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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 3B VITAL STATISTICS/LAW aad ORDER OBITS, from page 2B coffee and sweets (his favorites) at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Trinity Methodist Church in Chico. The service of remembrance will follow at 12 p.m. Memorial contributions should be made to your own church, a teacher you know or the Chico High School Foundation in memory of Ken Kaiser. Please share thoughts and memories of Ken online at Mary Elizabeth Nunn Mary Elizabeth Nunn was born Feb. 15, 1931, in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and passed away Aug. 31, 2015, in Truckee at the Tahoe Forest Hospital following a short illness. She lived in Graeagle with her husband Bob at the time of her passing. Beth graduated from Santa Paula High School and Sawyers Business School. She was a homemaker and business partner with her husband Bob, owning Camarillo Plumbing and Paint for 33 years. Beth loved her family friends and community. She was a kind and generous person, who always saw the best in others, ready with a plate of cookies and a good ear for listening. She will be greatly missed. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bill and Laverne Templeton. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, Bob; four children, Kelle Green, Kevin Nunn, Kyle Nunn and Travis Nunn, all of CamariUo, and several grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Billye Blackburn of Springfield, Oregon. A memorial service will be scheduled for a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Manni Funeral Home of Portola. MARRIAGE LICENSES Aug. 24 Melissa Marin and Todd Eric Singer, both of Chester. Kristen Rae Stemmer and Timothy James Blake, both of RenD, Nevada. Aug. 27 Consuelo Rose Cisneros and Brad Cole Belcher, both of Meadow Valley. Aug. 30 Stephanie Michelle Kuhlman and William R. Williamson, both of Portola. Aug. 28 Tina Virginia Morales and Liliana Laika Pualani Ahwah, both of Quincy, Aug. 31 " Chelsie Renae Anderson and Robert Dale Pruett, both of Sparks, Nevada. BIRTH Madison Rose McDoweH Madison Rose McDowell was born to Sabrina Vieira and Eric McDowell, of Quincy, on Aug. 21, 2015, at 8:19 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Madison weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20.5 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Victor and Gayle Vieira, of Quincy. Paternal grandparents are Robert McDowell, of Beckwourth, and Angola Dennison, of Jackson. Great-grandmother is Anne Robblee, of Beckwourth. Madison is also welcomed by siblings Matthew Gilliam, 4, Kameron Gilliam, 2, and Eric McDowell Jr., 2. CHP REPORT Quincy, Aug. 28 A hit and run accident The following incidents are occurred on Pioneer Road, submitted by the QulncYArea west of Fairgrounds Road at approximately 10:30 p.m. A California Highway Patrol as a tenta rive summary pending 2004 Honda CRV was parked theeonclusion of the on the south shoulder of investigation(s). Pioneer Road. The driver of the Honda, Erik Schwartz, of Portola, Aug. 28 Quincy and a passenger were Russel Cohen, 67, of Reno, seated inside the vehicle. A Nevada, was driving a 1995 white van sideswiped the left Sea Breeze motor home rear bumper and quarter westbound on Highway 70. At panel of the Honda. The make approximately 12:15 p.m., he and model of the van remain was just west of West Sierra unknown. Avenue. Cohen stated he took An officer from the CHP his eyes from the road to look Quincy Area office responded at the fire that was burning and conducted a collision in Portola. investigation. This accident The driver allowed his remains under investigation. vehicle to drift to the right Anyone with information onto the north shoulder of regarding this incident is the highway. The right side encouraged to call the CHP of the Sea Breeze hit the Quincy Area office at driver side mirror of a 530-283-1100. parked Caltrans pickup, a Graeagle Johnsville Road, 2005 Dodge Ram 2500. No one Aug. 29 was injured. A minor was driving a 2003 Dodge eastbound, west of Highway 70, Aug. 28 Poplar Valley Road. His About 8:40 p.m., Sue Cahill, stated speed was 55 mph. As 78, of Quincy, was driving he traveling through a right eastbound in a white 1997 hand curve, the driver stated Honda Accord. She was that the steering of the Dodge traveling in the No. 2 lane, malfunctioned. He was approaching Mill Creek unable to control the car. He Road. At the same time, Sara was able to slowdown but the Vanpetten, 60, of Quincy, was vehicle left the north edge of driving silver 2004 Honda the road. It traveled down the Civic. She was also in the No. shoulder, up a dirt and rock 2 lane of Highway 