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2B Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter ITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Gerry Loughran  Gerry Loughran died Dec. 7, 2009. He was born Aug. 11, 1959, in Rathcoole, County Dublin, Ireland, and he lived in County Dublin until he moved to the States in 1998. He lived along the California coast until 2004, when he moved to Graeagle. He worked as a finish carpenter and was considered an "old world craftsman" for the works of art he created in wood. Gerry lived as a friend to everyone he met. He as gra- cious and geneI:ous by nature and was the first one many people turned to for a helping hand. His enthusiasm was in- fectious. There was a light in his eyes and a lilt to his voice that brought joy and life to our community. Gerry loved Ireland and Irish music most of all. He was most at home in the Bur- ren, County Clare, Ireland or on the Aran Islands, and he dreamed of returning there. He played the concertina. Whether he played alone or with others, the true spirit of Ireland came through his mu- sic. He was the embodiment of that spirit. He is pre-deceased by his mother, Katherine, and his fa- ther, Tom, and his older brother, Andy. He leaves behind three sisters: Mary, Esther and Susie; four children: Jennifer, Grace, Darren and Niamh; three grandchildren; and his wife, Linda Satchwell. A celebration of Gerry's life will be held in May in Graeagle. Glenna Lee Alldredge : Glenna was born in Butler, Me., Dec. 22, ..... : 1920, and passed away March 24, 2010, at the Golden Living Center in Redding. She lived in the Westwood- Chester area nearly 70 years. She loved God, her family, her friends, and church. She loved driving when she still could; she especially loved red Buicks. Up until the end, she was al- ways ready to go somewhere. She loved being with family and friends and had such a special love for her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She also loved music played by Bob and Gloria Robinson. She is survived by her sis- ter, Peggy Bray of Redding, her sister, Gib Livingston of Sapulpa, Okla., Guy Van Ars- dale of Tulsa, Okla., and Ed- ward Van Arsdale of Tulsa, Okla. Her brother, Harold, preceded her in death. She is also survived by her children, Anna and Charles Barajas of Mt. Shasta; Guy All- dredge of Redding; Ginger and Reggie King of Reno, Nev.; and Melba and John Hulley of Sacramento. Her son, John, preceeded her in death. She had nine grandchildren -IHoney Lake Valleyl00 Headstones & Cemetery Supplies SAVE : Head Stones 1Oa/. ' Monuments ', Engraving [off ' cumpetitar'a -'- Granite or pricel] Concrete Coping & Borders 257-7523 orEbeil 249-9011 Noah Miller I 470-600 Cottomwood Rd Susanville B-- Protect your pet against Heartworm Disease Heartworm Erlichia/Lyme/ Anaplasmosis Disease Testing 20% o. (thru April 30th) Indian Creek Veterinary Clinic Old Arlington Rd., Crescent Mills Call for appointment ... 284-6187 and 10 great-grandchildren. Services .were held at the Wesleyan Church in Chester, with internment at the West- wood Cemetery. Zackary Kenneth Charlton Zackary Ken- neth Charlton went to be with the Lord at age 28 in Reno, Nev., Wednes- day, March 24, 2010. He successfully con- quered his first battle of tes- ticular cancer at age 19, but after eight years of remission was suddenly overtaken by the disease. Zack was born Nov. 24 1981, in Quincy, to Kerry and Christine Charlton and be- came little brother to Allison Charlton. He grew up in Red- ding, and loved being with friends and family. His smile was infectious, never judgmental and always willing to listen to others while wearing his heart on his sleeve. He was a romantic, who loved to dream and talk about all the possibilities in life. He blazed his own trail in life and always kept Mom and Dad on their toes. He gave his life to the Lord at a young age, and whenever life dealt him a blow, he would always turn to the Lord. He loved playing hockey and talking about movies with lifelong friend, Cody VoUmers, who was always by his side until the end, even sleeping in the hospital next to him for three nights while Zack was in a coma praying God would do a miracle. He loved movie quotes and was the king of random text messages to friends and family. He loved anything on a board or in the water and enjoyed the simple things in life like lazy afternoons, the smell of surf wax, hammocks, cold oceans and hot sand, downtown San Diego at 4 a.m. and the fields in Fall River Mills. He always had a desire to help others, which drove him to complete a two-year nurs- ing program and was studying to become a full-time nurse. We were very proud of Zack and are sad his life was cut short, but know he's in heav- en doing the work of the Lord. He is survived by his parents Kerry and Christine Charlton of Quincy, and his sister and brother-in-law, Brad and Allie, and his newborn nephew, Coop- er Bentley in Palos Verdes Es- tates. He's survived by mater- nal grandmother Nancy Cooper and paternal grandfather Hale Charlton both of Quincy, along with many close aunts, uncles and cousins in Northern and Southern California. Lastly, he was survived by his one true love in life, Rosie Paradella. A celebration of life for Za- ck was held Sunday, March 28, in Truckee. A special thanks to all friends and fami- ly who poured into Zack's life through the years. We all are looking forward to seeing him again one day in paradise. His favorite song was "God is Great, Beer is Good and People are Crazy." His favorite quote was "The only easy day was yesterday." And he lived by the follow- ing three words: Faith, Hope and Love Duane Allen Knox Quincy resi- dent Duane Allen Knox passed from this life peace- fully, with family at his In Memory of Alyce Maybelle Loskill In Loving Memory of a beautiful lady, our mother Alyce Maybelle