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September 11, 2005
On September 9, 2005 WILLIE HEYWARD, of Forest Hill, beloved husband of Elvira Ricci Causey. The family will receive friends at the Evans Funeral Chapel-Bel Air, 3 Newport Drive (Rts 23 & 24-Forest Hill) on Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Entombment Bel Air Memorial Gardens.
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By Jeff Seidel and For The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2012
Sara Carter and Erin Causey met during their freshman year at Hereford. The two girls discovered they had a number of similarities and eventually became best friends. Both girls loved running, and they were very good, especially in cross country. Carter finished second in the Class 3A state championship race last year while Causey was fifth as Hereford dominated the rest of field to win a second consecutive team title. Now juniors, Carter and Causey are team captains this season as they aim to bring a third straight state championship to the Baltimore County school.
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NEWS
April 15, 2003
On April 9, 2003 MARION SPAULDING CAUSEY, loving mother of Paul Franklin Causey III, devoted sister of Gloria S. Cruciano of Wilmington, DE., and Sandra S. Weiss of Thurmont, MD., dear grandmother "Grandie" to Kirsten, also survived by many loving family and friends. Funeral services to be held on Saturday April 19, 2003 beginning at 11 A.M. at Mays Chapel United Methodist Church-Stone Chapel. Interment Mays Chapel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland or Animal Rescue Inc., P.O. Box 35, Maryland Line, MD., 21105.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2012
The Hereford girls have won six straight Baltimore County indoor track and field championships and regional titles three of the past four winters. But the Bulls had never captured a state title. The No. 3 Bulls ended that drought Tuesday night when they outlasted Milford Mill to win the first indoor state title in school history. The Bulls scored 65 points to beat the Millers (54) and win the Class 3A championship at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex. "This has been our goal all season," Hereford coach Brad Duvall said.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | May 25, 2008
Paul E. Causey, a retired Carroll County educator, died of congestive heart failure May 18 at Carroll Hospital Center. The longtime Westminster resident was 81. Mr. Causey was born and raised in High Point, N.C. During and after World War II, he was a carpenter's mate in the Navy aboard Landing Tank Ship 218 in the Pacific from 1944 to 1946. He earned a bachelor's degree in biology and physical education in 1950 from Elon College. He also held a master's degree equivalent, family members said, after studying at the University of Maryland and Northern Illinois, Northeastern and Lincoln universities.
BUSINESS
By Houston Chronicle | November 16, 2006
HOUSTON -- Richard Causey, Enron Corp.'s former top accountant whose affable nature earned him the nickname of "Pillsbury Doughboy" at a company known for its ruthless culture, will serve 5 1/2 years in prison for his role in perpetuating its sprawling fraud. "There were improper things done at Enron. Some of those things were done by me, and for that I am profoundly sorry," a visibly nervous Causey told U.S. District Judge Simeon Lake before learning his punishment. "However, as God is my witness, I never did anything to enrich myself," Causey said.
BUSINESS
By THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS | December 29, 2005
HOUSTON --A guilty plea by Enron's former accounting chief yesterday strongly boosted the government's conspiracy and securities fraud case against the ill-fated company's founder, Kenneth L. Lay, and former chief executive Jeffrey K. Skilling, lawyers say. Richard A. Causey, 45, was scheduled for trial with Lay and Skilling next month, but he entered a plea agreement with prosecutors in exchange for a promised maximum seven-year prison sentence....
BUSINESS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 30, 2005
At a top Enron management meeting in September 2001, a red-faced Richard A. Causey, the chief accounting officer, pounded the table after hearing his colleagues label the company's accounting practices as "aggressive." According to executives in the room, Causey fumed that he considered such criticism a personal affront, adding that he would stake his career on the propriety of Enron's accounting. On Wednesday, more than four years later, Causey entered a Houston courtroom and pleaded guilty to a single count of securities fraud, admitting that the way Enron accounted for its financial performance presented a false portrait to investors for at least two years.
BUSINESS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 28, 2005
In a development that transforms the criminal case against Enron's former top officers, the company's former chief accounting officer has reached an agreement with prosecutors to plead guilty to violating federal law during his employment there, people briefed on the decision said yesterday. The former accounting officer, Richard A. Causey, had been viewed by lawyers in the case as likely to strike a plea deal with prosecutors and possibly serve as a witness for the government in the coming trial of two former chief executives of Enron, Kenneth L. Lay and Jeffrey K. Skilling.
