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2B Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS SERVICES a wildland fire fighter for 20 years. Lonny S. Brewster Jim will be missed by Services for Lonny family and friends. Brewster, who passed away He is survived by his son, April 29, 2015, will be held Kyle, of Seattle, Washington; Aug. 15 at 1 p.m. at Pangaea brothers Steve, of Billings, Cafe & Pub, 461 Main St., Montana, and Phil, of Quincy. Portola; and sister Joanie, of Bring your favorite Grass Valley. instrument. OBITUARIES Chad Richard Green Jeffrey A. Hurst, D.V.M. his heart for the Hawaiian Islands. He resided on Maui from 2009-2013 until health complications forced him to return to the mainland. He also found pleasure in spending time in the outdoors riding his mountain bike and snow skiing. Chad was an avid San Francisco Giants and Denver Broncos fan. In passing Chad leaves his parents, Dale and Sharon Green of Lake Almanor; aunt, Patricia Ervin Brown; uncle, Robert Ervin; cousins, Richard Ervin, Jacob and Suzette Brown, Jessie Ervin Thomson and Amber Ervin LaVigne Jackson. He will be fondly missed by his beloved cat "Kaya-BeBe." He joins in his eternal home his uncles, Michael Ervin and Rodd Ervin. A celebration of Chad's L~fe is planned for Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Oak Hill Park in Danville, from 2 - 6 p.m. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online fehrmanmortuary.com. The family asks that any remembrances in Chad's memory be made c/o Karen Blue, 904 Red River Drive, Lake Almanor, CA 96137 to go toward the Celebration of Life Memorial. Chad's memory shall live on in others through his generous donations to Donor Network West. Jeffrey A. Hurst, D.V.M, With his loving parents at died in Quincy on June 15, his side, Chad Richard Green 2015. peacefully passed from this Born Aug. 23, 1939, he life Tuesday night, Aug. 4, at owned and practiced Seneca Healthcare District veterinary medicine at Hospital in Chester. Feather River Veterinary Born Sept. 17, 1972, in Clinic in Quincy and Oakland to Dale and Sharon Plumas County for some (Ervin) Green, Chad was 40 years, having graduated raised and educated in from veterinary school Danville. He graduated from from U.C. Davis in 1972. Danville's Monte Vista High He was a licensed private School as a member of the pilot and often landed his "Class of 1991." He went on to airplane in any rough ranch attend Butte Community College. Later he attended pasture to save a cow or Chico State College where he horse. was a member of the Beta He was an Armed Forces Omega Chapter of Phi Kappa James Oels veteran, a banjo player, a Tau. James (Jim) Oels, a team roper with the Indian Chad had a passion for long-time resident of Valley Riding & Roping motorcycle racing. As a Portola, died at Renown Club at one time and an talented mechanic, he served Hospital in Reno, Nevada, avid fisherman in Plumas as a crewmember for Scott on Aug. 5, 2015. County's many lakes and Wilson-Foremost Racing Jim was an avid streams. Team along with Jeff outdoorsman with a passion His legacy as an honest Tigert-Team Honda. He had for fly-fishing, and caring country also helped out in the family He was active in local veterinarian, always there business of Commercial youth athletics, coaching for the animals and their Playground Equipment as Pop Warner football and owners, will remain. sales consultant and Little League baseball. He is survived by a sister, :' '~staller. " ~~" ~o ;' ;~ Jim made his living in the Lynn Potter of Denver. ~" Chad had a spe"ciaiplace Ih ;~'oods. Most notably, he was Colorado. ...... hileoot established 1929 Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE - MARBLE - NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET o P.O. Box 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1 908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUM ENT.N ET LIVED. With over 25 years expenence, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of your family when you've needed them most. Find out how you can celebrate the life of your loved one with gentle guidance and individual touch. Serving Plumas, Sierra and Lassen Counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. CAL-FD 158- CR 300 WWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 Jack David Lake Greenhorn resident Jack David Lake passed from this life peacefully, with his loving family at his side, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015, at the Veterans Hospital in Reno, Nevada, at the age of 70. Born in Santa Paula, on Sept. 24, 1944, to Lloyd and Pauline (Cordell) Lake, Jack was raised and educated in Fillmore, graduating from Fillmore High School as a member of the class of 1962. Jack entered the military out of high school and went on to serve his country as a get-togethers. He loved to tinker and was always looking for a way to make any item better. In passing, Jack leaves his loving wife of over 47 years, Susan, of Greenhorn; daughters, Deborah Dillon, of Vacaville, and Jennifer Taborski and her husband Matthew, of Montesano, Washington; and he is the proud grandfather of Elizabeth, Jessica, Austin, Zachary and Corey, and great-grandfather of Caysen. Jack is also survived by a brother, Joe, of Vacaville. A Celebration of Jack's life is being planned for a later date. An opportunity to express condolences to the family, along with signing the memorial guest register, is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. The family asks that any remembrances in Jack's memory be made to the Quincy High School's Musical Department, c/o Fehrman Mortuary, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. member of the U.S. Navy as a William "Bill" Marsh Class A Radioman during the William "Bill" Marsh died Viet Nam War. Upon his on July 30, 2015, after a brief honorable discharge, he illness. He was born Sept. 26, returned to Southern 1923. California. While still He was preceded in death serving and on shore