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2B Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS / LAW AND ORDER OBITUARIES Martin and Dolores A special thanks to Mike moved to Portola in 1955 Taborski for getting things Martin F. Popish with two children. The in motion, he and Johnny Martin F. Popish, of mountains in Plumas Moore for launching the Graeagle, passed away County reminded him of search for us. peacefully in Reno, Nevada, his home in Aspen. He built Bev Emerson, Shirley on Aug. 7, 2014, in the their first home himself,Canalia and Dan English for company of his family. He. digging out the basement their support to my wife, was 88 years old. He was by hand. He taught at Karron; Steve Tolen, Mike born to parents Primosh & Portola High School for 14 Grant, the Plumas County Jennie Popish and raised in years and Feather River Search and Rescue Crew Aspen, Colorado. College in Quincy for along with the Plumas He is preceded in death by another 14, retiring fromCounty Sherifffs office for his parents, brothers teaching in 1986. In addition their professionalism. Bernard, Joseph and to mathematics, he taughtIf we have left anyone out, Edward and his son-in-law cross-country and alpine we appreciateeverything Jeff Litz. He is survived by skiing. He worked for theyou have done. his wife Dolores, sister USDA Forest Service at the Don't let our experience Lillian, brother Louis, his Mohawk Ranger Station in keep you from flying. seven children and their the summers from 1966 John and Karron Fehrman spouses, 14 grandchildren until 1994. Issac Preston and and their spouses and six Services will be held at Stephanie Stelzriede great-grandchildren. Holy Family Catholic Martin attended public Church, Saturday, Aug. 23, school in Aspen, Colorado. at 10 a.m., followed by burial MARRIAGE He volunteered for military at Mohawk Cemetery in LICENSES service in World, War II in Graeagle. Funeral May of 1944. He went to arrangements by Manni August 8 naval basic training in Funeral Home, Portola. Samantha Drue Kingdon and Farragut, Idaho, and Radio In lieu of flowers, Samuel Adam Brown, both School at Yerba Buena donations may bemade to of Battle Mountain, Nevada. Island. He served on the USS Portola High School Alumni Fergus, (APA 82) Radioman Scholarship in memory ofStephanie Kay Stelzriede 3rd Class, and was Martin Popish. To make aand Isaac Anthony Preston, discharged after two years donation please contact both of Chester. in 1946. He attended college Mike and Char Sanchez at Andrea Christine at the Colorado State mike72char@yahoo.com or Schmidig-Sutton and Justin Teacher's College and PO Box 1332, Portola, CA Robert Vivian, both of Reno, graduated with a bachelor's 96122. Nevada. degree in science and mathematics and a master's of THANKS Shevawn Marie VonTobel degree in mathematics. He and Kevan Robert Burton, and Dolores were married A heartfelt thank you toboth of Reno, Nevada. in 1951. He taught at all of those who were part of Leadville High School, our rescue following ourAugust 11 Leadville, Colorado, for aircraft accident on Sunday, Lynn Worell sevy and Cindy three years. July 27, 2014. Elaine Cook, both of Greenville. hileoot Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE - NATURAL STONE established 1929 110 PACIFIC STREET P.O. Box 1766 "PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 V~NW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET. Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications Broadband Business Services via Fiber Do you need... | faster and more efficient data moving? better real-time access to consumers and clients? faster payment processing? greater cloud storage? vs. T1 l Ox the Speed--For the Same or Less Than What You Are Now Paying! www.plumassierratelecom.com 530.832.6000 * CALLTODAY! PST is a subsidiary of Ptumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative. Serving Plumas, Lassen, Sierra and Washoe counties since 1937. Local. Trusted. Serving You. Elecffidty and Telecommunication Services care rum pla in Included in the 2014 forums have been scheduled governor's budget there is a to educate them on the mandate to enroll into process, including what managed care plans seniors managed care is, how is it and people with disabilities different from the current who currently have full Medi-Cal health care system, Medi-Cal benefits and do not rights and protections, and have Medicare. This specific managed care plan transition is Scheduled to information. occur Dec. 1 in 18 counties, The time for the events including Butte, Glenn, will be 1 - 3 p.m., and they Colusa, Plumas and Tehama. will take place on the There will be various following