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2B Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Nancy Berges Long time resident of Por- tola, Nancy Bergeg passed away Friday, June 11, 2010. She was born in Sacramen- to Feb. 4, 1948, to Richel and Retha Humphrey. She was the oldest of eight siblings. Nancy grew up in different locations throughout Plumas County, and traveled the United States with her first husband as a military wife. She moved back to Portola in 1988 where she was united in marriage to Sylvan Berges April 28, 1990. Nancy was a dedicated and loving wife, mother and friend. She loved to travel, play games with friends and family, and host parties. She also enjoyed reading and word puzzles in her quiet times. Above all else, she was optimistic and joyful when talking or helping others. She is survived by husband Sylvan; her seven siblings: Sharon, Rick, Jack, Mike, Trena, Brian and Terri; her sons Eric, of Portola, and Jonathan, of Wilsonville, Ore.; daughters Suzette, of RenD, and Sylvia, of Portola; and six grandchildren. Memorial service will be held June 26, 3 p.m., at Porto- la United Methodist Church in Portola. In lieu of flowers, the fami- ly requests donations be made to Portola United Methodist church or the American Heart Association, hon- R?pg-ffind&fr id=1030 or call 1-800-242-8721. Donald Virgil Kelly Donald Vir- ,,, gil Kelly died in Rocklin, l Sunday, June 13, 2010. He was born July 13, 1923, in St. I J Louis, Mo. Preceded in death by his wife Jtianita Davis Kelly, Don is survived by his current wife, Beverly Kelly; four children, Kit Kel- ly, Brooke Hobart, Anne Per- ry, Barbara Gruber; and eleven grandchildren. Don proudly served during World War II in the 451st Bomb Group, was a POW af- ter being shot down over Austria on Aug. 23, 1944, and was honorably discharged in 1945. Don received a B.S. in Me- chanical Engineering from the Missouri School of Mines at Rolla in July, 1949, and next taught at St. Louis' Washington Univerity be- fore moving to California to work at Lockheed. Don worked 32 years at Lockheed on various projects including development of the mechani- cal arm of the space shuttle. Retiring to Lake Almanor, Don became active in the established 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE * MARBLE a NATURAL STONE I |0 PACIFIC ST. P.O. Box 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 FAX 530) 832.-,6828 .. ....... WWW.CHILCOOTMON UMENT.COM i 2010 Sport Physicals For student athletes $35.00 FEE PAYABLE AT THE TIME OF VISIT *NO INSURANCE WILL BE BILLED* *Parent must be present for signed consent* *Please have athlete wear shorts on exam day*  Northeastern Health Center 1850 Spring Ridge Drive, Susanville 251-5000 Suite 'C' ext. #243 with Dean Brown *June 28 th & 29 th *July 22% 29 th & 30 th *Aug. 9% 10 *h & 30 th *Sept. 9 'h Suite 'E' ext. #272 with Eileen Searcy June 16 th A service of ort eastern ura ea rmcs Quality healthcare, Your choice...Our commitment I1 NOTICE TO THE COMMUNITY Northeastern Rural Health Clinics is dedicated to improving the health and wellness of our community. To further our commitment, effective July 1, 2010, NORTHEASTERN HEALTH CENTER WILL BE A TOBACCO-FREE FACILITY No tobacco products of any kind will be allowed on the premises or in the parking lot, by staff, patients or visitors. This includes cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, or any other tobacco-related products. Thank you for your cooperation. Northeastern Rural Health Clinics Quality healtheare Your choice... Our commitment Elks and the Chester Choir. Don especially enjoyed serv- ing as master of ceremonies at choir concerts, using inter- esting pieces of history to in- troduce each song or compos- er. Don loved Lake Almanor -- the lake, the people, his and Beverly's cat Clara, and he marveled at the antics of squirrels and birds on his deck for which he faithfully left peanuts and birdseed. The only things Don loved more were his family and friends. A reception and light lunch will be held at the Elks Lodge, 164 Main Street, Chester, on noon Friday, June 25, for friends and fami- ly. Memorial services for family only will be held earli- er Friday. Russell "Bob" Newman On June 15, 2010, our ki beloved hus- band, father, ] papa, brother 