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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 19, 2014 3B VITAL STATISTICS / LAW AND ORDER .... 2 ........................................................................................................................................................... ~ ....................................................... 2 ........................................................................................................................ 2 ............................................................................................ OBITS, from page 2B Tri Palms Estates, serving on the homeowner!s board, and competing in shuffleboard and golf. Gene was predeceased by two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by sister Barbara Wilson, of Victorville, wife Diana, and his children, Cary Cessna, Gerene Cessna, Edie H. Chapman (Ed), Randy Hultberg (Cerise), and Dan Cessna (Dee). He also leaves behind grandchildren Brandon and James Cessna, Ian and Elizabeth Chapman, Amber Hultberg, and several nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank Palm Desert Senior Living, the Johnson family, and those caretakers who cared for Gene in his final days. Services will be held at noon on Friday, March 21, at Forest Lawn Mortuary in Cathedral City. Virgil H. Dorr America lost another of the "Greatest Generation," Sgt. Virgil H. Dorr, March 15, 2014, in Meadow Valley, to pneumonia. Virgil was born on Aug. 29, 1919, in Glasgow, Mont., the third of five children and spent most of his childhood in Great Falls, Mont. After graduating from Great Fails High School Virgil joined the Navy in 1938 and was the "Top Man" in his Navy Recruit Training Class. Virgil was given a medical discharge because of severe seasickness in 1939. Upon his Navy discharge, he immediately joined the Army. BIRTHS Elise Lillian Miller Elise Lillian Miller was born to Tasha and Joshua Miller, of Quincy, on Feb. 24, 2014, at 10:40 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Elise weighed 8 pounds and 11 ounces, and was 20 inches in length. Maternal grandmother is Anna Crank, of Redding. Paternal grandparents are Karen Shaver, of Quincy, and Jeffery Miller, of Redding. Great-grandmother is Marilyn Brodie, of Canandaigua, N.Y. Avary Jinene Morrison Avary Jinelle Morrison was born to Kristen and Jesse Morrison, of Quincy, on March 1, 2014, at 6:07 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital iIl Quincy. Avary weighed 6 pounds and 11 ounces, and was 20 inches in length. Maternal grandmother is Cheryl Young, of Sacramento. Paternal grandparents are Howard and Judy Morrison, of Big Fork, Mont. Great-grandparents are Dee and Tina Lake, of Brookings, Ore., Wayne and Liz Young, of Grass Valley, and Richard Bell, of San Diego. CARDS of THANKS Thank you to PDH, the emergency room and ambulance staff, doctors, nurses and staff, also the Country Villa staff and therapists for the good care of me after my injury. Also to my daughter for taking such loving care of me since I've been home, and to my many friends for the cards, flowers, plants and the visits that helped cheer me up during my hospital stay and continuing to visit me at home. Thank you all again. Rita Marshall Prior to the start of WWII, he was stationed in the Panama Canal Zone as an artilleryman. This is where he joined the famed 82nd Airborne's GOYAs 551st PIB. Virgil made four combat jumps with the 551st in Sicily, Italy, France and Belgium. Sgt. Dorr fought in the Battle of the Bulge where the 551st had 85 percent causalities and, according to the unit's Presidential Unit Citation, "On 4 January, the battalion conducted a rare fixed bayonet attack of machine gun nests that killed 64 Germans" near Dairomont, Belgium. Virgil was also an accomplished boxer and was All Services Welter-Weight Champion and as a pro was California State Welter-Weight Champion. After WWII Virgil settled in the Lakewood/Long Beach, area where he had been stationed while in the Navy. After earning an AA in Accounting a~ Long Beach City College, he married the love of his life Ina in 1948. Ina and Virgil were married for 57 years until Ina's passing in 2005. They had three daughters, 11 grandchildren, 13 great- grandchildren and 7 great- great-grandchildren. Virgil was a CPA and was the Controller for several large printing companies over a 40-year career and after • retirement moved to Meadow Valley in 1986. Virgil was predeceased by his wife Ina, daughters Cleta Ross and Faye "Cleo" Flanery and grandson Corey Bolt. He is survived by sister Betty Voytoski, daughter Joanne Bolt (Hank), grandchildren Debbi (Fred), Chuck (Bev), Cathy (Carl), Kerry (Don), Vicki (Jerry), Chris (Pam), Shawn (Maritsa), Scott (Stacy), Jason (Robin) and Stacy (James) along with 13 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren. A time of visitation will take place Thursday evening, March 20, from;5 - 7 p.m. at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel-Quincy. A celebration of Virgil's life will take place at 11 a.m., Friday, March 21, at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel-Quincy. Interment, including military honors, will follow, alongside his late wife in the Meadow Valley District Cemetery. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at Get a Free with lost-key protection with your insurance quote.* *Offer good until March 31, 2014 or while supplies last. Insurance - Travel Membership ;t' Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lic #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762, Cell 386-351 email: 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA CHP REPORT Theresa Bullard, 26, of endangerment. She was Quincy, was driving his 2011 Quincy, was driving a 1998 booked into the Plumas silver Dodge Ram 1500 The following incidents are Subaru eastbound on Bucks County Jail. Both adults eastbound on Chandler submitted by Quincy CHP as Lake.Road, .5 mile west of were wearing their safety Road, west of Carol Lane a tentative summary pending Big Creek Road, west of belts and the baby was in a East, in Quincy, at a stated the conclusion of the Quincy, at a stated speed of child safety seat. As a result, speed of 15 mph. According investigation(s). 