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Reporter Vitals Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2001 5" Illl page 5B to sign the guest can be made online family requests any in his memory be the American Can- c/o Fehrman Iry and Crematory, 33, Quincy, CA rrup was born at 3, 2001, to Chad Burrup, of Pro- Wborn weighed 8 and was 19- grandparents are Judy Earl, of sternal grandpar- Ix and Nita Bur- Id, Wash. Aaron Matthew Crews trict Hospital, to Anthony Aaron Matthew Crews was Venuti and Kara Schroeder, born at 1:58 a.m. on Oct. 9, of Quincy. 2001, at Plumas District Hos- The newborn weighed 6 pital, to Mark and Theresa pounds, 10 otmces, and was Crews, of Quincy. 21 inches long. The newborn weighed 7 Maternal grandparents are pounds, 7 ounces. Laureen and Ralph Schroed- Maternal grandparents are er, of Quincy. Paternal grand- Terry and Kathy Sharp, of parents are Robert and San Jose. Paternal grandpar- Robyn Venuti, of Quincy. ents are Billy and Bettie Crews, of Spring Garden. Ma- Isabella Bradell Xepoleas ternal great-grandparent is Isabella Bradell Xepoleas Grace Ramos, of Salinas. was born at 4:57 p.m. Oct. 28, 2001, at Plumas District Hos- Noah Daniel Ethler pital in Quincy, to Marty and Noah Daniel Ethier was DoretteXepoleas, ofColusa. born on Oct. 28, 2001, at 2:05 The newborn weighed 7 p.m., to Danielle Turner and pounds, 11 ounces. Paul Ethier, of Pacifica. Maternal grandparents are The newborn weighed 8 Marilyn and Bill Thomas, of pounds, 14 ounces, and was Crescent Mills. Paternal 21-1/4 inches long. grandparents are Debbie Grandparents are Melissa Reynolds, of Greenville, and and Randy Nisbet and Dan Martin Xepoleas, Sr., of Va- Turner, of Quincy. caville. Great-grandparents are Steve and Edith Martin, Leo Alexander fmhroeder of St. George, Utah; Delta Venuti Thomas; and Bob and Devon- Leo Alexander Schroeder naPace, of Gridley. Venuti was born at 12:23 p.m. Isabella joins brother A.J., Oct. 30, 2001, at Plumas Dis- 4, at home. Each expression of sympa- thy, act of kindness, and offer of ssistance extended to us following the recent death of our son and brother, Marlon Miller, is truly and deeply ap- preciated. The family of Marlon Miller Everett Miller Darleen and John Gossett Mark and Linda Gossett We would like to thank the following individuals for making the Eastern Plumas Health Care 2001 Flu Clin- ic an overwhelming success: the Plumas County Health Department, for their contri- butions and great communi- cation with the EPHC staff; the EPHC administration, for their support and for allocat- ing funds to provide the flu vaccine free to everyone in the community; the EPHC staff, for taking time out of their busy schedule to orga- nize and perform all the nec- essary details needed to pro- vide the free clinics in Graea- gle and Portola--your time and effort are appreciated; and the EPHC Auxiliary members, for their ongoing support. Thank you to Kim Burnett, of Mountain Bakery, and the EPHC Di- etary staff, for providing goodies. A special thank you to Patricia Womack for mak- ing sure we got "all" of our vaccine--hats off to you. And a very special thanks to all who participated in the flu clinic for their continuing support of Eastern Plumas Health Care. EPHC is indeed "People Helping People." Sincerely, Connie Kunsman and Susie Pettengtll The employees of the AI- manor Ranger District would like to thank the Chester Rotary, Plumas County Health Services, Seneca Health Care District and all other individuals who volunteered time and effort in sponsoring the Cancer Awareness Health Fair for our district employees on Oct. 16. We appreciate your time and effort in providing quality information about prevention, treatment and services available locally and regionally. Thank you again. The apple fest was fun and fruitful! 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