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2B Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Evelyn Mae (Helmers) Harberts Evelyn Mac Harberts was born Aug. 4, 1920, in Helena, Montana, to Richard S. Helmers and Minnie Josephine Jacobsen. She was raised in Glendale and grew up through the Great Depression. Married just two months before Pearl Harbor, Evelyn became a shipfitter in World War II, helping to build Liberty ships at the Richmond shipyards. At the conclusion of the war, she raised a very active family with her husband, Wes. She took an extended family of kids, cousins and friends camping, skiing and on many other adventures over the years. During the Vietnam War, she and her kids provided overnight visits, home-cooked meals and some respite for injured young Marines from the Oak Knoll Naval Hospital. Upon retirement from the family business in Berkeley, she moved to the mountains in Portola. There she lived on a historical ranch overlooking a wild and scenic riversystem. Again, her home became a haven for yet another generation of children, including her grandchildren and extended family and friends. Frequent trips to become "ranch kids" were part of life in the mountains. She was rarely happier than when she was surrounded by young people. In her later years, she moved to Chico and became a very busy traveler throughout the United States, the Caribbean and Europe. She loved to travel and would be ready to go with a moment's notice. It was a life well lived, with three generations made better by knowing her. Evelyn died Nov. 10, 2014, in Chico. She was 94. She is survived by her four children, William Wesley Harberts IIL StephenHarberts, Helen Harberts and Debra Linnet; a legion of grandchildren; and extended family. Her husband, William Wesley Harberts, and her grandson Wesley Stephen Harberts preceded her in death. Her sister, Marion Mendenhall, and brother, Richard Helmers, preceded her in death as well. There will be no services. A family event will be scheduled in the future to celebrate her life. Robert LeRoy Kennedy Heaven scored a hat trick as Bob Kennedy joined his brothers Jack and David on Nov. 11, 2014. Tales of the Kennedy boys, born and raised in Plumas County, have become legendary and tightly woven into the folklore of the High Sierra. Robert LeRoy Kennedy, born in 1940, attended elementary school first in Sloat and then at the Meadow Valley Schoolhouse. Bobby graduated from Quincy High School in 1958 credited as a gifted athlete, student government officer and, of course, prom king. He lettered in four varsity sports: all four years in both basketball and football. His movie-star good looks and athletic ability made him quite popular and he enjoyed reminiscing with his Quincy Peeps over the years about their high school days. In 1958 Bob and his wife Sandra Lee moved to Sacramento with their young son John David "Tony." His redheaded baby girl, Kimberlee Jean "Sue Bee" was born in 1960. As a young dad, Bob loved dragging his kids to secluded secret fishing holes, hiking through miles of manzanita on hunting trips and teaching them "old Indian tricks" along the way. His son "Tony" was his pride and joy and his daughter "Sue Bee" hung the moon in his eyes; Bob's love and support for his children was ever present and never wavered. Bob Kennedy proved his integrity through hard work in the floor-covering business for over 55 years. After completing a four-year apprenticeship in the carpet, linoleum and soft tile workers trade he became a journeyman in 1963 and worked for Ring-Up Rivett until starting his own business in 1972. While living in Sacramento, Bob discovered his passion in Little League baseball and  .,hlr.leoot 0000ll0nument established 1929 Monuments • Benches • Signs • Borders .... Address Stones GRANITE - MARBLE - NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET • P.O. BOX I766 • PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.N ET Business Assistance for Plumas County Small Businesses MANNI FUNERAL HOME AND EVERGREEN CREMATORY Customized business assistance to transform and grow your business ! This program will offer services to eligible businesses at all stages of business development and operations. • One-on-One Business Counseling • Financial and Legal Counseling • Business Plan Development • Management & Marketing Assistance • Loan Preparation and Packaging * And Much More! Eligibility Requirements Apply For more information contact Joelle Breazier at 283-1606 OR email jbreazier@ncen.org Program made possible by ° Plumas county ;;,usiness Microenterprise Technical " [/c:,arer,r p,,,,,b,/,’or'k Assistance Program UTrE F ,ASeN I MOOOe, LUMA6, e,. " Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Adop| cat and [ c will vavc the adoption fee on the 2nd carl WE DELIVER! Call us for home delivery service and never miss an issue[ Quincy Susanville Greenville Chester Portola 283-0800 257-5321 284-7800 258-3115 832-4646 served as coach, mentor and role model for not only his own son, but for hundreds of young athletes as well, through the Babe Ruth League in Reno. Bob took his role as mentor very seriously, not only with his players but also with his children and many nieces and nephews. Each can readily recall many adventures with their Uncle Bob that were not only life changing and fun bu.t also empowering. His legacy is his family and his time and devotion to every member throughout his life has been a gift. In 1981, Bob married his , Valentine sweetheart, Sandy Springsteel, and for the past 33 years they enjoyed traveling all over the