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68 Wednesday, May 30, 2001 Builet:n, Pr0gres~ve m m. Graveside inu/-nment will be held June 6, at 1 p.m. in the Whispering Pines Cemetery on Grizzly Road in Portola. Donations in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 4142, Quincy, CA 95971. James Howard Me~ti~ James Howard Morrison, 78, died May 21, 2001, at Seneca District Hospital in Chester. He was born in Marysville and had been a resident of Chester for 31 years. James had worked as a grad- Ander~n Smith er for the Collins Pine Co. ~Smitty" Hobbs He served in the U.S. MarineAnderson Smith "Smitty" Carp and had been engaged inHobbs, 90, died May 22, 2001, at many of the South Pacific at- St. Mary's Medical Center in George of Concord, and John Chester; brothers, Russell We- of Upper Pradish of India. ston of Chester, and Steve We- Following cremation, a pri- ston of Sacramento; sister, vate celebration of. her life will Mary Ann Weston of Redding; be held. and four grandchildren. The family requests any do- Following cremation, a pri- nations in her memory be vate celebration of her life will made to either the World be heldat alater date. Wildlife Fund, or Planned Par- The family requests any do- enthood, c/o Fehrman Mortu- nations in her memory be ary and Crematory, P.O. Box made to Sierra Hospice, c/o 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- matory, P.O. Box 803, Raymond Eugene Greenville, CA 95947. tacks during World War II; heReno, Nev. =Abe" Lincoln was released in October of He was born March 19, 1911,Raymond Eugene "Abe" Lin- l i 1945. in Hardinsburg, Ky. He had coin, 77, died May 24, 2001, at ~ i James was a member of the been a resident of Portola for Eastern Plumas District Hospi- Micah Ad LeFavour Veterans of Foreign Wars Post the past 26 years, moving there tal in Portola. Micah Aric LeFavour was 2563, Yuba City. from Bakersfield. He was born May 8, 1924, inborn to Terry and Jenny He was preceded in death byWhile in Bakersfield, he was Los Angeles, and had been aLeFavour, of Greenville, May his parents, Mr. and Mrs. an electrician with Mobile Oil resident of Blairsden for the 21, 2001, at 5:34 p.m. at the James Morrison; sisters, Mar- Company for 10 years. He then past 12 years, moving therePlumas District Hospital in garet Dayton and June A1- worked as a maintenance fore- from Salinas. Quincy. brecht; and brother, Melvinman with the school district Abe worked as a policeman The new arrival weighed 5 Morrison. until his retirement, for the Monterey Police De-pounds, 6ounces. James is survived by his He was a member and past partment for 10 years, prior to Maternal grandparents are wife, Merilyl "Lynn" Morri-Grand Master of Grizzly Lodge which he served in the U.S.John Grigsby and Darlene and son, of Chester; children, J.H. No. 601 and Beckwourth Lodge Army for 21 years as a crimi- Dwight Nelson of Greenville. Morrison, Jr. "Bud" of Carson, No. 234. He was also a member nal investigator. He servedPaternal granparents are Glenda Faye Saurage of Min-of the Portola Station Baptist from 1943-1964. During World Duanne Thoma, of Greenville, den, Nev., and James MichaelChurch. War II, he was with the 82nd and Joe LeFavour. of Morrison of Freeport; step- Smitty was preceded in Airborne. Greenville. children, Bob Burkett of Uki- death by three brothers and He was a member of V.F.W. Great-grandparents are ah, and Ralph and Nick onesister. Post No. 2962, Graeagle, and Joanna York of Gridley and Pavoni, both of Healsburg; sis- He is survived by his wife, his hobby was woodworking.Gene and Jayce Cossiart of ter, Florence Campos of Chico; Lucille, of Portola; two nieces; Abe was preceded in death Folsom. and six grandchildren, and two nephews, by one sister. Graveside inurnment took Funeral services were heldHe is survived by his wife, Annicka Alexander place in the Chester Cemetery May 27 at the church with bur. Margaret, of Blairsden; sons, Annicka Alexander was Saturday, May 26, with mill- ial in Whispering Pines Came- Dennis of Carmel Valley, Greg born to Blaine and Felicia tary recognition by VFW Post tery, Portola. of Sattley, and Christopher of Alexander, of Quincy, May 21, 2563. Kingsburg; three grandchil- 2001, at 6:51 p.m. at Plumas lent,= Jean Galvin dren; and one great-grand-District Hospital in Quincy. Henry Iggnatious Si taniclhLorna Jean Galvin, 45, died child. The new arrival weighed 6 Graveside funeral services Henry Iggnatious Sistanich, Wednesday, May 23, 2001, at 71, died Friday, May 18, 2001, at her residence on the Lake Al- were held May 29 in Mohawk his residence in Chico. manor Peninsula. Cemetery in Graeagle. , ,I He was born Feb. 16, 1930, in She was born June 16, 1955,Donations in his memory Gary, Ind., to John and Rosein Walnut Creek. She had been may be made to the V.F.W. Sistanich. an avid traveler who had just Post, P.O. Box 1342, Graeagle, Enlisting at age 17, he served recently settled into residing CA 96103, or a charity of the m i pounds, 15 ounces. Maternal The maternal grandmother Rick and Kaye is Carla