35 mph. According to the none of the parties involved to the CHP report, Davis CHP report, as Bullard suffered injuries from the attempted to make a right Highway 70, March 9 attempted to negotiate a collision, turn onto Carol Lane East, At 8:30 p.m., Amy Yeager, right-hand curve she lost " ' but misjudged the distances. 20, of Reno, Nev., was driving Control of the vehicle. The Highway 70, March 10 Davis turned too early, and a gray 2005 Mazda 6 Subaru crossed over the Kelly Delvalle was driving instead of turning onto westbound on Highway 70 westbound lane, traveled her white 2011 Dodge Nitro Carol Lane East, he caused west of Camp Layman Road, onto the north shoulder of westbound on Highway 70 the Dodge to leave the south at approximately 60 mph. Bucks Lake Road, and just west of C Road, at a edge of the roadway. The According to the CHP report, impacted with the north stated speed of 55 mph; A Dodge traveled south across Yeager made an unsafe embankment. The collision deer ran into the roadway a grass-covered shoulder, turning movement to the left, caused minor damage to the ' from the south edge and the front of the Dodge and then back to the right, left front corner, and the left traveling northbound, and impacted with a wire fence. Yeager lost control of her front wheel of the vehicle, directly into the path of her This caused damage to vehicle and allowed it to BuUard's passenger, vehicle. According to the approximately 30 feet of the travel across the westbound Jonathan Zuieland, 20, of CHP report, she applied the fence, owned by a local . and eastbound lanes: The Quincy, was able to change vehicle's brakes, turned to rancher. Davis was able to front of the Mazda struck the the left front tire, and the left and entered the remove his vehicle from the metal and wood guardrail, continued driving the eastbound lane. Seeing an fence and fled the scene, spun around backwards, and vehicle. But due to the eastbound vehicle leaving his vehicle's front then the right rear of the damage; the vehicle was approaching, she turned to license plate stuck in the Mazda struck the guardrail a unable to be driven safely, the right and back into the fence. The Quincy area second time. It came to rest Zuieland stopped the vehicle westbound lane. When the office of the California on its wheels facing in an and called for assistance, vehicle entered the Highway Patrol was eastbound direction, During the collision westbound lane, it struck the contacted by the rancher blocking the eastbound lane. investigation, Bullard was deer with its right front, at approximately 11 a.m., After the collision, all found to have been driving Delvalle pulled to the right and a request was made to occupants of the vehicle under the influence of shoulder and stopped. The investigate the incident. exited it and waited on the alcohol at the time of the deer came to rest in the During the investigation, north shoulder of the collision, and was arrested, westbound lane. One of Davis was found to be under highway for help to arrive. Bullard's one-year-old son Delvalle's passengers the influence of alcohol at No injuries were reported, was in the vehicle at the time removed the deer from the the time of the collision. of the collision. By driving roadway. No injuries were Although not physically Bucks Lake Road, under the influence with her reported, arrested, a report was taken March 10 son in the vehicle, Bullard and a copy will be forwarded At approximately 2:15 p.m., was also charged with childChandler Road, March 13 to the Plumas County At approximately 1:30 a.m.,District Attorney's office Farm Bureau offers scholarships Richard Davis Jr., 58, of forreview. The Plumas-Sierra County Farm Bureau is honored to recognize and award deserving high school graduates and college students pursuing their education goals with scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year. Applications are due May 1 and are available by calling 993-4550 or 993-4097, by requesting online at or at local high schools. The scholarship is based on school and community activities, scholastic .... achievement, leadership skills and written application. In order to qualify for the scholarships the applicants must meet one of the following requirements: 1) be an immediate family member of a Plumas-Sierra County Farm Bureau member in good standing; or 2) reside in Plumas or Sierra County and major in the agricultural field. Dave Roberti, president of the Plumas-Sierra County Farm Bureau, stated, "It is our pleasure to help our young people continue their education in the field of agriculture." Farm Bureau is a nongovernmental, nonprofit, voluntary membership organization with the purpose of protecting and promoting agricultural interests throughout the state. Farm Bureau strives to protect and improve the ability of farmers and ranchers engaged in production agriculture, while providing a reliable supply of food and fiber through responsible stewardship of California's resources. ANDERHNI & M(,SV :t2:N.E 1312 SATURDAY March. 29, 2014 - 3:30 pm Building Relationships and Creating Supportive Environments In Early Education Join us for a FREE workshop Examining attitudes about challenging behaviors and understanding social emotional development• Pre-Registration required• email for form Margaret Bame and Sue Boling from the California Inclusion and Behavior Consultation Network will work with early educators to enhance their environments using reflective practices. For more information call Pam Becwar at 283-6500 ext 234 Sponsored by the Plumas Early Education & Child Care Council, Plumas Children's Council, SCFO Headstart, and Don't know where to turn to for support? If you have some questions or concerns about possible child sexual abuse, Please do not hesitate to call: The Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: (530) 283-4333 " 1-877-332-2754 or '4 283.5515 for information & referral