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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 3B VITALS, from page 2B by her mother Anita Seitz, who also was a longtime resi- dent of the Meadow Valley and Quincy area. She married Laurence Stap- ley Dec. 28, 1927. Their mar- riage was later solemnized in the Oakland Latter-day Saints temple: Laurence preceded her in death in 1980. During the building of Hoover Dam she and Lau- rence and their little family lived in Las Vegas while Lau- rence was a cement foreman on the dam. From there they moved to Washington where Laurence worked on the Grand Coulee Dam, and from there they moved to Meadow Valley in December 1935. Helen and Laurence are the parents of six children, all of whom survive her: Connie Glattly of Reno, Nev.; Anita Gerry of Salt Lake City, Utah; Nancy Dixon (Frank) of Las Vegas, Nev.; Robert Stapley (Suzanne) of Yuba City; Niki Vanetti (Guilio) of Vinton and Cynthia Stapley of Stockton; 21 grandchildren; 63 great- grandchildren; and 15 great- great-grandchildren. Helen was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was active in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many respon- sible callings in the church. She loved to sew and read, of- ten reading three books a week. A special thanks is given to her granddaughter-in-law, Julie Gerry for her kind and loving care and attention over the past several years. Graveside services are planned for Friday, Feb. 26, at the Meadow Valley Cemetery. Chester Walker Winton Jr. Meadow Valley resident Chester "Chet" Walker Winton Jr. passed from this life peace- fully Thursday afternoon, Feb. 18, 2010, at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. He was 82. His loving family was at his side. Born in Ely, Nev., Aug. 19, 1927, to Canadian immigrants Chester Sr. and Evelyn (Smith) Winton, Chet--as he soon became known--was raised and educated in Ely. He is a member of Ely High School's graduating class of 1945. Shortly following Chet's high school graduation he en- tered the military and served his country honorably during the conclusion of World War II as a member of the U.S. Navy. Following his discharge Chet returned home to settle in Logan, Utah, where he con- tinued his education at Utah State University obtaining his BS degree in engineering. In September 1948, while at- tending college, Chet married his childhood sweetheart Ru- by. To this union three sons were born. Following graduation Chet eventually went to work at McCarren International Air- port in Las Vegas, Nev. as an aircraft maintenance supervi- sor while residing and raising his family in Henderson, Nev. Chet fulfilled his lifelong dream of retiring at 50. He and ! rl Ruby moved to Meadow Oroville, graduating from An opportunity to express Valley in 1976, where he en- Oroville High School. He went condolences to the family and joyed his passion for fish- on to attend Butte Collegesign the memorial guest regis- ing and gardening. He is a where he was just a couple of ter is available online at former member of the units shy of obtaining his AA Meadow Valley Volunteer degree. The family suggests any re- Fire Department. Charlie lived in Oroville membrances in Charlie's In passing, Chet leaves his until moving to Greenville, 15 memory' be made to the sons Craig and his wife Debi years ago. After residing in Roundhouse Council of Winton, and Steve and his Greenville for five years, he Greenville, c/o Fehrman Mor- wife Chris Winton, all of Hen- and his wife moved to Mead- tuary and Crematory, P.O. derson, Nev.; a sister, Jane ow Valley where they have Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Riddle of Folsom; grandchil- lived the past 10 years. dren Reece, Torie and Ste-On Sept. 26, 1964, in Reno, fanie, as well as his great- Nev., Charlie married his DEATH NOTICE grandchildren Shaun, Kyle, childhood friend, the former Zach and Tara. Carol Mix, with whom he had Nadine Taresh Berry He joins in his eternal home become reacquainted with Nadine Taresh Berry, 80, of his wife, Ruby, who passed while attending church. Orland, died Feb. 11, 2010, in from this life in 1982; son Charlie had a 40-year career Chico. Paul, who passed