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-uulleun, Kecoro, Progressive, Keporcer Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 311 VITAL START [STI Z$ OBITS, from page 2B direction of Manni Funeral Home, Portola. Ruth Ellen Lowry Greenville native and longtime resident Ruth Ellen Lowry went to her eternal home with the Lord on Monday, Feb. 3, .2014, at Renown Medical Center located in Reno, Nev. Her loving family was at her side. Born in Greenville to Oklahoma natives John and Alberta (McCullaugh) Taylor on July 7, 1953, Ruth was raised and educated in Greenville graduating from Greenville High School as a member of the Class of 1971, where she served the student body as a song leader. Ruth went on to attend Bethany Bible College in Santa Cruz for a year before transferring to Bryman College where she obtained her Medical Assistant Certification. Ruth worked for a brief period of time inLas Vegas, Nev., after graduating from Bryman. While returning to Greenville to visit family, Ruth was introduced to a handsome young man, Wayne Lowry, at a church function at the Greenville Assembly of God, an encounter that led to the couple's marriage on March 31, 1974, in Greenville. To this holy union two sons were born. Ruth soon went to work for the Indian Valley Hospital District where she remained until the closing of the hospital and clinic. She then finished out her forty-year career with Dr. Jensen's office in Quincy. A devout Christian, she and her husband attended the Greenville Southern Baptist Church where they were very active in the church's music ministry. She served as a Sunday school teacher as well as coordinating the decorating of the church. Ruth enjoyed gardening as well as the science of genealogy. In passing, Ruth leaves her loving husband Wayne; two sons, Joshua and Wayne Jr., all of Greenville; brothers John and his wife Kathy Taylor, of Quincy, Jim and his wife Carol Taylor, of Redding, and Michael Taylor, of Sparks, Nev., along with her sister Esther and her husband Jay Pope, of Mt. Grove, Me. Private family services were held Tuesday, Feb. 11, followed by interment in the Greenville District Cemetery. A public celebration of Ruth's life will be announced through the Fehrman Mortuary website and Ruth's Facebook page. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. The family asks that in lieu of flowers in Ruth's memory, donations can be made to Latin America Child Care, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Clayton B. Beck Longtime Chester resident Clayton B. Beck passed from this life Tuesday morning, Feb. 4, 2014, at Seneca Health Care District's Hospital at the age of 72. Born New Years Day 1942 in Shasta, to the late Lyle and Omie (Franks) Beck he was raised in Hamilton City, before moving to Chico at the age of seven where he graduated from Chico High School as a member of the "Class of 1960." Clay, as he affectionately became know, entered the military and served in the U.S. Navy shortly out of high school. He returned to Chico following his discharge and in 1961 moved to the northeastern California lumber community of Chester, where he began what became a forty-year career with the Collins family .aS their Chester mill. He retired in the year 2001 as a Tallyman. Clay was a longtime member of the Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union Local 3074. He attended the Chester Baptist Church where he is a former sunday school teacher. Clay enjoyed the outdoors through fishing, was a talented leather craftsman and found pleasure in all types of art. In passing, Clay leaves his daughter Shauna L. (Beck) Varner, of Chester; grandson, Kyle Varner; his twin brother, Eugene Debbs Beck and his wife Dorothy, of Knoxville, Tenn.; his nephews, Mike "George" Macintosh, Rodney and Mark Beck, and niece Debbie Beck. He joins his late wife Sandra, who passed from this life in 2008, together in their eternal home. Following cremation at F'ehrman Crematory, a gathering of family and close friends is planned for Memorial Weekend 2014. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Gerald "Jerry" Todd Gerald "Jerry" Todd left this earthly life on Feb. 4, 2014, surrounded by his loving family. Jerry was born on Dec 7, 1931, in the dust bowl community of Kendrick, Colo., where his family had traveled by covered wagon to homestead. As a teenager, he joined the Navy. While stationed outside Sebastopol, he met his wife of almost 62 years, Alice "Janine" McGuire. He served on the USS Chouree in the Korean War. He was the proud father of three daughters: twins Janine and Janice and younger sister Colleen. He learned the trade of HVAC sheet metal contractor while living in Santa Rosa. He moved his family to Santa Cruz in 1968 when he purchased Bogner Sheet Metal. He was very proud to have two son-in-laws and a grandson