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iin weonesoay, uct. 3, 2u01 /S Bulletin, Progressive, Record)l~Uetin, Albert "Bino" Folchl Albert "Bino" Folchi, 88, of Quincy, died Sept. 24, 2001, at Plumas District Hospital. He was bern July 6, 1913, in Beckwourth, to Glacamo and Mary Lucy Sartori Folchi. Bino lived in Beckwourth all his school and working years. He attended the Hot Springs School in Sierra Val- ley and ranched on the Folchi Brothers Ranch. He has lived in Quincy for the past 23 years in the Sun- bridge Care Center. Bino was a member of the Catholic Church and a char- ter member of the Vinton Grange. He enjoyed hunting, play- ing the accordion, dancing and singing. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Raymond, Benjamin and Marion Folchi; and sister, Dena AviUa. Survivors include his brother, Emilio, of Portola; and sister, Rose Romano, of Redwood City. A private family service was held Sept. 28, with burial in the Vinton Cemetery. Clwi oph Daniol James Christopher Daniel Janes, 29, of Orland, died Wednes- day, Sept. 19, 2001, from in- nal Ida juries sustained in an auto- McBrayer, of Corning. mobile accident in Glenn A celebration of Christo- County. pher's life will be held at 11 He was born Sept. 3, 1972, a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at the in Chico. He was raised and Woodson Bridge picnic area. educated in Chico and Or- Memorial donations may land. be made to the Christopher Chris worked as a truck Janes Memorial Fund, c/o driver and for security com- Newton-Bracewell Chico Fu- panies. He enjoyed the out- neralHome. doors, hunting and fishing. He was a member of the Joan WaRs Glenn County Search and Joan Waits, 69, of Sacra- Rescue Team. mento, died Sept. 26, 2001. Chris is Survived by his She was born Nov. 7, 1931, wife, Tara, of Orland; sons, in Westwood, to Mack and Christopher Roy Riemens- Doris Scruggs. Janes, of Corning, Christo- She graduated from pher Daniel Janes, Jr., of Or- Greenville High School and land; daughters, Kayla May attended San Jose State. and Dawna Lynn Janes, both In 1952, she married Burl of Orland; father and step- Waits. She helped put him mother, Dan and Gaby Janes, through law school in the of Corning; mother and step- '60s, and the McGeorge Law father, Arlita and Alan School Student BodyAssocia- Wyman, of Greenville; step- tion awarded her the P.H.T. mother, Rene Irick, of Or- degree (Putting Hubby land; brothers, Jason Through) when Burl graduat- Wyman, of Orland, and Timo- ed in 1966. When he opened thy Janes, of Coming; sister, his own practice, Joan Kimberlee Janes, of Willows; worked in the office for 35 paternal grandmother, Mary years. Hall, of Paradise; paternal Joan was a longtime mem- stepgrandfather, John Hall, ber and past president of the of Coming; paternal grandfa- South Sacramento Sorop- ther and stepgrandmother, tomist Club. Wes and Shirley Janes, of She enjoyed traveling, es- Oregon; maternal grandpar- pecially in Europe. ents, Ben and Josephine Ve- Survivors include her hus- ich, of Red Bluff; and pater- band of 49 years, Burl, of & SUPPUES A Noah & TerrJe Miller, ~""'~""~ .... ~ iil ~:::' ~"~"~.: "~ .......... Owners | 00~ even 1,000~ on new caskets, free delivery to Funeral home Serving Lassen & Plumas Counties Sacramento; sons, Timothy and James, Sacramento; and daughters, Linda Hibbard and Karen Gangl, of the Sacramento area; mother, Doris Scruggs, of Greenville; 11 grandchildren and 3 great- grandchildren. A celebration of Joan's life was held Saturday, Sept. 29, in Sacramento, with burial following in the Greenville District Cemetery. The family requests any do- nations be made in Joan's name to the South Sacramen- to Soroptomist