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2B Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES La Nell Marie "Mugga" Alexander Quincy resident I~ Nell Marie Alexander or "Mugga" to her precious grandchildren, passed from this life early Wednesday morning, July 16, 2014, at her residence following a courageous battle with lung cancer. She was surrounded by her loving family. Born in Pittsburg on Sept. 1, 1947, to the late South Dakota natives Meredith and Myrtle Isakson, she was raised and educated in Clayton, where she is a member of Clayton High Schools graduating with the class of 1965. Shortly out of high school, she went to work for the Oakland Army Depot and it is here she met a handsome young Viet Nam veteran and co-worker Bill Alexander. As their love for one another blossomed, the couple was married in Carson City, Nevada, on April 24, 1970, and to this union two sons were born. The newlyweds returned to the San Francisco East Bay before moving to Carson City, and later Elko, Nevada, where she followed her husband in his law enforcement career. In 1992, the couple moved to Quincy from Cobb Mountain. First and foremost a loving wife and mother she dedicated her life to her family. She was an avid amateur radio operator and could be found alongside her husband helping out during numerous natural disasters as well as being an integral part of Cal Fire's Communication System. As a Red Cross volunteer she ran the local evacuation stations as well as helping out with the Salvation Army when the need arose. La Nell was one who was always there to lend her fellowman a helping hand when needed. La Nell fellowsl~ped at the Quincy Calvary ~hapel. In passing La Nell leaves her loving husband of over 44 years, Bill G. Alexander;, her sons Blaine C. Alexander and his wife Stephany and Chad I. Alexander, all of Quincy; the pride of her later life her grandchildren, Annicka, Dominic and Mia, along with her sister Laurie Carpenter and her husband Bruce of Aurora, Colorado. A Celebration of La Nell's life was held Saturday, July 19, at the Meadow Valley Community Church. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available onlIne at C. Clive Bollinger Longtime Westwood resident C. Clive Bollinger peacefully passed from this life with his family at his side, early Friday morning July 18, 2014, under the compassionate care of the staff at the Long Term Care Unit of Seneca Health Care District located in Chester. Born April 8, 1930, in Chico, to the late California natives Clive and Mary (Chester) Bollinger on April 8, 1930, at the age of two he and his family moved to the northeastern California lumber community of Westwood. Clive attended school in Westwood graduating with the Westwood High School's hilcoot Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE - MARBLE - NATURAL STONE ~/'me/e#8 ('~ au" 110 PACIFIC STREET. P.O. BOX 1766. PORTOLA CA 96122 /or enerationsJJe q/ (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 e s t a b I i s h e d 1 9 2 9 ~P/~N.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET Mt. Jura Qem and Museum Society. Indian Valley Museum wishes to THANK the following merchants and people for their continuing support. They made 2014Cowboy Breakfast a big success by their generous donations and giving of their time. To the Indian Valley 4-H, our members and Non-Members that worked so hard; A Our Donors: H & K Backhoe Service - C~seent Mills Waste Management Hunter's Hardware - Greenville Dave & Kathy W'flson -GR~nville .lim Peter- G~enville Plumas Bank- Greenville Francis Musser- Taylorsville Shirley Ffiedfichs - Prattville Richatd's Gift's, Taylotsviile Lynn Riclanan - erattville Evergreen Market-Greenville Bear CounUy in Canyon Dam Ruthie McRobelts & Lynda Bridges Greenville Neff Automotive, Crescent 1Wills Anna Coombs Dog Grooming Service Indian Valley Vet CounWy Style & Salon - Margie Meeker & Alica Short, Greenville Crescent Country - C~scent Mills BIG THANK YOU! Village Drug, Gmmville Russ Peter - Taylorsville Debbie Allen - Taylorsvflle Beth Fowler, Greenville Taylorsville Tavern- Taylorsville Pat McKee, Taylorsville Kevin Goss, Supervisor Norman Lamb, Katherine Iglesias Young's Market, TaylorsviHe Doyle Rolston, Crescent ]Wdls Main SUeet Salon, Taylorsvflle Denis