American, 0.06% Native American, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 1.2% from other races, and 1.6% from two or more races. 5.0% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.

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