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21] Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS / LAW and ORDER OBITUARIES be held at Our Savior Luther- an Church in Quincy. A date Horace Hoffman and time will be announced at Fitzpatrick a later date'. An opportunity to At the age of 106, Plumas express your condolences to County lost one of its eldest the family and sign the memo- residents. On Wednesday rial guest register is available morning, Sept. 12,2012, Horace online at fehrmanmortu- Hoffman Fitzpatrick peaceful- ary.com. ly passed from this life in his sleep at his residence in East Frank Arthur Jenkins Quincy. Longtime resident and for- Born in Cuc'amonga Dec. 12, mer businessman Frank 190,5, to the late John and Arthur Jehkins passed from Willie (Hoffman) Fitzpatrick, this life peacefully the evening at a young age Horace and his of Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, at family moved to Vallejo, Seneca Health Care District's where he was raised and edu- Hospital with his loving family cated graduating from Vallejo at his side. High School as a member of Born May 27, 1929, in the Class of 1925. Following his Dubuque, Iowa, to the late graduation Horace began what Frank and Anna (Weiland) became a 35-year career with Jenkins, Frank was raised and the U.S. Postal Service, retir- educated in Dubuque where he ing in the mid-1960s as a sub- graduated from Dubuque High station supervisor. School as a member of the After meeting Lucille Sears Class of 1947. Following his on a blind date at a local dance high school graduation, Frank in Vallejo, the couple was unit- joined the military and 8erred ed in matrimony in Carson his country honorabIy as a City, Nev., in June 1934. member of the U.S. Army sta- Horace moved from Vallejo tioned in Fairbanks, Alaska. to Quincy in 2002 to be closer Following his discharge, to family. While residing in Frank returned to Dubuque Vallejo he was a member of St. before relocating to the San Paul's Lutheran Church and Francisco Bay Area. It is while after moving to Quincy attend- living there that he was intro- ed Our Savior Lutheran duced to a pretty young lady Church. He was a member of named Josephine Piazza by the National Association of Re- her brother, an encounter that "tired Federal Employees. led to the couple's marriage in Horace was an avid bowler Los Altos, Feb. 27, 1955. To this and while living in Vallejo was union a son and three daugh- recognized nationally as being ters were born. a member of the oldest com- The family moved to the bined-age bowling team in the northeastern California lum- United States. Always up for ber community of Chester in the challenge, he took a ride in 1961 where Frank and his wife an ultra light aircraft at the purchased Frank's Chevron on age ofl00. He also enjoyed the the southern outskirts of sport of target shooting and as Chester. The couple continued a young teen earned the title of to operate the station until sharpshooter. He also liked to 1979, at which time Frank enjoy the outdoors fishing, went to work for the Collins In passing Horace leaves his family in their heavy equip- son Ron Fitzpatrick and his ment repair shop. Frank re- wife Sandy, of Quincy; daugh- tired from the Collins Compa- ter, Sharon Hendrix and her nyin 1992. husband Byron of Kailua, Frank served as treasurer Hawaii; six grandchildren and on the Board of Directors for nine great-grandchildren, the Chester Cemetery District Along with his wife Lucille, for severM years. Other than he joins a brother, Harold, and his family, Frank's passion in sister, Emma, in their eternal life was his work while also home. enjoying the outdoors through A Celebration of Horace's snowmobiling, riding quads life is being planned and will and hunting. ~tration *Family Law " 57 4300 125SouthLassenSt. -- Susanville In passing Frank leaves his loving wife of 57 years, Josephine of Chester; son, Frank Jenkins and wife Maria of San Jose; daughters, Sharon Jenkins, of San Jose, and Jen- nifer Burkey and her husband Jerry of Reno, Nev.; along with seven precious grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He joins his daughter, Lynn Gardner, and sisters, Geral- dine Anderson and Doris Giese, in their eternal home. Following cremation at Fehrman Crematory private family services will take place. Inurnment will take place in the Chester District Cemetery. