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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 20, 2013 3B VITAL STATISTICS / LAW an.d ORDER OBITS, from page 2A Northeastern California lum- ber community of Westwood with her family where she resided until moving to Chester in 1954 following the closing of the Fruit Growers Mill. On July 4, 1936, Jean mar- ried Harold H. Kolosick and to this union three sons were born. First and foremost a loving wife and mother, Jean took great pride in her family. Her professional career as a secre- tary, first for Fruit Growers Lumber Company, later for Citizens Utilities and the Collins Pine Company she concluded her career with The National Park Service. An accomplished seam- stress she especially enjoyed needle work and it is said that she not only knitted Rems but she knitted wardrobes. Jean was a longtime member of the Peacemakers Quilting Guild and the PEO. Later in life following the passing of her first husband, she married Frank Locatell on Sept. 18, 1976. The couple enjoyed traveling together es- pecially on the Baja Peninsu- la where she collected sea shells to produce beautiful shell art. In passing Jean leaves her sons Tommy Joe Kolosick and his wife Elsie, of Chico, and Gary Kolosick and his wife Kathleen, of Chester; along with her precious four grandchildren and numerous great- and great-great-grand- children. She also is survived by a sister, Madge Seher of Salmon, Idaho. She joins her husbands, Harold "Harry" Kolosick and Frank Locatell, and son Robert in their eternal home. A celebration of Jean's life will take place 2 p.m. Satur- day, March 23, at the Commu- nity United Church of Chester. Inurnment will take place in the Chester District Cemetery. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman- mortuary.com. Mary Joan Harmon Greenville resident Mary Joan Harmon passed from this life at her residence Thursday afternoon, March 14, 2013, at the age of 80. Born to Nebraska farmers Bert and Leona (MeMullen) Scott in Wayne, Neb., on Dec. 9, 1932, the family moved to Wake- field, Neb., where Mary was raised and educated graduating from Wakefield High School as a member of the Class of 1950. Shortly out of high school, Mary married' a handsome young soldier named John Lip- pelt on Nov. 25, 1950, and to this union three sons and two daughters were born. The cou- ple moved west to settle in Bue- na Park in 1954 and Mary resided there until 1977 when she moved to Brookings, Ore. BIRTHS Kameron Wayne Gilliam Kameron Wayne Gilliam was born to Gerald Gilliam and Sabrina Vieira, of Quin- cy, on March 11, 2013, at 11:14 p.m. at Plumas District Hos- pital in Quincy. Kameron weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Gayle and Victor Vieira. Paternal grandparents are Kathy and Ted Gilliam. Kameron is also welcomed by sibling Matthew Gilliam, 23 months. MARRIAGE LICENSES March 15 Katy Fouad Hayek and Zachary James Goodin, both of Carmichael. Following an earlier divorce from John and while residing in Brookings she met and later married Richard Harmon in 1981. The family grew by a son and two daughters at this union. The couple had been looking at property in Greenville prior to their wed- ding and shortly thereafter moved to the Northeastern Cali- fornia community where she has resided for the past thirty- two years. Mary's professional career as a Certified Nurses Assistant led her to work at St. Jude's Hospi- tal while residing in Buena Park and to Good Samaritan Convalescent Hospital while re- siding in Brookings; Ore., al- though while working she took pride in caring for her family as they always came first. Mary had a passion for and was talented in all types of crafts and especially enjoyed sewing and painting. She was involved with the Buena Park Little League while living there and enjoyed fishing the moun- tain lakes and streams as well as pannirig for gold while resid- ing in Greenville. In passing Mary leaves her sons, Gerald Lippolt, of Greenville, Keith Lippolt, of Pahrump, Nev., and Kenneth Lippolt, of Westwood; daugh- ters Linda Law, of Tahoe City, Nev., and Angela Rios, of Brea; stepson James Harmon, of Kla- math Falls, Ore.; stepdaughters Carol McNickle, of Klamath Falls, Ore., and Jackie Thorp; along with her precious eleven grand-, six great-grand- and four great-great-grandchildren. A celebration of Mary's life will take place 1 p.m., Wednes- day, March 20, at the Feh/man Mortuary Chapel-Greenville. Interment will take place in the Greenville District Cemetery at a later date. A reception will fol- low the services at the Greenville Park. An opportuni- ty to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman- mortuary.com. In lieu of flow- ers, the family asks that any do- nation in Mary's memory be made to either the Indian Val- ley Food Pantry, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947, or a favorite charity of the donor's choice. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests Chester One person was a charge of DUI. arrested on Greenville One person was a charge of DUI. arrested on Portola One person was arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One person was arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating pro- bation. Quincy One person was a charge of DUI. arrested on One person was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license and vio- lating probation. One person was arrested on a charge of public intoxica- tion and resisting arrest. One person was arrested on a charge of resisting arrest. Fire Thursday, March 7 Electrical: In Graeagle, a caller reported a possible CHP REPORT Bucks Lake Road, March 12 At approximately 9:30 a.m., Alesha Lindsey, 19, of Meadow Valley, was driving a 2001 Toyota Camry eastbound on Bucks Lake Road at approximately 40 mph. According to the CHP report, Lindsey lost control of the vehicle on the icy roadway. The Toyota left the road and traveled omto the south shoulder and struck the embankment. It then rolled over onto its roof, facing southwesterly. Lindsey complained of pain injuries following the collision. , i,i1[ 1 !li , Insurance Get quotes on AAA Home and Auto Insurance now and receive up to two FREE portable speakers. Bob Phelps emaU: robert.phelps@goAAA.com Insurance Agent uc,0 79098 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA QUINCY HOME MEDICAL SERVICES "A Medicare Certified Home Health Agency" i Skilled Nursing . Home Health Aide Physical Therapy Wound Care Occupational Therapy Home Infusion Nursing We Accept Medicare, Medi-Cal & many private insurances. For a referral to our agency, please ask your doctor or hospital discharge planner to call our office. 