The Coshocton County Beacon September 26, 2018 - Page 23
THE BEACON 23
SEPTEMBER 26, 2018
Brown feels fortunate to raise family in Coshocton
By Josie Sellers
COSHOCTON – Casey Brown knew from a young age that
she wanted to stay in Coshocton to be with her parents
and raise her family.
“I always had a passion about the community,” she
said. “I like that it’s kind of a tight community and that
everyone has each other’s back.”
Brown was born and raised here. She attended the
Coshocton COTC branch for human resources and fell
in love with the profession.
“I like that you are able to work individually, but still
able to work with people,” she said. “I love helping peo-
ple and I felt that this was a profession where I could still
Brown has been the human resources manager at
Roscoe Village since May 2014. She developed such a
passion for her work that she fi nished her education in
2016 at Franklin University when she earned a bache-
lor’s degree in human resources.
For the last 10 years, Brown also has had a drive to
make this the community that she wants her children to
grow up in.
“I want this to be a fun, safe and educational commu-
nity,” she said. “Th at is a big part of why I got involved
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Casey Brown is pictured with her family, husband
Dustin, daughter Jazlene and son Jalen.
Jazlene, who is 10-years-old, is the junior queen sec-
ond attendant for the 2017 Coshocton Canal Court.
“Th is was the fi rst year she was on the court and she
met a great group of girls and we’ve been able to trav-
el with them almost every weekend,” Casey said. “It’s
helped her see why it’s important to work hard. Hopeful-
ly this was the fi rst step in a long time run of being part
of the program.”
Casey is married to Dustin Brown and in addition to
Jazlene they have a 3-year-old son named Jalen. To-
gether, Dustin and Casey have been involved with the
Conesville and Coshocton County Rec s