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m ! 2B Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS "it :! OBITUARIES born Jan. 8, 1913, to Ransom and Mary Surrena (Osburn) in Oaktown, Ind. Rodney George Lang His family moved to Rodney George Lang, 80, Muskegon, Mich., when he was born in Elyria, Ohio, was a young boy where he Nov. 26, 1929. After a coura- graduated from Muskegon geous battle with Lewy Body Heights High School in 1931. Disea'se, Lang passed away at Travis graduated a year later home in Green Valley July 11, than the rest of his school- 2010. mates because he had to quit He is survived by his wife school for a year and go to Myrene "My" Lang; sister work to help his family dur- Joyce Yoo (Dick); his seven ingthe Depression. children, Susan Webster He married Violet Ruth De- (Jim), Sharon Lang (Mike), vowe in the Church of God in Lori Kocher (Clint), Mark Muskegon Heights June 24, Lang (Sue), Jimi Johnson, 1939. There they had two chil- Bobbi Wood, Mike Wood dren, Raymond and Janet. (Denise); 11 grandchildren and In 1944 when Travis' sister, seven great-grandchildren. Selma, became ill and was He was preceded in death told she would die unless she by grandson, Warren John- was moved to a drier climate, son, and his parents, Floyd Travis built a little house and Helen Lang. over the back of his truck and Rodney graduated from put a bed in it, and moved his Ohio University. He served in sister, his parents and his lit- the Air Force during the Ko- tle family to Blythe, so his sis- tea conflict. Rod was an avid ter could recuperate in the golfer and fisherman. New hot, arid desert. and life-long friends will al- There in 1949, 'they had an- ways treasure and remember other daughter, Judy. Travis his quick wit and sly smile, bought a farm and raised al- Rod and Myrene moved to falfa, worked at Willis Dairy Green Valley seven years ago and drove a fuel truck for from Graeagle. There will be Tyson's Mobile Gas until 1959, a Celebration of Life July 24, 5 when he decided it was just p.m. at the Grill on the Green, too hot there, and moved his in Green Valley. wife and children to a little In lieu of flowers, memorial cabin at Round Valley Lake. contributions may be made to Violet went into Greenville the Lewy Body Dementia As- and bought Travis a new pair sociation, 912 Killian Hill of shoes from Mr. Ayoob but Road, S.W., Liburn, Georgia didn't know Travis's correct 30047, or the valor Hospice- size, so Mr. Ayoob said to Care and PalliativeCare, 1131 take two pair and let him try S. La Canada Dr., Suite 103, them on and which ever one Green Valley, AZ 85614. doesn't fit, bring it back and pay for the other one, and Travis Osburn Anderson the town was so cute and Mr. Travis Osburn Anderson, Ayoob was so nice, that they hileoot established 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC ST. * P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 settled in Greenville. the Sincerity Chapter Order Friday, July 23, at 10 a.m.MARRIAGE Travis worked at the mill, of the Eastern Star #53, and with graveside service at 11 LICENSES and pursued his new hobbyserved three terms as Worthy a.m. Reception to follow at of gold mining. He workedPatron in 1967, 1971, and 1972. granddaughter Shelly Kyle for Cy Hall at his hardware He was a member of the Anderson's home in Olympia. July 8 store while holding an insur- First Church of the Nazarene Darryl Scott Plumb and Carrie Elizabeth Lawson, ance license in Investors Di- in Olympia, and served as a DEATH NOTICES both ofFernley, Nev. versified Services and study- Sunday school teacher and ing college courses by mail church board member in while Violet became the resi- Church of God in MichiganVernon Henri Moquin July 9 dent editor of the Greenville and California. Quincy resident Vernon Travis Henry Goings and Record newspaper. Travis was one of the origi- Henri Moquin died Sunday, Rachael Renee Curran, both In 1983 Violet and Travis nal Lone Scout members and July 11, 2010, at his residence, of Greenville. moved to Olympia, Washing- was associated with the Boy He was 53 years old. Kristen Marie Rother and ton to be closer to their son, Scouts for many years. He was born in Oakland Jesse Dean Morrison, both of Raymond, and daughters, Travis had a photographicSept. 