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2B Wednesday, May 19,2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter t VITAL TATISTICS OBITUARIES Quiggle, all of Grass Valley; as well as her mother, Joan Debra Denise Marino Moore, of Chico, sister, Kelley ~ Debra Denise Moore, of Chico, and brother, Marino passed Keith Moore, of Chico. away May 8, A celebration of her life was 2010, in Grass held Sunday, May 16, at the Valley, with her Durham Park, 1895 Durham son, daughter- Dayton Highway. in-law, and In lieu of flowers in her closest friends at her side. memoriam, donations may be She was born Aug. 3, 1951, made to the Sierra Nevada in Chico to Robert and Joan Memorial Hospital Founda- Moore. She attended local tion at P.O Box 1810, Grass schools and graduated from Valley, CA 95945. Pleasant Valley High School in 1970. Raymond B. Rhode Debra was married to John ~:'.:~ ::~ Ray Rhode Quiggle of Chico from 1971 to ~ passed away 1981 and they had a son, ~:i:: peacefully at Justin Quiggle, in 1974. ..... : his home early Debra lived in Eureka, For- .................. ~: Friday morn- est Ranch, Sacramento, Lake .... ing, May 7, sur Tahoe, before finally settlingrounded by his in the Chester/Lake Almanor family. Ray was born January area. 20, 1920, in San Francisco. Debra met her soul mate His parents, Leah and Jack and the love of her life Tom Rhode, operated a dry clean- Marino and they later mar- ing business along Market ried in 1996. Tom Marino pre- Street in the heart of San Fran- ceded her in death and passed cisco up until World War II. away in February 2009. Ray joined the Army in Debra was known in 1942, and was one of the first Chester for her wonderful recipients of the GI Bill, jams, jellies and pies that which helped him attend and were sold locally and loved bygraduate from the University many. She was a wonderful of Southern California from mother, grandmother, friend 1945 - 48. His college days at and fantastic cook and will beUSC were very special to him, missed, as Ray could hardly ever be Debra is survived by her seen without wearing the son, Justin Quiggle, daughter Southern Cal Trojan school in-law, Heather Quiggle and colors. grandsons, Tanner and Colby Ray earned his teaching -]Honey Headstones & Cemetery Supplies SAVE ~:~ Head Stones 'i~ 10% ,'~.= Monuments (off ~ Engraving competitor's ~ Granite or prices) Concrete Coping & Borders AVAILABLE 7 DAYS ~,~ 8 AM-8 PM 257-7523 or Cell 249-9011 ': : Noah Miller '470-i~00 'Cottomwood Rd Susanville I credentials from San Jose St. University in 1949, and was assigned a teaching job in Portola, where he taught ele- mentary school math to hun- dreds of students over the course of 30 great years. Ray was well known for his chalk and eraser tossing at students not paying attention or "clowning" around, and his pin-point accuracy is for- ever documented. The long list of students who were inspired by him and eventually later would pay their respects to him was al- ways a testament and tribute for the many years of dedica- tion to the field of education. Ray was especially fond of teaching and to those who strived to better themselves through studying. Always reading and always in awe of just about everything per- taining to history and sci- ence, Ray was ardent student of life himself. He loved gazing at the mountains, streams and wildlife seen every day in the Portola area. His interests in- cluded local Portola history, especially the early railroads, geology and prehistory of the region, in addition to hunting and fishing. Ray was a certified hunter safety instructor during the 60s and 70s, as well as a mem- ber of the Plumas County Boat Patrol at Lake Davis. Ray retired from teaching in 1981, and spent the rest of his retirement enjoying and sharing times with his family and friends in Portola. Obituary Policy i Feather Publishing offers ~free Death Notices or Paid Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@ plumas: news.com, subject obit Paid Political Advertisement Donate. Vo|unteer, Organize www.Cl istinaBilleciForAssembly.com Christina California State Assembly -010 FPPC # 1320388 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Christina Billeci to the California State Assembly District 3 - 2010 Ray enjoyed hanging out at cousin, Jill Hughes, both of local restaurants sharing whom he considered and thoughts and stories with the loved as daughters; nephews locals. He loved to engage in Donald Hoskins and Jason conversation with everyone, Wilson; nieces Ryan Wilson, young