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Community News Wednesday, July 25, 2001 3A River Bulletin of the Quincy of Commerce gath- week to pay tribute of Plumas County's private employers, Magnetics. president Flannigan told the Ice, which included Trilogy employees, Quincy Chamber this business Rive their Merchant :iation Award, which ood a hosted staff barbe- Jwa r the contributions bUSiness and its em- , make to the commu- d% I ,wledDresging the hon- -ati , P ident Michael ... the audience that it employees and the of life that keeps his y headquartered in He went on to say o,, _ mey now have addition ee located in Para- Calif, and Manches pshire. His cor- n now employees 62 :reat 37 in the Quincy fa- ;alff caUSe lished in 1978, they :k o ened in east Quincy affe .nld Boyd's Market I g in what is now h's f )ciati two" 1,41 79, ,ict ~~v~l""9~t~' s ~w, mng Medical Center in fe, J September 1, 1921, in Mich., she moved ~lcy ~ 1949 from Mass, Df ! Was a devoted home- life was dedicat- for her family. )Yed an occasional Nev., to try her Will be remembered cook. receded in death of 55 years, r., in 1994, son, r., in 1988, and Van Ornum iVived by sons, Nev, both of Mike of Del o.; daughters, Gerri La- Esther and Deb- Westwood; 13 ren, 13 great called Sierra Center (where the demolition is currently underway next to SavMor Foods). They now occupy a 15,000 sq. ft. building on Mill Creek Road. Nero said his business is becoming more and more di- versified. When they first opened, they almost exclu- sively repaired magnetic tape heads and dot matrix printer heads. "We continue to seek new product and ser- vice opportunities in the computer hardware indus- try," he said. Their Southern California facility, he said, for example, specializes in repairing money-changing vending machines,while their New Hampshire facility focuses on computer hard- ware services. Nero said his major ac- counts include IBM, Compaq, NCR, UNISYS and Mars (the candy company). The hot dog barbecue and presentation was held at Tril- ogy's facility on July 18. This was the third merchant ap- preciation celebrations held by the chamber. Previous re- cipients honored were Willits Motors and Feather Publishing Company. Plumas Bank announced that Andrew Ryback has joined the company as senior vice president and controller. Most recently Ryback was vice president and controller for Placer Sierra Bank in Rocklin. California. Ryback will be responsible for super- vising all accounting activi: ties including budgeting, liq- uidity and investment man- agement, and financial and regulatory reporting for Plumas Bank. "We are very fortunate to have Andy join our executive team, " said executive vice president chief accounting of- ricer Doug Biddle. "He brings abroad background of ac- counting and banking knowl- edge to the company and I am The Quincy High School Class of 1981 is holding its 20- year reunion, the members of the Class of 1981 will be hold- ing their reunion on Aug. 4, at Longboards in Blairsden at 6p.m. There will also be a picnic held that Sunday. For further YY ]g cremation at in Quin- of her life Thursday, July at the Fehrman in Quincy. Will take place in District Ceme- Villis Willis, 85, died Uly 18, 2001, at g in Fair 3, 1915, in she was a over was a fre- to Plumas Coun- 7n had two brother- Sisters, which she UPPort through the Years. Family val- generosity and a few of her devotion was o her family. All long, wonderful loved by all for kind and sweet dancing, sewing, and gardening were Cite hobbies. Her anexample, do and be good to The First Baptist Church ofStarlight Baptist Church of Quincy is celebrating its 50th Quincy as the guest speaker. anniversary of serving Quin- The church is located in cy on July 29. East Quincy on the corner of The services will com- Highway 70and Reese Street. mence with the 11 a.m. wor-The church was started in ship service, followed by aFebruary 1951, by Pastor potluck dinner in the fellow- James Camp, a church ship hall. planter from Oroville. Then, at 1:30 p.m., the The members of the church rededication of the facilities would like to extend a wel- will be held with the Rev. come to all on this special Joshua Devine, pastor of the day. was preceded in er husband of 34 in 1972, and two SUrvived by daugh- Williams of Cres- Sons, Run of New- of Riverside; Weeks of tad Opal Spitler of Seven grandchildren cremation at Crematory, grave- will be held on 3, 2001, at 3 p.m. Memorial Park The family re- any donations in her be made to the Ma- Widows and Or- Fund c/o Fehrman try and Crematory, 53, Quincy, CA m Members of the Gamma Io- dogs. ta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Those attending the picnic and