from this in the lumber industry, retir- She was born Sept. 16, 1929, life in 1985 and his grandchild ing as a certified lumber grad- in Taylorsville. Casey, who passed from this er. He enjoyed carving Native Funeral services were held life in 2006. American pipes, as well as all Feb. 18, in Orland. A celebration of Chet's types of animals. Charlie was life was held Tuesday, Feb. an avid believer in the power MEMORIAL 23, at the Meadow Valley of prayer and obtained great Community Church with solace in praying for those in Pastor George Tarleton of need. The family of the late Janet the Quincy First Baptist Adopted into the Maidu Na-O'Halloran would like to Church officiating, tion, Charlie took great pride thank those who sent cards or Interment with military in the Native American her- contributions during her ill- honors will follow alongside itage bestowed him by his ness. his late wife in the Meadow forefathers. A memorial will be held at 2 Valley District Cemetery. In passing, Charlie leavesp.m., March 13 ,at the Moun- An opportunity to express his wife and loving caregiver tain View Cemetery in Reno, condolences to the family and of over 45 years, Carol ofNev. For directions, call Pat sign the memorial guest regis- Meadow Valley; sons Leslieat 284-6450. ter is available online at Warren Hall and his wife Mara of San Leandro, EthanBIRTH The family suggests any re- Wayne Hall and his wife membrances in Chet's memo- Regina and Jonathan Rose Jace Anthony Wolf ry be made to the Meadow all of Greenville; a daughter, Jace Anthony Wolf was Valley Volunteer Fire Depart- Belinda Jean Stevens and born to Jenny and Scott Wolf ment/School House, c/o her husband Bob of Oroville; of Sanger, Feb. 9, 2010 at 6:51 Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- sisters Ressie Lloyd of A1- p.m. at Plumas District Hospi- matory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, bany, Ore., and Donna Graftal in Quincy. He weighed 5 CA 95971. of Gridley, his grandchildren pounds, 15 ounces. Robin, Travis, Shateka, Maternal grandparents are Charles Bruce Hall Ethan and Katie Lee, alongAlbert and Joyce Wangsgard Meadow Valley resident with his great-granddaugh-of Greenville. Charles Bruce Hall passed ter Macayla Faith. Paternal grandparents are from this life peacefully, Fri- Alongwith his parents, hePaula and John Wolf of day morning, Feb: 19, 2010, at joins his brother Floyd inSanger. his residence with his wife at their eternal home. Great-grandparents are his side. A celebration of Charlie'sLois and Guy Defanti of Born in Oroville, to the late life will be announced at a lat- Greenville and Bob and Harri- Charles and Marsha (Hipes) er date. Interment will take et Wolf of Sanger. Hall Nov. 11, 1938, he was place in the Nevada City Jace joins brother Clayton, raised and educated in Rancheria Cemetery. 16months. From left: Nick Warner of Warner & Pank, LLC; state Senator Dave Cox, Sheriff John McGinness and Alva Cooper. Photo submitted In its annual review of law- tor Cox is a loyal public servant makers' voting record, thewho is responsive to the needs California State Sheriffs' As- of his constituents. The sher- sociation honored state Sena- iffs of California appreciate his tor Dave Cox as an Outstand- dedication and support." ing Legislator for 2009. Formed in 1894, the Callfor- "It is humbling to be recog- nia State Sheriffs' Association nized for doing my job,,' said is a nonprofit professional or- Cox, who represents the first ganization that gives the state's Senate District. "My commit- 58 sheriffs a single voice. CSSA merit to the safety of our citi- serves as the watchdog for zens and their communitiessheriffs and on professional will be unwavering and I ap- andlaw enforcement issues. preciate the recognition."CSSA provides a venue for Sacramento County Sheriff shared information and assis- John McGinness, acting on tance to sheriffs and depart- behalf of the association, pre- mental personnel, enabling sented Cox with a resolution, them to improve the delivery McGinness praised Cox's ac- of law enforcement services cessibility to residents, "Sena- to the residents of the state. 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