or old, and his enthusi- Leisha Hollingsworth, Bar- asm for learning was bound- bara Goldsberry and Ilene less and unrelenting all the Donaldson as well as numer- way to his passing moment, ous great nieces and nephews. Raymond is survived by his A celebration of Mervyn's former wife, Patti Compton, life will take place Saturday, of Walnut Creek; their three May 22, commencing at noon sons, Peter and his wife, Can- at the family's residence on dy, and their daughters, BucksLake Road. Heather and Rebecca; Timo- An opportunity to express thy and his wife, Tina, and condolences to the family and their sons, Chris and Andy, sign the memorial guest regis- and daughter, Sarah; and ter is available online at Jack and his wife, Carola; and fehrmanmortuary.com. Ray's daughter, M'lissa, and The family prefers dona- her daughter, Erinn. tions to help local youth suf- A memorial to celebrate his fering from cancer be made to life will be held at the Portola the American Cancer Society, Memorial Hall Saturday, May c/o Fehrman Mortuary and 22, at 2 p.m. Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quin- cy, CA 95971. Mervyn Carlton Hansen Jr. Longtime Quincy resident and businessman Mervyn Carlton Hansen, Jr. passed from this life peaceful- ly, early Monday, under the compassionate care of Plumas District Hospital located in Quincy. He was 79 years old. A native Californian, Mervyn was born in Liver- more July 9, 1930, to the late Mervyn Sr. and Edna (Topance) Hansen. As a young teen he and his family relocat- ed to Nevada City where he graduated from Nevada Union High School as a mem- ber of the "class of 1948." While drag racing the streets of Nevada City and .running from the local police, he took refuge in a local coffee shop. Here he caught the eye of a pretty young waitress who informed the police he had been there for quite some time and it could not be him terrorizing the streets. This encounter led to the couple's marriage in Reno, Nev. July 28, 1956. To this loving union one son and two daughters were born. Following his graduation Mervyn worked a number of jobs before moving to Incline Village, Nev., where he was employed as the burning and clearing foreman for Crystal Bay Development. He also worked in the movie industry on the set of "Bonanza" and the movie The "Rainmaker." In 1970, he and his wife pur- chased V and M Travertine Quarry outside of Quincy, which they operated until 1983. He then went to work as a "Jippo" log truck operator driving "O1 Blue" until 10 years ago. He went to work for Wilburn Construction and for 10 years tried to retire many times, only to discover that he couldn't give up truckin'. He was finally able to retire four years ago. First and foremost, Mervyn was passionate about his fam- ily. He took great pride in sharing their accomplish- ments with all who would lis- ten. He will be fondly remem- bered for his distinctive wave. Mervyn had a great love for the outdoors, hunting, fish- ing, camping while also enjoy- ing traveling especially to the Native American Bear Dances. In passing Mervyn leaves his loving wife of nearly 54 years Vivian of Quincy' sons Dean Hansen of Magalia; daughters Tonic Sherman and husband Mike of Quincy, Dana Galloway and husband Ken of Greenhorn Ranch, a sister; Alice Hoskins of Mon- tague, as well as being the proud grandfather of Stephanie, Cannon, Chalise, Haley, Chyanne, Jasmin, Cheyla, Autum and Ruby. He will also be dearly missed by his favorite sister- in-law, Norene Wilson, and Matlery & Maltery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street . Susanville Fred Merrell Peninsula Ma' Jackman Jr. Fred Merrell Jackman Jr. passed from this life peace-. fully at his home in the Lake Almanor 4, 2010. He was the son of Fred Merrell Jack- man St. and Georgia Rose (Littley) Jackman of Santa Clara and South San Francis- co, both of whom preceded him in death. Fred graduated from high school in San Mateo in 1953. He worked all his working years with United Airlines in San Bruno, where his last oc- cupation was that of staffing manager. He retired in 1990, and moved to the Lake Almanor Peninsula near the lake where he could pursue his lifelong love of fishing. He won many fishing derbies with his skills and at least one gave him the honor of Master Fisherman. He loved to teach his skills to his family and friends, espe- cially the young people. Fred served his country honorably in the U.S. Army, ParatroOps Division, during the Korean War. 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