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Car·ney

(kar'nē),
J. Aldan, U.S. pathologist, *1934. See: Carney complex.
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Carney died Sunday after a three-year cancer fight.
Memorial bunting was hung outside the fire districts stations Monday to honor Carney, 43, of Wadsworth.
Carney retired in December 2014 after being diagnosed with cancer.
Trina Renee Carney, 42, of Springfield, faces eight counts of first-degree theft, seven counts of felon in possession of a weapon, and unlawful possession of methamphetamine.
Her son Devon Carney, 21, of Eugene, faces nine counts of first-degree theft, first-degree burglary and second-degree burglary.
Trina Carney was arrested Friday while leaving an apartment on the 2700 block of Willakenzie Road in north Eugene.
While detectives were waiting for the search warrant, police said Devon Carney turned himself in to police, and also was arrested.
Mr Carney will be sincerely hoping such mistakes are a thing of the past.
y Eyebrows were raised when Carney was hired last November.
r y The appointment, sanctioned by George Osborne, was even more of a surprise as Carney had previously ruled himself out.
Mr Carney's basic salary of PS480,000 a year jumps to PS624,000 after cash in lieu of his pension.