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Warren Saunders

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Pilot

 
Background

Employment History

  • Saunders Decoys
  • Teacher
    The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art at Salisbury University
  • Pilot Program
    The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art at Salisbury University
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Warren Saunders in an earlier ...
www.northjersey.com, 8 Feb 2011 [cached]
Warren Saunders in an earlier court appearance.
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Warren Saunders in an earlier court appearance.
The pilot, Warren Saunders, was sentenced on Friday to one year of probation and was required to apologize as a condition of his probation.
The borough officials received the letters Tuesday.
In the letter, Saunders apologized for "the alarm and distress" that his actions on Oct. 13 caused to the mayor, governing body, Police Chief Frank Regino and the community.
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"I take full responsibility for my ill conceived and, in hindsight, misguided idea of dropping toilet paper from my airplane," Saunders wrote in the letter dated Feb. 1. "It was surely not my intention to be malicious, endanger anyone, or cause fear or panic in any way."
Saunders wrote that the flight was a "misbegotten" attempt to raise school spirit for an upcoming football game between Westwood High School and Mahwah to secure a spot in the conference playoffs.
He said he planned to create an aerial display by dropping red and white streamers on the football field just before kick-off.
Saunders had already provided the majority of the explanation in court in December, when he pleaded guilty to a single charge - a fourth-degree offense - of dropping objects, specifically toilet paper, from an aircraft in connection with the incident.
The incident violates a state statute prohibiting acrobatic flying over densely populated areas.
"Without doubt, it was the most serious lapse in good judgment I have ever made, and a mistake I shall never make again," Saunders wrote.
He apologized to the police department and commended the officers for the "kind" and "respectful" manner in which they treated him.
He also offered to make amends.
"If there is anything I can do by way of restitution to our community, please let me know and I will do everything in my power to comply."
The Federal Aviation Administration investigated the incident, but decided not to take any action against Saunders.
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I accept Mr. Saunders' apology. It was a lapse of judgment on his part. I know Mr. Saunders ...
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The pilot, Warren Saunders, was sentenced on Friday to one year of probation and was required to apologize as a condition of his probation.
The borough officials received the letters Tuesday.
In the letter, Saunders apologized for "the alarm and distress" that his actions on Oct. 13 caused to the mayor, governing body, Police Chief Frank Regino and the community.
...
"I take full responsibility for my ill conceived and, in hindsight, misguided idea of dropping toilet paper from my airplane," Saunders wrote in the letter dated Feb. 1. "It was surely not my intention to be malicious, endanger anyone, or cause fear or panic in any way."
Saunders wrote that the flight was a "misbegotten" attempt to raise school spirit for an upcoming football game between Westwood High School and Mahwah to secure a spot in the conference playoffs.
He said he planned to create an aerial display by dropping red and white streamers on the football field just before kick-off.
Saunders had already provided the majority of the explanation in court in December, when he pleaded guilty to a single charge - a fourth-degree offense - of dropping objects, specifically toilet paper, from an aircraft in connection with the incident.
The incident violates a state statute prohibiting acrobatic flying over densely populated areas.
"Without doubt, it was the most serious lapse in good judgment I have ever made, and a mistake I shall never make again," Saunders wrote.
He apologized to the police department and commended the officers for the "kind" and "respectful" manner in which they treated him.
He also offered to make amends.
"If there is anything I can do by way of restitution to our community, please let me know and I will do everything in my power to comply."
The Federal Aviation Administration investigated the incident, but decided not to take any action against Saunders.
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I accept Mr. Saunders' apology. It was a lapse of judgment on his part. I know Mr. Saunders ...
Charges were brought against pilot ...
www.flight-aviation.com, 18 Oct 2010 [cached]
Charges were brought against pilot Warren Saunders after he admitted to police that he dropped from his aircraft three rolls of toilet paper that landed near the active athletic fields of a New Jersey middle school, Wednesday evening.
