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2B Wednesday, May 26, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL S I S q."I C :; Charles Henry Sieh Charles Henry Sieh passed away Friday, March 12, 2010. He was the dear and beloved husband of Jeanne, who pre- deceased him November 2000. He is survived by his two, daughters, Candy (Bill) and dede (Ken); his two grandchil- dren, Bill (Amy) and Jami; his three great-grandchildren, Sydney, Allison, and Jacob; his brothers, Larry (Judy) and Donald (Loretta); and nieces and nephews. Chuck was born in Sterling, Ill., March 20, 1923. He was one of seven children. Chuck served in World War II and saw combat in Lyyte, Philippines, Feb. 1944 to July 1944, when he was seriously wounded and evacuated back to the States. He earned his combat in- fantry badge and numerous other medals including a Pur- ple Heart and a Bronze Star. Chuck worked in the con- struction industry. He worked building the Pan American Highway in Costa Rica in 1959. He also worked building casinos and other large projects in Nevada and California. He retired in 1989. Chuck was very active in the Graeagle community. He greatly enjoyed golf and all the golfers. He was a member of VFW, Calpine Elks and the Feather River Dixieland Jazz Society. The family will hold a memorial in Graeagle at the Elks Lodge Saturday, July 10, at 1:30 p.m. Marjorie May Bender Marjorie May Bender "Nana" passed away peaceful- ly May 19, 2010, at Eastern Plumas Hospi- tal in Portola, with all of her family and friends at her side. She entered into this life March 18, 1934, in Oakland. She was a beloved daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Marjorie lived a very blessed life. She was raised in Oakland and was one of three children. Those You Love iALL SAINTS Paid Political Advertisement She met her beloved hus- band, Bill in Oakland. Soon after their marriage she gave birth to their first and only daughter, Sharon. Bill and Marge moved to Portola in 1979. Throughout her life, she was a homemaker and stayed very involved with her family and also our extended family living next door, the Willises. She was a member of the American Legion Women's Auxiliary and a volunteer at the Nifty Thrifty, the hospital auxiliary's thrift shop. She loved bowling with her husband and friends and was a member of several leagues. She was also a well-known waitress at the Canyon Caf8 in Portola. She was always up for a trip to RenD to hang out at the lo- cal casinos. She was an avid gambler; her favorite game was video poker. She spent her more recent years caring for her great- grandchildren. In the past few weeks, she was admitted to Portola hospital where she re- ceived so much loving care from their wonderful staff. M She made many accom- plishments throughout life and we are so proud to have had the time we did with her. She touched so many with her generosity and loving atti- tude. It was always a comfort to hear her say, "Hey, Babe." Anyone who knew her felt the love she possessed. Nana is preceded in death by her father, Clarence McK- ay, stepfather Norman Jensen, mother Juanita Jensen, brother Robert McK- ay, brother-in-law Jim Ben- der and her beloved husband, Bill Bender. She is survived by her daughter, Sharon (Richard) Castaneda, son-in-law Michael Taylor, granddaughters Theresa Morrow of Tracy, Tina Hafalla of RenD, Nev., Lisa Taylor, Michelle (Leonard) Perez, all of Portola; great- grandchildren, Samantha, AJ, Gary, Alex, Alyssa, Haley, and Jayden. She will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved her and she will forever be in our hearts. We love you, Nana. R.I.P. 5/19/2010 And as Nana would say, Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street. Susanville i qe@ nument established 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE 1 !0 PACIFIC ST. 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Ron was born Nov. 23, 1946, to Alma James Sears and Dorothy Edrice (Benston) Sears in Miami, Fla. The family lived in Snohomish, Wash., most of Ron's life, until he joined the Marine Corps in 1964. Ron was a radio-telegrapher in the First Marine Division. He served a 13-month tour in Vietnam in 1964 - 65. After his honorable discharge in 1968, he lived in Redondo Beach and attended E1 Camino Col- lege in Hermosa Beach. Ron worked in the commer- cial window and floor cover- ing business most of his life. He moved to June Lake in 1972, where he had his own carpet store until 1978. He moved back to Southern Cali- fornia and again opened a window and floor covering store in Huntington Beach. Ron met Joyce Middleton in August 1981, and they married Aug. 25, 1984. The family relo- cated to Graeagle in July 2002, and moved to Portola in 2007. In passing, Ron leaves his loving wife of 25 years, Joyce; daughter Alison Diaz and son-in-law Cristino "Cris" Di- az, of Kilbourne, Ohio; sons Harley, 16, and Clayton, 13; and two beautiful grand- daughters, Izabela Diaz, 9, and Lilyana Diaz, 3. Ron's passions in life were his family and his growing re- lationship with his Lord, along with fishing, restoring cars and sports. He loved watching his boys' games and coaching them during their years in Little League. Ron enjoyed sharing his passions with his children and anyone else who would listen. See Vitals, page 3B Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may include a photo for an additional $10. 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