country, visiting their children and watching their favorite siorts teams. Avid San Francisco 49ers and Giants fans, they enjoyed watching every game side by side. Their love story continues to inspire those around them. Bob was consistently present in the lives of their six children and 18 grandchildren listening, coaching, loving and praising. He was so proud of each and every grandchild. The grandchildren hold special memories of fishing, playing marbles, sharing stories and watching ball games with their granddad. Bob is preceded in death by his father, John Loren Kennedy, and mother, Mildred Anderson Kennedy Kast Strong. Bob also joins his brothers John "Jack" Kennedy and David Kennedy; and is survived by his sister Carroll Wilson, of Sparks, Nevada; brother Dick Kennedy (wife Starra), of Quincy; and sister Sara Kast, of Oakdale. Robert LeRoy Kennedy is survived by his wife Sandra, of Fresno; son David Kennedy (wife Fiona), of Kailua, Hawaii; daughter Kimberlee Kennedy Kayton (husband John), of Agoura; daughler, Dayna Small: . (hubs.banG Itthew), of Westminster, C010radb; as well as Sandy's children: daughter Tina Torrence Jimenez (husband Ralph), of Fresno, son Eric Read, of Fresno, and daughter Angie Wood (husband Curtis), of Reno, Nevada. The family is planning a memorial service at the Meadow Valley Schoolhouse June 14, 2015. Frank Edward Maynarich Jr. Longtime Lake Almanor Peninsula resident Frank Edward Maynarich Jr. passed from this life peacefully at his home Friday morning, Nov. 7, 2014, at the age of 85. Born Sept. 29, 1929, in Detroit, Michigan, to Frank Sr. and Mary Maynarich, as a young child he and his family relocated to Arizona and later settled in Los Angeles where Frank graduated from Hamilton High School as a member Of the Class of 1947. Shortly following his high school graduation Frank entered the military and served his country honorably as a member of the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Upon his honorable discharge, he returned to Culver City and later settled in Chatsworth. On March 4, 1951, in Yuma, Arizona, Frank married the love of his life, Martha Abrams, and to this union two sons were born. After a short time with Coca-Cola, Frank went to work for the Schlitz Brewery where he retired as one of their brew masters after 30 years with the company. Following his retirement he and Martha moved to Lake Almanor in 1985, an area they had vacationed at for years prior. Frank then began a second career working for the Lake Almanor Country Club as a maintenance man, retiring from there in 2000. Frank enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, hunting and traveling with his wife. In passing, Frank leaves his two sons, David, of San Diego, and Charlie, of Canoga Park; he was the proud grandparent of Misty, Josh and Heath, along with his great-grandchildren Starr and Samy. Frank is also survived by a sister, Cressie Renaldi ..... He will be greatly missed by all, especially his compani0ris Suzie and Sally. Along with his parents, Frank joins his two sisters, Maryann and Dorothy, in their eternal home. Services are being planned for a later date. Inurnment will take place in the military section of the Westwood Cemetery. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. DEATH NOTICES William Earl Stover William Earl Stover died Friday morning, Oct. 24, 2014, at his residence in Chester. He was born in Buford, Texas, onApril 10, 1942, to Carl and Mintie (Snider) Stover. In passing Bill leaves his wife Paulette, sons Brian Stover, of Lebanon, Tennessee, and Joshua Stover, of Bakersfield, six grandchildren, his brother David and sisters Marie and Ethel. A celebration of his life including military honors was held Tuesday, Nov. 18, in the Bakersfield National Cemetery. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. CARD of THANKS Last Tuesday was Veterans Day. On this special day, we show our appreciation to the men and women who have served our country and kept us safe and strong. In our small community, Papa Murphy's Pizza and Midtown Coffee chose to thank those who served by giving out free pizza and coffee to all veterans. Many thanks to both of you for your thoughtful generosity. Henry and Judy Eisenman MARRIAGE _ LICENSE November 7 Eric Warren Measles and Kathleen Grace McConnell, both of Anderson. November 13 Edward James Allen and Linda Elain Allen, both of Hayward. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing provides death notices free of charge, or offers paid obituaries. Paid obituary notices start at $80 for up to 350 words, and may include a photo for an additional $10. For each additional 50 words, there is a $10 charge. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact one of our offices during business hours, or e-mail: typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject: obit. CELEBRATE A LIFE LIVED. With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a 13art 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. CAL-FD 158- CR300 VWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 "Bella" is a 5 year old spayed female Scottish Terrier mix. She LOVES people of all ages and cats. She is selective on her dog friends. She loves to go for walks and snuggle. Her owner got sick and can't care for her. Bella is looking for her forever home. "Winston" a 9 month old unaltered male Lab-Pit mix. Because he is a high energy pup, he would not be good with small children. He LOVES to lay by the river in the summer. ' Our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm. Saturday viewing is by , appointment