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2B Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS Grace Bulla Keller I Longtime Gene- see Valley/Indi- an Valley resi- dent Grace Bulla Keller passed from this life Jan. 4, 2010. She died peacefully in her home in Genesee, sur- rounded by two of her chil- dren and three grandchil- dren. Grace was born May 19, 1911, in Randleman, N. C., the third oldest in a Quaker family of three brothers and eight sisters born to Allie Marsh Vuncannon and Thomas Jefferson Bulla. She grew up in High Point, N.C., and was educated at Guilford College until the Great Depression forced her to help support the large family. She was married to her first love, Tommy Taylor, in the years before WW II, but was widowed in late 1942. She met and married her husband of 36 years, Rex Ed- win Keller, while working in Washington, D.C., during the war. Rex, originally from a Colorado hardrock mining family, was then a major in the army. After the war they moved to southern California and later to Baja California, Mex- ico, where they developed a small mine and milling oper- ation in the outback south of La Paz. There she raised their three children, home school- ing them through their mid- dle grammar school years. After eight years the family moved back to their home in the hills above West Holly- wood, where Grace worked as a school teacher. Rex passed away in 1979, and Grace moved to Plumas County to live near her son, Gordon, and his wife, Jeanette Brauner, and their two children. During those years, Grace lived in one of several homes she built dur- ing her life, became a local health food guru (a lifelong passion), and actively pur- sued her love of music. She performed around Plumas County with her friends as the Melodeers and "Grace and Love." Grace was well known lo- cally for her energy and en- thusiasm for exercise, health food (her "green drink" re- mains a well known concoc- tion), bridge and being the matriarch of a large extend- ed musical family, Amazing Grace. She was always ex- tremely enthusiastic about life--positive to the very end, saying every day was the best day of her life! In 2006, at age 95, Grace moved to Eugene, Ore., with daughter, Gall and husband Palmer Utterback and their family, who cared for her in their home. There she found new friends and continued her love of music, performing with family, friends, and occa- sionaUy with a popular local group, the Sugar Beets. She finally had to hang up her autoharp, but loved to lis- ten and harmonize with famil- iar songs until the very end. She is survived by her two youngest sisters, Ann Grant and Winkle Rotello; her chil- dren, Donald, Gordon and Gall; her grandchildren, Monica and Melissa, Daniel and Alyne Rose, and Katie, Danny and Jimmy and a host of nieces and nephews. established 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES * SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE 1 iO PACIFIC ST. P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.COM You can make a difference in the life of a child. cCc 0 rt ll' poSr t edS pet, ell Advocotes FOR CHILDREN PLUMAS CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates are specially trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to advocate for the best interests of an abused, neglected or abandoned child. Volunteer Training begins March 2 Call 283-2227 for more information info@plu mascasa.org 25 years experience with Social Security glsahllity' and SSI cases at all levels of appeal NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS I DISABILITY 10% off all HearthStone Stoves (775) 825-1616 )U-FREE 1-877-832-8757 se habla espa5ol DISABILITY ASSOCIATES / A celebration of Grace's life will take place in late May'or early June in Gene- see, around the time of her birthday and when family and friends can attend. A tribute to Grace and some of her life and music can be found on YouTube-- under Grace Keller--and her favorites, "Ripple" and "Ap- ple Tree Song." Jerry Drew Spurlock Jerry Spurlock passed away Jan. 22, 2010, in Wil- lows; he was born Jan. 19, 1934, in Willows, to Claire and Marjorie Spurlock. He is survived by his wife, Hollis, brother Jim, children Hank (Nancy) Spurlock of Clatskanie, Oregon and Pinie (Vince) Minat of Elk Creek; grandchildren Jessie, Holly, Erin, Pete, Scott and Caleb, and six great-grand- children. Jerry graduated from Wil- lows High School with the class of 1951. He married Hollis Burrows May 11, 1952, in the Elk Creek Church. Twins Hank and Pinie were born Nov. 16, 1953. Jerry spent his life as a successful farmer and ranch- er in partnership with his brother, Jim, in Glenn and