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pr~ress~, Record, Reporter ~rd, L~ Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 1B r. died Sunday, Oct. 7, 2001, at He was born March 18, children and one great-great- Laurie was a member of the Long Term Care Umt of1918, ]n Columbus, W]s. ..... [ grandchild, the Greenville Post of the Nerbed William Ilase Seneca Health Care District lhite E. Richardsrm No services are planned at American Legion and the Herbert William Base, 83, in Chester. See ObtltlN lingo lib v~=, ~v, t ' " " ' " " Clio pt 30, 2001 at h" hlsUme Greenville Semor Nutmt]on v-- _z , ]s " Pr - Portola ogram. He was active with o a spoils born "Oct lao Marion Dale Miller the monthly commodities dis- w rmllkes Barre "Pa Marion Dale Miller, 45, of tribution program, where he ,,at " , a., [O Marysville, died Saturday, ne nd Myrtle Richard-Sept. 29, 2001, in Feather i [had lived in Portola Falls. He was born Dec. 25, 1955, seven years, com- to Everett and Celia Miller in Ptll y- tl thehadSanlivedJOSe area, Quincy. ,i.j li je since Marlon was a computer sci- graduated from high ence teacher for 23 years at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Marysville High School. He of Saratoga, Mark ng u ard, both of Beck- n the W; daughter, Valerie |son, of San Jose; rant Kenneth Gray, of dl Me~, Pa. in Glenn's mem- [be made to the Por- Bank, 120 Nevada or to the Sierra Bank, P.O. Box CA. R_Jed was a member of the Califor- as all electronics e$ an in the U.S. Naval nia Teacher's Association during WW II. and the Scholarship Commit- Is an electronics spe- tee. IBM in San JoseHe was a multi-talented & retiring in 1988. person who could play all ,hest is survived by his string instruments. He loved 58- e, of Portola; sons, gardening, computer science, photography, hiking into re- mote areas and woodwork- ing, and was an avid fisher- man. Marlon could assemble or f'LX almost anything. Marlon was preceded in orial mass was held death by his mother, Cena Holy Family BramlettMiller. nurch in PortolaSurvivors include his fa- :5 irate family inurn'- ther, Everett Miller, of Quin- cy; and sister, Darleen Gos- sell, of Carmichael. A graveside service was held Thursday, Oct. 4, at the East Lawn Cemetery in Quin- cy. , 89 R .aforte cent John Roccaforte, 86, died 4.087lL . Uise Hoad, 83, died Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2001, at his Oct. 4, 2001, at homein Chester. I es Hospital in Tur- He was born Sept. 26, 1914, untry bo in Los Angeles. rn Dec 19, 1917, John moved to Chester nd d. " from Torrance in 1958. rou e of O John worked as an electri- a le lt akland, Edna cal engineer for over 50 e husband moved Valley in 1964. years, retiring from the lnad a passion for Collins Pine Co. in Chester. had been a dedicat- He was a former member of ill Yee of the U.S. For- the Lumber and Production as a bOOkkeeper Workers Union Local 3074. 14 Years. John developed a deep love a devoted wife, for the Feather River Coun- grandmother, try during the Depression sewing and era, while working in various family, car- (;CCCC camps in the area. He ' ilW*as_ Preceded in njoyed building model air- ninnY her husband ltlanes and won numerous AJm Had, Sr., in 19851 iwards for his detailed work- rothers, manship. ors include her son John was preceded in Seed_r_:-; daughter, Luise death by his daughter, San- ' TUrlock; six dra, in 1991. ,, _ grand- r Sp~ ancl 10 great-grand. Survivors include his sons, John H. Roccaforte, of of Edna's life Springfield, Ore., and Paul J. Meadow Val- Roccaforte, of Eugene, Ore.; Sun- sister, Josephine Crapa, of Southern California; five my do- grandchildren and 10 great- memory be grandchildren. He was anx- the Meadow iously awaiting the birth of Unteer Fire De- his first great-great-grand- the American child later this month. c/o Fehrman Following cremation at and Crematory, Fehrman Crematory in Quin- 53, Quincy, CA cy, at John's request, no ser- vices will be ~held. Private in- urnment will take place at a later date. enjoyed helping those in need. Laurie was preceded in death by his wife, Edrie, in 1999. He is survived by his sons, Chesley, Willie, Bud, Ross, Less and David Adcock; daughters, Anita, Jeanie, Florine, Cheryl, Cathy and "Cookie"; numerous grand- children and three great- grandchildren. 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A 20-year resident of 1962 and a Plumas County, Laurie had logger for over resided in the Feather River With the U.S. Canyon at the Maple Leaf |WarII. from 1981-91, moved to Canyon Dam for three years, in death and then to Greenville, where 1998. he lived for seven years. include his Laurie worked as a heavy Thomp- truck and diesel mechanic Ore., and for over 50 years, most re- erson, of cently for Silver Fleet Truck. John j. Grigs- five grand- ing" He served for a short time the-/are exploring on the internel" Does that make them s e? Whal kind of inform=ion are children ge g from internee -' ====, = por=w= '95 Ford Extended Cab 4x4 I'00 Chevy Metro LSi Sedan F-250 pickup with a power stroke diesel, I Auto, front wheel drive, air, AM/FM air conditioning, AM~M stereo, dual air bags #6701681 stereo with cassette and much mole. #887989.~(. 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