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2B Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL S TAT I S T I CS LIFE Christine Corin Crawford TRIBUTES. Patrick William Cottini Patrick William Cottini, of Chico, passed away from cancer on Aug. 12, 2018, at his home in Chico with his family by his side. He was born June 11, 1972, in Chico. He attended school at MIQ in Lemoore, Quincy and Pioneer Elementary and Quincy High School. He was an avid cyclist, skier, soccer player and distance runner when he was younger. As a junior athlete he competed in numerous road races and worked his way up to a class B rider. When he turned 15 he was in a serious cycling accident leaving him a quadriplegic. He continued to compete as a Jr. Disabled Athlete and in his senior year was named the MVP Jr. Athlete of the year in the USA. He was recruited by the University of Illinois for their track and quad rugby programs. He earned his bachelor's degree and two master's degrees (Rehab Administration and Rehab Counseling). Additionally he earned a master's at CSU Chico in kinesiology. He was an exceptional athlete competing in 38 marathons, Competed in World Games in Wilkes-Berry, England, Berlin, Germany and Sidney, Australia, winning numerous metals. He also competed in the Paralympics in Atlanta, Georgia, winning two bronze metals in the 5000 meters and the marathon. He loved to hand cycle and competed in this year's Wild Flower in Chico doing 65 miles. He had a passion for classic autos, which was a result of him and his father restoring a 1956, Chevy 210 Del Rey. Patrick also modified a Can-Am Spyder so he could ride to rallies with his father. He was an inspiration for all who became his friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Constance. He is survived by his father, William J. Cottini, and his sister, Christina M. Persinger, of Vacaville; his aunt, Patsy and uncle, Stan Amacher, of Cameron Park; his aunt, Diana and uncle, Charles Callsen, of Stayton, Oregon; his aunt, Jenney Gilligan, of Cameron Park; his niece Julia Marie Persinger, of Vacaville; close friends, Gary and Betty Ozunas, of Ridge Crest, Rod and Sue Jones, of Minden, Nevada, Jack and Katie Azvedo, of Durham, Diane Fossum, of Chico, Mike and Sue Nesbit, of Quincy, Jerry and Elsa Thomas; of Quincy, and Clay and Janet Johnson, of Quincy. A memorial service will be held at the Catholic Church "m Quincy on Sat Sept. 22, at 1 p.m. with a reception following at the Parish Hail. A special thanks for all who helped care for Patrick at the erld ofhisJourney: L0ri,'A lgely ,'SIl rrie, Llly;R0by, Mark i and the Hospme Staff. If you wish to make a donation in Patrick's memory, please send it to: Chester Elks Lodge, c/o Wheel Around Lake Almanor, P.O. Box 1329, Chester, CA 96020-1329. Christine Corin Crawford passed peacefully just after midnight on Sept. 8, 2018, at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy after a six-year battle with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. She was born March 24, 1963, in Chardon, Ohio, and graduated from West Geaga High School. In 1981 she came west to attend business classes at Feather River College. While also working as a CNA at Quincy Convalescent Hospital, she met Tom, her husband-to-be. They were married in 1984 in Meadow Valley by Father Christopher Seal, of Christ the King Episcopal Church in Quincy. She then worked at Epilog Express Bookstore, the Plumas County Library and ffmally Plumas Rural Services, There over 15 years, she rose to Program Director then created her own Department of Information Technology. For several years she was also evening librarian at Feather River College, helping to fund the home she and her husband were building. In 2006 she made the bold move to purchase Bookshelf Books in Quincy, restoring the original name of Epilog Books. She sold the storefront business to Barn Owl Books in 2017 as her health d cH ed.'Dt ing tl at ' period she also served on theboard of the Ptumas : County Literacy Corporation, as bookkeeper for Christ the King Episcopal Church and at .I hileoot established t929 110 Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANn'E MARBLE NATURAL STONE PACIFIC STREET P O BOX I-/66 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET / PCIRC as coordinator of the Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children (CASA) program. She is survived by husband, Tom; father, Thomas Cendrowski; sisters, Paula Ouaddaadaa and Alison Wilson; nieces and nephews Amber, Leia, Nicole, Tommy, Trent and Colten; as well as many cherished friends. She rests in everlasting peace. Services followed by a reception will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Christ the King Episcopal Church in Quincy. