Obituary for Mr. Paul Causey member of the Western Guilford community and sports family

Posted by Andy Durham on May 27, 2013 at 11:09 am under High School | 2 Comments to Read

from www.news-record.com and puublished in the News and Record on May 27, 2013…..

GREENSBORO — Paul Causey has gone to be with the Lord on May 25, 2013. Born November 10, 1938, he is preceded in death by his parents, Scott and Elizabeth Causey, his brothers and sister, Raymond, Grady, and Sarah Causey.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Sue Causey, his son, Bryan Causey and his wife Margaret, and their children, Jordan, Kayla and Josh, and his son, Chris Causey and his wife, Ashley, and their children, Colton and Sydney.

He is also survived by his sister in law, Annie Dell, his brother, Elmer, his sisters, Virginia and her husband, Bill Evans, and Frances Shelton, and his brother in law, Frank and Kathy Lawson, and many beloved nieces and nephews.

Paul was a graduate of Bessemer High School. He joined the United States Air Force and served 4 years overseas. He attended UNC-Chapel Hill and graduated with his business degree in 1964. He worked in pharmaceutical sales. He was very active in his community coaching and impacting young people. He was an active member of Guilford College United Methodist Church. He loved his family. He was an avid supporter of Western Guilford High School.

Family will have visitation on Monday, May 27, 2013 from 6:00 to 8:00 at Forbis and Dick Funeral Service, 5926 W. Friendly Avenue. The funeral will be held at Guilford College United Methodist Church at 1:30 on May 28, 2013, followed by a graveside service at Lakeview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Guilford College United Methodist Church, Western Guilford Football or Baseball booster clubs, or the Hospice Beacon Place.

Offer online condolences at www.forbisanddick.com


  • John S. Iorio said,

    Mr. Causey was a man of intense moral courage and conviction. Discipline, honesty, loyalty, integrity, commitment to family (he considered WG his extended family) were his defining values. And he was interested as well as interesting. He had a young-minded spirit and intellectual curiosity that made him one of the great conversationalists I have known. His optimism was infectious. In his presence, one could feel everything getting a little better. He was generous with his time and his love. He had aspirations for all of us to be that way. After every conversation, every single one, he would remind me again: ” Don’t forget to hug the babies.” He always hugged his. My heart is broken for all who loved this great man.

    John S. Iorio

  • Andy Durham said,

    I think you will see a lot of other schools represented there tonight along with Western Guilford…..