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2B Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Lena Jean Barham She was predeceased by her parents, Lona and Stanley Nagler. Lona Jean retired as a Blood Bank Specialist at American River Hospital in 1994 and moved to Mt. Shasta. She loved her exotic birds, egg artistry and Yorkie dogs. A memorial was held August 11 at the Mt. Shasta Elks Lodge. Love you, Lona Jean, rest in peace. Per Lava's request, a pri- vate graveside service will be held at a later date at the Barham family plot in Janesville. Robert Francis Nally Lona Jean Barham passed Robert "Bob" Nally was born away peacefully at home sur- July 31, 1951, in Portola. After rounded by her family July 1, battling a long-term illness, he 2012. passed away Aug. 9, 2012, in Lona was born Feb. 3, 1934, Reno, Nev at the age of 61. and raised in Greenville and Bob was an athlete, a hus- Sacramento. She graduated in band, a father, a coach, an in- 1955 with a BA in Public Med- ventor, a dreamer and a doer icine from U.C. Berkeley: who believed in the power of She is survived by her hus- positive thinking. band Darel Barham; brother Bob is survived by his wife James Nagler; sister Nancy Denise, son Rob, daughter Erling; son Michael Worrell Tammi, grandchildren Albert (Jackie); daughter Linda War- and Rysa, stepdaughter tell; four grandchildren, four Nicole, brother Mike, and stepchildren and great- grand- many family members and children, friends who love him and Obituary Policy Feather Publishing provides death notices free of charge, or offers paid obituaries Paid obituary notices start at $70 for up to 350 words, and may include a photo for an additional $10. For each additional 50 words, there is a $10 charge. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact one of our offices during business hours, or e-mail: typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject: obit. La-;'o 7-A q n n 12s South Lassen St. ~-. ~ # -- --r ~ ; ~ ~.ISusanville miss him every day. Texas; his parents, Kennith Ariz.; his son Ken Country- Maternal grandparents are A gathering for family and and Sheila Abbott, of West- man and wife Terry of Mead- Patty and Joe Wade, of Reno. friends will be held at his wood, and Shelly and Brian ow Valley; two grandsons and Paternal grandparents are son's house in Portola Aug. Smith, of Reno, Nev.; broth- two great-grandchildren. Martha and Mark Vaughn, of 25, at 2 p.m. ers, Jonathan of Susanville, In lieu of services, the Greenville. ,Joshua of Ft. Polk, La family asks that you share Great-grandparents are Leo AllanDikes William, residing in Eng- some special time with Judy and Leon Vaughn, of Leo Dikes died Aug. 15, land, and Michael of Ari- friends and family. Dana- Chico, and Audrey Vanderwe- 2012. zona; sisters, Candi of New tions may be made to the gen, of Sacramento. He was born in Texas Aug. Mexico and Kandra of Shriners Hospitals for Chil- Cooper is also welcomed by 19, 1923, and moved with his Chester; along with numer- dren, Processing Center, sisterAlexus, 12 of Greenville, family to Arizona then finally ous aunts, uncles, nieces, P.O. Box 1510, Ranson, WV and brother Bently Wyatt, 2, settled in Loyalton in the late nephews and cousins. 25438-1510. of Reno. 1940s. A celebration of Tyler's life ' He served in the U.S. Army was held Monday, Aug. 20, at BIRTHS MARRIAGE during World War II in Eu- the Westwood Community LICENSES rope. He worked for many Center. Interment with full Cooper Jude Vaughn years at the mill in Loyalton military honors followed in Cooper Jude Vaughn was Aug. 13 and as a truck driver at the the Westwood Cemetery. born to Ashley and Rory Barbara Gall Olds and military base in Herlong. An opportunity to express Vaughn, of Reno, Nev on Ju- Richard Eugene Krom, both He loved to hunt, fish and condolences to the family and ly 20, 2012, at 11:12 a.m. at of Quincy. garden. He loved to work on sign the memorial guest regis- Renown Regional Hospital in Aug. 14 cars but most of all loved ter is available online at Reno. Cooper weighed 6 Laura Lynn Foster and spending time with his fami- fehrmanmortuary.com, pounds, 12 ounces and was 19- Jonathan Mark Wilson, both ly. He was a charter member 1/2 inches in length, of Quincy. of the Assembly of God Church in Loyalton. He is survived by his broth- rYeatmvn trOY ]3aNt er Leonard Dikes; grandchil- " dren Allan Dikes Jr Warren Dikes, Lora Nichols, Bo Cook and Sharlyn Medcoff and four exposure takes a great-grandchildren. Services will be held WednesdayAug. 