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2B Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Frederik Karel Schoordyk Indian Val- ley business- man Frederik Karel Scho- ordyk tragical- ly succumbed to injuries in- curred in an auto accident Monday morn- ing, Aug. 16, 2010, outside of Crescent Mills. He was 86 years old. A native of the Nether- lands, Fred was born in Ams- terdam April 8, 1924, to the late Anthonius and Sietske (Junge) Schoordyk. Fred was raised and educated in Hol- land, where he developed a great love for the game of soc- cer and found great enjoy- ment in coaching youth in the game. Fred has been eternally grateful to the nurses of a lo- cal Netherlands hospital who hid him from the German forces as he worked as a medic. He lost two brothers to the German war effort. In 1951, he immigrated to the United States, settling in the San Francisco East Bay where he resided in the com- munities of Pacifica and Oak- land before moving to the Northeastern California com- munity of Greenville, in the year 1990. In 1971, while in need of a broker in the real estate busi- ness Fred was managing, he hired a talented and pretty Jeannie Ragsdale. That en- counter led to the couple's marriage in San Francisco, sister-in-law, Fenna Scho- April 30, 1976. ordyk of Davis, along with Fred immediately became one precious grandchild. active in his community A celebration of Fred's life serving as a member and as was held Tuesday, Aug. 24, at the treasurer of the Indian the Greenville Southern Bap- Valley Chamber of Com- tistChurch. merce, was a strong support- An opportunity to express er of Rotary International, condolences to the family serving the Greenville Ro- along and sign the memorial tary Club as their longtime guest register is available on- secretary/treasurer. He was line at fehrmanmortu- honored with the prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Fred had requested any re- award for his dedication to membrances in his memory the principals of Rotary. be made to the Building Fund A staunch supporter of the of the Greenville Southern Indian Valley Health Care Baptist Church, c/o Fehrman District, Fred served as a Mortuary and Crematory, member of the hospitals P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA strategic planning committee 95947. was a member of the Friends of Indian Valley Hospital Dis- DEATH NOTICE trict, helped in the Indian Valley Food Pantry and was a Lela Virginia Schwahn former director of the Lela Virginia Schwahn, of Greenville chapter of the Wheatland, died Aug 5, 2010, AARP. He attended the at Rideout Hospital, Greenville Community Unit- Marysville. ed Methodist Church before She was born Sept 13, 1932, becoming a member of the inMcKinney, Texas. Greenville Southern Baptist Survivors include her Church. daughters, Jo Moniz of A longtime trusted and re- Wheatland, Susie Petray of spected real estate broker in Salmon, Idaho, and Teresa the area, Fred took his trade Combs of Pawhuske, Okla.; to heart and took great pride four grandchildren and one in meticulously following up great-grandchild; and broth- on all details, ers Bedford Nelson, of Mesa, In passing, Fred leaves his Ariz., Ross Nelson, of Chico. wife, Jeannie, of Greenville; She was preceded in death daughter, Sietske Elsabe Ce- by grandson, Cody Moniz, celia Schoordyk of Texas; brothers Jack Nelson and son, Gerrit Schoordyk of Ray Nelson, and sisters Phoenix, Ariz.; sisters Si- Wiletta Martin, Nita Hahnes etske Gerritsen, Amsterdam, and Barbara Grundy. Netherlands, Rie Van Dolder A celebration of life was of Enschede, Netherlands; heldAug. 22, in Wheatland. The Franchise Tax Board released the 2010 state tax brackets recently. Brackets are indexed each year by adjusting them to reflect changes in the California Consumer Price Index. Filing requirement thresholds, the standard de- duction and certain credits were adjusted along with income tax brackets based on the inflation rate of 0.9 percent, as measured by the California CPI for all urban consumers from June 2009 to June 2010. Last year, Cal- ifornia had a deflation rate that measured 1.5 percent. A new tax law sets the de- pendent exemption credit for tax years 2009 and 2010 to the indexed personal ex- emption credit of $99. In addition, FTB provides minimum filing require- ment thresholds to ensure that most people who will not owe taxes are not re- quired to file a tax return. FTB adjusts these tables each year to include the added senior exemption and the dependent exemption credits. For example, most single people under 65 years old with no dependents would Standard deduction for single or married filing separate Standard deduction for joint, surviving spouse, or head of household taxpayers Personal exemption credit amount for single, separate, and head of household taxpayers Personal exemption credit amount for joint fliers or surviving spouses Renter's Credit is available for" single fliers with adjusted gross incomes Renter's Credit is available for joint fliers with adjusted gross incomes 2010 Amounts *3,670 *7,340 *99 *198 s34,722 or less s69,443 or less 2009 Amounts *3,637 *7,274 s98 '196 s34,412 or less s68,824 or less not need to file a state re- Household Credit, Depen- turn until they have adjust- dent Parent Credit and ed gross income of $11,803 Qualified Senior Head of or more compared to last Household Credit. year's threshold of $11,698 More information about or more. the 2010 tax rates and ex- Other tax credits affected emptions and other tax mat- by indexing include the ters is available at Joint Custody Head of hileoot ESTABLISHED 1929 MONUMENTS . 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McConnell will have to Visiting Judge James Ca- spend the full 40 years in dle sentenced William Me- prison before his first parole Connell, 54, to 40 years to life opportunity. in prison Thursday, Aug. 19. Hollister said the court re- Incoming District Attor- ceived many letters on the ney David Hollister said the topic ofMcConnell's sentenc- sentence was standard for 4ng but:no one, spoke at sen- ,the crimes McConnell com- tencing ......... mitted, 15 years to life for , McConnell sho{ 2-2.year-old second-degree murder and a Eduardo Campus to death a consecutive sentence of 25 year ago this month in the Mallery & Mailer.), Attorneys at Law PROBATE • TRUST ADMINISTRATION • ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street . Susanville PET ANNOUNCEMENT Frenchman Lake area where both men were residents. After McConnell's initial conviction Hollister said, "This was a very difficult and emotional case for all in- volved." "I am deeply appreciative of the jury's diligence, con- :eern and:; hat 6 work, In speaking With,.fhe victim's family in Los Banos, Calif., all were heartened to hear of the result and reassured jus- tice would be served in Plumas County." Hollister thanked "the wit- nesses involved, especially Plumas County Sheriff's De- partment Sergeant Steve Peay and his investigative division, detectives Jeremy Beatley and Mike Smith, as well as California Highway Patrol Officer Steve Koenig for their professionalism in the field and on the witness stand." MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A CHILD. Plumas CASA is seeking volunteers to become Court Appointed Special Advocates for children in the foster care system. CASA volunteers act as friends, mentors and consistent adults in children's lives and advocate for the children in Court. Please contact Joelle Breaz~er at 283-2227 or if you are interested in this l unique and interesting volunteer opportunity. 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