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2B Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES a stepdaughter, seven grand- Womens Missionary League. remembrances in Genie's Hemet, and raised in South- Roger W. Senior children and eight great- She served the community memory be made to either the ern California. He served in Roger W. Senior passed grandchildren. He is missed as a member of the Greenville Greenville First Lutheran the U.S. Army. He moved to away at his home in Portola, Darwin Lacey immensely. Senior Gleaners. Genie en- Church or Sierra Hospice, c/o Plumas County in 2004, from Jan: 25, 2010. Darwin Lacey passed away joyed the outdoors through Fehrman Mortuary, P.O. Box Lake Elsinore. He was born Aug, 11, 1940, Jan. 14, 2010, in his home in Eugena Margaret Buker walking, hiking, backpacking 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Survivors include his par- in the San Francisco Bay Citrus Heights, where he had With all the grace of an an- and bicycle riding. She espe- ents Joseph and Marie Jef- Area. moved to be close to family, gel, Eugena Margaret Buker cially enjoyed watching her DEATH NOTICES freys of Quincy, sons William Roger was a Portola resident He was 83. He had been strug- joined her husband in their son race his stock car. and Michael of Sonora, and for 10 years and is survived by gling with emphysema for the eternal home with the Lord, Above all Genie was a de- Douglas F. Jeffreys brother Brad of Corvallis, Ore. his sisters Cecily Clark and last fewyears. Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010, follow- voted spouse, mother and Douglas F. Jeffreys died No services will be held. Elizabeth Prudhomme. Darwin was a lumber grad- ing a gracious bout with grandmother who took great Jan. 23, 2010. Arrangements entrusted to A memorial service will be er most of his career. He breast cancer. Her loving fam- pride in her family. He was born Feb, 8, 1958, in ManniFuneralHomeofPortola. held at a later date. earned his grading certificate ily was at her side. In passing, Genie leaves her in Oroville, at the Sierra Pine Born in Alameda, April 14, daughters Doris Baum of Seat- Lumber Co. In 1960, he be- 1932, to the late Eugene and fie, Wash., Marjorie Meeker of BIRTHS came a lumber inspector for Doris (Berry) Schmidt, she Greenville, Linda Reed of Red- the Western Pine Association was raised and educated in ding; sons Stephen Baum of Alden Ray Griffin Ryder Alexander Musso Taylorsville. where he traveled the West- the San Francisco East Bay. Boston, Mass., Richard Baum Alden Ray Griffin was born Ryder Alexander Musso Ryder joins siblings Mari- ern United States assuring In 1973, after bicycling in ofFallon, Nev. and Alan Buker to Jodi Ward and Jeremy was born to Megan Brooks ah, 3-1/2, andLandon, 1. consistency in grading stan- the area, she and her late hus- of the Lake Almanor Peninsula; Griffin, of Greenville, Jan. 22, and Shannon Musso,, of Quin- dards among lumber mills, band relocated from Danville, brothers Paul Schmidt of Oak- 2010, at 2:06 a.m. at Plumas cy, Jan. 24, 2010 at 8:34 a.m. at Alexander Grimm Sallee He tired of the traveling to Greenville. Here she con- land, MichaelSchmidtofSutter District Hospital in Quincy. Plumas District Hospital. He Alexander Grimm Sallee and came to Quincy where he tinued her career as a bus dri- Creek; sisters Martha Kaelin of He weighed 7 pounds, 11 weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces, was born to Erika Mason and settled, ver with the Plumas Unified Oakland, Katherine Donaldson ounces. Maternal grandparents are Jerry Sallee, of Quincy, Jan. He loved living in Quincy School District, where she op- of Davis; 12 grand- and three Maternal grandmother is Janice Rosales of Washing- 26, 2010, at Plumas District where he said the people were erated the bus for the mental- precious great-grandchildren. Rhonda Stuart of Greenville. ton. and the late Ricky Hospital. He weighed 6 so friendly. He went to work ly challenged and physically She joins her loving hus- Paternal grandparents are Brooks. pounds, 12 ounces. at the Meadow Valley Lumber handicapped of the district, band Herbert "Herb" Buker Danny and Melinda Griffin, Paternal grandparent is Ve- Maternal grandparents are Co., where he became fore- Genie, as she affectionately in their eternal home. also of Greenville. ra Musso of Quincy. Rodney and Lisa Mason of man for a while but chose to became known, retired from A celebration of Genie's life Great-grandparents are Great-grandparents are Quincy. returnto grading, the Plumas Unified School will take place 1 p.m. Tues- Dorothy and Frank Price of Mazie Rodriguez of Redding Paternal grandparent is While he was at Meadow District after over 40 years of day, Feb. 16, 2010, at her Greenville. and Joe and Gaylene Musso of JanetteSallee, also of Quincy. Valley, he was presented with safely transporting children beloved First Lutheran the prestigious "Master Lure- to and from school and their Church in Greenville. Inter- berman's Certificate" from theafter school activities, ment willtake place with her State tax payment plans available Western Wood Products Asso- A devout member of the husband in the Greenville ciation, their highest award. Lutheran Faith, Genie was a District Cemetery. Darwin's family is very stalwart with the Greenville An opportunity to express The Franchise Tax Board sell or refinance their homes. More information is avail- thankful that he lived close to First Lutheran Church, serv- your condolences to the fami- advises taxpayers dealing When a home sells for less able at FTB's website, them during the past four ing the congregation as their ly along with signing the with income tax liabilities to than the loan balance, FTB, including ways to years, where he was a bigpart organist for some 35 years, memorial guest register is contact it for assistance if can sometimes remove its tax help taxpayers resolve their of their lives. They spent a lot She was a Lutheran Brother- available online at fehrman- they are unable to pay by lien from the property to al- accounts through installment of quality time together, hood Communicator as well April 15. low the homeowner to com- agreement requests. He is survived by two sons, as a member of the Lutheran The family suggests any For people experiencing a plete the sale. Tax liens typi- For lien information, look financial hardship and cannot cally must be paid before a re- under the "Bills and Notices" MARRIAGE CARDS pay what they owe, FTB spe- al estate escrow can close, tab and then under the Earn- cialists can establish payment The tax lien remains in effect ings Withholding and Collec- LICENSE of THANKS plans, grant temporary relief on any other property the tax- tions Action section, select: from state tax liens or, in payer currently holds or later Individuals - Liens. February 1 To whomever placed the fes- very much for remembering some cases, delay collection acquires. Taxpayers who cannot re- Robert Zavala, Jr. and All- tive cedar and pine bough on them this holiday season, actions. FTB can help people refi- solve their accounts online cia Araceli Murieta, both of my parents', Arthur and Loana With gratitude, FTB generally approves in- nancing or modifying an ex- should call the phone num- Portola. Gakle, graves, thank you so Kathleen stallment payment requests if isting home loan. Homeown- ber listed on their billing Thank you to all our friends the balance owed is less than ers can request FTB allow the notices. ............... ~:~,:~ .......................................... ........................ ,: ...................................... ............ ~:~:~:~::::::~,~:~:::~j and the friends of our son $25,000 and can be paid within new or modified loan to have Those without Internet ser- :;--Honeyi-n Lake Valley-: Douglas for the kind words, 60months. priority over the tax lien. vice may request an install- i~:::~ cards, flowers and prayers. 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