dates and notices sent to these locations: individuals prior to Dec. 1 --Red Bluff: Wednesday, informing them of the Aug. 27, Senior Community managed care options. Center, 1500 S. Jackson. To assist impacted seniors --Oroville: Thursday, and people with disabilities Sept. 18, Southside undergtand how this change Community Center, 2959 will impact them, various Lower Wyandotte Road. Quincy: Wednesday, Oct. 8, Mineral Building at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Registration is encouraged to ensu?e sufficient handouts; call Forest Harlan at 893-8527. These forums are hosted by the Diversability Advocacy Network, funded by a grant from the SCAN Foundation. DAN is a consortium of various nonprofit and government agencies that serve seniors and people with disabilities. It is administered by Independent Living Services of Northern California. CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by Quincy CHP as a tentative summary pending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Deanes Valley Road, Aug. 9 At approximately 6:27 p.m., a major injury collision occurred on Deanes Valley Road approximately 1.2 miles south of Bucks Lake Road. At approximately 6:27 p.m., Justin Brunet, 21, of Quincy was driving his 1998 Kia Sportage northbound on Deanes Valley Road at a stated speed of 25-30 miles per hour. Road conditions at the time were clear, warm and dry. Brunet made an unsafe turning movement tO the right and his Kia exited the east roadway edge, where it traveled up a dirt embankment. The Kia subsequently rolled to its left, collided with the dirt roadway and landed back Rugged With your AAA Insurance ( aote Call us todayl Insurance - Travel Membership Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lic #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762, Cell 386-3515 email: robert.phelps@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA on its wheels, The front of the Dodge Both Brunet and one of his collided with a metal/wood passengers reported having loading chute and corral seen deer in the roadway, area. which caused Brunet to After the collision, a swerve, but due the lack of witness stopped at the scene deer in the area during the and assisted Coleman and investigation and the lack of reported the collision to the an independent/ CHP. Coleman received disinterested witness, their minor injuries. claim was unsubstantiated. Brunet and one of his Highway 70, Aug. 14 passengers received minor At approximately 11:28 injuries. The other p.m., Thaddeus Brown, 18, of passenger received major Greenville, was driving his injuries, friend's 1992 Ford F-250 westbound on Highway 70, Highway 49, Aug. 10 just west of the Spanish At approximately 4:12 Creek Bridge. p.m., Geanee Coleman, 24, of For an unknown reason, Oakland, was traveling Brown allowed the vehicle to southbound on Highway 49 veer offto its right, off of the in a 2001 Dodge Caravan at roadway and into a rock wall an estimated speed of 60-65 embankment to the north of mph during a rain/hail the highway. storm. Brown received superficial Coleman was approaching injuries and was unconscious the Tong Ranch when she for a time, according to the encountered a haft-covered CHP report. His passenger roadway. Coleman appeared dazed, confused and attempted to glow butlOst was unconscious for a time. control of the Dodge as she Neither occupant was entered the areaof wearing a seatbelt. accumulated hail. Thaddeus was later The Dodge veered offthe arrested for suspicion of roadway and continued onto driving while under the a dirt/gravel area on the influence of drugs or west side of the highway, alcohol. You are done with the physical, mental emotional abuse that has been going on in your home for years, but don't know where to turn for help. Call the confidential: Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: at 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource center Feather River Youth Triathlon Camp September 5th-7th Friday afternoon, Saturday & Sunday $20 fee which is refunded when Camp is completed Camp to be held at Portola Pool, Graeagle Mill Pond and surrounding areas. Learn about the sport of triathlon and develop your swimming, running and biking skills to compete in a youth triathlon event To register or for more information contact Alice at 836-1201, Jennifer at the Portola Pool or www.communitymultisport.eom CAL-FD 158 - With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part 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 P!umas, Sierra and Lassen Counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. CR 300 WWW.MANNIFuNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 i ! P