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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2001 3B husband fled to Germany as A memorial service will be Maternal grandparents are thank the Peninsula Fire De- Kniss, X-ray technician, were communist forces invaded Es- held in Quincy in the spring. Leonard and Gayla Ingrahampartment and the profession- professional and courteous. S,acbom h tonia in 1944. She and her fami- The family requests that do- of Birch Bay, Wash. als who responded to an acci- Without the above listed indi- 'ti Davis Scarborough, ly immigrated to Napa in 1949 nations in his memory be Paternal grandparents are dent on the evening of Dec. 13, viduals, and their genuine ;toT Thursday, Dec. 28, through the sponsorship of the made to the Plumas County Gordon and Jean Church of 2000. From the time the 911 care for the community, the ..... Lutheran Church of the Re-Museum, 500 Jackson St., Redding. . _ call was made to the time the tension my family and I felt )aeJ ,aCCidZtoSu C 7oe f Im deemer. Amanda was a mere-Quincy, CA 95971. Maternal great-granaparent first emergency personnel at- would not have dissipated. onl, . ber of the Lutheran Church of is Wanda Nikitouplos of Lake- rived was a matter of about Thank you again. " l born July 26, 1962, in the Redeemer and the church lwin Brooke Dunwo ly land, Fla. three to five minutes. TheDale Prosise nu . and had been a resi- choir. She loved her family and Edwin Brooke Dunwoody, ,r weather was heavy snow, and , s [.Lassen County for 21 garden. 93, died Friday, Jan. 5, 2001, at Bernice Karen Killington the quick response calmed the A heartfelt thank you to 'i mhad just recently re- She is survived by her sons, Indian Valley District Hospital Bernice Karen Killington tension and uncertainty. The everyone who helped with the m Arcata, where he Rein Plakk of Napa, and Tonu in Greenville. was born to Gretchen and Pc- following professional fire- Plumas County Sheriffs Asso- for the past four (Tony) plakk of Chester; sister, He was born Jan. 28, 1907, in ter Killington of Chilcoot Jan. fighters responded and assist- elation Needy Christmas. Spe- '] hile attending Hum- Helmi Jarv of Estonia; and five Havertown, Pa., and moved to 1, 2001, at 4:18 a.m. at the fatal- ed with the accident: E.M.T. cial appreciation to: Holiday Market, Ayoob's, Julie, Sonny m University. grandchildren. Indian Valley in September of ly's home in Chilcoot. Wayne Habel, E.M.T. Jacob O1- and Arthur. The "real Santos" .,. ilto mechanic by profes- Amanda was preceded in 1988 from Lakewood where he The new arrival weighed 6son, Paramedic Robert Pier- just finished the death by her husband, Rudolf had resided for 37years. pounds, 10 ounces and was 20- son, E.M.T. Andy Courtright are the citizens of 1/2 inches long. and E.M.T. Mike Roarty. Sher- Chester/Lake Almanor. May Nursing Program at Plakk, in 1965; and her sister, Edwin was employed for 44 Bernice joins William, Ben- iff's Deputies Chad Hudsonyou be blessed for your gen- n: State University. MeetaVennik, in 1995. years with Insurance Co. ofnie, Westley and Bayley atand Dean Canalia also re- erosity. s F liked both water and Funeral services were heldNorth America where he re- home. sponded and assisted. Chester Substation | iing A great enjoy- Thursday, Dec. 28, at Tread- tired as an insurance manager. Carol Morgenroth ......... At Seneca Hospital, Dr. his life was spending way & Wigger Funeral ChapelAn avid sportsman, he was a .... ......... Ward, Paramedic Dan Francis, _his children. He will in Napa. Interment followed at former professional baseball bered for his ability TulocayCemeteryinNapa. player for the Philadelphia I would like to publiclyMichelle Marlo and Cindy up a conversation Memorial contributions may Quakers of the former mne at anytime. Heat- made to the Lutheran Philadelphia FiaaacialLeague, Annual pok run set f pr February r ,Lassen High School C urch of the,Redeemer, 1796 where he was a starting pitch- 1982. Elm Street, Napa, CA 94559, or er. A current member of Mt. r Elreceded in death by to a favorite charity. Hough Men's Golf Club, he en- By Mmcy V thl n village safely. A host of other activities will bring more of nail_met, Charles W. Scar- joyed participating in tennis Staff Writer responsibilities include work- the community members out to tin 1974. Despite the fact that it's nec- ing the registration table, han- participate in the day's event. isurvived by his chfl- Hhlcry H. Weiss . and bowling. Ed was a long- oelle Joy ScarhoroughHarry H. Weiss, 88, died time member of the Mt. Juraessary to move high into the dling door prizes, selling T- The Feb. 17 weekend will be William Scarbor- Dec. 30, 2000. Gem and Mineral Society. Hetree line to find snow around shirts, food service, and just jammed with activity for the also liked to travel, the Lake Almanor Basin, the pitching in with any task need- club, as they sponsor their own He was a recipient of the Sil- Edwin was preceded in dea bare background hash t ing completion. both of Susanville;ver Star and was a life member event and assist with two other Charles and Joyce of the VFW. by his wife of 67 years, Isabe, seemed to dim the enthusiasm Excitement does abound this snowmobile events planned for rOugh of Janesville;Harry was a retired golf pro in February of 2000; two sisters and planning efforts of the year, with the club's ability to weekend one of Winterfest.The Tr, Jonathan C. Scarbor- of 37 years from the Feather and