“I guess if there was ever a "perfect gentleman", it had to be Dwight Causey. Tall, thin, quiet, polite, conversational, full of interesting informaion about Jensen's , and , most of all, ALWAYS SMILING. Bridget and I only had the pleasure of being his neighbor for 12 years, but in that time he honed a nitch in our lives and hearts ... and now our momories. Gladly he was alble to live in his home until the last days, and still had the comfort of his family around when he left to...
“Mr. Causey will be missed very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
“Prayers and sympathy to all the family during this difficult time.
Ben & Carol Parke, St. Paul Pres. Church, Greensboro
“Mr Causey was my Scout Leader in Boy Scouts. He was a Leader at St.Paul and someone I could look up to. What a great example he set for us. I had nothing but fond memories of him from church, scouts or when I was over hanging out(playing)with Mark.
Our Mom & Dad told me he was the real deal and I found that out on my own. Kay & I will be Praying for all the family in this time.....what a life celebration!
“Charlie and I were sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. We know he will be greatly missed. Your parants were very special to our family and we loved them very much. God Bless you all and know we are thinking of you at this time.
“I am so saddened by the loss of your father. I have such great memories all of your family growing up. I still wear the Coke t-shirt your dad gave me, and always smile when I do. I will be praying for all of you.
“It has been so many years but I remember Mr. and Mrs Causey as we were growing up at St. Paul. They were both always so kind and caring. Our Dad & Mom (Robert & Peggy Landreth) thought a lot of them both. I know you will all miss him, as I'm sure you have missed your Mom. The feeling of loss never seems to go away. But we know they are in a better place where there is only sunshine and rainbows! May God Bless you All!
“I would like to express sympathy to the family in the loss of Dwight.
Love and prayers,
Tula McMasters Brady Schenck
“Wishing you the love of family, and warm memories as you celebrate a life well lived - one which lives on in each and all of you today and always.
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Dwight Franklin Causey Charlotte, NC Dwight Franklin Causey, 86, passed away June 22 at his son's house in Charlotte. Dwight was a long-time resident of Greensboro before retiring to Garden City, S.C. with his wife Hilda in 1985. He retired from the local Coca-Cola Bottling Company where he was...Read More