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2B Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTIC: TM&apos; OBITUARIES Kenneth Gene Knaak Kenneth . ,,,, Gene Knack, 58, of Chico p a s s e d :  iii i:::::: :T{iiiiii: Jan.a w a y 30, n :iii{i ........... 2010 in his home. He was born Feb. 8, 1951, to Otto and Ruth Knack and was raised in Quincy. He graduated from QHS in 1969. Ken served in the Air Guard Reserve in 1971. He loved the outdoors and spent most of his time there. He had a very successful ca- reer in the logging industry for 22 seasons as a heavy equipment operator trans- porting logs from the forest to the trucks and was well respected for his many years of safe operating with- out injury to fellow workers or equipment. He worked with his father in the con- struction of the Louisiana Pacific Lumber mill. He also assisted his dad in building a four-bedroom 2-car garage home. He was very talented and skilled in mechanics. He en- joyed working on cars, trucks and anything that had a motor. He had exten- sive experience in auto and motorcycle repair. As a youngster he built a go-cart out of his red wagon, com- plete with lawn mower en- gine and later on built his own dune buggy. He had lots of friends who he shared his talents with to fix their cars or help them build their own dune buggy and anything that was bro- ken. Ken enjoyed people, loved a good laugh and was well liked everywhere he went. His laugh was infectious and brought people togeth- er. His family and friends were dear to his heart. The family suggests any remembrances in Ken's memory be made to Wells Ministry of Rescue, 2612 Es- planade, Chico, CA 95973. BIRTHS Zachary Orion Millay Zachary Orion Millay was born to Michelle Moore and Tyler Millay, both of Quin- cy, Feb. 1, 2010 at 1:16 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. He weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Linda and Joseph Moore of Quincy. Paternal grandmother is Helen Millay, also of Quincy. established 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS * ADDRESS STONES GRANITE * MARBLE * NATURAL STONE 1 tO PACIFIC ST. P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530)832.6828 WWW.CHI LCOOTMON UMENT.COM 00dbute Doff MCOo;ve// 0 The Greenville High School Girls 0 & Boys Basketball Teams will recognize and honor Mrs. Doti McDowell for the years of unfailing service to our valley communities. The ceremony will take place at the GHS Gymnasium, between games, on February 19, 2oio at 7:oopm QUINCY P.O. Box 3556 400 Wast Main Street Quincy,, CA 95971 530.283.1112 WES/VOOD SUSANVILLE 530.256.3218 608 Main Street Susanvil/e. CA 96130 GRAEAGLE 530.257.7291 530.836.1150 RENO 6190 Mae Anne Ave. Suite #2 Peno, NV 89523 Your safety is important, be aware and cautious while driving. Call us today to review your auto insurance. Flanigan-Leavitt www. flanigan leaviff, com fax: 866.781.3110 CA Ucense 0E05639 NV License 17793 Stress and fear 'ii'l!>,#C:? ....  HERE'S TO YOUR HEALTH can cause cancer reoccurrence pressure work settings with no end in sight. That kind of stress sends your body into a constant state of hormone production, which may cause existing tumors to grow and spread. A new study out of Tel Aviv University in Israel has ....................... A6"wi-Ak'ER ..................... shown scientifically that psy- chological and physiological stress prior to, during and af- ter surgery has a biological impact that impairs immune system functioning. This im- pairment bears down on dis- ease progression, especially at the critical point during surgery when a tumor is be- ing removed. Apparently psychological fear may be no less impor- tant than real physiological tissue damage in suppressing immune competence. Doc- tors have assumed that dur- ing surgery the immune sys- tem is weakened due to tis- sue damage and the body's responses to it. However, the Tel Aviv study concludes that a weak immune system is one of the major factors that promote cancer metas- tases after an operation. There may be a short win- dow of opportunity, about a week after surgery, when the immune system needs to be functioning maximally in or- der kill the tiny remaining bits of tumor tissue that are scattered around the body. ff this is the case, then boost- ing the immune system starting a day or two before surgery, during surgery and after surgery, may be able to provide enough of an inter- vention to extend people's lives and potentially in- crease their chances for long-term survival. Merely perceiving your- self as stressed can have negative biological effects. And feeling optimistic