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~J 25, 2001 m Bandy, 89, died in La Farge High 1927 and then attend- Business College Wis. She attend- College in Wis., and taught Schools there in Elmer T. Smith married Milton Kock 1933. that time she was Ls a lab tech at Paper Co., accountant at Cen- ;In Trucking Co. Trucking attended Col- rs College a bachelors degree and later earned in Educa- and Guid- elementary Year in Climax, years in An- Lucille mar- Bandy They moved to 1962 and Mrs. in South a school Worked as a 1964- in 1979 and ,t Point for I0 returning to a member of the Methodist Methodist County His- American As- Women with the Lodi as a vol- served as trea- rvived by her Kopsa of grandchildren; fildren. preceded in lUsband, Norris in 1976; and races Lucille erine Lee her name may First United 200 West 95240, or to Soci- No. 101, 67, died Sat- 2001, at her Dec. 25, 1933, Yo., to Rosemary ton City. Survivors include her daughters, Esperanza Chris- tianson of Susanville, Andrea Perez of El Cajon, Carolina Ru- bio of Hamilton City, Susana Faustino of Westwood and Marcella Allen of Sacramento; son, Jesus, Jr. of Perris; step- daughter, Martha Chavez of Texas; brothers, Margareto Cantu of Yuba City, Clement Cantu of Eureka and Robert Cantu of Nebraska; sisters, Al- ice Corvera of Susanville, Nel- lie Valles of Atwater and Eleanor Ramirez of Orland; 12 grandchildren; and 10 great- grandchildren. She will be buried next to her husband. Memorial contributions may be made to the Gambro Dialy- sis Center, c/o Newton- Bracewell Chico Funeral Home. John Willim SmRll John William Smith, 45, died Sunday, April 15, 2001, at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. He was born July 20, 1955, in Ellwood City, Pa., and had been a resident of Quincy for 10 years, moving there from Rialto in San Bernardino County. John was the owner/opera- tor of Eagle Repair; he was a mechanic for 25 years. He was past Esquire and Leading Knight of the Quincy Elks Lodge, founding president of the Quincy Bass Club and involved with the Boy Scouts and served as Scout Master of the Cub Scouts. John was an avid outdoors- man, belonging to the Quincy Sports Shooting Association and various other fishing and hunting clubs. He was also a member of the Quincy Cham- ber of Commerce. John is survived by his wife of 24 years, Helen Mary Sunny Smith, of Quincy; sons, Ken- neth Smith of Portola, and An- thony Smith of Quincy; daugh- ter, Patricia Ann Cash of Quin- cy; mother and step-father, Joyce and Howard Peterson of East Liverpool, Ohio; brothers, Steve Smith of Clovis, N.M., and Bill Smith and Fred Peter- son, both of Pennsylvania; sis- ters, Beverly Good of New Brighton, Pa., Selina, Dee Dee and Jessee Peterson, all of Ohio, and Kirn Board of Ohio; and one grandson. Following cremation, a cele- bration of his life was held Sat- urday, April 21, at 2 p.m. at the Quincy Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The family requests dona- tions in his memory be made to either the Quincy Women's Shelter, c/o Fehrman Mortu- ary, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971, or the Quincy Bass Club, P.O. Box 930, Quincy, CA 95971. Alfred L R humn Alfred L. Robinson, 68, died April 16, 2001, at his residence. He was born June 5, 1932, in Diamond, Okla. . _ .Was raised in Alfred was employea as a Lty. She married switchman by Western Pacific and the couple Railroad for 45 years. _ tWood for many He loved woodworking, ILSn- ing and ham radio. Com. Alfred is survived by his wife, Grace Robinson, of ! to Hamil- Oroville; daughter, Patricia IQst.. 'Ve heard every claim to relieve your Psoriasis. Will help if it doesn't penetrate your Let us tell you, FREE, how YOU can stop itching and flaking. 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You were a cherished member of our team, without you here it is like a bad dream. The pain will ease because we know it's God's will, We don't know what to do, your boots impossible to fill. Every time we hear a siren in the distance, you will come to mind, You brought laughter to our lives Dave, you were one of a kind. Anonymous @drogory Allen Mmrleovlh~ Gregory Allen Marinovich, died April 15, 2001, of acute Leukemia. He was born in San Francis- co in 1943, and had been a resi- dent of Lake Alrnanor West. Greg enjoyed traveling with his wife and friends. He was a sportsman who greatly en- joyed hunting and fishing. In 1988, he retired with his wife permanently to their home on the Lake Almanor West shore, which they built together in 1978. Greg was a member of the Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, Rocky Mountain Elks Founda- tion, Blue Ribbon Coalition for Natural Resources, California