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2B Wednesday, June 9, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Judy Kay Church Lake Almanor West resi- dent Judy Kay Church peace- fully passed from this life i![ ...... ii with her loving  family at her side, following ii?! ......... !, a long and courageous battle with re- nal failure, Monday morning, May 24, 2010, at her residence. Born Sept. 10, 1945, in Chickasha, Okla., to the late Oklahoma natives Choyce and Francis (Fife) Davis, at the age of seven she with her family relocated to Thou- sand Oaks. There she was raised and educated, gradu- ating from Camarillo High School as a member of the class of 1963. While taking a walk in her neighborhood, she caught sight of a handsome young man named Jim Church. Not to pass up the opportunity, she asked him out and as their love for one another blossomed, the couple was united in marriage in Thou- sand Oaks Dec. 14, 1963. To this union two lovely daugh- ters were born. First and foremost, a car- ing and loving wife and mother, Judy was also instru- mental in the day:to-day op- eration of the family's plumb- ing business. While the girls were growing up she was active with both 4-H and the Pony Club. She enjoyed the game of tennis as well as line dancing and relaxing read- ing a good mystery and keeping up on the es- capades of the daily morn- ing soap operas. Whenever possible she also found pleasure in tak- ing a ride in the couple's Cobra. In passing Judy leaves her loving husband and dedicated caregiver, Jim of Lake A1- manor West; daughters, Tam- my Eileen Langer and her husband Greg of Morgan Hill, and Wendy Nichole Church of Belmont, as well as a sister, Barbara Silcott of Southern California. A celebration of Judy's life is planned for later this summer. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest regis- ter is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. real estate auction Nominal Opening Bid Start at $10,000 23 Maidu Trail, Btairsden-Graeagle 3BR 3BA 2,322sf+/- Property sells: 7:45pm Thursday i June17 on site i Properties sell:8:OOAM Fri., Jun. 18 at 488 055 Hwy 139, Susanville 488 055 Hwy 139, Susanville 3BR 2BA 2,250sf+/- mobile/mnftd home. 675 Plum Street, Susanviile 3BR 1BA 1,399sf+/- Open to the Public - For open house info., please go to williamsauction.com or call 800-801-8003 for details. Many properties now available for online bidding! i williamsauction.com .... -WILLIA !LklS JIB [ Buyer's FCemium May ApJy ,..4   .p reC3tfLuiton :, uc,,,,,. , ,,,,o,. w,w, u o,,,. 800.801.8003 W&W AUC LIC 15248201, RE UC 1939277 GARY GERARD HOLUB Those You Love LL SAINTS He's a winner! gs J :4 or more =50ea., Ranch For appointment: Contact Karen Hayden, Community Training Network ctn746@sbcglobal.net or call 283-4789 George Erdesz Quincy businessman George Erdesz passed from this life sud- denly Wednes- day morning, June 2, 2010, at Plumes Dis- trict Hospital in Quincy. Born in Hungary to Otto and Maria (Simon) Erdesz March 25, 1946, he was raised and educated in Hungary be- fore immigrating to the Unit- ed States at the age of 18. He would tell the story of flying into New York and seeing the fireworks thinking they were for him and the others aboard, only to learn later that they were celebrating his new home's independence. George worked in the print design industry in New York prior to entering the U.S. Ma- rine Corps in 1967. While at an Upper New York resort George met a pretty fellow Hungarian im- migrant named Elizabeth Magyar and Feb. 25, 1966, the couple was united in matri- mony in New York. To this blessed union two daughters were born. Following George's honor- able discharge from the mili- tary, he returned to school where he studied architectur- al design later going to work for the Lockheed Corporation. During the econvmic down- turn of the 1990s George and Elizabeth made the decision to go into business for them- selves purchasing the Ranchito Motel in East Quincy, which the couple has operated for the past 16 years. George loved the outdoors, especially gold mining and fishing the creeks and streams of the area, as well as having a great love for his dogs. In passing George leaves his wife of 44 years, Elizabeth of Quincy; daughters, Lie Brewer and husband Steve of Concord, and Dianna Armani- no and husband Mark of South San Francisco, and his precious two granddaughters Meddle and Lilly. He joins his brother, Otto, in his eternal home. A private family celebra- tion of George's life will take place at a later date. An op- portunity to express condo- lences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman- mortuary.com. The family suggests any re- membrances in George's memory be made to either High Sierra Animal Rescue or the American Red Cross, c/o Fehrman Mortuary, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. Bill Jenkins Bill Jenkins passed away Thursday, May 24. Born and raised in Sali- nas, Bill gradu- ated from North Salinas High School in 1966. After work- ing tirelessly at the family M __L.- Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street Susanville W) My husband is forgetting a lot these days, Dand it is getting to the point that I need to take . over our affairs, but he gets so angry,at me whenq ..... a'gk fb"the mnthly bills, or have our neighbor fix small things around the house. I feel so alone and a little insecure and sad, too. Call the Plumas/gierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 and for referrals and resources including a caregivers support group. This is a difficult transition for the both of you. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 ='-- Center or 1-877-332-2754 283-5515 A program of Plunlas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center numenl established 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE = MARBLE = NATURAL STONE 1 10 PACIFIC ST. P.O, BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHiLC00TMONU MENT.COM i PET ANNOUNCEMENTS Keddie Ridge Jump'er Keddie Ridge Jump'er, at 9- months, won first place Saturday, May 16, during a licensed AKC Brace Field Trial. The event was hosted by the Inland Empire Beagle Club at the Castle Rock Fairgrounds in Washington. Hounds tracked lots of bunnies through springtime woodlands of blackberry thickets, Scotch broom and several acres of hilly cover that were created by 30 years of growth over mounds of volcanic ash along the salmon- filled Cowlitz River. Jump'er's proud humans, Joe and Alicia Knadler of Greenville, thank the hosts and fellow beaglers for their warm hospitality and friendly instruction in the sport of brace and small pack work. business, Jenkins Lumber Company for several years, Bill decided a career change was in order and joined the Monterey County Sheriff's Department. After a 32-year career in law enforcement Bill retired from the County of Monterey in 2002. Bill had been returning to Plumes-Eureka State Park for years and could not think of a better place to spend his retirement. He moved to Plumas County with his lov- ing wife Dottle in 2003, where they built a home to begin a new adventure in their lives. He loved his family and friends who were always first in his life. He loved to help them with whatever they needed. This love had him crisscrossing the state of Cali- fornia and beyond. In between trips, Bill could be found "working" at his home on his John Deere trac- tor plowing snow and moving piles of gravel, building the infamous "Great Wall of Clio," or attending monthly poker games with good friends at Valley Ranch. It made him feel so good. He was loved by many; he was a loving and devoted hus- band, father and grandfather full of compassion. Bill's hobbies included model garden railroading, fishing, watching Western movies and having a good cup of coffee with a friend. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy "Dottle" M. Jenkins; sons William J. Jenkins, Matthew C. Jenkins, his wife Dannelle and their daughters Ashley and Hannah, and son Nathan Jenkins; stepson Greg K. Lindsey, his wife Mary, their children, Justin, Josh, Zack, John and Will and their granddaughter Skylar; stepdaughter Brenda M. Irmini, her husband David, their children Dalton and Rebecca, stepson Darren M. Lindsey, and his son Hunter. A celebration of life will held July 15, at 11 a.m. at Big Springs Gardens in Sierra City. Those who wish to at- tend are asked to R.S.V.P. to Matt Jenkins at (707) 328-6373 or mattj44@comcast.net. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to High Sierra Animal Rescue in Portola, where Bill spent countless hours volunteering behind the scenes. Arrangements were en- trusted to Manni Funeral Home of Portola. MARRIAGE LICENSES May 27 Carol Marie Hood and Charlie Walter Bishop, both of Hoodsport, Wash. May 28 Casandra Elaine Anderson of Lake Almanor and Nathan William Strand of Chico. 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