Clifford Scott Causey Obituary

Clifford Scott Causey

Nov 20, 1949-Feb 11, 2019
Resided in Dallas, Texas
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Clifford Scott Causey was a loyal friend, devoted father and loving husband. Passionate about technology, he was the owner of Dallas Media Center for many years with his wife, Cindy Ubben Causey. Scott  was born on November 20, 1949 in Birmingham, Alabama and briefly lived with his family in El Paso, Texas, before moving to Dallas. Upon graduation from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1967, he attended North Texas State University (now University of North Texas). It was there that he went to work for KDNT(AM)-Denton radio, as "Dave Scott," from 1967 – 1975. After his years as a D.J., he moved on to head up communications for the Denton Police Department and then worked for the Department of Public Safety in Garland. He married Robin Davidson in 1976 and they had two daughters, Erin Amanda and Sarah Diane.  Scott and childhood friend, Terry Starnes, started a landscape company in the 80s and launched a wedding videography business on the side. When Terry moved to Arkansas, Scott went into media production full time, discovering computers along the way. He married Cindy Ubben Mitchell in 1992, creating a larger blended family with Cindy’s children Adam and Molly and stepdaughter Traci. Together, Scott and Cindy opened Dallas Media Center in 2005 in the Lake Highlands area of Dallas. Scott was active in Highlands Christian Church where he served as Chairman of the Board in 1991. He also remained an integral part of the Thomas Jefferson Class of ‘67 Reunion Committee for 30 years, creating lasting friendships. He is survived by his wife, Cindy, children Erin, Sarah, Adam and his partner Corey Oliver, Molly and her husband Beau Wagener, and Traci Mitchell; grandchildren Lyla, Wren and Noah; mother Alice McFarlen, sister Diane Spear and husband Jeff; brother Mark Causey and wife Kelly; step-brothers Mike McFarlen and wife Kathy, John McFarlen and wife Billie; and many nieces and nephews. These few words cannot possibly create an accurate picture of this gentle, smart and funny man who touched so many lives. He will be loved and missed forever.

 


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Punzi Medical Center Feb 21, 2019
Friend, Carrollton Texas
Our Deepest Sympathy to all of you. May God bless you and your family at this time of deep sadness.
Bill Cherry Feb 25, 2019
Friend, Dallas Texas
Scott, Cindy and I became friends when Patty and I first moved to Dallas. I needed someone who knew how to do everything with computers and videos, and Scott turned out to be the man. Both of us had a love for radio broadcasting, and we knew a lot of the same people in the profession. So we enjoyed each other's company a lot. I'm shocked to have moments ago learned that Scott passed away, I'll darn sure miss him.
Ann Sury Feb 25, 2019
friend of Cindy, Dallas Texas
My condolences to you and your family. Thoughts and prayers to you Cindy, during this difficult time.
Lou Forte Feb 25, 2019
Co-worker/Friend, Plano Texas
Cindy, so sorry to hear of of your husband's passing. Take solace in the many wonderful memories and time you shared. Stay well.
Shawn McDonough Feb 26, 2019
friend, Atlanta Georgia
Dear Cindy, Dianne Kennedy sent out a JCP notice about your husband, and I just wanted to tell you how very sorry I am for your loss. I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Much love, Shawn McDonough
Elizabeth (Liz) Smith Mar 04, 2019
Coworker at JCP, Plano Texas
Cindy, I lost my husband last year in March. It is the hardest thing I have ever gone through. I’m praying for you and your family as you go through your new live without the love of your life. If you want to talk, I’m here for you. Call me sometime, 214-864-4167.

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