Club, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Cre- matory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Edna E. Lowroy Edna E. Lowrey, 86, died Sept. 21, 2001, at Chico Creek Care in Chico. She was preceded in death by her husband, R.N. "Bob" Lowrey; daughters, Shirley and Peggy,; a granddaughter and a grandson. Edna is survived by her son, Bob Lowrey, of Quincy; two grandsons and one great- granddaughter. By her request, no services will be held. Any memorial in Edna's name can be made to the Plumas County Museum or the donor's favorite charity. Inez Plumb Inez Plumb, 93, died Tues- | ...... day, Sept. 25, 2001, at Twin Oaks Convalescent Hospital in Chico. She was born July 2, 1908, in Manchester, Iowa. Inez moved to Westwood in 1977 from Duarte and had lived there until ill health forced her move to Chico in 1998. She had worked in the di- etary department of Santa Terraceta Hospital in South- ern California for 20 years. Inez enjoyed working with crafts. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Dorothy Sunyoah, in 1998 U Lvo c~ Donald Humke, of Dubuque, Iowa; three grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaugh- ter. A celebration of Inez's life was held at the Clear Creek Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Clear Creek on Sept. 28. Inter- ment followed in the Chester District Cemetery. Edward Michael Weft Edward Michael Wert, 85, died Friday, Sept. 28, 2001, at his residence in Keddie. He was born Jan. 6, 1916, in Lawton, W.V. Ed moved to Plumas Coun- ty in 1959 from Gridley. He had worked as a meat cutter for over 60 years, working last for the former Mosley- Grankley Market in Quincy. He served with the U.S. Navy during WW II as an avi- ation machinist mate, repair- ing F4U Corsairs aboard the USS Bunker Hill. Ed was a former member of the First Baptist Church of Gridley and a longtime mem- ber of the Sacramento Local 101 of the Butcher's Union. A devoted and hardwork- ing family man, Ed was also an avid gardener. Survivors include his wife of 52 years, V. Margaret Wert, of Keddie; sons, Gary, of Vista, and Terry, of Ked- die; brother, Frank Weft, of Gridley; and four grandchil- dren. Following cremation at the Fehrman Mortuary in Ruin- cy, private family services were held. Inurnment will take place in the Quincy East Lawn Cemetery. The family requests any do- nations in Ed's memory be made to Plumas Community HosPice, c/o Fehrman Mortu- ary, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. JC~dhryn Butts Kathryn Butts, 95, of Quin- cy, died Sept. 28, 2001, at Sun- bridge Care and Rehab. in Union Town, Richard and Savage. Zathryn had lived wood from 1960 to she moved to Portol lived there until she to Quincy in 1997. Kathryn was and enjoyed sewing, gardening and playing She was a past the Westwood zens group. Kathryn was death by her Chester, in 1981; four ers and four sisters. She is survived daughter, Joyce Portola; four and 18i On Friday, Oct. 5, a tion will be held at 3 lowed by the funeral at 3:30 p.m. at the Jesus Christ of Saints in Portola. follow in Shady tery in Portola. N ipU Abigail Victoria was born at 9:42 a.m. 2001, at Plumas pital to Jason and Mouser, of Quincy. The newborn wez pounds, 8 ounces, inches long. Maternal Craig and Sandra of Quincy; and russ, of Washington. grandparents are Mouser, formerly of and Rick and Marchus, of Grass Great-grandparent Wayne and Kathy Quincy; Mary Santa Cruz; Jay Paradise; and Clyde Mann. Dustin James Dustin James born to Linda O 2 [1t EHEtT #,~J3025 1993 DODrt "15,135 v~ $5.000 Oov~. Cas~ or Tn~e. CAB 4X4 ! * Financin ect to credit a IN11iBIID 15k AI, - Wll ! ILIW iil R ca RYSLER II V,,. SALES: MON-$AT: Ib~ * SAT: 9-5 SBt'VICE & PNtTS: MON41U: 7".,30-5".$0 ~~ ~ ~. I~,~, ~.o~ & ~x. I~. s~ ~o/e/o!