three brothers. Lake Almanor Snowmobile set up the village on the newly Chester/Lake Almanor Cham- 8an Francisco; sister,River Inn and was a member of He is survived by his son, Club for the annual poker run completed snowmobile park,ber of Commerce will be host- r S " cmto of Anchorage, the PGA. Bruce Dunwoody of Tay- it hosts each President s Day located on the corner of county ing snowmobile drag races and and grandmother, He was preceded in death by lorsville; two granddaughters; weekend, road A-13 and Highway 36. the first ever snowmobile hill 2. I)avis of Eugene, Ore. his wife of 52 years, Hazel; and three great-granddaughters;Confident that the necessary Highly visible to passersby, the climb up the Stover Mountain ing cremation a cele- two step-children, Catherine and two great-grandsons, snow will be lying on the club is hoping that the sight of Ski Hill that same weekend. i Ofhis life was held Jan. Landini and Louis Landini.Graveside services were held ground when the time arrives, so many colorful machines and United Methodist Harry is survived by step-in the Taylorsville District the club moved forward Jan. 2 n, ..ia SusanviUe. Inurn- children, John, Fred and Cemetery at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, by assigning members to work take place at a later Charles O'Donnell, and Anita Jan. 7, 2001. A great joy in Ed s crews, voting on the new de- w, the Janesville Ceme-Knight; 12 grandchildren; life was that of helping those in sign for this year s club T-shirt L tfa ily requests any do- many great-grandchildren; sis- need, so the family asks that and deciding where the village ters-in-law; nieces; nephews; any donations in his memorywill be set up. in his memory be and friends, be made to the Indian Valley The village is the comfort to either the AmericanBurial will take place at Holy Food Pantry, P.O. Box 8, zone on a cold day, where club r Society or the Ameri- Cross Cemetery. Greenville, CA 95947. members and participants reart Association, c/o [ laa Mortuary and Cre- Stark p.o. Box 53, Quincy, Ronald Stark Marsh, 69, . .t 1. passed away Jan. 1, 2000, inEmd Jmm ',~ Ma~dfnrd t3rP with hi~ dough ;mily Jane Piesch was born to Carl and Kristin Plesch of Rufener tel .u u at L, Lunv .,,s a ............... ; 0wenRufener, 56,,y^-"*'-" .... rorto[a uec. li, zone, at r: y, De, q.: 31, 2000, of a He was born March 18 1931 a.m. at Washoe Medical Cen- ttack his residence in " ' . ' ter .ay Valley. r S ntRafaneL? 96 's-ahQe m Y pouh :e;oarrT:la elwgh:d: born April 8, 1944, in worked for Plumes County un- . ..... " 1989 he moved to But- i/z mcnes long til retiring from the Plumas .... . _ e alley from Gardena. ^ ..... aternai granoparents are JL ~,.~*. -'--'J,.OO~,,.~.~t.~,t O V~a~ J6&~ J.o',J..,,. R -- ~ ~,~ --. ,,,,..,,,i. 4 a mechanic by pro.t onma ......... serveo m me uni---tea ..a_ ann_ ratue wmmms Working in the indus- " r" Ko- rortota. States Air Force du mg the Pa Over 30 years. He had .............. f ternal grandparents are tly been employed by r ean war. tiewas a memtnroCarl Piesch of Redding and mumas uro cnapter ot Ci ........ ummpus Vitus. He enjoyea [ Mac as a handyman. ^ .... ; auy ann terry r astourn o[ a great love for his photography, backpacking andGr' - - r - surroundings and fishing.. An. avid history enth. u- land eat-granaparemSand Phylis Cross aofeLoy. e- _atching and caring for siast, oonated many nours . alton He also enjoyed theat the Plumes County Museum [ .through camping andin Quincy. ath by Isabelle Reese Church Xaag for gold. Gary will . He was preceded in de, . Isabelle Reese Church was bered by many for al-his mother, Ruth Marsla; ann h ............ his longtime companion, J - Church of Lake Almanor .iagavailable in a time ack ,,,,,- to ateve anu zaml .__.. survived by his wifeI' 's le WardlOW.Ronald is survived by his" "Ia aPeninsula Dec. 24, 2000, at 2:46m ther, Malcolm Marsh of Napa;The new arrival weighed 7 of Butterfly " " " . at Seneca in Chester. son, Darreld of and daughters, M'chelle Ebel pounds, 3 ounces and was 20- i to_wn; sisters, Maxine of Camp Verde, Ariz., and Roni 1/2 inches long. Hesperia, and Mar- Marsh of Medford, Ore. I _.ey of Riverside. ing crematin' a pri" Ii ' lebration of his life will I at the family residence rI1y Valley. .fa ily requests any no- If you have Medica or Private Insurance, be made to Plumas An. Welfare Society You may be eligible to recetve- your: c/o FehrmanMor. Dlab pplles at Crematory, P.O. Box * etic su " Zl'r ' cA 95971" NO Cost To You! [ cla V. Plakk, 93, died in For more Information call home, Saturday, Dec. Dmbet c Supply Program Toll Free ~ative of Virumaa, I-OOa-~lOO-~O/a she had been a resi- (no HMO patients, please) for .s, 25 yean e eflence wi.lh Social Securi@ Disabill and SSI cases m all levels of appeal If you're totally disabled and expect to be out of work 12 mon{hs or more, .y.ou may merit Social ] "l i g hts I Disability even,f you ve..b n p.r iously ill al I denied. Any reason may qualify: acc oent, I Ill I rtke a high-flying adven- mental or physical illness, on-the-job or off-the- I]| ] and learn about job injury. Laws are.beingtigh!ened. Qualified illlll representation is critical..uisaoility,Associates I i]1 I at the same time. can take your case to every evel, I HI I pilots and members including court, l HI f SusanviUe's F_AA Call for FREE consultation ' Pter 794 continue to D W" i ght to seventeen-year (775) 825 1616 . 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