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2B Wednesday, Jan, 24, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, J htly Jean Mix Betty Jean Mix, 68, died Sat- urday, Jan. 13, 2001, at her resi- dence in Oroville. She was born May 2, 1932, in Baldrock, and lived in West- wood for 45 years, just recently moving to Oroville. Betty had been employed as a housekeeper, retiring after 20 years of service with Plumas Pines Resort at Lake Almanor. She was a devoted mother and grandmother who enjoyed crocheting and embroidery. Betty was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, George Mix, in 1998; son, Sam- muel; and sisters, Etheda Brown and Evelyn Archuleta. She is survived by her chil- dren, Immanuel George Mix, Daniel Ira Mix, Goody Swish- er, Dawn Mix, Shawna Mix and Fawna Mix, all of West- wood, and Charmaine Mix of Sacramento; brother, Albert Martin of Oroville; and 11 grandchildren. Visitations were held Thurs- day, Jan. 18, at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel in Chester from 5-8 p.m. A celebration of her life was held Friday, Jan. 19, at 1..p.m., at the Chester Church of Christ, with inter- ment to follow in the Chester District Cemetery. The family requests any do- nations in her memory be made to the Chester Church of Christ Joy Bus Program, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- matory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Janet Claire Cayot Janet Claire Cayot, 85, died Jan. 2, 2001, at Rideout Memor- ial Hospital in Marysville. A native of LaPorte, she was born Oct. 9, 1915, and had lived in LaPorte since 1972, coming from Prescott, Ariz. In the 40s and 50s, she lived in Win- nemucca and Battle Mountain, Nev. Mrs. Cayot worked with her son in a Bay Area contracting business after her retirement. She worked for the CAA (now the FAA) at airports in Ari- zona, northern California, Utah and Nevada as an aircraft communications operator, re- tiring in 1972. She worked for the Forest Service in LaPorte and was a high school gradu- ate of Livermore. She was a member of the La- Porte Fire Department and the LaPorte Happy Hookers Ladies' Group and a secretary of the LaPorte Pines Country Club. She received the Lotta Crabtree Award from the Frank C. Riley Chapter 5978, E. Clampus Virus. Surviving are daughter, Lin- da Donahue Dufurrena of De- nio; and son, James Gibson of San Jose. A memorial service is sched- uled for July 7 at the LaPorte Cemetery. Hilda A. Davies Hilda A. Davies, 91, died Jan- uary 11, 2001, in Vista from complications arising from cancer. Born Hilda Albertina Seiler, July 3, 1909, in Brig, Switzerland, Hilda emigrated with her family to the United States in 1913. Hilda, her sister Sophie Tschopp, and her brother, Harry Seiler, were reared in San Francisco. In 1930, she married Leo Britschgi. They had two daughters, Carolyn Edmond- son and Ann Marie Edmond- son, and lived in the San Fran- cisco area. Then, in 1947, Hilda married Llewellyn W. Davies and began her sojourn in the Sierra Nevada Moun- tains. She raised her daugh- ter, Amber Prank, and her son, Bill Davies, in Lake Almanor. In 1972, she moved to Sierra City. She loved the mountains and found peace living under the tall pines and cedars. During her lifetime, she was a secretary, post-mistress (in Prattville), wonderful mother, and quite a lady. She loved tennis, bridge and music. Hfl- da will be missed by her four children, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Interment will be in Sierra City at a later date. Donations in her name can be made to Sierra Hospice, Chester or Seneca Hospital Long Term Care. Rinaldo "Ray" Taroli Rinaldo "Ray" Taroli, 74, died Thursday, Jan. 18, 2001, at Seneca District Hospital in Chester. He was born September 30, 1926, in San Jose. Ray moved to Chester in 1984 from San Jose, where he had resided for 57 years. An avid hunter and fisherman, he had visited the Chester/Lake Almanor area for many years prior to becom- ing a full-time resident. Ray was a material fabrica- tion specialist at San Jose State, retiring after 22 years of service. He served with the Merchant Marines during World War II. A master mechanic and fab- ricator, Ray will be remem- bered for his outstanding abili- ty to work with and repair all types of materials. He was preceded in death by four brothers, and one sister. Ray is survived by his wife of almost 54 years, Martha, of Chester; daughters, Diane Ro- driguez and Gail Taroli, both of Chester; son, Stan Vaughn of San Jose; sister, Diane Soul6 of San Jose; eight grandchil- dren; and two great-grandchil- dren. Following cremation, a pri- rate family celebration of his continued to practice her voca- life will be held at a later date. tion by voluntarily caring for The family requests any dona- those in need throughout the tions in his memory be madecommunity. to Sierra HoSpice, c/o A loving wife, mother and Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- grandmother, Pat's family was matory, P.O. Box 803, the joy of her life and always Greenville, CA 95947. came first. She was active as a 4-H youth leader, where she Jacqueline Patricia taught cooking. She helped "Pat" Murray with both the Brownies and Jacqueline Patricia "Pat" Girl Scouts as her daughters Murray, 71, died Saturday, were growing up. She enjoyed Jan. 20, 2001, at Enloe Commu- the outdoors, especially work- nity Hospital in Chico. ing in her garden, caring for She was born Nov. 24, 1929, her animals and will be re- in Chico, to Indian Valley membered for her daily walks ranching pioneers Lee and with her dogs. She was a Carrie JOhnson. She resided in staunch advocate for recy- the Indian Valley area all her cling. life, except for a brief period of She was preceded in death time to attend college, by her sister, Barbara Jean Pat had attended the old Tay- Hall, in 1979. lorsville Elementary School Pat is survived by her hus- and graduated from Greenville band of 44 years, Robert "Bob" High School in 1947. She went Murray of Greenville; son, on to attend St. Luke's Nursing David Murray of Indian Val- College in San Francisco, ley; daughters, Sandra L. where she graduated as a Reg- "Sandy" Murray of Clear istered Nurse in 1952. Follow- Creek, and Carol Dunham of ing graduation, she was era- Greenville; and seven grand- ployed for a short period of children. time at Sutter Hospital in Following cremation, a cele- Sacramento, returning to Indi- bration of her life was held an Valley a short time later to Tuesday, Jan. 23, at St. Antho- care for her ailing father, ny's Catholic Church in Although Pat was never era- Greenville. Inurnment will ployed as an RN locally, she take place in the Greenville Free tax assistance moderate income AARP Tax-Aide volunteers tax returns, both federal and are again providing free assis- state if available, and 2000 fed- tance to all low or moderate in- eral and state income tax book- come taxpayers. The volun- lets received in the mail. Also, teers are trained to complete bring all Form 1099s and W2s basic income tax forms and an- relating to 2000. Walk-in ser- swer your tax questions, vice will be available at all lo- Tax-Aide volunteers are cations. trained in cooperation with Quincy: Veterans Hall, 274 the IRS and are knowledgeable Lawrence St.--starting Feb. 1, about federal and state income every Thursday from 9 a.m.-1 taxes, p.m. (283-2212) This year, individuals may Portola: Veterans Hall, 449 be eligible for the $500 child w. Sierra Ave.--starting Feb. credit or the earned income 6, every Tuesday from 9 a.m. -1 credit. Income tax forms can p.m. (283-2212) be complicated and AARP's Greenville: Nutrition Cen- trained volunteers will be ter,,Hwy. 88 at fire station - available to help at no cost. starting Feb. 7, every Wednes- Tax assistance will be avail- day from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. able from Feb. 1 to April 15. (28,3-2212). For assistance, bring 1999 If you have Medicare or Private Insurance, You may be eligible to receive your: Diabetic supplies at NO Cost To You! For more information call Diabetic Supply Program Toll Free 1-888-466-2678 (no I:IMO patients, please) District Cemetery at a later date. The family requests any donations in her memory be We want to made to the donor's favorite Williams and charity of choice, their comforting !: dad and granddad years. Thank Elena Wendel to the clinic and Elena Wendel was born to staffs for easing Michael and Sarah Wendel, of this final solution, 1 Blairsden, Jan. 5, 2001, at 8:54 cial thoughts to a.m., at Plumas District Hospi- Jim for being there, tal in Quincy. and for us. The new arrival weighed 6 To our friends pounds, 8 ounces, lorsville and Maternal grandparents are have given your Jeanne Seagle of Magalia, and your cards, food Stephen Gaddis of Green Riv- ence at the service, J er, Wyo. eased our sorroW. Paternal grandparents are God he is at rest, Louise Timpa and Michael E. Bruce Wendel, Sr., of Lake Charles, Dana Braak La. Dara Cave Elena joins Hannah, 7, and Michael, III, 2, at home. ECV Outpost 1911 Ancient and Clampers wish to the winner of our: wood raffle is "Tom ticket No. 3965261. We appreciate bution made by holders and confirm proceeds will be in our community. Thank you, Mililani Garcia Tapia Mililani Garcia Tapia was born to Misael and Brenilda Garcia Tapia, of Vinton, Jan. 9, 2001 at 12:04 p.m. at Eastern Plumas Healthcare in Portola. The new arrival weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 19 inches long. Maternal grandparent is Re- beca Vyllalobos de Tapia of Mexico. Paternal grandparents are Rosa de Garcia and Rodolfo Garcia. Mililani joins brother, Alan Misael Garcia, at home. iii::: i SHADETREE AUTO 283-9740 & lBllltl =IIWlPMi 4, I-lead Stones 4, Mmlml11mts 4. 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