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2B Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES William 'Bill' Richmond William "Bill" Richmond, born Dec. 22, 1955, in Greenville, passed away June 1, 2012, at UC Davis. Bill was a timber fallm: for Schuster Lumber Co. for 30 years, and also an owner of Acess Construction. Bill was an all-league quarterback for Greenville High School and was later drafted by Caldwell Sate Col- lege in Idaho. He was a true adventurer, explorer and sportsman. He loved the games of football and base- ball and coached Little League. He loved being out- doors, fishing, camping and most of all bird hunting. He was a student of life and a teacher for all those he befriended. A spiritual man and humanitarian, he led the best example of living a true life by being kind, gen- tle and generous of the heart, and truly walking this earth as a man. He was loved by countless friends. He will be sadly missed by all those who knew him and loved him, es- pecially his hunting, fishing and bow, ling partners. He is survived by his greatest love, Maria Cyr; her son Isaac; his brother John Richmond; his sisters Betty, Barbara and Eileen; chil- dren Lisa, Tracy and Terry; and grandchildren. An intimate service will be held June 23 at Tay- lorsville Campground, Indi- an Valley, at 11 a.m.; also, all friends and family are wel- come to Joe's Bar at 749 V. Fifth St. in Chico June 23 at 5 p.m. to remember Bill at a potluck gathering. Stephen T. I~arding Stephen T. Harding passed away peaceably on the morning of June 4, 2012. He is survived by son Stephen and his wife Nancy; daughter Jane Iden; five grandchildren; two step- grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Stephen was born Aug. 8, 1919, in Oakland. His early schooling was in Berkeley, where he graduated in 1937 from University High. He spent one year at Cal Berke- ley, then transferred to UCLA in 1939. It was here in southern California that he met the love of his life, Joyce Openshaw. They were mar- ried for 59 years when Joyce passed away in 2002. World War II took Steve to the South Pacific with the 31st Division as a .second lieutenant. On his return in 1946, he worked as an office manager for Harron, Rickard and McCone, a ma- chine tool distributorship. In 1969 Steve came to Graeagle on a golfing junket. He fell in love with the area and had the opportunity to buy the Graeagle Store in 1970. In his Graeagle years he was active in the Veterans of Foreign Wars post 2062 of Graeagle and was past com- mander of the post. He was a past president of the Rotary Club of Portola, the Graeagle Men's Golf As- s.ociation and the Graeagle Property Owners Associa- tion. He was a charter mem- ber of Calpine Elks Lodge No. 2432. During the 199(}s, as his golfing wound down, his life passion of the game of crib- bage came to life. He played hmlI oo Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE - MARBLE - NATURAL STONE esta,blished 1929 110 PACIFIC STREET P.O. BOX 1766. PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1 908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET une Plumas-Sierra Tickets available at: www.americanvalleyspeedway.com or call 530-283-2175 in tournaments all over the West. In one year he ranked in the top 50 in America. (Yes, they rank cribbage players.) Calling Graeagle home for over 42 years was his true reward. MEMORIAL SERVICE There will be a graveside memorial for Margaret (Marge) Scott on June 16 at ll.a.m, at the Greenville cemetery. A celebration of life will follow at Lake Almanor. BIRTH Hazel Denise Fay, Merriman Hazel Denise Faye Merri- man was born to Jessica and Travis Merriman, of Greenville, on May 12, 2012, at 11:09 p.m. at Plumas Dis- trict Hospital in Quincy. Hazel weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Karen Van Zandt and Dennis Forcino. Paternal grandparents are Toni Fernleaf and Mike Mer- riman. Great-grandparents are LaVonne and Robert Smith. Hazel is also welcomed by Siblings Carter Merriman, 5, and Payton Merriman, 3. MARRIAGE LICENSES June 1 Dusty Lynn Clover and Clif- ford Allen Marshall, both of Portola. Deborah Jean Merhar and Robert Lawrence Auer, both of Reno, June 4 Cynthia Tomas Matute and John Joseph Huddleston, both of Taylorsville. June 5 Marsha Marian Elzea and Joe Oron Ebersole, both of Greenville. CARD of'II-IANKS Thanks to all the voters in District 1. Thanks first to the 242 voters who voted for me, but also thanks to all who voted. I ran for supervisor because I wanted to help at the county level and I thought I could. I will find other ways to help, and I wish Supervisor Swofford and all the supervisors the best of fortunes in the fu- ture. Bill Powers Charlene Annette Rosser Skeletal remains found in Calpine in 2003 have recently been identified as those of a Eureka woman missing since 1998. On May 25 the Sierra County Sheriff's Office re- ceived notification from the ObituaJry Policy Feather Publishing pro- vides death notices free of charge, or offers paid obitu- aries. Paid obituary notices start at $70 for up to 350 words, and may include a photo for an additional $10. For each additional 50 words, there is a $10 charge. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact one of our offices during business hours, or e-maih typesetting@plumas news.com, subject: obit. SUMMIT BUSINESS ADVISORS Mark Smith CExP, CBI CA LIC#01525569 Plumas & Lassen Counties Only Licensed & Certified Business Broker Locally Owned Confidential summitbusinessadvisors,com FREE Business Value Consultation California Department of Justice Forensic Laboratory that staff had confirmed a match on DNA samples that had been submitted by the sheriffs office. The samples submitted were from skeletal remains found by U.S. Forest Service personnel in 2003 in the for- est area north of Calpine, in north/central Sierra County near Highway 89. The origi- nal case was investigated by retired Undersheriff Steve Peterson. In 2011 Deputy Sheriff Noel Clem was assigned the "cold case" for follow-up. Clem's investi- gation resulted in the match of the DNA to a woman reported as missing since 1998 from the city of Eureka, in Humboldt County. The Eureka Police Department case is No. 3C98-8640. The woman is identified as Charlene Annette Rosser and she was 29 years old when she went missing. Both the Sierra County Sheriff's Office and the Eure- ka Police Department are in- vestigating the matter as a homicide. Anyone with in- formation is requested to contact Clem or Sheriff John Evans. Call 289-3700, or email sheriffadmin@sierra county.ws. Anonymous information can always be left for the sheriff toll-free by calling (888) 2-SHERIFF or (888) 274- 3743, which is a confidential voice message line accessed only by Evans. This is the second case in a year of reh~ains identified by DNA in Sierra County. Law and Order policy nformation that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office' activity log, the county correctional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sher- iff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some instances the charges may change after the dispatch report. We do not report suspects' names in arrests for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompanied by another serious charge, such as probation violation, a vehicle acci- dent or another felony. The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to prosecute. The fact that someone was involved in an au- tomobile collision does not constitute liability or fault. Minors are named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged witha crime in conjunction with an incident. The CHP determines whether injuries are characterized as minor, moderate or fatal. CAKING NEWS Estate Planning Wills & Trusts Bankruptcy Real Estate/Business Probate , Foreclosures ,:Family Law 257-4300 125 South Lassen St.. Susanville ' Summer Community Education Course Beginning. Blues Guitar Instructor: Greg Willis Course Description: Introduction to the art of playing blues guitar. This class is designed for beginning to intermediate players. Learn fundamentals of blues guitar through demonstrations, recor~led examples, reading music or tablature, and jamming with class- mates. We will cover chord progressions, bass-lines, and tum-arounds as used by the early masters. Dates: " une 26 - July 31; Tuesdays Times: 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Location: LRC 105 Course Fee: $75.00 River College 570 Golden Eagle Ave. Quincy, CA 283 -0202 For more information: contact Connie Litz at (530) 283-0202 ext. 317 or clitz@frc.edu