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26 Wednesday, March 10, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL S*FATISTICS OBITUARIES Jewel Ann White-Lawry Jewel Lawry passed away peace- fully, at her daughter's home in Meadow Val- ley Feb. 19, 2010, with her son and daugh- ter at her side. Jewel celebrat- ed her 102nd birthday Dec. 29, 2009. Jewel is preceded in death by her husband, a daughter and two grandchil- dren. Jewel was born in Alam- agordo, N.M., in 1907, to Effie Smith and Leon White. (New Mexico was still a U.S. territo- ry at that time). Jewel was the eldest of three siblings, Fern, Geri, and Bud White. Jewel met William "Bill" E. Lawry, in New Mexico, and they married in 1927. Jewel and Bill had three children, William, Bobby and Bette, and the family moved to Los Ange- les in 1940. During World War II, Jewel found work at a machine shop, and later worked at the main plant of Van De Kamps Foods, while her husband worked for Southern Pacific Railroad as an engi- neer. She was also an accom- plished seamstress and took in sewing to supplement the family's income. Jewel loved to bowl, joining many bowling leagues, and over the years, winning nu- merous trophies and honors. She joined the Quincy Bowl- ing League where she contin- ued to bowl until she was 93- years-old. Other activities she enjoyed were camping and fishing, along with the hobby of rock hunting and lapidary. She loved spending time with her family, which included her three children, 10 grandchil- dren, 12 great-grandchildren, nine great-great grandchil- dren and one great-great-great grandchild. Jewel moved to the Quincy area in 1971, to join her son, Bill Lawry, his wife Joyce, and his two daughters, Dar- lene and Debbie. Over the years, many of Jewel's family joined her in the Quincy area, including her daughter Bob- by, and her daughter's hus- band, Bill Monroe and their children Bill and his wife. Elise, and daughter. Anne Monroe. For several years, Jewel's daughter, Bette Livingston, and some of her children, Gayle Burke, Janet Liv- ingston, Steven Brunk and Doug Livingston also lived in Quincy. Jewel's sister, Geri, and her husband Dan Cook, and their JHoney Lake Valleyl- Headstones & Cemetery Supplies ...... .................. ..................................................... ............................................ ; ....................... SSAVE €: Head Stones 10% -,': Monuments loft : Engraving cempetitnr'i "),% 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 daughter, Dana, and her hus- band, Ron Gerhardtm also moved to the Quincy area. Jewel's brother, Bud Whitem and his wife, Cora, retired and relocated to Quincy. Jewel enjoyed helping oth- ers, caring for elderly friends, and assisting at the Quincy Senior Nutrition Center. She was a sweet and loving moth- er, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to so many and will be dearly missed by all. An outdoor celebration of Jewel's life will be planned for early summer in Meadow Val- ley. Jewel's family asks,for any remembrances in her name be made to Plumas Com- munity Hospice or Plumas County Senior Nutrition Cen- ter, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. Joe "Benny" Ramon Garcia Because of an unfortu- nate accident, Joe Ramon Garcia was taken from this world Monday, Feb. il 23, 2010. Services were held Friday, Feb. 26, at Final Wish- es Funeral home in Reno, Nev. He was born Nov. 11, 1922. Joe is survived by his wife of over 40 years, Lillian, of Por- tola, his sister Domitila; nieces and nephews of Santa 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. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact anY of our offices during busi- ness hours or email type- setting@ plumasnews.com, subject obit ..... ...... ..... , The Plumas Superior Court is looking for A FEW GcZ)OD PEOPLE Soon the Plumas Superior Court will be choosing 19 county citizens to serve as members of the 2010-2011 Plumas County Grand Jury. Do you have what it takes? The Grand Jury is a critically important element in our county. It is authorized by law to investigate all branches of local government to be assured that tl00ey are being administered efficiently, honestly, and in the best interests of its citizens. To serve as a grand juror, you must: • Be a US Citizen • Be 18 years of age or older • Be of sound mind and body • Be able to understand and speak English • Have not been convicted of a felony or malfeasance in office • Not now be an elected public official • Be a resident of Phmas County for at least one year • Be able to mainin confidentiality Grand Jurors will be expected to meet one day a month as a group. In addition, they may be required to attend sub-committee meetings more frequently. They should plan on devoting several hours a week toward Grand Jury business. How much time each juror spends on the Grand Jury will depend on thor assignment and the amount of time they are able to offer. If you have some free time and would like to contribute your services to our county, please send your name, address, phone number, e-mail address if you have one to: NOW OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOPTIONS ONLY 10am-2pm Ms. Therese Phelps, Deputy Jury Commissioner Plumas Superior Court 520 W. Main