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2B Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS / LAW AND ORDER OBITUARY Daniel Fred Fodge On Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, a cherished husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend passed away. Daniel Fred Fodge was born on May 10, 1941, to Ruth Champion of Westwood, and Tommy Fodge of Redding. A man of many passions, Daniel put the love of his family first and foremost in his life. Motor sports, theEndsley, Ava Endsley, Mary SHERIFF'S Health Care. Portola/Eastern possible neck injury. The call second greatest passion of his Fodge, Eryn Fodge, and Kyra Plumas fire was paged, was transferred to EPHC. life, gave him a place from Fodge. BLOTTER Portola/Eastern Plumas fire Unknown malady: In was paged. which to share his genius He is preceeded in death by Arrests Chilcoot, a caller requested an with the world. In the world his mother, Ruth Champion,Chester ambulance for his ill wife. Hip: In Portola, a woman of hot rod vehicles, Daniel his father Tommy Fodge, and One person was arrested on a The call was transferred to called to report her husband was well known and his brothers Michael charge of public intoxication. EPHC. Sierra Valley fire was respected for his skill with Theobald, of Forrest Ranch, had fallen and suffered a paged, possible broken hip. The call design and mechanical and Ronald Theobald, of One person was arrested on was transferred to EPHC. The acuity. Daniel loved fast cars, Westwood. charges of driving with aUnknown malady: In patient was transported to and at one point managed aA celebration of life will be suspended license and Greenville, a caller requested EPHC. Formula 5000 race team. He planned at a later date, but as violating probation, an ambulance for an elderly also built custom kit cars, of yet no details have been female. The call was General illness: In Chester, a most notably the Cobra, for arranged. He will be greatly One person was arrested on transferred to South Lassen caller requested an clients, missed by all those who have charges of being under the EMS. Indian Valley fire was ambulance for his wife who While Daniel lived in known and loved him. influence of a controlledpaged, was suffering a general Sacrame ato, he always felt substance and violating illness. The call was that Westwood was his home probation. General illness: In Portola, a transferred to SIFC. and returned every year to Norman E. Shelton caller requested an attend the annual Westwood Longtime Quincy resident One person was arrested on ambulance for her friend who Unknown malady: In Quincy, High School reunion. Norman Shelton. 95, passed charges of being under the was ill. The call was Daniel is survived by his away Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, at influence of a controlledtransferred to EPHC. a caller requested transportation to the hospital wife Gloria, his daughters Renown Medical Center in substance and violating Portola/Eastern Plumas fire for a male. PDH was paged. Michell%,Heidi and Sarah, Reno. probation, was paged and responded. his sons Erik and Zach, his Memorial services are Saturday, Feb. 8 Greenville Wednesday, Feb. 5 Stroke: In Vinton, a caller brothers Rod Theobald, of tentatively set for Saturday, One person was arrested on a Rapid pulse: In Crescent requested an ambulance for Westwood, and Bruce Fodge, March 8, in Quincy. A charge of public intoxication. Mills, a caller requested an her husband who may have of Sacramento. He leaves complete obituary will run ambulance for her daughter suffered a stroke. The call was behind six grandchildren: in next week's newspaper. Dylan Endsley, Veronica Portola who was experiencing a high transferred to EPHC. Sierra One person was arrested on heart rate. The call was Valley fire was paged. charges of public . transferred to SLEMS. Indian intoxication being under the Valley fire was paged. Head: In Graeagle, a female d gging a ways call 81 influence of a controlled requested medical aid for her substance and resisting Airway: In Portola, a caller mother who had suffered a arrest, requested an ambulance forhead injury. The call was her husband who was havingtransferred to EPHC. Eastern trouble breathing. The call Plumas/Graeagle fire was was transferred to EPHC. paged. Portola/Eastern Plumas fire was paged. Pacific Gas and Electric which is a significant public --On unpaved surfaces use Co.js reminding customers safety risk," said Jesus Soto flags or stakes to mark the One person was arrested on a to make a free call to 811 to Jr senior vine president of proposed excavation area. charge of being under the have underground utility engineering, constructionCarefully hand-excavate influence of a controlled lines marked prior to every and operations at PG&E. within 24 inches on eithersubstance. digging project, no matter the "Whether you'rebuilding aside of a utility-marked size of the job. California deck, trenching or planting a facility. Digging even a few One person was arrested on state law requires all tree, calling 811 is easy, free inches can pose some risks of charges of violating probation excavation jobs be marked and required by state law," striking a utility line. and resisting arrest. before work begins, he added. Be careful not to erase including planting a tree or Striking a single utilityfacility marks while One person was arrested on a installing a new mailbox, line can lead to injury, repair working. If you cannot seecharge of threatening bodily Last year, contractors