Plumas counties. He was the owner of two ranches that have been in his family more than 100 years. He enjoyed working on his ranches and running his Walker hounds. He was Papa Jerry to his grandchildren and Spur to his friends. Jerry was a member of Willows Christian Church; he served on the Glenn County LAFco board, the board of directors for the Plumas-Sierra Cattleman and the Glenn County Farm Bureau. He was also a mem- ber of the CHA and NRA. Funeral services were held Jan. 27, 2010, at Elk Creek Com- munity Church in Elk Creek. Jerry was laid to rest at the Elk Creek Cemetery, pallbearers were grandsons Pete Spurlock, Scott Minto and Caleb Spurlock, and An- thony Sunseri, Van Probst and Dean Conard. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of your choice or the NRA. DEATH NOTICES Casper John Sheets Casper John Sheets, 80, of Graeagle, died Jan. 8, 2010, in Reno, Nev. He was born Feb. 28, 1929, in California, Pa. Survivors include his wife, Louise Sheets; sons Barry Sheets and Jeffrey Sheets; Debra Kent, Greta Hill and Arden Gillberg. No services are scheduled. Memorial donations may be made to the Graeagle Community Church. Richard Allyn Bacon Jr. Richard Allyn Bacon Jr., born July 4, 1941, died Jan. 16, 2010. The former Portola resi- dent is survived by his fa- ther, Richard A. Bacon ST., sister Cheryl Edwards and family, daughter Teri Lynn Bacon, sons Steve Bacon and Brian Bacon, five grandsons and two granddaughters. He is preceded in death by his mother, Maxine Bacon, and son Brett A. Bacon. A private family service to be held at a later date. Anita K. Dowell Anita passed from this world on January 29, 2010, with family near. She is sur- vived by her husband Mark H. Walsh; sons Matthew and James Baxter; brother Robert Dowell, and four sisters. Ani- ta was born in Sacramento on Nov. 19, 1957. She was a resi- dent of Plumas County for twenty-four years. i I HI "i.:" Residential and Commercial Kitchen and Bath Remodels Room additions and more Robert G. 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Lincoln James Christopher Maternal grandparents Brown was born to Allison are J.D. Blesse and Leanna Blesse and Chris Brown of LaPlante, of Quincy. Quincy, Jan. 20, 2010, at 5:25 Paternal grandparent is Lu- a.m. at Plumas District Hos- ann Brown, also of Quincy. MAPdIAGE LICENSES December 31, 2009 Elizabeth Nin and Mark Allen Jacobs, both of Chester. January 12 Jerilyn Starr Giron and Bryan Michael Callen, both cf Blairsden. CARDS of THANKS The family of Dr. Nicholas Maximov would like to ex- tend their thanks and grati- tude to all our friends and neighbors for the many cards, food and prayers. We thank St. John's parish for provid- ing the lovely reception. We are most grateful to Fa- ther Larry Beck, being there for us. To Dr. Jeffery Kepple, the emergency room staff, the ambulance crew and the nurs- es of Plumas District Hospital. Our appreciation to John Fehrman not only for his pro- fessional help, but the concern he extended to all the family. Dorothy Maximov and family My family and I wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to friends and acquain- tances for their condo- lences on the loss of my son Mark. His untimely pass- ing has left a void in our lives and your kindness has made the pain more bear- able. Mark was a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War and when the sun melts the snow and warms the earth, he will have a military bur- ial next to his father at the Mohawk Cemetery in Graeagle. Aurora (Rory) Leveroni and family Free tax filing assistance available Loyalton Senior Center is now taking appoint- ments for the AARP Tax- Aide program. The service offers free help with 2009 federal and state income tax return preparation of. It is available to people of all ages with middle- and low- income, with special attention to those 60 and older. the program. Appointments are avail- able Thursday, Feb. 25, and Thursday, March 25, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Those interested in free tax filing assistance must call Loyalton Senior Cen- ter at 993-4770 for an ap- pointment, directions and details on what to bring. This is the only AARP ......... Volunteers Who are IRS Tax-Aide site in Sierra and trained and certified staff Plumas counties. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject obit M Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. 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The winner will have their artwork featured on the cover of the June 2010 Primary Election Sample Ballot Books which will be distributed countywide! For more information call Plumas County Elections at 530-283-6129.