Saunders Decoys.com - Saunders Decoys
www.saundersdecoys.com, 16 Aug 2006 [cached]
Warren Saunders Wildfowl Carver
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Noted Dorchester County waterfowl carver Warren Saunders was the Featured Carver for the Catawba Valley Woodcarvers Club 8th Annual 2009 Woodcarving Competition and Exhibition in conjunction with Klingspor's Woodworking Shop Extravaganza held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center in Hickory, North Carolina. Warren Saunders is in May's issue of Smithonian Magazine? Here is the link and you can click on his small thumbnail to see the larger photo. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/muskrat-love.html
EASTERN SHORE WATERFOWL CARVER INVITED TO CAPITAL HILL
Acclaimed Eastern Shore Waterfowl Carver, Warren Saunders, was invited to Capitol Hill for the 'Welcome Back' Reception for members of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus hosted by The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation. He was demonstrating chopping out a canvasback decoy with an ax. The event was attended by over 120 leaders of major conservation organizations, corporate partners and congressmen.
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Through a grant awarded by the Local Management Board of the Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area, high school students are learning to carve a Canvasback Drake Decoy under the direction of nationally acclaimed waterfowl carver Warren Saunders." (Taken from The Daily Banner, February 15, 2007)
WILDFOWL CARVER WARREN SAUNDERS ELECTED TO BOARD 2006 Warren Saunders,an award winning carver from Dorchester County, was elected to the Board of Directors of the prestigious Harve de Grace Decoy Museum. Harve de Grace Maryland is recognized as the Decoy Capitol of the World. "I was honored to get the call on October 29th from Ed Watt, President of the Board, congratulating me on my appointment to the Board. said Saunders. "The Museum is in a beautiful setting on the water and their Decoy and Wildlife Art Festival and competition is one I never miss, as a competitor and as a Judge. Also,it is a place where my students come to compete and if and when they beat me, it's a compliment." "Ronnie Rue is honored in the museum. He was one of my first teachers years ago."
In the spring 2006, Catharine Dawson the Director of Education for the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art at Salisbury University, asked Mr. Saunders to teach the Pilot Carving Program in the Public School System.
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In May 2006, Saunders taught basic carving in Ms. McElroy's Art Class at Mardela Middle and High School to 25 junior and senior high students.
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"They all wanted to continue to learn to carve," said Saunders. "It really captured their attention and the more focus, the less need for band aids.Carving will improve their concentration skills and they can take that with them through life."
Saunders teaching Pilot Carving Program in Public School.
Warren Saunders,Jr. is a highly recognized Eastern Shore Waterfowl Carver, who competes throughout the Eastern United States from Pennsylvania to Alabama.
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Warren was the featured Decoy Carver for the 2002 National Wildlife Refuge Friends Conference held at the Wyndham Hotel inWashington, D.C. He participated in the Pro Bass Shop Outdoor World 2002 through 2006 Fall Classics and the Maryland Duck and Goose Calling Championship for 2004 and 2006. He was the Grand National Carver of the Year 2005. He gives carving demonstrations at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Spa and Conference Center and he was commissioned to carve a full sized Great Blue Heron in flight, which gracefully hangs at the Visitor Center at Sailwinds in Cambridge, Maryland.
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Saunders competed in (2006) with a Ne Ne Goose (Hawaii) and Ross's Goose.
The pilot, Warren Saunders, ...
www.kcrg.com, 14 Oct 2010 [cached]
The pilot, Warren Saunders, has been charged with violating a state law that prohibits aerial stunts over densely inhabited areas or public gatherings. He's been released on his own recognizance.
Regino says Saunders was practicing to drop streamers in school colors before Westwood High School's football game Saturday.
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Saunders could not be reached for comment. There is no published telephone listing for his Westwood address.
Charges were brought against pilot ...
www.africanpilot.co.za, 10 Dec 2010 [cached]
Charges were brought against pilot Warren Saunders after he admitted to police that he dropped thee rolls of toilet paper from his aircraft that landed near the active athletic fields of a New Jersey middle school last Wednesday evening.
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