Hamilton of Lake For- tola. est. Paternal gra: Paternal grandparents are Sandy Dun Bill and LaNell Alexander of Nordt of Quincy. Quincy. Maternal Great-grandparents are are Tom Pace Bertha Stanley of Sarasota,Ore., and MarlY0 Fla., Myrtle Isakson of Con- Des Moines, Wast~ cord, and Mildred Malta of Va- Paternal caville, are Eldora Duniphin. Madison Drew Alton Madison Drew Alton was born to Alan and Jenny Alton on May 10, 2001, at the Memor- ial Hospital in Santa Rosa. She weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces and was 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Mary and Arnie Hasselwander of Westwood. Paternal grandparents are Jerry and Jan Canavan of Yu- caipa and Alan Alton, Sr., of Redlands. Madison joins brothers, Michael and Steven, and sis- ter, Jessica, at home. Matthew Ray Nordt Matthew Ray Nordt was born to Brandy and J.W. Nordt, of Portola, on May 15, 2001, at 1:29 a.m. at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Cen- ter in Reno, Nay. The new arrival weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 21 inches long. The arrival was welcomed home by his brother, Jonathan. May 2 Tara Lani Ga[ Auston Rivers of Quincy. May 3 Patricia J. Robert W. Quincy. May 4 Enna Payn Howard Terry, cord. May 10 Valerie Robert CrosbY of Graeagle. May 15 Wynae frey Lee Stout, cent Mills. Visit Web From the for 26 years of active duty in on the Lake Almanor Peninsu- donor's choice, beginning to MARKERS & CEMETERY SUPPUES tl e enc;.. the U.S. Marines and the U.S. la this past year. ................. : Army. The majority of duty Lorna had worked as a Randy SueThornton :: .... was overseas, with two terms graphic designer for 12 years, Randy Sue Thornton, 53, ......... / r'- -- in Vietnam. After being employed last by Thompson died Thursday morning, May AV~LASi.E7OAYS~INI-6PM ~ ........... wounded, he was retired fromand Associates out of Fresno. 24, 2001, at the long-term care \- ! active duty, but remained in She was a 1978 graduate of unit of the Seneca Health Care Urns Head Stones - Granite or \ | the active reserves. U.C. Davis with a degree in re- District in Chester. -> Casket= Monument= Co mte \ ! U -'- " Coping or --4 .: Henry gold mined and sum- newable natural resources. She was born Sept. 19, 1947, ~ Space net . Encjrav, ng --. ~- f mered in Quincy. He and his She was a talented artist who in Boulder, Colo., and had been '", wife traveled extensively painted with waters and oil. a Plumas County resident for ~=.z_ :: /~ throughout the United States She enjoyed doing stitchery close to 40 years; she has 257-6705 during the winter, and quilting and had just re- resided in both the He is survived by his wife, cently taken up pottery. Chester/Lake Almanor area Lorna is survived by her and Greenville. ............. Barbara, of Chico; stepsons, husband, Ted, of the Lake AI- Randy worked as a hair styl- I , : ..... Michael and PhiUip Shearer of Arizona; stepdaughter, Laura manor Peninsula; mother, ist for variouo,- - salons in the Beneville of Oregon; sisters, Marjory Galvin of the Lake AI- area. Mary Ann Nobles and Delores manor Peninsula; and broth- She is survived by her sons, | Stancel, both of Florida; broth- ers, James of Emeryville, James and Slade, both of ers, John Sistanich of Michi- gan, and Joseph Sistanich of Indiana; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held Saturday, May 26, at the New- ton-Bracewell Chico Funeral Home. koofA ArnoldJetme"&J."$eMley Ban me ica Subordinated Arnold Jesse "A.J." Beafley, 82, died May 18, 2001, in Coupon 7.20 '/o * Maturing 5/15/26 Yield to Maturity 7 20% * Priced Lawrenceburg, Ind. AA3/A Rated * $10,000 Minimum 5/15/06 @ 100 * Subiect to prior He was born Dec. 28, 1918, in and/or change in price. Indianapolis, Ind., and had been a resident of Portola until Call now to place )'our order. he returned to Indiana a few -11 rr'" Brooks years ago. A.J. served in'the U.S. Air {800} 765-2230 Force for over 24 years, retir- ing as a Master Sgt. He served as a flight engineer and educa. Municipal Bonds Stocks " Mutual Funds . Closed-End Funds / s Corporate Ban tional supervisor. He was the A family owned Unit Investment Trust " ds . Mortgage-Backed ties Life Insurance director of the usa clubs for OHNSON sawmill company in Securities Annu, Money Market Fu.nds wasthreeyears'wasateacher'andmanager of the Portola . UMBER COMPANY L. business for 5O years Asset Management Estate Plonn=ng . Retirement/Pension Planning Cemetery District. " M~mber: NArD & SIP(: He was a Cub Scout Master Seeking logs, l mber, timberland in the Boy Scouts of America, Commander of American Le- Competitive pdce, accurate log scale, prompt payment .... gion Post 329 for two years and was in the V.F.W. He was also a member of the third and fourth degree K of C and the Lions Club. A.J. was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine, in 1996. He is survived by his son, Michael Beatley of Quincy; daughter, Linda J. Moore, of Oroville; and four grandsons. 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