BUSINESS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,Evening Sun Staff | April 11, 1991
The Grumman Corp. aircraft parts plant in Baltimore County today laid off 19 of its 200 workers as part of a corporate-wide effort to reduce the work force by 1,900 employees by the end of the year."
SPORTS
October 19, 2010
The standout freshman captured the Baltimore County cross country championship on Saturday at Dulaney, running the 5K course in a time of 19 minutes, 38 seconds to lead the Bulls to their first team title since 1984. Causey overwhelmed the field, earning a 12-second win over Loch Raven's Emily Ruppel, who finished in 19:50. Hereford had finished in second place for eight straight years prior to Saturday's breakthrough. Causey, who maintains a 4.0 grade-point average, also has enjoyed a third-place finish at Bel Air's Bobcat Invitational and was Hereford's top finisher at its Bull Run, placing seventh.
BUSINESS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | November 15, 2009
Joyce Anne Causey, a retired Social Security Administration supervisor who later became a real estate agent, died of cancer Nov. 5 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The longtime Cedarcroft resident was 76. Miss Causey was born and raised in Tarboro, N.C. She earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Meredith College in Raleigh, N.C.. in 1955. After earning a master's degree in sociology from North Carolina State University, she worked briefly as a social worker before taking a job with the SSA in North Carolina.
NEWS
November 9, 2009
On November 5, 2009, Joyce Anne Causey, A graveside service will be held in the Riverside Christian Church Cemetery, Grifton, NC on Tuesday, November 10 at 11:00 AM. Memorial contributions should be directed in Joyce A. Causey's name ('55) to the Alumnae Legacy Scholarship Fund, c/o Billie Jo Kennedy Cockman ('79), Meredith College, 3800 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27607-5298. Arrangements by the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc. (410)-377-8300 or S.G. Wilkerson Funeral Home, Greenville, NC (252)
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,Sun reporter | July 28, 2008
During his yearlong deployment in Iraq, Maryland National Guard Col. Sean Casey missed Maryland's color - a world where everything wasn't dark tan or dark green. Maj. Jared Lake had a hunger for Papa John's pizza and a day with his 5-year-old son. And Staff Sgt. Brian Dudley was missing his kids' basketball games and sleeping in a comfortable bed. Yesterday the sacrifices - great and small - of Maryland's citizen soldiers were recognized by elected officials, including Gov. Martin O'Malley.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | May 25, 2008
Paul E. Causey, a retired Carroll County educator, died of congestive heart failure May 18 at Carroll Hospital Center. The longtime Westminster resident was 81. Mr. Causey was born and raised in High Point, N.C. During and after World War II, he was a carpenter's mate in the Navy aboard Landing Tank Ship 218 in the Pacific from 1944 to 1946. He earned a bachelor's degree in biology and physical education in 1950 from Elon College. He also held a master's degree equivalent, family members said, after studying at the University of Maryland and Northern Illinois, Northeastern and Lincoln universities.
BUSINESS
By Houston Chronicle | November 16, 2006
HOUSTON -- Richard Causey, Enron Corp.'s former top accountant whose affable nature earned him the nickname of "Pillsbury Doughboy" at a company known for its ruthless culture, will serve 5 1/2 years in prison for his role in perpetuating its sprawling fraud. "There were improper things done at Enron. Some of those things were done by me, and for that I am profoundly sorry," a visibly nervous Causey told U.S. District Judge Simeon Lake before learning his punishment. "However, as God is my witness, I never did anything to enrich myself," Causey said.
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | April 10, 2006
WASHINGTON -- It may be the only talk-radio station in America where federal workers won't get bashed. On WFED Federal News Radio, 1050 AM, the region's army of bureaucrats is the target audience, tuning in to the low-power station's Silver Spring signal from as far north as Columbia and Fort Meade. It's a concept that could work only in the Washington area: 24 hours of daily programming on federal pay, retirement benefits, contract management and the occasional dig at politicians - spiced up with programs such as Who's Your Data?
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