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2B Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Lorraine Barlow Nesvig Lorraine Barlow Nesvig died peacefully at her home in Dewey, Ariz., Feb. 28, 2010. She was 91 of age. Lorraine was born Dec. 14, 1918, in Grand Forks, N.D. She was the fourth child of Peter and Olive (Marvick) Barlow. Her parents emigrated from Nor- way in the early 1900s. The family moved to Rochester, Minn., where Lor- raine attended the local schools. In 1945, she went to Los An- geles, and worked in the office of Clyde Graham Co. In 1952, she married Joe Del Ella. They moved to Quincy in 1972; Joe died in 1973. Lorraine worked for Chuck Smith at United Farm Real Estate, and later opened her own offices in Quincy and Graeagle. In 1976, she married Gordon Nesvig of Graeagle. They moved to Dewey, Ariz., in 1983, where she resided until her death. Lorraine was preceded in death by her parents, and brothers Goodwin, Arthur and Walter. She is survived by her hus- band, Gordon Nesvig, brother Bill Barlow, both of Dewey; and by nephews Dale Barlow of Lake Wales, Fla., Gary Bar- low of Rend, Nev., Bill Barlow of Portola, and Randy Barlow of Quincy; also by Gary's son, Dr. Dan Barlow of Rend, and Dan's two small sons, Jackson and Jonah. A memorial service was held for Lorraine in the Em- manuel Lutheran Church in Prescott Valley, Ariz. Floyd Mitchell Preston Floyd Mitchell "Mitch" Preston, 79, passed away June 26, 2010, at Seneca Hospital in Chester after a short illness. Mitch is sur- vived by his wife of 52 years, Dottle Preston, his daughter, Kat Stevens, and his son and daughter-in-law, Dave and Tani Preston, all of Greenville. He is also survived by his two grandchildren, Christopher Preston of Chico and MicheUe Preston of Rend, Nev. Mitch was a native Cali- fornian; he was born Jan. 23, BIRTHS Jovie Anne Lerch Nancy and Warren Nelson of Jovie Anne Lerch was Clio. born to Derek and Marisa Paternal grandparents are Lerch of Quincy July 1, 2010, Myra and Bill Lerch of Clio. at 1:25 a.m. at Plumes Dis- Great-grandparents are Bet- trict Hospital in Quincy. ty Lerch of Palo Alto, and Jovie weighed 7 pounds, 2 LaMarge Maroney of Clio. ounces. Jovie is also welcomed by Maternal grandparents are brother Luke, age 2. MARRIAGE LICENSES June 30 July 2 Jessica Ann Steen and Daniel Jess Greenwood of Wade Lennon Linford, both of Portola and Teagan McCall California. Thompson of Rend, Nev. Rise Joy Schiffman and July 7 Jared Cody Sibbitt, both of Janice Faye Sandlin and Montara. Robert Edward Eschenbaum, both of Quincy. 1931, in Long Beach and at- tended Jordan High School in Long Beach and Woodburry Business College in Burbank. After a successful sales ca- reer in Southern California, Mitch moved his family to Greenville in 1974, where he bought and ran the F.L. Miller Co., a local hardware and gro- cery store. Mitch was active in the community. He was a past president of the Greenville Rotary Club, past president of the Indian Valley Merchants Association and a 12-year member of the Greenville Volunteer Fire Department. No services are planned. Ira R. Kaufman Presiding Judge Ira R. Kaufman, Superior Court of Plumes County, has been ap- pointed to the Judicial Coun- cil of California, the adminis- trative policymaking body of the California courts, Chief Justice Ronald M. George an- nounced June 1. Ten appointments were made. Kaufman was one of four appointed to three-year terms as voting members of the council effective Sept. 15. Chaired by the chief justice, Claire G. Lizotte Claire Lizotte, of Pleasant Hill, passed away peaceful- ly June 27. She was born in Weatherly, Pc., Dec. 28, 1924 She married Arthur Lizotte (deceased) June 16, 1945, and lived in Dover, N.H. until moving to California in 1950. The joy of her life was her family. She is survived by her daughter, Marie (Ed) Shock- ley, her son Wayne Lizotte, and her four grandchildren, Jeffrey (Sally Anne) Ward, Eric In the judicial council consists of 14 judicial members ap- pointed by the chief justice, four attorney members ap- pointed by the State Bar Board of Governors, one member from each house of the Legislature, and 11 adviso- ry members. The administra- tive director of the courts serves as secretary to the council. Established by the state Constitution in 1926, the judi- cial council is responsible for ensuring the consistent, inde- pendent, impartial and acces- sible administration of justice in the nation's largest court