and happy can play a role in de- fending against cancer. For some, work is stressful; for others, it keeps them going. In one ovarian cancer study, patients with higher levels of social support had lower levels of tumor-fueling hor- mones. On the other hand, many scientists believe there is ab- solutely no connection be- tween stress and cancer. Although it is known that stress is connected to heart disease, the link between stress and cancer is less un- derstood. The question of what triggers cancer is tough to tackle because the disease takes a long time to develop and is never caused by only one thing. While stress may make existing cancers worse, not all stress is bad. Life's everyday annoy- ances such as a crowded highway or a deadline are a pain but not a cancer risk. Acute stress is mostly healthy and is thought to help your immune system fight off infection and dis- ease. The troublesome stress is chronic stress, such as un- happy relationships or high- Regardless, there are many other reasons to reduce stress in your life. So, what- ever your inclination is about stress and cancer, you will be doing yourself and your body a big service by decreasing stress in your life. You can't control genet- ics, but you can change how you respond to stress. Slow down, stay calm, sleep well, eat healthy, exer- cise a lot, make friends, have fun and laugh every day. You will increase your quality of life and health, and maybe, just maybe, keep cancer away. Aura Whittaker has a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology, which is the study of the principles of me- chanics and anatomy in rela- tion to human movement. She has more than 15 years expe- rience in nutritional consult- ing and personal training. For comments and questions, e-mail awhittak- er@lassennews.com, or send mail to Lassen County Times, 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA 96130. Local Mountain Lifeflight employees honored at national memorial service Barbara France EMS Memorial Service on ..... This is the first time the Managing Editor Saturday, June 26, at the i! f:cei!!Odond n!. service is being held in Co1- bfrance@lassennews.corn orado Springs. At the service, First Presbyterian Church of Colorado Springs, Colo. Clinton Reger, Christo- Reger, Ritz and Bradshaw, pher Ritz and James Brad- all of Susanville and am- shaw will be memorialized ployees of LifeFlight, died in this summer at the National the line of duty Nov. 14, 2009 1 Lake Vail Headstones & Cemetery Supplies AVE ,1 Head Stones 10% 1 Monuments tuff ,: Engraving competltor'l "-':, Granite or prices} Concrete Coping & Borders AVAILABLE 7 DAYS <: 8 AM-8 PM 257-7523 or Cell 249-9011 Noah Miller I 470-600 Cottomwood Rd Susanville You know, I'm pretty sure I love my wife, it but man, can she push my buttons and then I go crazy and just want to hit her to make her shut-up, and sometimes I do. Now I'm scared that I will hit my kids. I need help. Call the Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center at 283-5515 and ask for a counselor. Calls are confidential. Crisis Line ,# Resource 283-4333 '-- Center i 1"877"332"2754 r 283"5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center g ' WANTED :' OLD COIN !!i: COLLECTIONS... ::: Pre-1965 Silver Coins, Proof Sets, Old Currency, Pre-1936 Silver Dollars, 10k-24k Gold, All Gold Coins ' FREE APPTSALS ]  We come to you : l " Over 20 years i[:[ . in coin business    . References available Call 530-589-3585 leave message 530-370-0101 for appointment turn flight from Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nev., and had no patients on board when the crash oc- curred approximately five miles north of Hallelujah Junction and 15 miles north of Reno at approximately 2:01 a.m. The National EMS Memo- rial Service has, since 1992, been honoring America's EMS providers who have given their lives in the line of duty. The 26 individuals being honored this year join the 512 others previously honored by the National EMS Memorial Service. members of the honorees' families will be presented with a medallion, symboliz- ing eternal memory; a U.S. flag that has flown over the nation's capital, symbolizing service to the country; and a white rose, symbolizing their undying love. In addition to the presen- tations made during the ser- vice, each honoree's name 4s engraved on a bronze Oak leaf, which is.added to the National EMS Memorial. Additional information on the National EMS Memorial Service is available on its website at memsms.org. 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. 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