St., #304 Quincy, CA 95971 E-mail: therese.phelps@plumas.courts.ca.gov Tel. (530) 283-6297 , All responses must be received by April 9, 2010 Rosa and many other loving family members, including daughters Nina and spouse Vince Ramone of Sacramento; Andy and spouse Dave New- man of Susanville; Tina and spouse Jim Stokes of Raven- dale; Mary and A1 Babcock of Redding and son Richard and spouse Ginger Corona of Greenville. He is also survived by many grandchildren and great- and great-great-grandchildren. The larger Joe's family grew, the more love he found in his heart for them. Joe was an avid horseshoe player and employee of Union Pacific R.R. for many years. He was a former resident of Greenville. His wife, Lillian, and he moved to Portola in 1980. Joe was a very active man and was often found out split- ting wood or moving moun- tains of snow and was quick to offer a helping hand to anyone in need. Benny will be missed by everyone whose life was touched by his. Daisy Mildred Farmer Daisy Mil- dred Farmer, long-time Quincy resi- dent, died in her sleep in Sacramento Thursday, March 4, 2010. Born in Silverton, Colo., she was a 1940 graduate of Quincy High School where she played tennis and trombone. She at- tended San Jose State College, served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II, raised a family, graduated from Sierra College, and worked for the U.S. Forest Service. She wrote and published de- lightful articles on Plumas County history. Millie was a founding member of the Quin- cy Emblem Club as well as its last president. Over the many intervening years she was an active participant in many community service projects and club activities. She was the long-time adjutant of the local Dewey F. McElroy post of the American legion. She was well-known in Plumas County Fair competition, par- ticularly for her baking which won many blue ribbons over the years. No one ever loved Quincy more than MiUie. She lived in Colorado, New Mexico, Mis- souri, Alaska and various places in California including the Feather River Canyon, Coming, and Sacramento; but Quincy was always where she came home. Eventually her health re- quired moving to the Valley and an easier life, but she al- ways asked her visitors about Quincy -- specifically about many of her friends, and al- ways about how much snow there was at various times over the winter. Her greatest love was her family, particularly her boys. She was happiest observing them enjoying life together. She is survived by her sis- ter, Connie Mower; her three sons, Edward, Glenn, and John; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. She joins her parents, Murl and Della Chamberlain, and her husband, Glenn R. Farmer, in the Old Quincy Cemetery Sunday, March 14, 2010. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. at Ferhman's Mortuary, followed by intern- ment. All of her friends are welcome. Flavio "Jim" Jimenez Long-time Chester resi- dent, Jim Jimenez, passed away Friday, March 5, 2010 at Northbay Medical Center in Fairfield. He was born to Mallery & Mailer), Attorneys at Law PROBATE • TRUST ADMINISTRATION • ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gav Street o Susanville Josefina Carmona and Anto- nio Jimenez in Miami, Ariz., May 12, 1922. Jim moved to Chester from San Francisco in 1953. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps in World War II in the Pacific Theater and was very proud to have been a Marine. Jim was a devoted member of the Chester community. He spent most of his career work- ing for the Plumas County Road Department, retiring in 1987. Jim helped to establish Chester's Little League pro- gram in 1956, coaching its first four years and later umpiring into his 60s. He was a great fan of Chester High School athletics and a long-time member of the Booster Club. Jim supported the commu- nity as a volunteer fireman, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and several organizations over the years. Jim counted many Plumas County residents among his dearest friends. He wor- shipped at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic church. Jim was an outstanding high school athlete at Miami High School in Arizona where he played football and base- ball and ran track and field. He attended Northern Ari- zona University in Flagstaff on an athletic scholarship for football and track before en- listing in the Marine Corps in 1942. In 2007, Jim was inducted into the Miami High School Athletic Hall of Fame for his achievements as a member of the 1938 State Championship football team, and as an indi- vidual State Champion in the javelin throw. Jim is survived by his de- voted wife, Lorraine, of Fair- field; sons Bob, Mark and Jim Jimenez and Lindsey Granger; daughter Lena New- man; sisters Sylvia Almeyda, Angelita Jimenez, and Alice Taylor; brothers Tom and Tri- ni Hernandez of Arizona. Jim isadol-and revered' by many beautiful grandchil- dren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Jim is preceded in death by his former wives, June and Delma, brother Frank See Vitals, page 3B nument established 1929 MONUMENTS • BENCHES • SIGNS BORDERS • ADDRESS STONES GRANITE • MARBLE • NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC ST * P.O. 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