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................................................................... --" _ ............ ,177/" ...... ~. 21} Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARJ.ES Harry Earl Lanterman Harry Earl Lanterman was and now is in born March 27, 1918, in Grace, Idaho, to par- ents Elmer and Gladly Lanter- man. He died June 5, 2010, the arms of his lord and savior. The family moved to Provo, Utah, and then to Georgetown where Earl attended Plac- erville High School. Earl met the love of his life, Rose Marie Blakely, and was married Dec. 12, 1936. Their marriage spanned 57 years until Rose passed away Dec. 26, 1993. Earl served in the U.S. Navy on two separate enlist- ments, once in World War II as a sheet metal fabricator and during the Korean con- flict serving in the Sea Bees operating heavy equipment. Earl was employed by the Graeagle Lumber Company for many years as a caterpillar log hauling operator and dur- ing road construction until the lumber company went out of business. Earl then worked for Caltrans for many years. Upon retirement, he turned his attention full time to farm- ing with his grandson, Bob Marshall, growing hay and raising cattle on their ranch in Beckwourth. Among other activities, Earl was an avid bowler who had a perfect 300 game. He also de- lighted in helping young peo- ple learn the art of bowling. Earl was a lifetime member of the American Bowlers As- sociation, a 32nd degree Ma- son, member of Scottish Rites, Shriner and Veteran of For- eign Wars and the American Legion. He was also instrumental in assisting several children in need of medical help in the Shriner's Hospital for Children. Earl is survived by his daughter, Betty Jo Marshall of Portola and son, Jim Dr. Larry Holcomb, Ed. D. MFT inlca for Stress Management Smoking -Weight Loss - Regression ($30) 284-7491 By Appointment Only Member American Society of Clinical Hypnosis placement of a flower the year on your loved one's newly purchased memorial! NOTICE TO THE COMMUNITY Lanterman of Napa; five grandchildren, Bob and Dian- na Marshall of Portola, Dan Marshall of Tennessee, Karen Grapes of Idaho and Rob Lanterman of Napa; 12 great grandchildren and four great- great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the fami- ly requests memorial dona- tions be sent to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, 2425 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95817. Lee Edward Cargile Longtime Chester resident Lee Edward Cargile passed from this life unexpectedly, Monday afternoon, June 7, 2010, at Renown Medical Cen- ter from complications of a sudden stroke. He was 62 years old. Born in Manteca, where he was also raised and educated, Lee is a 1965 graduate of Man- teca High School. He went on to attend Humboldt State Col- lege where he received a B.A. degree in Theatre, graduating in 1970. After a couple of years of "Bumming Around" Lee went to work for the railroad work- ing on refrigeration cars and continued working nights for the Stockton Civic Theater where he wound up with the ti- fie role in Woody Allen's "Play It Again Sam" as well as work- ing on several other shows to include "Our Town" and "Je- sus Christ Superstar" with his biggest claim to fame, acting as an Israeli hostage in the 1976 movie "Raid on Entebbe." In 1977 at the age of 29 Lee enlisted in the Air Force Re- serve spending his 30th birth- day in boot camp and training as a medic. He was initially assigned to Travis Air Force Base and in 2006 transferred to Beale Air Force Base as a member of the 940th Air Refu- eling Wing, flying KC 135s. Not by choice but due to the Air Force's mandatory retire- ment age of 60 Lee retired as a Senior Master Sergeant. In 1980 a neighbor intro- duced Lee to the medical field. Leaving the railroad Lee went to work as a respiratory thera- pist, first working at Dameron in Stockton, then to a hospital in Modesto and later moving to Madras, Ore., where he es- tablished their department. He returned to California where he went to work for Seneca Health Care District as the department manager of their cardio-respiratory ser- vices. In 2005, tiring of man- agement, Lee went to work for Plumas District Hospital. A lifetime member of the NRA, Lee was an avid out- doorsman who found great pleasure in hunting and fishing. In passing Lee leaves his daughter, Brandie Cargile of Hamilton Branch; his precious grandchildren, Lacie and Austin; his mother, Gerry Cargile of Manteca; and broth- er Tim Cargile, also of Manteca. He joins his father in their eternal home. A celebration of Lee's life to include military honors will take place 11 a.m. Thursday, June 17, in the Chester Dis- trict Cemetery. 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BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA (530) 832- 1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CH ILCOOTMON U M ENT.COM 96122 An opportunity to express your condolences to the fami- ly along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman- Phyllis Blakeslee Hamar Phyllis Blakeslee Hamar joined her loving husband in their eternal home with the Lord Thursday afternoon, June 10, 2010, at Seneca Health Care District's hospital in Chester, at the age of 90. Born to the late Nebraska natives Walter and Minnie (Sliecker) Blakeslee on Feb. 11, 1920, in Karney, Neb., Phyllis is a 1938 graduate of Eddyville Nebraska High School. She went on to attend Karney State Teaching Col- lege where she obtained her teaching credential. Phyllis taught in numerous one-room schoolhouses throughout Nebraska. At the onset of World War II Phyllis moved west and worked for The Douglas Aircraft as a bookkeeper during WWII. On March 18, 1944, Phyllis married her handsome young redheaded high school sweet- heart -- a member of the Army Air Corps named Floyd "Red" Hamar in Norton, Kansas. In 1977, "Red" and Phyllis relocated from Chico to the northeastern California com- munity of Greenville. Here she and her late husband became very involved with the First Baptist Church of Greenville where she served as a Sunday school teacher as well as the church's pianist along with any other task called upon to do. She was instrumental in the daily operation of H & H Construction, her husband's construction business, where she served as the company's bookkeeper and secretary. Phyllis had a love of music TTHETC) PAINTING EXPERTS Dependable & Reputable Service For 25 Years Many Local References Available Call for FREE Estimates (530) 258-2098 Mike Stiarwalt Insured & Bonded CA Lic. #779299 and enjoyed all types of crafts as well as working in her garden. In passing Phyllis leaves her daughter and caregiver, Suzanne M. Hamar of Greenville; son, Ira Allen Hamar of Shingletown; sister, Margaret Moe of Fulton, S. D.; and four precious grandchil- dren: Jens, Leif, Erica and Bethany, along with her great- granddaughter; Melanie. Phyllis joins her loving hus- band of 66 years, Floyd "Red" Hamar, along with one broth- er, Herbert Allen Blakeslee and sister, Barbara Kruger. A time of visitation and viewing will take place from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 22, at the Greenville Southern Baptist Church. A celebration of Phyllis's life will follow with interment to take place with her husband in the Greenville District Cemetery. A potluck lun- cheon will follow at the- church's social hall. An opportunity to express your condolences to the fami- ly along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman- Phyllis requested any re- membrances in her memory be made to Greenville Senior Nu- trition Program, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. DEATH NOTICE Kenneth Eugene Aegerter Kenneth Aegerter, born Sept. 9, 1945, died May 5, 2010. He was a long-time Quincy resident. Survivors include his wife Rose, sister Kathy Elliott and daughter Penny Murphy. BIRTHS Kenley Rae Neer Kenley Rae Neer was born to Megan and Aaron Neer of Greenville May 28, 2010, at 6:56 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces~:~., Maternal grala4parents are Lee and Melvina Beauchman of Chilcoot. Paternal grandparents are Gary and Susan Neer, of Greenville. Great grandparents are Margaret Neer of Greenville and Mr. and Mrs. Ken McIn- tyre also of Greenville. Kenley joins sibling Jhett, 3. 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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