Living Enrichment Center
Sunday April 17, 2005Living Enrichment Center:
Edward Morrissey, husband of embattled former church pastor Mary Manin Morrissey, admitted in federal court Wednesday that he defrauded members of his wife's church in soliciting $10.7 million in loans.
Thursday April 7, 2005Living Enrichment Center:
PORTLAND - The director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, Cory Streisinger, announced today an agreement with Mary Manin Morrissey and Edward Morrissey resolving allegations of violations of state securities laws. This agreement was reached in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Portland.
Wednesday April 6, 2005Living Enrichment Center:
Mary and Edward Morrissey agree to repay $10.7 million, but she won't be charged, and he faces federal prison
Saturday August 28, 2004Living Enrichment Center:
Sunday's services in Beaverton will be the last for the Living Enrichment Center, which is the focus of a criminal inquiry
Friday August 6, 2004Living Enrichment Center:
Authorities examine the Living Enrichment Center in Beaverton as it heads toward bankruptcy
Living Enrichment Center:
BEAVERTON, ORE. - The founder of a financially troubled Beaverton megachurch plans to file for personal bankruptcy to handle at least $1 million in debts.
Thursday March 25, 2004Living Enrichment Center:
Some members say the Living Enrichment Center, which is $20 million in debt, consistently minimized its money problems.
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