Loskill passed from our lives into the arms of her Savior Our Lord Jesus Christ, where she will be spending eternity on March 14, 2010. ,Born in Mason City, Iowa on Aug, 10, 1925, she was ar only ChII0 to LewiS and Feac Ida RobertSon..she leaves behind four .children: Barbara, Sharon, Bobby and Joyce; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A resident of Lake Almanor for over 20 years, she will always be remembered for her beautiful silver hair and her wonderful spirit from within. Known to all for her vintage clip-on earrings that she was never without. Even though, Morn, we know you are at peace and in good hands, we miss you and Love you so much. Thank you, Mommy, for Always being there for us. We Love You, Your family rumors, sexual touching or being forced to do something sexual. Sexual harassment is against the law, no matter the environment. If you have any questions about sexual harassment and other forms of sexual bullying, please Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 283-5515 and ask for a counselor. All calls are confidential. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 ':.-- Center i1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program 2f:gug:CrcsiSt ,entervention v APRIL IS CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Plumas Children's Council Thursday I Share a banana split at the local Frosty Friday 2 Talk about not hitting & the good uses for hands Saturday Visit the local museum in your town 4 Tell your child how they make you proud II Wash the family car- everyone has a job 18 Go kite flying at the park 25 Share your blessings- volunteer with your child $ Aend school even,open house, teacher meetings 12 Bake a cake or cookies together 19 Compliment your child for showing responsibility 26 Take a nature walk-count the birds you see 6 Help your child write a letter to a friend or relative 13 Play catch at the park or your backyard 20 Go to the park and swing together 27 Read to your child and let your child read to you 7 Tell them stories about when you were young 14 Hang your child's art work around your house 21 Tell them stories about when they were young 28 Mark May 15 on the family calendar for the Children's Faire 8 Sing a song as you ride along in the car 15 Help your child sign up for a library card 22 Talk about recycling & our planet on Earth Day 29 Make a list of the reasons your child is special 9 Ask your child to teach you a favorite game 16 Act foolish- Tell silly jokes Plant a seed or bulb and watch it grow 3O Tell your child I LOVE YOU everyday I0 Let your child create & cook your dinner. 17 Look at the stars and find the Big Dipper 24 Play a card or board game IT ONLY TAKES A MINUTE side, early Wednesday morn- ing, March 24, 2010, at Plumas District Hospital, following a valiant battle with heart failure. Born 74 years ago to Ne- braska natives Bayard and Evelyn (Bible) Knox in Beat- rice, Neb., Duane was raised and educated in Beatrice graduating from Beatrice High School as a member of the class of 1953. He went on to obtain his AA degree at Wentworth Military Academy, then on to Univer- sity of Nebraska for one year. Shortly thereafter on a blind date Duane met a beau- tiful young lady named Nina Hogle. In just three months, their love for one another blossomed to the point that they were united in matrimo- ny in Crete, Neb. Dec. 26, 1955. To this blessed union of al- most 55 years one son and two daughtdrs were born. The family moved west to settle in the San Francisco South Bay area in 19711 resid- ing there until moving to Quincy in 1986. A business entrepreneur at heart, Duane has been in- volved in a number of ven- tures in his life, but most proudly owned and operated Stone House Furniture of Quincy from 1987 to 1993 until a heart attack forced him to close the business. A devoted Christian, Duane served the congregation of the Quincy First Baptist Church as a deacon. He is a longtime member of the Lincoln, Neb. Masonic Lodge. Duane en- joyed fishing as well as read- ing, was an old movie buff, and had a passion for "follow- ing the ponies." In passing, Duane leaves his loving wife Nina of Quincy; son Bayard C. Knox II and his wife Karen of San Jose; daugh- ters Elizabeth and her hus- band Bruce Whiteaker of Gilroy, Audrey and her hus- band Bern Ruelas of Hayward; sister Judy Doles of Indiana, Pa., along with his precious grandchildren: Krisalyn, Melody. Jana and Joshua. A celebration of Duane's life took place 2 p.m. Satur- day, March 27, at the Quincy First Baptist Church. Inurn- ment will take place at a later date in the family plot of Evergreen Cemetery of Beat- rice, Neb. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest regis- ter is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. The family suggests any re- membrances in Duane's mem- ory be made to either the American Lung Association or the Breast Cancer Re- search Foundation, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- matory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. Irene Constance Hansen 1929 - 2010. No more gentle and beautiful soul would we ever love: She now abides in the arms of God above. Beloved wife, mother, friend, aunt and grandmother Irene was passionate about many things; her family, quilting, "her" desert -- all things in nature, she had a deep interest in genealogy. Survived by her husband of 59 years, Herbert Edwin Hansen; son and daughter-in- law Eric and Debbie Hansen; son and daughter-in-law Chris and Connie Hansen; son and daughter-in-law Bill and Karen Hansen; five grandchil- dren; two great-grandchildren and many dear friends, she will be lovingly remembered by all. She started her family in Oakland, in 1951, then moved to Cherry Lane in Walnut Creek. Irene loyally drove a school bus for several years. 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