husbands met at Pioneerwere: President Rita Mar- Park on July 15, for an oldshall, June Biggs, Linda Bus- fashioned picnic, selen, Helen and Frank Helen Ettinger informed Davis, Judy and Henry Eisen- the members about the up- man, Helen and Dick Et- coming Beginning Day event,finger, Jacqui and Ed Harris, which will be held at the Joy Klein, Bob Marshall, Greenhorn Guest Ranch at Mary Ann and Ray Mathes, the end of August. Barbara and Gene Norman, The picnic activities of the Abby and Jack Scheer, day were: ring toss, chicken Sharon and Fred Thon, and feet and pinochle. Chefs Jack guests Scott Marshall and Scheer and Fred Thon barbe-Louise Keay. cued hamburgers and hot "\ Serv, ng North Eastern Cahlorr~a , j Frank Skrah, Retired LAPD Supe~sor of DeteaJv~ (25 yearS) "INQUIRE mNVESTIGATIONS Crwar~ Defense E~upCcy Acodent )~tigat~o~ P~ Ptx~ and v~eo S~ ~ & Oedd Busm~ Hts|o~y ~t~ & ~lerne~ Back~'oundS ~o~ess Sen,~g Asset & Property Sea~ct~es DNorce & C_A'tdO Custody pre-en~lo~! DemOatory p~lic F,I~ l..~.,enses Che~keO Expert Waness (L~,~ pre-Sente~ng Repon~ ~o~c,~ ma~.~$) INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES" California Stale LK:~nse P.I, 14614 252-1562 Susanville Lake Almanor L_ ) all Lighting Fixtures t and Bedding Lamps Fans Comforters Bed Sets Sheets sale good thru 8/8/01 Many new items arriving weekly and lots to choose from/ Diningroom Sets Couches Rocking Chairs Entertainment Centers Oriental Plates Doolittle Prints ND TIME 91 6 IgRNISHINGsI3N]I USED FURNITURE & CONSIGNMENT 231 Main Street, Quincy (next to Post Off'ce) 283-5643 Hours: lO:OOam to 6:00pm daily Closed Sundays confident that he will be a significant contributor to our m {nagement team." A California native, Ry- back received his bachelor of science degree in business administration from Cal State University of North- ridge in 1988 and was a mem- ber of the honorary ac- counting fraternity, Beta Al- pha Psi. He became a certi- fied public accountant in 1995. He and his wife of 10 years, Michelte, and their two sons Daniel and Jeffrey have re- cently relocated to Quincy from Rocklin. Ryback be- lieves in getting involved in the community he lives in. He was the treasurer and a key member in a Rocklin U information the reunion Web page is or you contact the individuals listed below. For details or to R.S.V.P., contact: Brenda Vetter-Compton at (530)832-1433 or e-mail at Todd Herman at (530)832- 1433 or e-mail at Jeff Johnson at (408)245- 8578 or e-mail at Washing machine hose failure is a major cause of flooding in homes. Installing stainless steel braided hoses instead of rubber can prevent this. Brought to you by. Plumbing/Heating/Sheet Metal Co. Inc. 283-I 6O5 Lo~,k fi~r a )~c~' m~licc, nu.rt uc, c,h.~ gPM 2001 Andrew Ryback New Plumas Bank Controller campaign to build a new mid- dle school and refurbish an existing one. "My family and I are look- ing forward to the quality of life here in the beautiful Sier- ras," Ryback said. "I'm sure it won't be long before we be- come very involved in com- munity activities in Quincy." Ryback enjoys volleyball, pickle-ball, skiing, photogra- phy, genealogy and studying maps and history. Plumas Bank, the largest community bank in North- eastern California with over $250 million in assets, main- tains nine full-service offices in Quincy, Portola, Greenville, Chester, West- wood, Susanville, Truckee, Fall River Mills and Alturas. It also has four additional in- dependent ATM sites. Since 1980, it has served the finan- cial needs of local families and businesses in six coun- ties. Everyone in the mountains needs protec- tion against ultraviolet light. Good quality sunglasses can screen out dangerous UV rays. This makes the difference in eye comfort and eye health. All styles includ- ing designer to inexpensive sunglasses are 30% off May 1 to Aug. 1. Great Styles, Great Protection. Please call Drs. Gilman and Gilman for an appointment. Ul -- t" DRS. GILMAN qg~ GILMAN 68 Central Ave. Quincy * 283-2206 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, ~qsion and Eye examinations, treatment of eye disease, cataract surgery, for- eign body rerno~'al, threshold visual field analysis, contact lenses, gla~se~, !large seh:~.~io~ oi me,pensive to desigr~er eyewear), low vision aids ior ~he visually impaired, and vision therapy for learning related vision problems. Remember... For a unique dining experience in the spectacular Lakes Basin Recreation Area. Serving nil Dinner Menu Changes Daily Reservations Suggested Look for us 7 miles up Gold Lake Rd. was killed in a head on collision on Highway 70, near Portola in an accident that should never have happened. Her Family Grieves There is no justice in Plumas County. i!~~ i