211 Lawrence St., Quincy 283-9787 2930 Riverside Drive, Susanviile 257-4100 Toll Free: 800-494-1747 Offer ends 3/26113 20i9 East Main St., Quincy 283-2929 www.quincyhotspot.com Regal Garden Stakes & Statues Make your guess as to how many M&Ms are in the bird feeder. Win prizes[ Last day to enter 3/23/13 %. Tues-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm Sat lOam-4pm Closed Sun & Mon electrical fire. Graeagle The call was transferred to a fall victim who suffered a fire was paged. South Lassen EMS. Indian possible head injury. The Valley fire was paged, call was transferred to Friday, March 9 Seizure: In Quincy, a caller SIFC. A deputy was advised. Snowmobile: Near LaPorte, requested an ambulance forCardiac: In Gold Mountain, a deputy requested assis- her daughter who was hav- a caller requested medical tance for a snowmobile that ing a seizure. The call was aid for the victim of a possi- was fully engulfed in transferred to Plumas Dis-ble heart attack. The call flames. The information trict Hospital. PDH and was transferred to EPHC. was transferred to La- Quincy fine were paged. Portola, Eastern Plumas Porte/CDFfire. and Graeagle fire were Saturday, March 9 paged. Medical Unknown malady: At Lake Wednesday, March 6 Almanor, a caller requested Tuesday,, March 12 Overdose: In Delleker, a medicalaid forher husband Unknov~n malady: In caller requested an ambu- who was ill. The call was Greenville, a caller advised lance because of an acciden- transferred to Susanville In- that a male subject was not tal overdose. The call was teragency Fire Center. A stable and needed to go to transferred to Eastern deputy was advised, the hospital. The call was Plumas Health Care. East- transferred to SLEMS. ern Plumas/Portola fire Unknown malady: In Quin- was paged, cy, a caller requested an ambulance for a female whoBlood pressure: In Portola, Accident: In Beckwourth, a was ill. The call was trans- a caller requested an ambu- caller requested an ambu- ferred to PDH. Quincy firelance for her elderly mother lance for herself after being and PDH were paged, who was experiencing high involved in a single-vehicle blood pressure. The call was rollover accident. The call transferred to EPHC. Porto- was transferred to EPHC. la/Eastern Plumas fire was Beckwourth fire was paged, paged. Thursday, March 7 Seizure: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for herself because she said she was having a seizure. The call was transferred to EPHC. Poz tola/Eastern Plumas fire Was paged. Friday, March 8 Cardiac: In Crescent Mills, a caller requested an ambu- lance for herself because she was having chest pain. Sunday, March 10 Unknown malady: In Ked- die, a caller requested med- ical attention of his wife. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy fire and PDH were paged. General illness: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambu- lance for herself due to ill- ness. The call was trans- ferred to PDH. Quincy fire and PDH were paged. Monday, March 11 Fall: In Chester, a caller requested an ambulance for Miscellaneous Wednesday, March 6 Rocks: On Highway 89, south of Indian Fall, a large rock slide was reported by the CHP. The slide covered both lanes. Monday, March 11 Fake money: In Portola, a deputy reported that a coun- terfeit $100 bill had been passed to a merchant. Man it on harge of b ry A Friday, March 15, alter- was not released, said he another person. cation in Portola led to a had been called racial slurs According t'o the CHP, man being cited on a charge and was assaulted by Scov- both Scoville and Hovland of battery and a woman cit- ille. were cited and released at ed on a charge of making a During the investigation the scene because the threat, at the scene, the CHP report- Plumas County jail was full. According to the Califor- ed that Grace Hovland had The CHP said the investi- nia Highway Patrol, Charles used threatening language gation would be turned Scoville was confronted by against another adult re- over to the Plumas County officers about 7 p.m. on the male connected to the origi- district attorney to review corner of Main and First nalvictim, whether Scoville would streets. Hovland was charged with be charged with a hate The victim, whose name making terrorist threats tocrime. & DMV Required Programs Helping People Successfully Satisfy Their Court & DMV Requirements At These Locations: Chester- 200 Main St. Greenville - 209 Hwy. 89 Portola - 500 First Avenue Quincy- 173 Lawrence Street John Banks For more information, contact Plumas Sierra Community Solutions (530) 283-9678 pscs@digitalpath.net www.rduiprogram.com Take me home "#" : %::: ...."Squeak" is a 4-year-old "Harley" is a 3-year:old unaltered female Border Collie cross. I "~" male..~~.~oll o ~--~w~hh~.vo .'__'., cross. Harley is very sweet and puppies, four have already ~ I I~e friendly, been adopted. She is a happy ~-.. I girl. '. "~" ] Shelter hours are Monday & Wednesday 8am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday I pm-5pm, Saturday I 12-5 for viewing only and closed Friday & Sunday. Plumas Animal Services charges o $10 fee lit, S_ I and license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary "BO I of choice to have the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call 283-3673 or visit countyofplumas.com or petfinders.com. Sponsored by: 283-0480 INCY DRUG STORE E,ST 1875 Your local downtown full service pharmacy including veterinary compounding 1 i