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This profile was last updated on 2/14/02  and contains information from public web pages.

Acting Executive Director

Retirement Administration Agency
 
Background

Employment History

  • Administrator
    Fairfax's Retirement Administration Agency
  • Administrator
    Fairfax's Retirement
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Fairfax Official Accused of Embezzling (washingtonpost.com)
www.washingtonpost.com, 14 Feb 2002 [cached]
A senior Fairfax County employee, Don Allen McCorry, was arrested yesterday on a felony charge of embezzlement after a police officer complained of "inconsistencies" in his retirement account, county police said.
McCorry, 46, the retirement administrator of the county's Retirement Administration Agency, turned himself in at the Fairfax County jail and was being held on $1 million bond, police said.They said McCorry, who lives on Willard Street NE in the District, acted after learning that police had searched his office in Fairfax City on Tuesday.
Maj. Frank Kitzerow, commander of the Fairfax police department's Criminal Investigations Bureau, said the search turned up records and documents indicating "a misappropriation of funds."He said the investigation was at an early stage and that police could not estimate the amount of the alleged embezzlement.
Kitzerow said the police officer who triggered the investigation had left the force more than a year ago and was recently rehired.The officer "became concerned over inconsistencies regarding a transaction involving his retirement account and brought this to the attention of the Financial Crimes Section," a police statement said.Kitzerow declined to identify the officer.
County officials said McCorry has worked for the county about a dozen years and that his work involves payouts of retirement funds.In 1997, McCorry was appointed acting executive director of the Retirement Administration Agency when the previous director resigned.It was not immediately known how long he has served in that capacity.
Fairfax to Sue Va. Over Denied Claim In Embezzlement (washingtonpost.com)
www.washingtonpost.com, 6 Aug 2002 [cached]
In February, local authorities arrested Don A. McCorry, a senior financial manager, and charged him with stealing more than $1.2 million from county employees' retirement funds, apparently using a relative's trust fund to launder the money for as long as six years.
McCorry, 46, was the administrator of Fairfax's Retirement Administration Agency until shortly after his arrest.He is awaiting trial on embezzlement charges.
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www.wmdt.com, 18 Sept 2002 [cached]
Don McCorry entered a guilty plea yesterday in Fairfax CircuitCourt.The 46-year-old former administrator of Fairfax's RetirementAdministration Agency faces 150 years in prison when he issentenced.McCorry pleaded guilty to four counts each of embezzlement andcomputer fraud and three counts of forgery.McCorry's scheme surfaced early this year after a county policeofficer reported irregularities in his retirement savings account.Authorities then launched an investigation of the fund.
Former manager admits retirement embezzlement
www.dailypress.com, 18 Sept 2002 [cached]
Don A. McCorry, 46, who was the administrator of Fairfax's Retirement Administration Agency, faces 150 years in prison when he is sentenced on four counts each of embezzlement and computer fraud and three counts of forgery.
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Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Steve Shannon said Tuesday in Circuit Court that McCorry stole $1,098,312 since 1998.
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Shannon said that in 26 instances, McCorry doctored paperwork completed by employees who were withdrawing money from the retirement fund and putting it in other accounts.
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In each case, Shannon said, McCorry properly submitted the form so the employees would receive their money.
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But McCorry also made a copy of the form, altered it to reflect that the cash should go into his personal account and submitted it separately as an "emergency" request.
Officials said they have made changes in the Retirement Administration Agency and are awaiting an internal audit that could suggest additional fixes.
McCorry supervised a 21-member retirement office at an annual salary of $87,800, officials said.
Fairfax's three county-managed retirement systems have more than $3 billion in combined assets and cover about 21,800 active and retired employees of the county government and the police, fire and sheriff's departments, officials said.
Copyright © 2002, Daily Press
Don A. McCorry, 46, who was ...
valawyersweekly.com, 23 Sept 2002 [cached]
Don A. McCorry, 46, who was the administrator of Fairfax's Retirement Administration Agency, faces 150 years in prison when he is sentenced on four counts each of embezzlement and computer fraud and three counts of forgery.
McCorry's scheme surfaced early this year after a county police officer reported irregularities in his retirement savings account. Authorities then launched an investigation of the fund.
Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Steve Shannon said in circuit court that McCorry stole $1,098,312 since 1998.
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Shannon said that in 26 instances, McCorry doctored paperwork completed by employees who were withdrawing money from the retirement fund and putting it in other accounts.
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In each case, Shannon said, McCorry properly submitted the form so the employees would receive their money.
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But McCorry also made a copy of the form, altered it to reflect that the cash should go into his personal account and submitted it separately as an "emergency" request.
Officials said they have made changes in the Retirement Administration Agency and are awaiting an internal audit that could suggest additional fixes.
McCorry supervised a 21-member retirement office at an annual salary of $87,800, officials said.
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