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. DEATH NOTICES SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests Chester One person was arrested on a charge of violating probation. Bradley William Wilson Dradlcy VVilliam Wil~on, age 50, died Aug. 29, 2012, un- expectedly.in Matin County. Bradley was born in Greenville, Nov. 19, 1961. He was predeceased by his father George L. Wilson and is survived by his motherOne person was arrested on a Barbara Wilson and siblings charge of burglary. Danial, Kathleen, Jeffery, Liana and Craig. One person was arrested on a charge of violating probation. CARDS of THANKS Two people were arrested on a charge of public intoxica- Recently, I had a medical tion. emergency. I would like to thank, with all my heart, the One person was arrested on a following people who came to charge of DUI. my aid. One person was arrested on Larry Sternberg, who re- sponded to my 911 call; Cliff charges of DUI and child en- and Eddie from PDH, who dangerment. transported me to the ER; Dr. Satterfield and the ER crew One person was arrested on a in the emergency room; charge of being in possession Marylou and Cliff for taking of stolen property. me to St. Mary's in Reno by ambulance. Fire It is comforting to know Thursday, Sept. 6 that we have these dedicated Vegetation: In Placer County, Chico CHP transferred a 911 and caring people that we can count on, if needed, call for a vegetation fire in It makes living in this the Lincoln area. The infor- beautiful community more rn~ti6n'was'trangferfed to'fhe meaningful. Placer CO{ldty sh6riff. ,, Monday, Sept, 10 Smoke: Near Bucks Lake, a caller reported seeing smoke and thought there might be a forest fire. The call was trans- ferred to the USFS. The USFS confirmed there was a fire and said crews were on the Portola One person was arrested on a charge of assault. Quincy victim was transported to PDH. Unknown malady: In Chester, a caller requested an ambulance for a sick male. SIFC was paged and respond- ed. scene. Monday, Sept. 10 One person was arrested on Pain: Near Quincy, a caller charges of spouse abuse, re- Medical reported a 16-year-old female sisting arrest and violating Thursday, Sept. 6 was in pain. The call was probation. Cardiac: In Chilcoot, a caller transferred to PDH. Quincy requested an ambulance forfire and PDH were paged and Greenville her 95-year-old friend whoresponded. One person was arrested on a was having chest pain. The charge of violating parole, call was transferred to EPDH. Airway: In Keddie, a caller Sierra Valley fire was paged reported having shortness of One person was arrested on a and responded, breath. The call was trans- charge of driving with a sus- ferred to PDH. pended license. Seizure: In Portola, a caller J requested an ambulance forUnknown malady: In Quincy, Keddie her boyfriend who was hav-a caller requested an ambu- One person was arrested on a ing a seizure. The call was lance for a sick elderly male. charge of public intoxication, transferred to EPHC. Portola The call was transferred to fire was paged. PDH. PDH and Quincy fire Mohawk were paged. One person was arrested on a Unknown malady: In charge oi puo!lc lntoxmauon. Greenville, a caller reported Fracture: In Crescent Mills, a her husband had been ill for caller reported a person suf- a while and was getting fered a broken collarbone in worse. The call was trans-a motorcycle accident. The ferred to SLEMS. Greenville information was transferred fire was paged, to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. Unknown malady: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a male subject who was experiencing an altered level of consciousness. The call was transferred to PDH. PDH and Quincy fire were paged and responded. Friday, Sept. 7 Fall: At Lake Almanor, med- ical aid was requested at the Peninsula fire station for a firefighter who had fallen. Chester fire and an ambu- lance responded. The fire- fighter was transferred to Seneca. Saturday, Sept. 8 Seizure: In Portola, a caller reported a female who was suffering a possible seizure. The call was transferred to EPDH. Portola fire was paged Stroke: In Chester, a caller reported her husband suf- fered a stroke. The call was transferred to SIFC. Tuesday, Sept. 11 Seizure: At Canyon Dam, a caller reported a person who had a seizure. The person was transferred to Seneca. Crash: In Crescent Mills, a caller reported a single-vehi- cle rollover accident with in- juries. A person was stuck in the vehicle but was alert and talking. The information was transferred to SLEMS. Cres- cent Mills/Indian Valley fire was paged. The person was extricated from the vehicle and transferred to the hospi- tal. Thanks again to all. Saturday, Sept. 8 MarilynAllen Tree: In Lassen National Cromberg Park, a caller reported a tree was on fire near Summit Lake. The call was trans- ferred to SIFC. