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2B Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS/LAW and. ORDER BIRTHS Mariana Jolin Liu-Hochrein Mariana Jolin Liu-Hochrein was born to Lisa Hochrein and Cambrian Liu, of Pasadena, on Jan. 4, 2015, at 10:46 p.m. at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. Mariana Jolin weighed 5 pounds, 1 ounce and was 17.75 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Julie and Peter Hochrein, of Quincy. Paternal grandparents are Kam-biu Liu and Nina Lam, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Kinsley Grace Lavley Kinsley Grace Lavley was born tO Cassie Cooper and Cody Lavley, of Quincy, on Jan. 9, 2015, at 10:17 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Kinsley Grace weighed 7 pound& 9 ounces and was 19.5 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Jeff and Cheryl Cooper, of Quincy. Paternal grandparents are Gerry and Carrie Hendrick, of Quincy. Great-grandparents are Jerry and Caroline Hendrick, of Quincy; Robert West, of Quincy; and Bob and Maryanne Balthrope, of Elk Grove. Kinsley Grace is also welcomed by siblings Rylee, 9, and Claire, 2. MARRIAGE LICENSES Jan. 7 William Edward Diekmann, of Quincy, and Carynne OBITUARIES Richard E. Maslow Richard E. Maslow, 85, passed away January 27, 2015, in Stockton. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, Dec. 20, 1929, to Louis and Helen (Danziger) Maslow. He attended University of Idaho and Western New Mexico University on basketball scholarships, graduating from WNMU in 1954 with a degree in business education. After serving in the Army Special Services during the Korean War, Dick completed a Master's Degree in Psychology at WNMU and taught and coached at Eddyville High School in Nebraska. Whilein Nebraska, Dick met Karen Olson in 1955, and they were married in May of 1956. Dick and Karen moved to Quincy in 1957, and he taught business classes, coached basketball and was aclass advisor at Quincy High from 1957-1962. After taking graduate level courses at the University of Arizona in 1962-63, Dick and his family moved to Stockton, where he taught psychology classes at San Joaquin Delta College until his retirement in 1991. He was an innovative instructor, textbook reviewer and basketball referee who expected of others the same dedication, drive and attention to detail he put forth in all that he did. Dick and Karen always looked back fondly on their time in Quincy, where they felt welcomed and part of the community. Dick is survived by his wife of 58 years, Karen; daughters Troy (Michael) and Darcy, and five grandchildren: Stefanie, Caroline, Clay, early and Evan. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or Stockton Emergency Food Bank. Cards may be sent in care of Neptune Society of Northern California, 1111 West Robinhood Drive, Stockton, CA 95207. Marcie Sheehy Marcie Sheehy passed away Dec. 10, 2014. Her innumerable Contributions to this world were characterized by her strength of spirit and dedication to service. Her sense of duty and honor in regard to her country, community and heritage dominated her military service, professional career and extensive volunteerism. She was a woman of perpetual ' action and unwavering commitment. Marcie was a very skilled and accomplished nursing professional. While proud of each of her many achievements (from serving as a Cadet Nurse in WWII to her entrepreneurial work as a medical consultant to the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads) Marcie was especially honored to be one of the First Responders into Manhattan as a 9/11 Red Cross volunteer nurse. Her harrowing experience at Ground Zero was the hallmark of her last decade of volunteer work and her family feels that her willingness to be on one of the first planes to land in NYC after the terror attack defines how she lived her life - brave, action-orientated and always with a "take charge" attitude. (She was thrilled to have the opportunity to visit NYC with her son Craig in 2011 to attend the opening of the World Trade Center Memorial and to be honored as a First Responder.) Marcie was born on Sept. 6, 1927 in New Castle, Pennsylvania to Hollis and Kathryn Critchlow. She was an only child, and as her father would say; they .did so well with Marcie there was no use trying again. She served as a Cadet Nurse in WWII and then married the love of her life Robert (Bob) Young Sheehy on Sept. 14, 1946. The couple moved to Azusa, in 1947 and Marcie worked as a company nurse at American Cyanamid. She served in leadership roles with numerous community organizations including the American Legion Auxiliary, the San Gabriel Valley Nurses Association, the Golden West Orthopedic Group and the Junior Women's Club. With the fi[st two of their three chlldreh in tow (Holly and Bob II) the family moved to Glendora, in 1956 where Marcie continued her community involvement while working as a nurse at City of Hope Medical Center. In 1960, when Bob was transferred from the Azusa Aero-Jet plant to their Sacramento facility, the family moved to Fair Oaks. Marcie proudly served as the Associate Director of Nursing at Roseville Hospital and eventually went on to develop her own business model, becoming a medical consultant to both the Southern pacific and Union Pacific Railroads. During this time Marcie was an active member