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2B Wednesday, July 7, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter 00V00ITAL STATISTI CS OBITUARIES Marlene Marie Decker Marlene Marie Decker passed from this life to be with the Lord Wednesday, June 30, 2010. Marlene had been a resident of Quincy since 1976, when she and her husband, Donald Decker, bought their first house in East Quincy. As Donald worked in the logging industry, Marlene worked as the manager and then owner of the Beacon Gas Station on the hill in Quincy for over 25 years. When Donald died in 1999, Marlene decided to move south to be out of the snow and nearer to some of her children. She lived in Lake- side since 2001, along with her mother, Maude Knaak. Marlene lived a loving life. She was a patient and consid- erate woman. She was a mem- ber of the First Baptist Church of Quincy, baptized there by Pastor Clyde Brandt. Marlene was a very faithful woman, wanting at the end to go to her heavenly home. Marlene leaves all of us much richer just for know- ing her. She leaves behind her mother, Maude Knaak of Lakeside; a brother, Patrick Kelly, of the Philippines; daughters Sheryl Austin of Quincy and Cindi Sullivan of Lakeside; sons Dennis Gray of San Diego, Michael Gray of Susanville, and Kelly Gray of Apple Valley; as well as 10 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. Marlene will be interned with her husband at the East Lawn Cemetery in Quincy at a small family service July 10. BIRTHS Iris Bridget Bruffet Iris Bridget Brufft was born to Alicia Blair and Matthew Bruffet, of Portola, June 15, 2010, at 12:52 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Pat and Carl Rice of Texas. Paternal grandparents are Brian and Gigi Bruffett of Idaho. Iris joins sisters Ecko, 7, Aria, 7, Rayn, 6, and brother Gage, 1. Raymond Corado ReBell Raymond was born to Ron- ni and Ryan ReBell of Loomis June 22, 2010, at 10:47 a.m. at Stiller Roseville Medical Cen- ter in Roseville. He weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20- 1/2 inch in length. Paternal grandparents are Raymond and Rozanne ReBell of Quincy. Maternal grandparents are Ron Coscarelli and the late Marcille Coscarelli of Susanville. Paternal great-grandpar- ent is Margaret ReBell of Chico. Maternal great-grand- parents are Clyde and Josephine Coscarelli of Santa Clara and Dr. Michael Bardo of Susanville. Miley Marie Geraldine Taddei Miley Marie Geraldine Tad- dei was born to Ashley and Derek Taddei, of Greenville June 22, 2010, at 11:53 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Debbie Mills of Barstow and Dean Howell of Greenville. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Joanne Taddei of Greenville. Great-grandparents are Gerry Johnson and Joyce Taddei, both of Greenville. Miley joins brother, Michael Taddei, 3. Kyler Matsu Senter Kyler Matsu Senter was born to Lauren and Marty Senter June 28, 2010, at 6:51 p.m. at Plumas District Hospi- tal in Quincy. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. • Maternal grandparents are Raymond Tasaki of San Jose and Candice and Corey Gin, also of San Jose. Maternal aunt is Mara Tasaki. Paternal grandparents are Guy and Debbie Senter y and Melissa and Ron Groh, all of Quincy. Paternal uncles are Trent Senter and Dustin Groh. Car versus deer results in two fatalities Barbara France Staff Writer bfrance@lassennews.com Two Alturas residents were killed after the Jeep they were riding in collided with a deer in the early morning hours Thursday, June 24. Alvin G. West, 64, and Melinda Garcia, 12, could not escape the 2005 Jeep that be- IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE The quarterly meeting of the Plumas County In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee will be held on Friday, July 9, 2010 at 1 PM in the conference room at the Department of Social Services, 270 County Hospital Road, Suite 207, Quincy. This committee advises the Nevada- Sierra Regional IHSS Public Authority and the Plumas County Board of Supervisors on matters related to In-Home Supportive Services in Plumas County. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. eool; nument established 1929 MONUMENTS • BENCHES • SIGNS BORDERS • ADDRESS STONES GRANITE • MARBLE • NATURAL STONE | 10 PACIFIC ST. • P.O. BOX 1766 * PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832- 1 908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONU MENT.COM PET ANNOUNCEMENTS r- BIRTHS, OBITUARIES, IN MEMORIAMS, BIRTHDAYS, CONTEST WlIINERS, ETC. Elly's Knight Mare Lady Elysees of Butterfly Valley andGalustrus Knight of Rogue River, Ore., welcomed EllC&ight Mare Aug. 8, 2007, during a home birth gtterfly" Valley. The newborn measure :tales at the withers. Maternal grandparr'Dorothy and Dennis Miller of Butterfly Valley. " Paternal grandparents are Sharon and Gordon Westergard of Rogue River, Ore. Great grandmother is Donna Miller of Quincy. Elly's joins sibling Andy, 11. Obituary Brutis "Big Boy" Smith Brutis Smith, age 12, we n.hreat mousehunt in the sky Aug. 6, 2007. =g v enjoyed napr)n chair, fresh water, and He investigating the nes' yards for treats. He was a great guard cat, chasing dogs from the front yard. He is survived by his sister, Freda, friend Bo, and human servants Steve and Ellen Smith. For more information, call: Feather River Bulletin 283-0800 Indian Valley Record 258-3115 Chester Progressive 258-3115 Lassen County Times 257-5321 Westwood PinePress 258-3115 Portola Reporter 832-4646 came fully engulfed in flames after it went down an em- bankment and hit several rocks. According to the California Highway Patrol office in A1- turas, around 7:18 a.m. Thurs- day morning Beverly A. West, 59, also of Alturas was driving on south Highway 395 just south of Lynetta Road, Coun- ty Road 187B, when a deer crossed the road. West was unable to stop the Jeep from hitting the deer, causing the Jeep to leave the roadway in a southwesterly direction down a steep hill. At the bottom of the embank- ment, the Jeep hit the rocks and rolled onto the passenger side. Upon coming to rest, a fire began for unknown rea- sons from an unknown loca- tion on the vehicle. First reports indicate a passerby or several passersby were able to get Beverly West and passenger Ernesto Gar- cia, 15, of Alturas, out of the Jeep. Beverly West and Ernesto Garcia were treated for major injuries. ! 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June 28 Emily Ann Kelly and Nicholas Adam Urban, both of Minnesota. Fred William Freeman and Paula Lenore Crowder, both of California. CARDS of THANKS On my recent trip to Indian Valley to attend the wedding of Clinton and Victoria Neer, I became very ill with severe breathing problems and was taken to the emergency room at Plumas District Hospital. I live in the Atlanta area, the land of super-huge med- ical facilities where one is not so much as touched until the paper work is completedl At Quincy I was immediately put to bed and given everything I needed to become more at ease and able to breathe. Carol, Doctor Ham and Eddie were absolutely wonderful even though they were extremely busy with other patients. Unfor- tunately, they would not let me go to the wedding so I had to spend the night. I was nursed by Susan and Danielle, but I may have the names wrong, I was rather confused at the time. I have never had such tender care. You girls are wonderful. I do believe my lunch, din- ner and breakfast were cooked by Rachel Rae -- they were de- licious. So thank you all for all you do and for being there when I needed you. Angle Dalton Woodstock, Ca. Dear Mike and the entire crew at the Feather River Bulletin: It was so wonderful to see the article that you wrote about Lloyd's retirement. Your thoughtfulness is so ap- preciated and unexpected. No one really knows how much they are a part of a communi- ty until something like this. Thank you. Grace and Lloyd Quincy Fundraising begins for search, rescue The Plumas County Search and Rescue Team will soon begin its annual fundraising event. Last year, the donations helped purchase much- needed safety equipment for the all-volunteer team. Starting about the last week of July, Plumas Coun- ty residents will receive a phone call soliciting a do- nation for the team. The fundraiser will last about one month, allowing for all residents to be called and donation vouchers to be followed up. Anyone having problems or questions may call Mike or Becky Grant at the sher- itTs office, 283-6300. www. ,com Prospecting Maps (32.) 783-4595 I ° ! Ob=tuary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid 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 typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject obit i M Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE • TRUST ADMINISTRATION • ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S.Gay Street o Susanville l DAVID J. HEASLETT I ATTORNEY AT LAW Free Consultation • Wills - Trusts - Estate Planning • Probate • DUIs • Bankruptcy • Business Law • Real Estate • • Meliation • 15 Years in • Criminal Defense • Native Californian 5 't :iiiiiii:i DISABILITY \\; (,,,) ,.,,.,.o, ,. i m I se habla espafiol ] DISABILITY ASSOCIATES j I To send an obituary: I typesetting@plumasnews.com I