Canyon Lake resident celebrates milestone

Chuck Casey is pictured with his wife, Tracy, volunteering at a community event. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

Canyon Lake resident Chuck Casey recently celebrated a milestone—early retirement at age 55.

Casey bid farewell to his role as a utilities power generation manager for the City of Riverside, where he has been employed since 2003.

Now embracing retirement, Casey eagerly anticipates channeling his time and energy into running and expanding his arcade business. He owns 85 arcade games, located at 8 Bit Brewing Company in Murrieta and the Riverside Game Lab in Downtown Riverside.

Beyond the realm of arcade entertainment, Casey will remain committed to community involvement. He plans to continue assisting the Canyon Lake Car Club with its annual Car Show, developing leadership programs for nonprofit organizations, volunteering at the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, and mentoring students at Temescal Canyon High School on life and leadership.

Undeterred by the idea of slowing down, Casey has plans to travel more. The 12 trips he has planned this year include ventures to Mexico and Europe.

Casey’s retirement interests extend to the culinary realm. He owns multiple pizza ovens and is looking forward to spending more time perfecting his pizza-making skills.

“Retirement just makes me more busy,” Casey said, “Work was getting in the way. I love to be busy.”

Casey is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving from 1986 to 1994. He worked on nuclear-powered submarines.



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