Waterfowl Association, West Valley Sportsman's Club, Na- tional Rifle Association and many others. He is survived by his wife, Betty Jean Marinovich; daugh- ters, Antonia Marie Mari- novich-Quinn and Deborah Ann Marinovich; sisters Katherine Soares, Sunday Marinovich and Carol McDow- ell; brothers, Michael Mari- novich and Tomislav Mari- novich; one grandson; and nu- merous aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services were held at St. Simon's Church in Mountain View Friday, April 20. Burial took place at the Gate of Heaven Catholic Ceme- tery in Los Altos. Have you recently tested positive for HIV? Do you know someone who is HtV+? Are you unsure about where you can go for health services and support? Call the Mountain Counties HIV Early Intervention Project at 1(800) 472-5871 or visit our website at: www.4-health.orcj/Scounty We can provide you with confidential lab work, check-ups, health & nutrition education, counseling and referral. If you are concerned about your H IV status, call your local health department or our 800 number for testing information. ,fencing Las-’e~, Mo~o’, PbJmas, Siena & $iskiyou county's. SencJces #rovided tg, ou’~ funding t~ tt~ Departme~ of HealO~ S~vic~, Off~e of AIDS. Bulletin. Progressrge. Record, Repo~er mm m Mary Ann Hamilton Mary Ann Hamilton, 53, died Monday, April 16, 2001, at her residence in Quincy. She was born Jan. 1, 1948, in Red Bank, N.J., and had been a resident of Quincy from 1978. 1990 moving to Colorado and returning to Quincy in 1991. Mary had attended St. John's Catholic Church. She loved the outdoors, espe- cially her garden. Mary is survived by her hus- band, Richard, of Quincy; mother, Mary L. Buckalew of Eatontown, N.J.; brothers, Michael Buckalew of New Jer- sey, James Buckalew of Col- orado, and Paul Buckalew of Florida. Following cremation, pri- vate family services will be held at a later date. The family requests dona- tions in her memory be made to a charity of choice. Rolmet W. Hover Robert W. Hover, 73, died at his home in Sonoma following a long illness. Born in New Jersey, he moved to California in 1950 and graduated from Sacramen- to State. He started working with Matson Navigation Company in 1959 as a purser, where he met his wife, Nan. He contin- ued in the Merchant Marines until 1988. The Hovers then moved from the Bay Area to Lake Almanor, where they enjoyed their re- tirement years and later estab- lished a second home in Sono- ma. Bob is survived by his wife, Nan; daughter, Katie; sister, Jayne Harms; step-brother, Bill Hover; one grandson; and numerous nieces and nephews. Internment will be at the Chester Community Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donation be made to Hospice of Marin, Sonoma Val- ley Team, 735 Broadway, Sono- ma, CA 95476. Jacob Ingvaid Sather Jacob Ingvaid Sather, 93, died Monday, April 16, 2001, at SunBridge Nursing and Reha- bilitation in Quincy. He was born April 29, I907, in Norway. He immigrated to the United States at the out- break of World War II to learn to fly. Jacob served as a Flight Offi- cer and instructor for the U.S. Army Air Corp. He received his basic instruction out of Beckwourth Field, now known as Nervino Airport, at the start of World War II. He had been self employed as a custom home contractor and cabinet maker for over 60 years. He and his son operated Sather and Son Contracting in the San Francisco South Bay Area. His cabinetry work can still be viewed throughout the See's Candy Store Chain, as he built many of the custom dis- play cases still in use today. An avid aviation enthusiast, Jake has piloted, maintained and built his own aircraft throughout his adult life. He was a longtime member of the Experimental Aircraft Associ- ation, NRA and former mem- ber of the San Francisco Local of the Carpenters Union. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Jeannette Looney, in 1999; two brothers; and one sister. Jake is survived by his wife of 63 years, Helen, of Chester; son, John of San Carlos two grandchildren; and six great. grandchildren. Following cremation, at his request, no services will be held. AII Wa@HNr Alice Josephine Anderson Wagner, 95, died April 21, 2001, at Sierra Valley District Hospi- tal in Loyalton. She was born March 19, 1906, in San Francisco to Alfred Karl and Josephina Zetterstrom An- Ikm Oblts, Imgo 411 I & elmilrnY lUm llm ~NJ, NJU 7 UYS * 8 ~i-6 N ~.4,/4cad 4. Grardte or Concm, te 0uax Lowe. Prt2 . Nomh & Tm'riQ It~m~v Servir Lassen & Plums Counties 472 200 DIAMOND CREST lid, SUSANVILLE Residential Care Home For The Elderly Providing a secure, carefree residence for seniors who can no longer safely live at home. 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