1 and friend  was suddenly r taken from us. \\;J Born Oct. 4, 1944, in Westwood, to Russell and Imogene Newman, he lived in Westwood until the family moved to Chester in 1949. Bob graduated from Chester High School class of 1962, he attended Shasta Col- lege and Chico State. He was in the Army from 1966 to 1968. While stationed in Germany he traveled exten- sively, loving the letters he re- ceived from his parents. He returned to work for Bank of America, retiring from Collins Pine Co. in Chester and then finally retiring from Russell R Newman Account- ing and Tax Service in 1998. Upon retirement he and his wife relocated to Chico. Bob told stories of the times his family would drive around Lake Almanor listening to ball games on the car radio. One summer he and his brother Larry slept on the pa- tio and listened to the Giants games on their radio. He so enjoyed the Newman family reunions held every year in Chester; family was very im- portant to him. Bob was a member of the Chico Cribbage Club and Fraternal Order of Eagles #218, serving on the Board of Trustees for numerous years. As anyone who knew Bob they were quite aware he was a San Francisco 49er and San Francisco Giants fan. He also loved to play golf, represent- ing Almanor West at Poppy Hills and Spy Glass. It was a trip he lovingly remembered. Family meant so much to him; in fact, he already had plans for this coming Thanksgiving and helping make gingerbread houses with the grandchildren. Bob is survived by his wife Linda; children Michael (Kristen) Campbell of Chico, . .om Prospecting Maps (321) 783-4595 SIERRA VALLEY BARNS 530.832-0525 ..... i I !:]! .!! 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Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Russell and Imogene Newman, and son Patrick Campbell. Mass was held Friday, June 18, at Newton Bracewell Funeral Home in Chico, with a reception following at the Eagles Hall. Donations in honor of Bob can be made to the F.O.E. #218 Scholarship Fund or the F.O.E. #218 Relay for Life, d/o Newton Bracewell Funer- al Home, 680 Camellia Way, Chico, CA 95926. View and send condolences online at MARRIAGE LICENSES June 4 Cassie Jean Parsons and Todd William Kinnard, both of Chester. June 8 Laura Lee Dustin and Dou- glas Kyle Weeks, both of Lake Almanor. June 10 Jeremy Ray Griffin and Jodi Lynee Ward, both of Greenville. June 11 Charles Ray Dilley and Megan Thyrza Martinez, both of Cromberg. June 15 Kathleen Ann Lindsey of Greenville and Michael War- ren Lindsey, of Fallon, Nev. Sara Nicole Hovland and Aaron Daniel' McPherson, bothof Taylorsvjl!e. . , Diane D. Thomas l;'avel, vizard Travel Specialist ,-o25 530-836-0265 v_,.., !.t' 'L'" dthomos@travelwizard corn CTS #206113940 PO Box 318. Clio, CA 96106 BIRTHS Molly June Newton Molly June Newton was born to Tiffany Gilbert and Jason Newton of Quincy on June 6, 2010, at 9:03 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Terrea VanCleve of Quincy and Tim and Mary Gilbert of Incline Village, Nev. Paternal grandparents are Karen Newton of Liver- more and Craig Newton of Temecula. Great-grandparents are Jean Hatzell of Quincy, Lloyd and Jofin Newton of Colfax and Marge Ander- son of Livermore. Molly joins siblings Julie, 15, Canaan; 6, Chloe, 5, Jaden, 2 and Jack, 2. Elias Aaron Eccles Elias Aaron Eccles was born to Sharon Eccles of Quincy on June 9, 2010, at 8:14 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. He weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Joseph and Melanie Ec- cles O f Quincy. Great-grandparents are Lorna and Charles Ell- wood, also cf Quincy. Elias joins siblings Bran- don, 4, Kaydence 5, and Kiersten, 9. CARDS of THANKS To all our relatives, friends, doctors, nurses, neighbors and everyone who stood by our family during the trag- ic moments following the loss of our beloved Judy, ei- ther through their physical presence ,ev-with : their phone calls, letters, finan- cial assistanCCihd compas- sionate thinking, we are ex- pressing our kindest thanks to them. Jim Church and family Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid i Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email, subject obit M Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. 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