Surfside victim Cassondra Stratton was model, actress, Pilates instructor

Surfside victim Cassondra Stratton was model, actress, Pilates instructor


Cassondra Billideau-Stratton split her time between Miami and New York City, working jobs as a model, an actress and a Pilates instructor. 

Billideau-Stratton, a native of New Orleans, was one of 98 people killed June 24 when the 12-story Champlain Tower South condominium building collapsed.

She was on the telephone with her husband and was in the couple’s fourth-floor apartment, according to published reports. Her husband, Michael Stratton, told the New York Times she described seeing a sinkhole in the pool deck moments before the line went dead.

Police confirmed that Billideau-Stratton was a victim of the building collapse. She was 40 years old.

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Cassondra Billideau-Stratton, 40, was killed in the June 24, 2021 partial collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominium building in Surfside.

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“Cassie meant so much to so many, and everything to me,” Michael Stratton said in prepared remarks posted to a memorial Facebook account.



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