of the Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church, Orthopedic Nurse's Association, Association of Rehabilitation Nurses, and the Occupational Nurse's Association. It was at this time .that her third child, Craig, was born. Marcie officially "retired" in 1995, but throughout their happy retirement in Graeagle Marcie remained actively involved as a Red Cross volunteer nurse (she traveled the world in that capacity as a disaster specialist), served on the Graeagle Home Owners' Association, Mohawk Community Resource Center, the "Taste of Mohawk" fund raising initiative, the Republican Women's Club and remained active to the end of her life in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). She was especially proud of her heritage and that she was a 3rd generation DAR member. One of her proudest moments was when her eldest granddaughter, Amber, also joined the DAR. Marcie's personal life was defined by her unconditional love for and devotion to her husband Bob, who sadly preceded her in death by four years. They were deeply in love throughout their 62 year marriage and relished their final years together in Graeagle. Marcie is survived by her children Holly Ackman-Riggs (husband Don), Bob Sheehy II (wife Margaret), Craig Sheehy (wife Diane), and Marcie's "favorite daughter," Norma Williamson Ebner. Grandchildren include Holly's children Amber Ryan (husband Maj. Tommy Ryan, USAF and Marcie's first great-grandchild, Rylie Anne) and Maj. Bill Ackmakn, USAF (wife Stephanie and Marcie's second great-grandchild Olivia), Bob's children, Robert III (wife Jackie) and Christopher, and Craig's twin daughters, Jenna and Gabriella Sheehy. Marcie's dynamic spirit and vitality will be greatly missed. She will be remembered for many things by many people: her inspirational strength, her steadfast work ethic, her patriotism and her commitment to serve her country and her community. Marcie wanted no memorial service she asked only of her family that they "remember me" after her passing, and to this we reply: "Mom/Grandma/Great Grandma - with the impact that you have had on shaping our moral and ethical compasses, how could we possibly forget you?" Summer MacKay, of Sparks, Nevada. Jan. 16 Niketia Sharee Hawkins and Chrystal Patrice Chance. both of Quincy. Jan. 20 Richard Huntington Zeil, of Redding, and Beverly Jean Herman, of Chester, SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Bloffer is ga thered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals" names are reported. And those : rxest should be presumed k innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Jan. 20, to Monday, Jan. 26, there were 186 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in seven arrests, 18 medical responses and four f'n'e responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 7 vehicle accidents 3 reports of telephone seams 2 reports of boulders on the road ARRESTS Chester. One arrested on a charge of violatingprobat [o fi: ............... Portola One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. Wind, Fire or have you frustrated? Need Help? We have worked with homeowners and insurance companies for almost 30 years. We will work with your insurance company to make sure your home is repaired the right way the first time. Call: CONSTRUCTION I m SINCE 1984 I General Building Contractor I Calif. Lie. #453927 II (530).283-2035 I Quincy Two arrested on charges of being in possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge of providing a controlled substance to a person in custody. One arrested on charges of threatening bodily harm, fal -iiiipi:isbnme nt arid ...... unlawful exhibition of a deadly weapon. One arrested on charges of disobeying a court order, being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. MISCEI~LANEOUS Monday, Jan. 19 Fed ut/ A man on Escondido Way in Delleker said his neighbors were running a wood-cutting operation and it was disturbing his peace. The man said he was angry and fed up. Chicken killed A caller in Quincy reported a large, white, shepherd-looking dog just killed one of his chickens. The caller said he took the dog to the shelter. Prowler A woman on Old Wagon R ad in Crescent Mills said there was a prowler on her property. She said she could see a flashlight but couldn't see the person or tell how many there might be. A deputy checked around the residence and was unable to locate anyone. Assault A caller on Bucks Lake Road near Quincy said he was treating the victim of an assault. He said the victim had been assaulted by his teenage son. Tuesday, Jan. 20 Friendly fire ,,4 caller in East Quincy reported hearing people arguing and then several shots fired. The caller said a male was running down the driveway and then several more shots were fired. Deputies responded and found that several people were having a friendly AirSoft (toy) gun battle. Vandalism A caller on West Plumes Avenue in Portola reported vandalism to his rental property. Burglary A detective investigated a burglary on Sharon Way in Portola. Threatened A caller said a man brandishing knives jumped out of a car on Fairground Road in Quincy and threatened him. A deputy responded and arrested the man on charges of threatening bodily harm, false imprisonment and unlawful exhibition of a deadly weapon. 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