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid Obit- uaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@ plumasnews.com, subject obit. Vegetation: Near Sloat, a caller reported a possible veg- etation fire along the railroad tracks. The call was trans- ferred to the USFS. Long Val- ley fire was paged and re- sponded. The USFS handled the call. Monuments . Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET p.o. BOX 1766 "PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX {530) 832-6828 '~&VW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET hileoot established 1929 and responded. Unknown malady: In Greenville, the CHP reported transferring a call to SLEMS for medical aid. The caller re- ported an unresponsive male who was breathing. SLEMS and Crescent Mills fire were paged and responded. Sunday, Sept. 9 Overdose: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a female who had overdosed. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. A deputy reported the overdose was unintentional. The BIRTHS Kallan Dru Stites Andrew Stites and Terina Kenyon of Quincy welcomed Kallan Dru Stites at Plumas Dis- trict Hospital in Quincy Aug. 10, 2012, at 4:40 p.m., weighing 7 pounds 13 ounces. Kallan was 20-1/2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Kimberly and Robert Snaveley Skeet Stites, of Quincy, and Georgia Lee, of Oakdale The baby is also welcomed by brother Kamryn, 5-1/2. Mason James Brenzovich Mason James Brenzovich was born to parents Thomas and Erika Brenzovich, of Greenville, at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy Aug. 30, 2012, at 2:59 a.m., weighing 8 pounds, one ounce. Gran.dparents include Kaye Sharp and Philip Sharp (mater- nal) and Thomas and Ida and Loren and Jan Stites, all of Quincy. A Maternal grandparents are Theresa Huffmon and Marvin Snook, of Kingman, Ariz. Great-grandparents include This brother-and-sister duo Amos and Andy are are about 7 weeks old and 5-week-old males. purr the mon~ent you pick They are fun, curious them up. These two have and would like that comfy lots of love to give. corner on your couch Shelter hours are Mondays & Wednesdays 8am-5pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays lpm-5pm and closed Fridays & Sundays. Plumas Animal Services charges a 810 fee and license tees are 85 AQO- per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to have the B* animal altered In completion of the adoption requirement. For more informalion, call 283-3673 Brenzovich (paternal). Please join us in celebrating Ray's 30 years of teaching at FRC and his 42 years of living in Quincy. ID @w~O or visit countyofplumas.com or pettinders.com. IP ,~tSponsored by. LI INCY DRUG STORE 283-0480 Your local downtown full service pharmacy t There will be a celebration of Life for Ray on Saturday, Sept. 22nd, 11:00 a.m., LDS Church in Quincy, corner of Bucks Lake Road and Bellamy Lane (across from Plumas District Hospital). Bring your memories and stories to share! A light luncheon will follow. If you are able to do so, please bring either a salad or dessert. The remainder of the meal will be provided. RSVP on both the service and the food, please contact Susan Christensen at 530-283-2424. To Ribs: In Vinton, a caller re- quested an ambulance for a female who had possible bro- ken ribs. She said she was the victim of an assault. The in- formation was transferred to EPDH. Stung: In Taylorsville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a female who was stung by a bee. The call was transferred to SLEMS, Indian Valley fire was paged. PDH was also paged. Cardiac: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a man with heart See Law, page 3B Law and Order policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office ac- tivity log, the county correctional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some instances the charges may change after the dis- patch report. We do not report suspects' names in arrests for public intoxication or drunken driving un- less accompanied ,by another seri- ous charge, such as probation violation, a vehicle accident or an- other felony. The fact that some- one has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may nev- er appear in court if the district at- torney determines there is insuffi- cient evidence to prosecute. including veterinary compounding Help us celebrate a life well lived. t