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Fessive, l~r0gre%:;e Resc:r~j ;'epor:er Wednesday, April 11,20C! 5B "Bill" Alfred Cofer am "Bill" Alfred Corer, d April 1, 2001. at his ice in Chester. born Sept. 11. 1918. District in Greenville. She was born Nov. 26, 1925, in Bishop. She moved to Indi- an Valley in 1948. Amelia, along with her hus- band, were longtime at- tendee's of the Indian Mission ding; sisters, Wanda Russell of Havasue, Ariz., and Mickey Plank of Mt. Shasta; step- brother, Fred Babcock of Mr. Shasta; and nine grandchil- dren. Visitations were held Tues- The family requests any do- nations in her memory be made to Plumas Community Hospice, c/o Fehrman Mortu- ary and Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. Maternal grandparents are Richard and Debra Vashaw of Quincy. Great-grandparents are Thomas and Lu Lawson of Lancaster. Bryce joins Austen York, 5, sured 19-1/2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Bob and Mary Edwards of Quincy. Maternal grandparen s are Dick and Fran Crism n of Danville. g ) either Sierra Hospice JWood Senior Center, hrman Mortuary and ry' P:-O:-Box 803, ~Ule, CA 95947. rlngton, Nev., and hadFull Gospel Pentecostal day, April 10, at Fehrman at home. Maternal great-grandmoth- Church of Greenville. Amelia Mortuary Chapel in Quincy. er is Dorothy Crisman of resident of Chester for enjoyed working around her A celebration of her life will Austin Robert Edwards Boise, Idaho. tl,"S'ore.mving there from house, especially tending to take place at graveside in the Stacey and Bill Edwards, of ............ had worked as a bar- her garden. She liked to cro- Quincy East Lawn Cemetery for over 40 years andchet, read, travel and dine out. Bryce Andrew Vashaw was child a'bov Austin Robert Check /i ~:ednesday, April 11, at 11Bryce Andrew Vashaw Danville welcomed their first l[' " , ...... She enjoved all types of sports ' " -' ~, ; ~ ~ .... ::~ :'~ born to Jalme Vashaw, of March 5, 2001. Born at John Out Our OnslowlaSt emplo ;edc.asinobV thein and could often be found ~ ~' ~ ~ ~ ~:' Quincy, March 28, 2001, at 5:38 Muir Hospital in Walnut , ffev. He had worked forwatching her children grand- p.m. at Plumas District Hospi. Creek, the new baby weighed H nd ou, restaurants and children, or great-gra'ndchil- talin Quinc ..... ., r~,~,,~-~.~,~,,o.,~,J t is throughout the AI- dren compete in youth activi- In Loving Memory y. pounos, ounces ano mea- Basin, along with be- ties. Ployed at Collins Pine She was preceded in death by her brothers, Alvin Cane ............. |,I their co-generation ......... 11 years, and Archie Shaw. , | lad been a longtime Amelia issurvivedbyher and former business husband of 58 years James, of ~r the Bartenders and Greenville; children, Clyde of ~$.. ~ C~~~ L~~ i ~ ~i~; ~ :!i! ry Workers Local 654 ofGreenville and Claudia A. Sal- -~ ...... _~ -':. -~ ~ -= ............ ~, ~ ~.~ ~.~, e. gado of Soboba Indian Reser- ~ "~"~ "~ ............ ~'*"*'* vation in San Jacinto; four i :i! njoyed Woodworking grandchildren; and one great- / Serving Ill be remembered in grandchild. "'~ mmunity for his dis- Lassen & Visitations were held Mon- Willie Albert Tate Head Stones Granite or Plums ; on)ilitYon tOanyStriketopic.UP a con-, day, April 9, at the Indian Mis- 5/17/51 - 4/9/00 Con~mCe~! Counties is survived by his if,sion Full Gospel Pentecostal We miss you so much. rs, Gerry, of Chester; Church. A celebration of her We love you. liiam Corer, Jr. of life followed at the church Lori, Bre, Jamar and iv.; daughter, Vickie starting at 11 a.m. with inter- Mum 7-6705 r ett of Reno, Nev.; ment following in the Those not held account- tildren, Tommy An- Greenville Cemetery. able continue on. Of Avon Park, Fla., and ~" Adkinson of Denver, Janice Elaine Woods brothers, James L. Janice Elaine Woods, 50, ~f Lower Lake, Berdettedied Sunday, April 8, 2001, at of Modesto and Dean her residence in Quincy. :tOrland; sisters, Patri- She was born Dec. 15, 1950, ella"V~rtin of Chester in Chicago, Ill., and had been USborne of Red a resident of Quincy for the half-sister, Carol Jeanpast 23 ears, moving there from Mt. Shasta City, where ~; eight grandchildren; she had resided for eight eatgrandchildren; and "ous nieces and years. Janice had been employed as an LVN at Plumas District ebrationthe gravesitef his lifein waSthe Hospital for over 15 years and :r District Cemeterywas a graduate of Feather Riv- -" ay, April 5. er College's nursing program. amily requests any do- She enjoyed the outdoors, s in his memory be her husband and family. She i Aline. Washoe Aimee Washoe, 75, lesday, April 3, 2001, at ag Term Care Unit of Valley Health Care especially fishing alongside was an accomplished seam- stress. A great enjoyment in her life was spending time with her grandchildren. Janice is survived by her. husband of 25 years, Dennis, of Quincy; daughters, Dana Gibson of Buckeye, Ariz., and Stacy Melhus of Janesville; step-son, Paul Woods of Red- Preview distanceqearning Video Program (K-grade 12, taught by master teachers) and character-building textbooks at motel site in your area. For date, time, and location, (aU toll free: 1-888-722-tS91 or visit: www.abeka.org/cnpa loh is a full blooded one) ueensland. She is release, from the Icoot area. This dog --- a nice dog. Spayed nd vaccinated, the --" only thing left is ----a big back yard. This long hair tiger cat was found in the Chester area. He is very loving and really needs _a good home. Come take a look. ,-...._ our Website at www.plumas.ca.us/pcac The shelter is in need of blankets. have any spares, please drop them by. For more information call the Plumas County Animal Shelter in Quincy at 283-3673. 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