system. The chief justice also ap- pointed Kaufman to the new Judicial Council Advisory Committee on Financial Ac- countability and Efficiency for the Judicial Branch. The purpose of the 12-member committee is to promote transparency, accountability, efficiency and understanding of the work of the administra- tive office of the courts and the judicial branch. "The structural changes in the California court system over the last 13 years have dramatically increased the de- mands of the 58 trial courts on Lizotte, Keith Lizotte and needleworking and spending Tara (Kenny) Nason; also her time with her family. She brother, A1 Levesque; sister, moved to Aegis, in Pleasant Delia Kramer, nieces and Hill in 2008. nephews. Claire was a wonder to all After many years living in who met her and a joy and Concord, she and Arthur blessing to her family and moved to Lake Almanor, friends. She was deeply loved where they operated a plumb- by all of them. ing business for 18 years. Memorial services will be They then moved to Delta held at St Bonaventure Hawaii Retirement Park in Church in Clayton Saturday, Pittsburg. July 31, at 2:30 p.m. Please Claire became very active send any memorials to the in social activities in the Alzheimer's Association, park and also became an 1060 La Avenida Street, avid tap dancer with both the Mountain View, CA 94043 or Concord and Antioch's Se- VITAS Hospice, 365 Lennon nior Citizen Talent group. Lane, #140, Walnut Creek, She enjoyed traveling, CA 94598. lu the AOC," said Chief Justice George. "As the agency's re- sponsibilities and services to the courts have increased, so have the resources entrusted to it. "We expect that the work of the advisory committee will enable us to increase un- derstanding about the needs of the state judicial branch, as well as ensure measures of transparency and account- ability that are appropriate in the use of public re- sources. At the same time, the additional review of bud- get requests and audit re- ports will help the judicial council set priorities and meet the needs of state courts and the millions of Californians that we serve." Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael P. Vi- cencia, president of the Cali- fornia Judges Association, commented, "I am pleased that the chief justice has tak- en this step toward greater accountability and oversight of the AOC by judges and other members of the judi- cial branch. As elected mem- bers of the branch, it is the responsibility of every judge to ensure public governance. My hope is that this new il committee will help fulfill that obligation." Kaufman was appointed to the Superior Court of Plumes County in 1998. He is serving his second term as the court's presiding judge (2001 - 03 and 2005 - present). He is a former president and vice-president of the California Judges Asso- ciation (2006 - 08). Before his appointment to the bench, he was engaged in private law practice for 24 years in Los Angeles and Plumes counties. Judge Kaufman is current- ly serving a third term on the council's Trial Court Pre- siding Judges Advisory Com- mittee (2005 - 10) and has participated on its executive committee (2005 - 06). He also served on the Rural Courts Education Committee for three years (2003 - 06). He was an advisory member of the judicial council (2007 - 08) and served on the coun- cil's Policy Coordination and Liaison Committee during his initial term. li more in Cafifornia Office of Traffic Safety 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. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject obit Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law ful Joshua Sebold Staff Writer jsebold@plurnasnews.com PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING Local law enforcement 2q7-A 00 leaders agreed the 2010 Fourth of July weekend was a 75 S. Gay Street Susanville . relatively happy and peaceful celebration compared to prior ,JValleya"1, years, and hoped the trend -- ...................................... L:I- can continue with a calm and Honey Lake quiet Labor Day weekend. Headstones & Cemetery SuppliesI : Sheriff Greg Hagwood said the weekend went "excep- ..... ........................ ..............t tionally well" despite his / forces being relatively :: SAVE ~l,~ Head Stones~ / stretched throughout the : ,~o,, .% Monuments / : county. :: U #0 ~' :: i:: [m~ ;* Engraving :: He added that the organiz- i compelUitor'. 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