22,11a.m. at lot of vigila the Loyalton Assembly of God ~lgce Church with burial following at Whispering Pines Ceme- tery in Portola. Arrange- ments entrusted to Manni Fu~ neral Home of Portola. DEATH NOTICES Sergeant Tyler Lynn Abbott Sergeant Tyler Lynn Abbott died unexpectedly, Friday, Aug. 10, at his residence fol- lowing complications from re- cent surgery. He was born July 31, 1983, in Auburn, to Kennith and Shelly Abbott. Survivors include his wife, Susan; and his children, Isa- iah, Christine, Serena, Jadah and Alyssa, all of Ft. Hood, Monuments Benches : Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE o MARBLE NATURAL STONE established 1929 C~< 110 PACIFIC STREET. P.O. Box 1766. PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONU MENT.N ET --! pm - Lake r 2 7 pm at General Store Spalding BBQ Beef Ribs, Beans, ColesIaw, Breod Drink $15 /Adults $750/Ktds Fly Fishing seminar by John Monticelli 4 pm Raffh PETER M. TALIA Attorney at Law 257'-5199 CRAZY HAT CONTEST Winner takes home a Sierra Stick 7ft Leadcore trolling rod with a PENN level wind. reel! Northeastern Rural Health Clinics 1850 Spring Ridge Dr. Susanville 530-251-5000 Urgent Care Mon-Fri 8:00 am-6:30 pm Hours: Sat 8 am-Noon & 2 pm-4 pm All 'round fishing seminar Gerd Johann Buddenbrock Quincy resident Gerd Jo- hann Buddenhrock, 77, died Monday, Aug. 13, 2012, at his residence. He was born in Essen, Ger- many, Nov. 14, 1934, to the late Hermann and Theresa (Wisholick) Buddenbrock. Gerd is survived by his sons, Christian Buddenbrock of Pueblo, Colo Nicholas Buddenbrock of Reno, Nev and Frank Buddenbrock of Agoura Hills; a daughter, Michelle Yalenty of Valencia; four grandchildren and one brother in Germany. A celebration of Gerd's life took place at the Meadow Val- ley Community Church, Sat- urday, Aug. 18. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest regis- ter is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. John N. Countryman John N. Countryman, long- time resident of Bucks Lake, died in his home in Yuma, Ariz Aug. 18, 2012. He was born Dec. 15, 1922. He is predeceased by his first wife, Joyce Countryman. Perhaps there is some good in the news that contaminat- ed drinking water fouled by known carcinogens, includ- ing trichloroethylene, ben- zene and vinyl chloride, at Camp Lejeune, N.C resulted in the possible exposure of 1 million people on base from 1957 through 1987. The presi- dent recently signed a bill -- Honoring America's Veterans and Caring For Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012 -- that of- fers veterans and their family members medical treatment and services if they were at the base for at least 30 days during that period of time. This bill mandates that the Veterans Administration -- not TRICARE or CHAMPVA that normally covers retirees and family members -- pro- VET TR AX MIKE McLEOD Division Director, Veterans Services have one or more of the fol- lowing: cancer of the esoph- agus, lung, breast, bladder or kidney; leukemia; multi. ple myeloma; myleodyspla- sic syndromes; renal toxici- ty; hepatic steatosis; female infertility; miscarriage; scleroderma; neurobehav- ioral effects; or non- Hodgkin's lymphoma. Although the bill was signed, the writing of regula- tions to cover services could His is survived by his wife vide the treatment for 15 iden- takem0nths. T~e newlaw : Bertie Countryman of Yuma ' tiffed ailments and those that could set a prece~ient for oth- e.r, .contaminated acilities like Westwood Family Serving the medical needs to Westwood, Clear Creek, Hamilton Branch and the surrounding areas of the Almanor Basin. Come visit our providers. Walk Ins Welcome! Meet Our Westwo0d Providers Richard Carlton Eileen Searcy, MD PA-C Naomi Rae, FMP, CNM ~::i:: . Dean Brown John Dozier Paul Davainis PA-C MD MD Business Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 8 am - 5 pm Sliding Scale Medi-Cal Medicare Commercial Insurances Family Pact CMSP We will Sign you up for insurances if you qualify. ,A service of Northeastern Rural Health Clinics Healthcare, Your Choice Our Commitment Atsugi, Japan; Fort McClel- lan, Ala.; and others. This is another example of legislation acknowledging service-connected conditions, and how long it takes to rec- ognize exposure and injuries or health maladies for our service personnel and depen- dents. Exposure in 1957 is more than 50 years old. Some conditions from Vietnam weren't acknowledged for a similar period of time! I encourage anyone who was in service or knows of anyone who served to check the Department of Veterans Affairs website va.gov fre- quently, or their county vet- erans services office. The VA has developed newsletters, re- ports and other materials for veterans, the public and health care providers on the following topics besides the Camp Lejeune water: --Health registry evaluation. --Agent Orange. --Gulf War veterans' ill- nesses. Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom exposures. --Radiation. Project ll2/Project SHAD. --Depleted uranium. Malaria. --Traumatic brain injury. Through registries and con- sistent, frequent monitoring of information, our veterans and their dependents can pos- sibly be helped or tragedies avoided. It takes action on our part to be recognized and help each other. Mediated Civil Dispute Resolution Estate Planning and Probate Business Planning and Real Estate Susanville , A