leave by Millie, his beloved wife of Jack was invited to a local 71 years. party where he could show His passing is mourned by off his musical talent as a his children: William, guitarist and it is here he met Robert, James, and Nancy a pretty young lady named Susan Mulholland. As their Marsh Pope; many love for one another grandchildren and great-grandchildren. blossomed, the couple was joined in matrimony in Bill served in the Navy for Saratoga on March 2, 1968, 27 years and later served and to this union two Santa Clara County in daughters were born. several roles, eventually The newlyweds settled in retiring as treasurer and tax San Jose, later moving to collector in 1984. Salinas where they resided Bill and Millie enjoyed from 1972-1981. Here Jack retirement years in Lake continued his education at Almanor, Penn Valley, Hartnell Community College Gridley, and the Masonic and later obtaining his AA community at Acacia Creek Degree in Law Enforcement in Union City. Bill was an from San Jose City College. avid gardener, golfer and ,Jack had worked in law, genealogy hobbyist. H~e enforcement as well as a devoted his greatest attention number of other professions to his membership in the during his life but always Masons and Shriners and to returned to his greatest his extended family. talent, that of an upholsterer His final resting place is at a career that had lasted some 38 years and one he was Sacramento Valley National still dabbling in until his Cemetery in Dixon. passing. Arrangements under the Jack and family moved to direction of Fremont Chapel Quincy's subdivision of of the Roses, 510-797-1900. Greenhorn 18 years ago from Vacaville. Zella Kurdupski As a talented guitarist, he Zella Kurdupski passed will be fondly remembered away peacefully with her by the community and fam'ily at her side on July 30, Greenhorn Guest Ranch 2015. guests for his lead in fireside Zella was born July 4, 1924, Topsoil & Manure .... 12 yards, delivered* $350 * Manure 0nly ........... 12 yards, delivered* $350 - Screened and Processed - SAND & GRAVEL AVAILABLE C a!!sa!5e3eO!a,, 2' oSut?n g45 First 100" Defensible Space Chain Saw Work. Field Mowing CertifiedHand Crews Yard Raking Gutter Cleaning, etc. Certified Wildland Fire Engines Weedeating Tree FREE ESTIMATES! D.R. Mowing Chipping Trimming & Felling Call the experts 530.253.0110 or 530.249.0757 emaih highsierrafire@frontiernet.net Visit our Website: HIGHSIERRAFIRE.COM Licensed. Insured. Workers Comp. and References Available. Accepting Credit Cards. I in Chester, Idaho, to Lottie and Raymond Brown. In 1947, she took a summer job at the Feather River Inn in Blairsden. There she met the love of her life, Anthony Kurdupski. They were married April 10, 1948, at the Feather River Inn. She and her late husband were avid bowlers, square dancers and enjoyed playing numerous card games. Zella had numerous career opportunities; however, she was best known as the owner/operator of the Graeagle Mill Works. She loved cooking, baking and the social aspect of the Mill Works. She retired in 1992 after 14 years, putting her son and daughter-in-law at the helm. She is survived by her sister Artis Miller, of Modesto; stepson Chuck Kurdupski (Sharon), of Folsom; sons Tim Kurdupski (Cathy), of Graeagle, and Dean Kurdupski, of Portola; granddaughters Terry, Kim and Sonja; and grandson Justin. She also has five great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. At her request, there will be no memorial service. There will be private ash scattering for family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in her name be made to the Skilled Nursing Facility, 500 Pine St. Portola, CA 96122. DEATH NOTICE Patricia Ann Anaya Patricia Ann Anaya, of Quincy, passed from this life Tuesday morning, July 21, 2015, at Life Care Center in Reno, Nevada, at the age of 77. She was born March 23, 1938 ~ri: S~F~ancis~to~[tle late Idus a~d Margaret (Spears) Long. " In passing, Patricia leaves her children: Jimmy, Bradley, Tony and Paul Anaya, Dorothy Chaplin, Janice Garrero, Cheryl Starling and Suzie Martha, along with 15 grandchildren seven great-grandchildren, one brother and five sisters. She joins her husband Paul and son Manley in their eternal home together. A private family gathering will take place following cremation at Fehrman Crematory. An opportunity to express condolences to the family, along with signing the memorial guest register, is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Brought to you by: Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS THE TOOTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH Tooth Whitening: Part 2 Last week I gave a quick overview of tooth whitening. It has also been called tooth "bleaching." Let's be very clear: we are not talking about actual bleach! I had a patient admit that she used household bleach to try to lighten her teeth. Never do this! Bleach should never be put in the mouth. It is extremely toxic and could cause serious health problems. Most products available contain carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide of varying concentrations. Over the counter whitening systems will work to some degree, but the whitening agents are of a lower concentration. Also, the trays are not custom fit, so the gel is not always held in constant contact with the teeth. In comparison, the custom trays your dentist will provide are much better fitting and will give you more reliable results. The dentist can also give more potent concentrations. The peroxide gels are safe and nontoxic, but should not be used by pregnant or lactating women. The only side effects areoccasional tooth or gum sensitivity, which is only temporary. The results are not permanent, but typically last 1-3 years before a "touch up" is needed. Dentists can also lighten teeth in the office using a different technique, but most patients prefer the take-home whitening trays. Family Dentistry and Orthodontics 20314 E. Main St., Quincy, Ca 95971 (530) 283-2811