10, 1956. Quincy. Janet and Judy, eventually memory and could recite poet- In passing Vernon leaves Jessica Grace Hoel and followed them to the Pacific ry books he read and enter- his mother and step-father; Steven John Leahy, both of Northwest area. In 1996, tained family and friendsLarry and Mildred Dean of Davis. daughter Janet passed away even into his 97th year. Placerville. and Travis and Violet moved Survivors include son Ray- He was predeceased by his July 12 to Seattle to live with daugh- mond and wife, Clarice, of brother Michael Vecchio, who Tony Lee Young of West- ter, Judy, and Janet's hus- Toutle, Wash., and their three died in 1960. wood and Beverly Jean Her- band, Ken. children and 10 grandchil- An opportunity to express man of Chester. When Violet died in 2007, dren, son-in-law, Ken Grover condolences to the family Erica Marie Cimoli and Travis moved to Toutle to live husband of the late Jann Kyle along and the memorial guest Michael Joseph Herman, both with Raymond until 2009, Grover and their five children register is available online at of Chico. when he became too ill to be and their five grandchildren gordonmortuary.com. cared for at home and entered and five great-grandchildren, The family suggests any re- July 14 a nursing home in Longview. and daughter, Judy, and her membrances in Vernon's Jason Keith Ellefson and Travis was a member of the three children and five grand- memory be made to the Amer- Ashly Laurin Conte, both of Masons Sincerity Lodge No. children, ican Diabetes Association, c/o Montesano, Wash. 132 in Greenville and served Graveside services will be Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- Jacob Allen Pruitt and as Master in 1967, and again held at Woodlawn-Forest matory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, Emilee Ann Williamson, both in 1978. He was a member of Cemetery in Olympia, Wash., CA 95971. ofReno, Nev. et tion The California Department Entries will be accepted Oct. of Fish and Game is sponsor- 25, until Nov. 19, the contest ing an art contest for the 2011 deadline. design for the state's upland The species to appear on the game bird stamp. This is the 2011 upland game bird stamp third in the Encore Edition af- is the wild turkey (Meleagris ter reinstating the use of orig- gallopavo, Rio Grande sub- inal artwork for the stamps species) and must depict a image in 2009. pair (male and female). The contest is open to all An upland game bird stamp is U.S. residents age 18 and over. required for hunting migratory My husband is in his late 80's and has started to become erratic, forget things and quite honestly is scaring me, because he pushes me, and yesterday he slapped me. He has never hit me. I love him, I am not going to call the police, he doesn't belong in jail. But I have to do something. Please help me. Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 for support and referrals. Crisis Line Resource and resident upland game stamp contest will be birds in California. The mon- judged by a citizens' panel, ey generated from stamp sales with expertise in the fields may only be spent on upland of ornithology, conserva- game bird related conserva- tion, art and printing. The tion projects, education, hunt- winning artist will be se- ing opportunities and out- lected during a public judg- reach, ing event to be held DFG sells about 200,000 up- Wednesday, Dec. 1. land game bird stamps annu- The winning entry will be ally, including sales to collec- reproduced on the 2011 Call- tots who value the stamps for fornia Upland Game Bird their artist depiction of up- Stamp and may be available land game birds, as collectible limited edition In addition to the stamps, prints. DFG typically issues signed, For contest information limited edition prints, sought and entry forms, visit the by art collectors. DFG website at dfg.ca.gov/ The upland game bird upstamp. 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 (530) 832- 1 908 283-4333 Center FAX (530) 832-6828 1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515 ill A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention '" WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.COM i ~ ~ & Resource Center 4 PE TS- .iHoney Lake Valle, Headstones & Cemetery Supplies . ...................... : : .............................. : SAVE ",':,~ Head Stones ~;~:~"~'~:: E" "-,:" Monuments i I "~ Engraving -' " ! cumpetitor'i .t~ Granite or In memory Holly Our beloved Holly passed away 6-24-10 at the age of 13 years & 7 months. 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