Ga~ia, Greenville Anna's Caf6, Greenville Vicky Rhodes, Graeagle Riley's Jerky, G~enville Sterling Sage, Greenville Jenny Smith, Greenville Kamen WmsomL, C, veenvine Barbara Benge, Greenville Cecille Wielpu~ Greenville "Class of 1950" where he lettered in both football and basketball. He married his high school sweetheart Georgia Lee and to this union a daughter, Virginia was born. In December 1956, a son, Silas was born. Shortly following his high school graduation, Clive joined the Navy in 1951 where he served as a member of their elite Seabee's during the Korean War and after. Clive returned to Westwood following his honorable discharge and went to work for brief periods of time for the United States Forest Service and later Builders Supply Company in Chester. In 1956 he began what became a 37-year career with Collins Pine Company retiring in 1993 as an engineer for the company's railroad. In October 1970, he married the love of his Life, Janice Whittle, and gained two daughters, Stacy and Kaylon. Clive was member of the former Westwood Masonic Lodge #501 where he was a Past Master of the Lodge. He was honored for his over fifty years of service to the Westwood Community as a member of the Westwood Volunteer Fire Department where he is a former assistant chief of the department. He served as a reserve deputy for the Lassen County Sheriff's Office and as a member of the westwood Community Services District. An avid outdoorsman he was passionate about hunting and fishing where he enjoyed bonding with family. He taught the youth of the area hunter safety classes for over forty years. Clive has attended the Westwood Assembly of God Church for a number of years. In passing Clive leaves his daughters "Gina" Virginia Lundquist and her husband John, of San Rafael, Stacy Russell and her husband Dan, of Susanville, and Kaylon Northington and her husband John, of Scotts Valley; a son, Si Bollinger and his wife Marlene, of Westwood, his precious grandchildren, Jackson Bollinger Himes, Tanwya Galeazzi Bollinger, Desseree Houston Bollinger, Darrell Russell, Dustin Russell, Marissa Russell, Sarah and James Hogan; and great grandchildren Devante' Houston, Tyra Houston, I zabella Galeazzi, John Silas Galeazzi, Jocelyn, Liam and Brody Russell, along with a sister, Wanda Tener, of Spokane, Washington. He joins his wife Janice, brother Richard and sister Norma Perkins in their eternal home with the Lord. A celebration of Clive's life will take place 10 a.m. Friday, July 25, at the Fehrman Chapel located at 425 Ash Street in Westwood. Interment with Military Honors will follow in the Westwood Cemetery alongside his late wife. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at Janie Ann Troupe Janie Ann Troupe, 63, joined the Lord on Saturday, July 12, 2014, surrounded by her loving family. Daughter of the late Billy Lee and Betty (Gibbons) Cooper, Janie was a loving and devoted, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and daughter. Janie was a longtime resident of Sierra Valley. Janie was very active with and worked in many positions within her church. She was a kind and generous soul and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. A Celebration of Life was held on Saturday, July 19, at Sierra Valley Christian Fellowship in Beckwourth. She is survived by her husband Michael Troupe; daughter Michelle (Gary) Bonanno, with grandchildren Ashley and Jesse; son Sean (Gina) Troupe, with grandchildren Joe, Tom, Tavish, Phoebe, Chase, Sean and Audrey; sisters Rhonda (Louis) Siqueido, of Calpine, Frankie (Butch) Gussett, of Fallon, Nevada, and Melanie Steelman of Graham, North Carolina; sisters-in-law Shirley (Rick) Lantz, of Maui, Hawaii, Pam (Chris) Holmes, of Huntington Beach, and many nieces, nephews and many lifelong friends. Janie was deeply loved and will be greatly missed by those who knew her. Donations in Janie Troupe's memory to Reno Cancer Society or Portola Station's Awana program would be appreciated. Barbara Joan Tucker Longtime Crescent Mills businesswoman Barbara J. Tucker went on peacefully to join her son in heaven, See Obits, page 3B CAL-FD 158 With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of your family when you've needed them most. 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