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Bulletin, Kecoro, IrogressIve, Reporter Wednesday, March 26, 2014 3B \\; ITAL STATISTICS OBITS, from page 2B ! Blodwyn was preceded in death by her husband, Loren; her brothers Charles and Osborne Jones; and her sister Grace Rumpf. Blodwyn&apos;s family would like to express their gratitude to Lowell and Sarah Young and their family for the loving care given Blodwyn at Heavenly Home. A celebration of Blodwyn's life will be held Saturday, April 12, at 7 p.m. at the Portola Station Baptist Church in Portola. Memorials may be given in her honor to San Jose State University Faculty Wives and Assoc. Scholarship Fund. Arrangements have been entrusted to Manni Funeral Home. Donald Winters Guidici Donald Winters Guidici passed away peacefully at home March 20, 2014, at the age of 86. Don was born Jan. 8, 1928, in Oroville to Fred and Myrtle (Winters) Guidici. Don attended the Summit School for the first eight years of schooling and then attended Loyalton High School for the ninth and llth grades. For his last year of high school, Don transferred to Oroville High School after his father bought two winter ranches outside of Oroville. He graduated from Oroville High School in 1945. After high school, Don joined the Navy. WWII was just winding down when he joined so he didn't see any battle action. Don served on the battleship USS Washington until it was decommissioned and then on the USS Amphion until his discharge after two years. Don never forgot his Navy service and enjoyed going to the USS Washington reunions for many years. After his discharge from the Navy, Don took a two-year course:on animal husbandry aVUCDavis. After graduating in 1950, Don returned to the family ranch in Sierra Valley where he worked and lived until his passing. On Sept. 28, 1952, Don married Doris Mae Jones of Loyalton. They had four children: David, Doug, Donna and Diane. Don was very active in the community. He was a lifelong member of the Sierra Valley Grange and the Farm Bureau. He was also one of the original members of the Sierra Valley Roping Club. Don was a member of both the Butte and the Plumas-Sierra Cattlemen's associations. He was president of the Plutnas-Sierra Cattlemen's Association for many years and a director for many more. Don enjoyed organizing the annual cattle sale they had in Quincy for many years. Don was also a Plumas County fair board member for many years. He looked forward to spending the week in Quincy helping the 4-H kids with their animals. Don was a director of the Sierra Valley Groundwater District and served on the Last Chance Creek Water District for 23 years -- many of them as president. After suffering a stroke in 1995, Don retired from many of his community organizations, but never stopped caring about Sierra Valley. Don was also a member of the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War. He loved learning about the history of wars and enjoyed going to meetings and participating in their ceremonies. Don is survived by his four children: David (Fern) Guidici, of Vinton; Doug Guidici, of Oroville; Donna Guidici, of Vinton; and Diane Guidici, of Saco, Maine; one grandson, Nicholas Guidici, of Saco, Maine; and his sister Freida Smith, of Ariz. Don was preceded in death by his parents and wife. In lieu of flowers, send donations in Don's name to the Wounded Warrior Project at , Services will be held Thursday, March 27, at 2 p.m. in the Vinton cemetery. A gathering will follow at Vinton Grange. Arrangements have been entrusted to Manni Don't know where to turn to for support? If you or anyone you know are being bullied or harassed, whether at school or at work, please do not hesitate to call: The Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: (530) 283-4333 " 1-877-332-2754 -or~ 283-5515 referrals for information & < A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center I Funeral Home. Laurie Brooks Buck Laurie Brooks Buck was born Sept. 20, 1961, in Nev Haven, Conn., the daughter of Judy and Vern Buck. She died March 22, 2014, in Reno, Nev. She and her loving partner of 20 years, Bill Frey, shared a home in Carson City, Nev. Laurie was raised in Seattle, Wash., where she graduated from the University of Washington. After receiving her law degree from University of Utah, she passed the bar in Nevada. She was a deputy attorney general for the state of Nevada until she retired on medical disability in 2007. She is survived by her partner Bill Frey; her parents Judy Buck, of Quincy, and Vern Buck, of Seattle, Wash.; her sister Nancy Sanders and nephew Ryan Wilson, of Hermosa Beach; her aunt Nancy West, of Clayton, Ga.; Bill's sisters Meg and Kate Frey; and friend Patti Briggs, of Carson City, Nev. She was preceded in death by her aunt Polly Bennallack. Get a Free Keychain flashlight with lost-key protection with your insurance quote.* *Offer good until March 31, 2014 or while supplies last. 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Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday • 9:00am - 4:00pm Closed 12:00pro to 12:30pm for Lunch • Closed Wednesday and Thursday Feather River Disposal • (530) 283-2004 -,,,,i---.-.,,, Laurie loved the natural world, skiing, hiking, flowers and birds but especially her and Bill's miniature schnauzer dogs, Arizona and Kenai. She had a strong sense of justice and a keen wit and a love of music. She lived with courage through the changes that multiple sclerosis brought to the last 10 years of her life. Remembrances can be made to the Committee to Save Mono Lake. II Check MARRIAGE LICENSES March 14 Cynthia Lynn Dawson and Wayne Keith Hutchinson, both of Dayton, Nev. March 17 Mika James Beach-Hills and Heather Nicole Artrup, both of Fernley, Nev. • Made in USA • 100% solid wood & metal parts • Chairs, Recliners, Couches AND MORE! 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