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2la Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS/LAW and ORDER OBITUARIES Phyllis Marian (Hart) Ridenour Phyllis Marian (Hart) Ridenour, aged 90, passed away peacefully in her sleep April 1, 2014, in Camp Verde, Ariz. She was born Aug. 29, 1923, to George Franklin Hart and Marguerite May (Hazen) Hart m Beverly, Mass. She graduated with anAA degree from St. Petersburg Junior College in St. Petersburg, Fla. She lived in San Diego for 30 years and then another 30 or so in Greenville, before her fmal move to Camp Verde in 2009. She loved gardening, reading and dogs. She was predeceased by her son Melvin Young. She is survived by her daughter Karen (Bill) Doran, of Poway, her son Norman Lewis, of San Diego, her son Patrick Lewis, of Port Angeles, Wash., a granddaughter, Nicki (Matt) Schlemmer, of St. Louis, Mo., a sister, Marilou Coy, of Phoenix, Ariz., and several nieces and nephews. At her request there will be no services. Ralph Earl Anderson Sr. Ralph went home to Godon Sunday, April 6, 2014, surrounded by his loving family. He was born Nov. 6, 1935. He is survived by his wife Sharlyne, children Andralyne, Ralph Jr., LynnAnn and Jolynn, seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and his brother Howard Anderson.: Ralph retired from IBM in 1997 after 32 years of service as a procurement manager. He served his country for 29 years in the United States Marine Corps and retired as a lieutenant colonel. After retiring, Ralph and Sharlyne moved to the family's favorite vacation spot, Lake Almanor. He was active in various community organizations and the Chester Community United Methodist Church. In his spare time, he enjoyed waterskiing, golfing and watching his favorite teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Denver Broncos. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his honor to the Chester Community United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 615, Chester, CA 96020. Our community benefits from BIRTHS Kailey Elizabeth Studebaker Kailey Elizabeth Studebaker was born to Bryan and Kenna (Goodson) Studebaker of Grants Pass, Ore., on March 27, 2014, in Medford, Ore. Kailey weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Grar)dparents include Ken and Laurie (Penland) Goodson, of Medford, and Ted and Beth Studebaker, of Grants Pass. Great-grandparents are Betty and the late Don Penland, of Quincy. MARRIAGE LICENSES April 3 Darrell Patrick-McAllister and Kayla Anne Trout, both of Greenville. April 4 Kimberly Ann Polimeni and Jason Michael Eastman, both of Reno, Nev. April 9 Alejandro Luis Ramos and April Dianna Wool, both of Sparks, Nev. 13 1 nd Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Broadband. MANNI FUNERAL HOME AND EVERGREEN CREMATORY Simplifying Internet. PST is a wholly owned subsidiary of Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative, serving neighbors since 1937. (800) 221-3474 plumoG.- ierr telecommuQic tion . irffi~itebandwidth, mfiaiteso!utions, mSr~itepossibilities. www.plumes~ler r~t elecom.c am Read all about it on our Websitel New charter Plumas-Sierra County Grand Jury members are presented with the chapter's charter during a meeting in Sacramento on April 5. Mark Murray (left) and Dennis Doyle (right) met with the state organization's president, Beate Boultinghouse, during the Capital Chapter's regional meeting. The Plumas-Sierra County Chapter's meeting is set for April 23 at 1 p.m. in Quincy at the Round Table Pizza Parlor in the Safeway shopping center. Contact Murray for confirmation of the date via Photo by Daniel Mufs0n CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by Quincy CHP as a ten ta rive summary pending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Highway 70, April 5 At an unknown time, an unknown person was driving a 2000 Buick LaSabre on the private property 6f 29213 Highway 70. According to the California Highway Patrol report, the unknown person,: drovethr'ough the grassy/muddy yard and attempted to make a U-turn. While in the process of negotiating the U-turn, the front bumper of the Buick collided with a metal tee pit ring. The fire pit ring was dislodged and dented and the unknown driver of the vehicle fled the 'scene. An investigation and follow-up is in process. Highway 70, April 5 At approximately 7:44 p.m., Mary Ellen Jones, 78, of Graeagle, was driving in her 2008 Toyota Highlander on Highway 70 just west of County Road A23. According to Jones' statement, she was returning from Reno, Nev., when she suddenly fell asleep while driving. Jones was jarred awake as the Toyota left the roadway and began traveling through the rough grass embankment on the north side of the road. Jones turned to the left and re-entered the highway befor~_~onlinu'mgonto:the~ south side. Jones collided with a barbed wire fence and eventually came to rest on the south side of the highway. Jones was assessed by emergency personnel on scene before being released to family. CHo, April 6 At approximately 8 p.m., Daniel Patterson, 30, of Quincy, was driving his 2004 GMC 2500 southbound in Clio on Highway 89 at a stated speed of 55 mph. As he traversed a curve to his right, Patterson stated he swerved If you feel a little overwhelmed, a little lost and in need of support, we can help. Call the Plumas/Sierra C 'isis Line at: at 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 for information, referrals, and resources. A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center to the left to avoid several deer in the roadway. He crossed over the northbound lane and traveled onto the east shoulder of Highway 89 where he struck three Caltrans paddle markers and a fence. After damaging 85 feet offence, Patterson's vehicle came to rest facing south on its wheels on the east shoulder of the highway. Patterson left the scene but retu~ed the~.u;fl:) following day to try and find the owners of the fence. He was unable to find the owners so he contacted the Quincy CHP office the following morning and filed a collision report. Patterson was uninjured during the incident. Rush Creek Road, April 8 Keith Mahan, 63, of Twain, was riding his 2010 Polaris Sportsman XP in Missouri Flat Road approaching Rush Creek Road at approximately 5 mph. At approximately 10:39 a.m., as he attempted a U-turn on Rush Creek Road to travel back down Missouri Flat Road, his Polaris overturned and landed on top of him. After the Collision, neighbors freed him from under the Polaris and he remained at the scene until the arrival of emergency personnel. According to the CHP report, Mahan suffered fractures to his right ankle. To send a legal: To send an advertisement: ( is NO LONGER IN USE rED. 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