follow him into the same trade. Jerry retired to Portola where he continued to work with sheet metal as a hobby, traveling and flying his airplane. He enjoyed fishing, snowmobiling, his antique cars and riding his quad to the end of his life. He was very involved in Rotary International and served as president of his club in two different districts, and was the DEATH NOTICES Kandice Rae Elizabeth Kindrick Kandice Rae Elizabeth Kindrick, 23, died Feb. 4, 2014. Born Oct. 17, 1990, in Quincy, she was a resident of Portola. Survivors include her mother Tamre Rivera-Kindrick, her father Jesse Ray Kindrick, stepfather Bill Francisco, stepmother Darlene Oakes, brother Jesse Anthony Kindrick and stepbrothers Wesley and Clinton Francisco. A celebration of life will be held Sunday, Feb. 16, noon, at Father Burns parish hall at the Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Taylor Street, Portola. A "Bubbles" is 00 a spayed female 0@ BLK/WHT pointer cross. She is a GOOD 0O GIRL! Current on rabies. [ 0@ Needs fenced ii :ii yard and has been l0  raised with kids, .| 'i" "I "Clyde" is a domestic short haired BLK/WHT neutered adult male. Clyde is a LOVE and would LOVE a home although he loves the Shelter Staff, he says 11 months is long enough and is ready for a new home. Qj Shelter hours, are Monday & Wednesday 8am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursclay I pm-5pm, Saturday 12-5 for viewing only and closed Friday & Sunday. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee III@ and license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to have the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement, For more information, call 283-3673 or visit countyofplumas.com or peffinders.com. @  l'lWY  Your Local Full Service r. Pet & Feed Store ]I,,, 283-9605 _ , 362 Crescent St. r Nutrena" Fj  Quincy ee, gxcettence tn,ide" (next to Feather River Fitness) J  founding father of the Santa Cruz Sunrise Rotary Club. He is survived by his wife, Alice "Janine" Todd; daughters Janine (Bob) Ciapponi, Janice (Phil) Allegri, Colleen (Jim) Kennedy; grandchildren Michael (Karl) Allegri, Nick (Shawna) Allegri, Katrina Ciapponi, Keith Ciapponi, Katherine Ciapponi, Laurie Kennedy and Bud Kennedy, and great-grandsons, Rabble, Riley Allegri and Kai Ciapponi, and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held in Portola at the Holy Family Parish Hall, 100 S Pine St., Saturday, Feb. 15, at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations are preferred to the Rotary Endowment Fund of Portola, P.O. Box 1121, Portola, CA 96122. An additional memorial service will be held in Santa Cruz at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Manni Funeral Home of Portola. CARDS of THANKS I would like to sincerely thank the community as a whole for helping successfully find Alice. Special thanks to The Ranchito, Forest Stationers, Plumas PC and the Quincy/Portola classifieds Facebook page. I would like personally to thank Roxanne Salvador. I really needed the support you gave me. Lastly, Debbie on Laporte road for the sighting that lead me to Alice. Heartfelt thanks to everyone. Sincerely, Pearl BIRTHS Noah Matthew Craghead Noah Matthew Craghead was born to Shauna Craghead, of Quincy, and Bran Craghead, of Portola, Jan. 22, 2014, at 9:59 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Noah weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces and was 22 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Mike and Sheri Gent, of Quincy, and Paul and Phyllis Everton, of Ventura. Paternal grandparents are Kathy and Marvin Redmon, of Portola. Honorary grandmother is Sheryl Slighton, of Quincy. Noah is also welcomed by siblings Todd, 13, and Erik, 7. Get a Free Keychain flashlight with lost-key protection with your insurance quote.* *Offer good until ' March 31, 2014 or while supplies last. 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Fire safe council members are encouraging residents to take advantage of this drier-than-normal weather to be outdoors and beginning to create or maintain their defensible spacel as it could come in handy this summer. The resident of the home has the most control over its survival in a wildfire. Research and experience shows that that homes without wood shake roofs and at least 30 feet of defensible space have at least an 86 percent chance of survival, even without anyone present. California residents are required to have 100 feet of defensible space around all structures, or to their property lines. For additional information on defensible space, visit plumasfiresafe.org and click on the "Homeowner Information" tab and the "Home Ignition Zone" links. All Garden Gift Dec6r, 2019 East Main St., Quincy 283-2929 Rose What Do You Need Done? Give A Gift To Someone! 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