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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2001 7| 66 high school in Otis took and teacher's ex- Ight grammar time. P to Quincy in lainview, Ark. in the cafeteria Elementary was a devout of the Quin- She was a ember of the pas- committee and school for g, in death of 57 years, in 1983, and by t her chil- Cosset-t, of Quin- of Sonora; Gossett, of Quin- lren, eight at great-grandchildren and twoher of years. After she moved great-great-grandchildren, to Chester, she worked as a Following cremation, a cel- cook at the Timber House ebration of Otis's life was Restaurant for seven years. held at the Fehrman Mortu- A former student of Sacra- ary Chapel in Quincy on mento State College, Pat en- Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2001. Inurn- joyed playing cards and the ment took place in the Quin- challenge of the cribbage cy East Lawn Cemetery. board. The family requests any do- Pat is survived by her hus- nations in Otis's memory be band of 29 years, Bill, of made to either the Plumas Chester; son, Mike McKee, 6f County Museum or Living Tahoe City; daughter, Lisa Alternatives, c/o Fehrman McKee-Peters, of Sacramen- Mortuary and Crematory, to; stepdaughters, Christy P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA Strock, of Chico, and Shelley 95971. Newberry, of Saratoga; broth- er, Robert White, of Sacra- Patdcia Ann Aebersold mento; and four grandchil- Patricia Ann Aebersold, 69, dren. died Friday, Aug. 10, 2001, at Following cremation at the long-term care unit of Fehrman Crematory in Quin- Seneca District Hospital in cy, at Pat's request, no ser- Chester. vices will be held. She was bern Nov. 12, 1932, The family requests any do- in Los Angeles. nations in Pat's memory be A 29-year resident of the made either to the long-term Chester/Lake Almanor area, care unit of Seneca Health she moved here from Sacra- Care District or to the Ameri- mento, can Cancer Society, c/o Pat worked as a sales clerk Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- at I. Magnin storesforanum- matory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. class offered local Concerned about rs energy emer- Our pocketbook, River Col- class this fall Energy Funda- Tech- Will meet Thurs- beginning course covers to know to re- on an existing , or how to better a new one. The construction issues, con- techniques and and and the use Veteran instruc- the course is construction Program, cover- Martin has in Plumas an energy conser- since the valUes mbst he said, "To ,me, thermally home, on-the- to Martin, that and heating sacrificing. most of what's energy conserva- and uses his finance (a teaches at FRC) or PUrchase. n't pencil out, home uses mate- design to hold down to Without air condi- outside tern- Good insula- backed by a great attic roofing, coverings mass have per- more impres- dis- wanted to e he went with Construction. paw- and it's usual- Although there devices with in, that home and form the consumption by on less well is three small in- in his travel his home, and hood of his AC current Last win- decorated lights for the Parade and in the a genera- Look one" in this residential audi- west- became a and air for energy consumers Cassia Ughtfeather save thousands of dollars Giustra over the lifetime of a Cassia Lightfeather Gius- dwelling," he says. tra was bern at 2:20 a.m., July FRC's Construction Tech- 20, 2001, at Plumas District nology 116 will meet at the Hospital in Quincy, to Math- main campus in Quincy this ew and Dianna Lightfeather fall on Thursdays, 3-6 p.m. Giustra, of Crescent Mills. For those wanting to discon- The newborn weighed 7 nect from the electricity grid, pounds, i0 ounces. the course Will also cover Maternal grandparents are home wiring adaptations and Marjorie Turner and Patrick the use of PV (photo voltaic) Cox. Paternal grandparents panels, batteries, and invert- are Sharon and John Giustra. ers. Great-grandparents are Dian- Call Bill Martin for more na Barto, Arthur Evens, John details at 283-0202, ext. 315. and Dorothy Hunter, Carmel- la Pasquale Giustra, and Vern Brooke, and our knowl- Bernard Bartholemew. edgeable fishing guide, Ted .Cassia joins Terran Bill- Zmak. Without wonderful harz, 8, Alden BillharzrT, and people like you, many of our Mathias Giustra, 2, at home. activities would not become reality. Darren William Scarberry Darren William Scarberry was born at 9:27 p.m. on July 27, 2001, at San Antonio Com- munity Hospital in Upland to Tony and Jodi Scarberry, of Rancho Cucamonga. The newborn weighed 9 pounds, 11 ounces and was 21 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Lee and Judy Anderson, of Quincy. Paternal grandpar- ents are Bill and Judy Scar- berry, of Sparks, Nev. Darren joins Jordyn, four years old, and Kayla, two, at home. Carson Reed Hicks Carson Reed Hicks was born at 12:17 a.m., July 27, 2001, at Tahoe Forest Hospi- tal in Truckee, to Laura J. and Bill Hicks, of Portola. The newborn weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Bruce and Andrea Richard- son, of Buffalo, Minn. Great- grandparents are Ed and Barb Duszynski, of Eau Clair, Wis. Carson joins sister Andrea, 13, and Cooper, two, at home. I i; : i i On behalf of the resi- dents and staff of the Eastern Plumas Health Care Skilled Nursing Unit, we would like to thank those who made it possible for our Father's Day fishing trip! We would like to thank our gracious captain, Debbie and Tom Marino would like to express our thanks to all who sent their good thoughts and prayers during Debbie's recent ill- ness. She is doing much bet- ter and, with your ~continued support, will keep improving. I would like to thank all of the law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel who re- sponded to the tragic acci- dent on July 31, 2001, on Highway 70. The response and dedication of everyone involved was overwhelming and very much appreciated. To EPHC staff, PCSO. CHP, Careflight, EPHC ambulance, Sierraville Ambulance/Fire, Beckwourth Fire, Sierraville Ambulance/Fire, Vince Ward, Dr. Macintyre, Steve Tolen/CISD, Chilcoot Fire, and the EPHC surgical team. Thank you everyone: Patty Schulz, MICP EPHC ambulance coordi- nator Thank You Seneca. I would like to thank a group of the most dedicated people I have ever known--the care- givers and all of the other em- ployees in all departments at Seneca District Hospital. As an everyday visitor to the long-term facility for the past six months, I have learned how the caregivers throughout the hospital help each other, from the ambu- lance/ emergency room team to the dedicated staff in the main hospital to the long-term unit. I have been in many hospi- tals in a lifetime, some seven- ty years, and have never seen as much compassion and lov- ing care as provided in the long-term facility here. I have seen four doctors from the clinic helping to make it seem like a family. I have eaten many meals here, delicious meals. Many thanks to the workers in the kitchen. Many thanks to all of the Sierra Hospice volun- teers as well. Albert (Curly) Gllnes Margaret and Floyd Neer would like to thank the many good friends and family mem- bers who celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary with them at the ranch June 30, 2001. Your cards, gifts and especially your presence was greatly appreciated. Thank you. 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