70, behind embankment and the 1997 Accord. overturned. The Dodge came Vanpetten was driving to rest on its left side. faster than Cahill and collided into the back of the Passing motorists assisted two passengers out of the car Accord. An officer from the through the passenger side CHP Quincy Area office rear door. The driver was arrived to conduct an removed from the Dodge by investigation. The officer fire personnel. He was determined that Vanpetten transported to Renown was driving under the Regional Medical Center in' influence of alcohol and RenD, Nevada, by Care Flight caused the accident. She was for precautionary reasons. placed under arrest at the He was later released without scene. Both Cahill and her injury. All occupants were passenger were wearing seat wearing seat belts at the time belts. Both complained of of the accident. No one was pain and were treated for injured. minor injuries at Plumas District Hospital (PDH) in Old Arlington Road, Quincy ........ Aug. 29 Vanpetten, who was also Richard Velasco, 64, of wearing a seat belt, sustained Taylorsville was driving his minor injuries. She received gray 2012 Toyota Tacoma, medical assistance PDH and pulling a horse trailer. The was booked into the Plumas trailer contained his Harley County Jail in Quincy. Davidson motorcycle. He was traveling northbound on Highway 89, south of Arlington Road, at a high rate of speed. An officer with the CHP Quincy Area office observed the Toyota. He attempted to make a traffic stop. Velasco continued recklessly driving onto Arlington Road. He then turned the Toyota onto Old Arlington Road. The driver increased his speed, attempting to evade the officer. At the end of Old Arlington Road, Velasco turned to the right and crashed into a tree. This disabled the Toyota. The driver exited the Toyota and fled on foot through the brush towards Indian Creek. Velasco was later located at his residence in Taylorsville and was arrested. Nugget Lane, Aug. 29 At approximately 11:00 p.m., Alexandra Brater, 22, of Quincy, prepared to back up in her 1992 Ford F-350. She was parked on the east shoulder in front of 236 Nugget Lane. She planned to enter Nugget Lane from her parked position. An unoccupied blue Honda Civic was parked on the east shoulder of Nugget Lane. The Honda was also in front of 236 Nugget Lane. It was facing east and to the rear of the Ford. Brater backed her large F-350 in an unsafe manner at about 2 mph. The rear of her truck collided into the left side of the small Honda. Brater was not aware she backed into the Honda and drove away. Highway 70, Aug. 30 Weather conditions were clear and dry when this accident occurred. At about 9:43 a. m., Tammy Wooldridge 56, of RenD, Nevada, was driving a 2013 Dodge on Highway 70. She was turning left from Highway 70 onto Highway 89 southbound. Benjamin Grant, 38, of Quincy, was traveling in a 1998 Dodge on Highway 70. At the intersection with Highway 89 Wooldridge turned left directly in front of Grant. The two cars nearly collided. Grant swerved right to avoid the accident and entered the dirt shoulder. Once in the dirt, Grant lost control of his vehicle and it flipped onto its left side. All four occupants in Grant's car sustained minor injuries. Woodridge returned to the scene. All parties waited for CHP assistance. According to the CHP report, no arrests were made. Highway 89, Aug. 30 This collision occurred on Highway 89 south of Sierraville, just south of USFS Road 89-065 (Verdi Grade Road). Michael Griffis, 64, of Gilroy, and a passenger were in their 2011 Jeep. They had pulled into a gravel area on the east side of the highway. Their intent was to make a U-turn and return to Sierraville. The driver of a 2000 Subaru, from Truckee, " was traveling southbound on Highway 89. As the Subaru approached the Jeep's lobation, Griffis began to make a U-turn and entered the southbound lane on Highway 89. A collision was unavoidable. The right front of the Subaru and the front of the Jeep collided within the southbound lane. All involved parties were wearing their safety belts at the time of the accident. No injuries were reported. Sierraville, Aug. 30 James West, 50, of Dunsmuir was driving a 1976 Ford F100 pickup northbound. He was under the influehce of an alcoholic beverage. At about 11:49 p.m., West allowed his truck to leave the road. It entered a drainage ditch on the east side of the highway. The front of the truck hit a wood forest service sign and came " West was contacted by a ~i, Sierra County sheriff deputy~: approximately one minute after the collision. CHP also responded to investigate the accident. West sustained minor injuries. He was arrested for DUI. t hair. 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