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P Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 25,2001 5B have I$ 65, of Vacav- 3, 2001, after a Sept. 29, 1935, Okla. lived in Vacaville year. She was a Wife at Quincy :n Life Fellowship 1967-1980, a mis- Brazil in the early marriage, and the Latin Ameri- Institute as a li- store manager. ras a loving wife, and grandmother, friend. She mUsic, teaching pi- Bible. . was preceded in husband, Le- Survived by her Hazel Hinkle, of g, Ore.; daughter, sons David and Mark, of brothers of Battle Ish.; and Lloyd Ore.; ~n, and one was held for Mrs. Worship n Vacaville, with avid Baker presid- contributions to the Harvest 310 Parker CA 95688. ~nella, 88, of 14, 2001, in e wreck near her husband, Was born Japu- Angeles, to etta Fer- and educat- well Chapel in Chico, and en- tombment will take place at Glen Oaks Memorial Park in Chico. Frank John Ranella Frank John Ranella, 89, of Chico, died in an automobile accident with his wife, Mary Ann, near Chester, July 14, 2001. Frank was born October 6, 1911, to Francisco and Annie Ranella, in Trabia Sicily, Italy. In 1933, Frank enlisted in the Army Air Corps, where he served three years. Dur- ing WW II, he served in the Pacific as a pilot. He re- mained on active duty in the Naval Air Reserve until 1957. In 1947, Frank married An- nie Ferrando in Los Angeles. He and his wife lived in both Westwood and Chico. Frank was a member of the Sons of Italy, the VFW Chico Post 1555, Chico Elks Lodge #423, and the Silver Eagles. Frank is survived by his sons ,Kenneth Ranella, of Santa Rosa, and Richard Ranella, of Chico; sister, Josephine Wydler, of San Le- andro; and one grandson. A vigil will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Bid- well Chapel in Chico, and en- tombment will take place at Glen Oaks Memorial Park in Chico. Hollis Raymond Glidden Hollis Raymond Glidden, 92, died Sunday, July 15, 2001, at Seneca District Hos- pital in Chester. Hollis was born Aug. 21, 1908, in Marshalltown, Iowa. He had recently moved to the Chester/Lake Almanor area from Escondido. He had been a longtime resident of Logan, Iowa, moving to Cali- fornia in 1966. Hollis owned and operated Glidden Cleaners in Logan, son, Raymond. He is survived by his brother, Floyd Glidden, of Se- bastian, Fla.; sister, Maxine Lampel, of Marshalltown, Iowa; six grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and 14 great-great-grandchildren. A celebration of his life to include military honors will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 28, at the Chester Com- munity United Methodist Church. The family requests any donations in his memory be made to the Mountain Methodist Children's Center of Chester, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Alice May Snow Alice May Snow, 78, died at Washoe Medical Center in Reno, Nev., July 16, 2001. Alice was born July 5, 1923, at Queen of Angels Hospital in LOs Angeles, Cal. Alice spent the past three years as a resident of Life Care Center in Reno after having been a longtime resi- dent of Quincy. She was a member of the Quincy Church of Christ, and was a seamstress, cos- tumer, and artistic designer for Performing Arts Produc- tions in Plumas County, ex- celling in "Footloose." Alice was preceded in death by her husband, Sam, and two of their children. She is survived by her friend Armand Martin, sons Sam Burrows, of Red Bluff, and Bill Burrows. of Spokane, Wash.; daughters Maureen Arney, of Carlotta, Kathleen Buck, of Fortuna; and Eileen Cox, of Quincy; 21 grandchildren, and at least 36 great-grandchildren. Religious services will be- held Sunday, July 29, at 2 p.m. at the Church of Christ Rebekah Club, as well as be- ing an active bowler. Thelma is survived by her daughter, Glenda Stoy, of Sun Valley; brothers Robert Strickland, of Texas, and Darwin Strickland, of Kansas; sisters Miriam Ama- son and Claudine Vilches, both of Texas; and several nieces and nephews. Friends gathered to share memories of Thelma July 21 in Sun Valley, Nev. Donations in her memory can be made to the Circle of Life Hospice, 1575 Delucchi Lane, Suite 214, Reno, NV 89502 Ruby E. Lozano Ruby E. Lozano, 87, died July 15, 2001, at Roseville Convalescent Hospital in Ro- seville. Ruby was born April 25, 1914 ,in Mayer, Ariz. She moved, along with her family, to Indian Falls in 1925, where she resided until moving to Greenville in 1934. She lived there until health complications forced her move to Roseville in 1999. Ruby was a 1931 graduate of Greenville High School. A devoted homemaker who treasured the companionship of her grandchildren, she loved to tend her yard and enjoyed sewing, knitting and crocheting. Ruby was preceded in death by her husband of" 59 years, Ralph, son "Bud" and sister Ruth Hall. She is survived by her daughter, Leaha Rue Almquest, of Citrus Heights; three granddaughters, one grandson and four great- grandda ugh ters. A celebration of Ruby's liib will be held at graveside in the Greenville District Ceme- tery at 1 p.m. on Friday, July 27. The family requests any donations in her memory be made to Plumas Community Hospice, c/o Fehrman Mor- tuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Carl Mitchell Stough Carl Mitchell Stough, 55, died Wednesday, JUly 18, at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Carl was born July 3, 1946, in Palo Alto. He was a 39-year resident of Quincy, moving here from Lancaster where he had resided for 10 years. He served with the U.S. Army in Vietnam as a radio teletype operator. Carl was employed by Feather River Disposal Co., a division of Waste Management, Inc., for the past seven years. A longtime member of the Quincy Athletic Club, he en- joyed jog- ging and competing in racquet- ball tour- naments. tie was an avid out- doorsman and liked to fish, hunt and play golf. Carl had recently taken up the game of cribbage again and had competed in the World Championship of Crib- bage in Quincy this year. Carl was recently preceded in death by his mother, Mar- jorie Newell, and brother, Bruce Newell, last year. He is survived by the love of his live, Lucia Biunno of Quincy; brothers, Gary Stough of Wyndelt, Idaho, l'om Newell of Elk Grove, and Randy Stough of San An- tonio. Texas; numerous nieces and nephews; long- time paisano Carlo Rossi. Following cremation at Fehrman Crematory in Quin- cy, a celebration of his life along with military honors was held Tuesday, July 24. Inurnment took place at the family pIot located in the Quincy East Lawn Cemetery. The family requests any do- nation in his memory be made to the Plumas/Sierra 4- H, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA. Micah William Miller Micah William Miller was born June 12, 2001, to Car- olyn W. and Ervin H. Miller, at their home in Beckwourth. The newborn weighed 10 pounds, 14 ounces and was 23-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are William and Elizabeth Plank, of Flemingsburg, Ky. Pater- nal grandparents are Adin and Barbara Ann Miller, of Sarasota, Fla. Great-grand- parents are Andrew and Ed- na Plank, of Wisconsin; and Anna and Clifford Miller, of Iowa. Great-great-grand- mother is Mary Ann Beachey, of Illinois. Micah joins sisters Regina, 13, and Sharon, 8; and broth- ers, Roger, 11, and Wendell, 5, at home. Calvin Charles Whitley Calvin Charles Whitley was born July 10, 2001, to Charlie and Amy Whitley, of Spokane, Wash. The new arrival weighed 9 pounds, 12 ounces and was 20-3/4 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Jerry and dulie Hagstrom, of Jacksonville, Ore. Paternal grandparents are Marty and Pam Whitley, of Portola. Great-grandparents are Bob and Joan Morrill, of Laguna Beach; Leland and Phyllis Cross, of Loyalton; and Anita See Vitals, page 7B Park. In 1947,Iowa, for some 50 years, in Eureka. Her formal "send- Ranella, He served with the U.S. ofF' party will be at Cal Neva, , both in West- Army during World War II, Reno, Nev., Thursday, July _1 D Aria Workedk as a where he participated in the 26, at 8 p.m. , ~ ~, medic on the Omaha beach send contributions to the ,end New MARKERS & CEMETERY SUPPUES ) e aber of Our Di- A longtime member of the Plumas-Sierra County Fair. [ "the end - - N.,, I[~'~_~ r Catholic Church, Logan, Iowa, United 204 Fairgrounds Rd., Quincy, ~ ....................... ..... ow,,,,,, ~fItaly, the VFW Methodist Church, Mr. Glid-CA95971forGrandmaAlice. I ~ .;, ..... .... ~.~ .... 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He enjoyed the out- ter. | ,~ Space ~ * E~r~t~ ~~.~ -|' " )f" ~--Of " Sister, Rose doors through golf, fishing, Prior to moving to Nevada :~ _ ~,~L" :, arroyo Grande, ~bOUie Vitah," of Ha-" many for his fierce indepen- Quincy for over 40 years and --, and will be remembered by in 1995, Thelma had lived in - ~~urau~.~ O~ Privet- -: :~i ~l~lghts; and one deuce, was active in the Emblem 257 $705 Hollis is preceded in death Club, the Quincy Garden 472-200 DiAmOND CREST RD " SUSANVILLE Will be held by his wife of 53 years, Club, the Quincy Communi- at 7 p.m. at Bin- Dorothy Marie Glidden, and ty Methodist Church and the Now Accepting Enrollment for Home School Students I(-12 2001-2002 School Year 1st day of school - August 20, 2001 Last day of school - May 31, 2002 Call for appointment (530) 283-3851 or 1-888-509-4146 CHARTER SCHOOL 2288 East Main St. Quincy, CA 95971 m m m m m m m m ur a m prem,ums It's easy to spot our customers, they are the ones smiling behind the wheel. 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