ACFE News: Trees Planted In Cresseys’ Honor On Member’s New Zealand Preserve


ACFE News 

Trees Planted In Cresseys’ Honor On Member’s New Zealand Preserve 

November/December 2010  

 

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Thomas Stazyk, CFE, CISA, CPA, and his wife, Mahruku, on their New Zealand preservation farm, CUE Haven.

Thomas Stazyk, CFE, CISA, CPA, and his wife, Mahruku, recently planted Kahikatea trees in honor of Dr. Donald R. Cressey, and his wife, Elaine, on the Stazyks’ New Zealand preservation farm, CUE Haven.             

Elaine Smythe Cressey-Ohlin, 89, died Aug. 6. Dr. Cressey, a renowned criminologist and the inspiration for the ACFE’s founding, died in 1987.

CUE Haven (short for Cultivating Understanding and Enlightenment) is 59 acres in Araparera, an hour north of Auckland. The Stazyks are converting the former cattle farm back to native forests and wetlands.

 


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