and costs, fines and inconvenient the markings, call 811 andharm. homeowners in PG&E's service outages. Every request a remarking. service area were digging project, no matter 811 requests are activeQuincy responsible for more how large or small, warrants for 28 days. Notify USA ifTwo people were arrested on accidental gas dig-ins a call to 811. work continues beyond thata charge of DUI. where natural gas pipelines A call to 811 connects time. are struck during excavation homeowners and contractors Immediately notify One person was arrested on a projects than in the to Underground Service utilities about any type of charge of resisting arrest. previous year. In 2013, there Alert. This free service contact or damage to wires or were 1,799 third party dig-ins notifies utility companies pipes. One person was arrested on compared to 2012, which had about any type of excavation If there is any damage to charges of being under the 1,536 third party dig-ins project. Professional locators PG&E electric wires or gasinfluence of a controlled across PG&E's service area. are then sent to the requested pipelines, or if there is a substance and violating PG&E does not provide digging site to mark the possible gas leak, take these probation. nmura} g,a sw.vic itl,apRroximate locatigns of steps: - ;all l~q'~D 1 f1! (?(2~ ~} : ,"~,/'.:l; ~2:, ~3 ~)l'~v'. ,i()L~::.T'~L~ ~; P amas . o nty,; but ' Rnderground.hhes Wlfll flags 2 21YI6V tb'R'ghfe i0Catiofi'. eliictrmal' lines may oe spray pamtor oth. - -4 al1011. buried. PG&E offers these tips for a Call PG&E at 800-743-5000 Fire Thursday, Feb.6 Brush: In Chester, a caller reported a fire off of Highway 36 near milepost 32. The call was transferred to Susanville Interagency Fire Center. Cardiac: In Crescent Mills, a caller requested an ambulance for his wife who was having chest pain. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. Cardiac: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambulance for himself because of chest pain. The call was transferred to Plumas District Hospital. PDH and Quincy fire were paged and responded. Every three minutes safe excavation: and/or the gas provider. nationwide, an underground Call 811 at least two For more information Friday, Feb. 7 utility line is damaged working days before and up about 811 and safe digging Cardiac: In Portola, a caller during a digging project, to 14 calendar days in practices, visit call811.com, reported having chest pain These accidents can happen advance of an excavation or PG&E, a subsidiary of Friday, Feb. 7 and was light headed. The call in a residential backyard, not digging project. PG&E Corp. (NYSE:PCG), is Attic: In Greenville, a caller was transferred to EPHC. just on heavy construction Customers will receive a one of the largest combined reported a fire was burning in Portola/Eastern Plumas fire projects, list of notified utilities that natural gas and electric the attic. Indian was paged. "We're seeing an increase may have underground lines utilities in the United States. Valley/Crescent Mills fire in construction projects -- in the area. If you believe a Based in San Francisco, with was paged. The information Fainted: In Portola, a caller from backyard utility may not have marked more than 20,000 employees, was transferred to a deputy, requested an ambulance for a improvements to major its lines, call 811 again to the company delivers some of female who had fainted development -- thanks to an notify USA. the nation's cleanest energy Medical outside in a parking lot. The improvmg economy. On paved surfaces, mark to 15 million people in Tuesday, Feb. 4 call was transferred to EPHC. Unfortunately, we're also the proposed excavation area Northern and Central General illness: In Delleker, Portola/Eastern Plumas fire experiencing a dangerous with white chalk-based paint. California. For more a caller requested an was paged and responded. uptick in the number of Homeowners can also use information, visit pge.comambulance for an ill elderly incidents where our gas and other white substances such and male. The call was Neck: In Portola, a caller electric lines are damaged, as sugar or flour, pge.com/about/newsroom, transferred to Eastern Plumas reported a student suffered a Thursday, Feb. 6 Hallucinations: In Quincy, a deputy advised that a victim was having hallucinations, apparently lingering side effects from a drug she took several days prior. The deputy requested an ambulance respond. PDH was paged. Choking: In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that a person was choking. The zall was transferred to PDH. Meadow Valley fire was paged. Sunday, Feb. 9 Cardiac: At Lake Almanor, a caller requested medical help for his wife who was having chest pain. The call was transferred to SIFC. Stroke: In Greaeagle, a caller reported her elderly mother was possibly having a stroke. The call was transferred to EPHC. Graeagle/Eastern Plumas fire was paged. Disoriented: In Quincy, a caller reported that his wife was disoriented and might have accider tally taken: oo much medicat oa, The cail was transferred-to PDH. Quincy fire was paged. Miscellaneous Thursday, Feb. 6 Scam: In Quincy, a caller reported that someone from an unknown company called her son to say that something had expired on her computer. The woman said she gave the caller her credit card number and was charged $164.00. The caller said she couldn't remember what company it was. but that it appeared to be from a foreign country. 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