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Plumas District Hospital Foundation or Christ the King Episcopal Church. Sundae Knight Sundae lost her courageous battle with liver failure on Aug. 29, 2018. She was born May 16, 1960. Sundae attended Chester High School. She went on to graduate from nursing school with an LVN license. Next she acquired a real estate license and moved to Lake Tahoe working for Remax and Coldwell Banker. She now returns to the beloved Lake Tahoe, her ashes scattered on the blue, blue water. She is survived by her mother, Tamara Talent, a resident of Greenville; father, Joe Berumen, of Atascadero; and:sister, Starla Delphian Hawkins, of Nevada City. She was preceded in death by her great-grandmother Helen L. Hollingsworth; grandmother, Delphian Roark; beloved aunt, Helen S. Housen, and her best friend Kimberly M. Her passions were horses, art and music, music, music She loved to ride English and Western. She was also an accomplished artist, leaving many lovely off paintings. Like a little firefly here, there and everywhere, spreading her bright light. Julia Michael Quincy resident Julia Michael passed from this life peacefttlly with family at her side Saturday afternoon, Sept 8, 2018, at Renown Regional Medical Center located in Reno, Nevada. Born in Pueblo, New Mexico, on July 8, 1943, to Ambrosio and Annie ( Wallace) Ortiz, as a young child she moved to Holly, Colorado, where she attended school. On June 20, 1958, she married the man who became her best friend and love of her life Clifford T. Michael and to this holy union a son and daughter were born. The newlyweds relocated to the northeastern California community of Greenville in 1960 and later to Quincy, in 1985. First and foremost, in her life was her family and as the children got oldershe could be found working at Round Table Pizza, Sprouse Ritz, Trilogy Magnetics, Plumas District Hospital and the former Siskiyou/Plumas Lumber Company. A member of the Roman Catholic faith, Julia attended both St. Anthony's Catholic Church and St John's Catholic Church in Quincy. She was active in numerous organizations to include educational and sporting functions for the youth as well as FFA and was always there to lend a hand to any and all. In her passing she leaves her son, Clifton and his wife Stephanie Michael, of Clifton, Colorado; daughter, Cathy Jo Ann Michael and her partner, Leslie Clement, of Quincy; she was the loving grandparent to Myranda Morman (and husband, Austin Mormon), Jade Nelson (and husband, Chad Nelson), Sebastien Benoit, Gabriel Benoit; as well as great-grandmother to Clayton Morman and Skyler Nelson. She is also survived by her sisters, Mary Alice Baca, of Tracy, Josephine Morton, of Greenville and Dora Michael, of Quincy and brother, Jimmy Ortiz, of Guyman, Oklahoma. Julia lost her beloved husband, Clifford in 2012 and joins him in their eternal home. A time of visitation took place at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel-Quincy Friday evening, Sept. 14, followed by recitation of the Holy Rosary A mass of Christian Burial celebrated for the repose of her soul Saturday, Sept. 15, at St. John's the Evangelist Catholic Church in Quincy. An opportunity to express condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at Susan Oehler Susan Oehler, a resident at Lake Almanor Country Club, passed away Sept. 8, 2018, from complications caused by breast cancer. Susan was born in Leicestershire, England, on March 6, 1944. She immigrated with her parents, Don and Joyce Balsille, to Long Beach via Toronto, Canada. She was a graduate with the class of 1962 from Millikan High School, and received her Bachelor of Arts from UC Long Beach. Susan was married in 1967 to John Oehler, also of Long Beach and they had three sons: Andrew, Alexander and Adam. Susan was a home economist and as such, she loved cooking, sewing and quilting. She was an active member of P.E.O as well as the Nine-tee Niners, LACC Women's Club and Peninsula Firemen's Fire Sirens. Everyone who knew her liked her. Carollee Pearson Carollee Pearson was born on June 1, 1950, and sadly passed from this life on Sept. 9, 2018, with her family and friends by her side. She was raised on a small farm in Biggs, by her parents Ben and Helen Couberly. She See Vitals, page 3B CAL-FD 158 - With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of 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 Plumas, Sierra and Lassen counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. CR 300 WWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832'4673 Quincy Natural Foods appreciates the following folks, , whose participation and generous contributions made our , 2018 Quincy Certified Farmers' Market season possible: Bread for the Journey. Feather River Solar Electric Plumas Arts American Valley Baking Madden Plumbing Mountain Mattress Quincy Pharmacy Ada's Place DeMartile Automotive Feather Financial Higher Elevation Patti's Thunder State Farm Insurance Cartwright Farms Cecilia Reynolds Coldwell Banke[ Edward Jones Feather River Land Trust Flanigan Leavitt FulHat Farm Gard Electric Mountain Building Supply Mr. B's Auto Oak Knoll Engineering Plumas Bank Plumas Massage Plumas Painting Quincy Provisions/Carey Candy Quincy Thrift Quintopia Brewing Co. Sierra Institute Stirling Builders Summit Funding The Knook Town & Country Realty .Troy Van Pelt Tyrus Chimney Sweep Wes Mead, Bob & Lou Boschee Our Vendors Musicians Allan Fleming Lee's Produce Green Cedar Farm Lee Family Farm Diva and the Devils R & K Orchards Grandma Jane's Debbie Dogs American Valley Baking Clinch Mountain Angela's Baker Way Bakery Freshway Fish Paradise Grill UnGnomes Main Street Creamery Creative Kernels Lovecraft Woodworks Passive & Co. The Elderberry Apothecary Heaven Sent Chalk Couture Therese & Howie Stone and Straw Blue Feather Organics Indian Valley Lavendar,In A Pinch, Oscar Reynolds Work of Heart Massage Elliptical Sunrise Sasquatch Farms,Penny and Dude Johnny and Greg Plumas County Public Health Environmental Alternatives,Stone Soup Citizen's Climate Lobby Quincy Friends of the Library Feather River Land Trust The Kepple Band The Back 40 Big thanks to our fantastic Market Crew: Tom Kraus, Ryan Kaumans, Alan Morrison, Judy Schaber, Cheryl Reeder, Karen Jaggard, Wayne Cartwri Nance Reed Bianca Harrison, Marcie Wilde, Gerd Ebeling, and ( {:i