Capital Gazette wins special Pulitzer Prize citation for coverage of newsroom shooting that killed five



On February 24, 2004 at 4:05 in the afternoon, CHARLES G. CAVEY, JR., a retired employee with Computer Sciences Corporation. Born in Baltimore, MD, Mr. Cavey came to Brevard County in 1977. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Catherine Ann (Roberts) Cavey; sons, Michael Cavey and his wife Rose E. Lancelotta-Cavey of Ellicott City, MD., Charles G. Cavey, III of Baltimore, MD., and Laura Ann Baker of Titusville and her husband Mitchell D. Baker. Mr Cavey also survived by ten grandchildren, Shane, Derrick, Rachel, Christina, Mitchell, Miles, Michael, Megan, Hannah, Grace and Joshua, who pre-deceased Mr. Cavey in 1981. Mr Cavey was a part of the lives of many people, in many ways. He worked, played and loved his family, all to extremes and was a perfect role model as father, boss, mentor and friend. His examples have left many he came in contact with better off for knowing him. He was responsible for the successes of many with support, guidance, and sometimes stern leadership, but he always had a shoulder when it was needed. Viewing and Christian Wake service 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. on Friday February 27th at Church of Our Saviour Catholic Church, Cocoa Beach. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 A.M., Saturday, February 28th at Church of Our Saviour Catholic Church. Mr. Cavey preferred no flowers and instead, would really have appreciated contributions to Birthright of Cocoa Beach or Brevard Hospice and Palliative Care. Life and the opportunity to live it to the fullest was his cause. BECKMAN-WILLIAMSON FUNERAL HOME is in charge of arrangements. You may sign Mr. Cavey's guest book at

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