only. Office hours are subject to change due to staffing, calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $10.00 for dogs and cats, license fee for dogs are $15.00 per year. F Nutrena" Ex,'elle,*ce Inside" Your Local Full Service Pet & Feed Store 283-9605 362 Crescent St. Quincy (next to Feather River Fitness) 2B Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Evelyn Mae (Helmers) Harberts Evelyn Mac Harberts was born Aug. 4, 1920, in Helena, Montana, to Richard S. Helmers and Minnie Josephine Jacobsen. She was raised in Glendale and grew up through the Great Depression. Married just two months before Pearl Harbor, Evelyn became a shipfitter in World War II, helping to build Liberty ships at the Richmond shipyards. At the conclusion of the war, she raised a very active family with her husband, Wes. She took an extended family of kids, cousins and friends camping, skiing and on many other adventures over the years. During the Vietnam War, she and her kids provided overnight visits, home-cooked meals and some respite for injured young Marines from the Oak Knoll Naval Hospital. Upon retirement from the family business in Berkeley, she moved to the mountains in Portola. There she lived on a historical ranch overlooking a wild and scenic riversystem. Again, her home became a haven for yet another generation of children, including her grandchildren and extended family and friends. Frequent trips to become "ranch kids" were part of life in the mountains. She was rarely happier than when she was surrounded by young people. In her later years, she moved to Chico and became a very busy traveler throughout the United States, the Caribbean and Europe. She loved to travel and would be ready to go with a moment's notice. It was a life well lived, with three generations made better by knowing her. Evelyn died Nov. 10, 2014, in Chico. She was 94. She is survived by her four children, William Wesley Harberts IIL StephenHarberts, Helen Harberts and Debra Linnet; a legion of grandchildren; and extended family. Her husband, William Wesley Harberts, and her grandson Wesley Stephen Harberts preceded her in death. Her sister, Marion Mendenhall, and brother, Richard Helmers, preceded her in death as well. There will be no services. A family event will be scheduled in the future to celebrate her life. Robert LeRoy Kennedy Heaven scored a hat trick as Bob Kennedy joined his brothers Jack and David on Nov. 11, 2014. Tales of the Kennedy boys, born and raised in Plumas County, have become legendary and tightly woven into the folklore of the High Sierra. Robert LeRoy Kennedy, born in 1940, attended elementary school first in Sloat and then at the Meadow Valley Schoolhouse. Bobby graduated from Quincy High School in 1958 credited as a gifted athlete, student government officer and, of course, prom king. He lettered in four varsity sports: all four years in both basketball and football. His movie-star good looks and athletic ability made him quite popular and he enjoyed reminiscing with his Quincy Peeps over the years about their high school days. In 1958 Bob and his wife Sandra Lee moved to Sacramento with their young son John David "Tony." His redheaded baby girl, Kimberlee Jean "Sue Bee" was born in 1960. As a young dad, Bob loved dragging his kids to secluded secret fishing holes, hiking through miles of manzanita on hunting trips and teaching them "old Indian tricks" along the way. His son "Tony" was his pride and joy and his daughter "Sue Bee" hung the moon in his eyes; Bob's love and support for his children was ever present and never wavered. Bob Kennedy proved his integrity through hard work in the floor-covering business for over 55 years. After completing a four-year apprenticeship in the carpet, linoleum and soft tile workers trade he became a journeyman in 1963 and worked for Ring-Up Rivett until starting his own business in 1972. While living in Sacramento, Bob discovered his passion in Little League baseball and  .,hlr.leoot 0000ll0nument established 1929 Monuments • Benches • Signs • Borders .... Address Stones GRANITE - MARBLE - NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET • P.O. BOX I766 • PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.N ET Business Assistance for Plumas County Small Businesses MANNI FUNERAL HOME AND EVERGREEN CREMATORY Customized business assistance to transform and grow your business ! This program will offer services to eligible businesses at all stages of business development and operations. • One-on-One Business Counseling • Financial and Legal Counseling • Business Plan Development • Management & Marketing Assistance • Loan Preparation and Packaging * And Much More! Eligibility Requirements Apply For more information contact Joelle Breazier at 283-1606 OR email jbreazier@ncen.org Program made possible by ° Plumas county ;;,usiness Microenterprise Technical " [/c:,arer,r p,,,,,b,/,’or'k Assistance Program UTrE F ,ASeN I MOOOe, LUMA6, e,. " Alliance for Workforce Development, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Adop| cat and [ c will vavc the adoption fee on the 2nd carl WE DELIVER! Call us for home delivery service and never miss an issue[ Quincy Susanville Greenville Chester Portola 283-0800 257-5321 284-7800 258-3115 832-4646 served as coach, mentor and role model for not only his own son, but for hundreds of young athletes as well, through the Babe Ruth League in Reno. Bob took his role as mentor very seriously, not only with his players but also with his children and many nieces and nephews. Each can readily recall many adventures with their Uncle Bob that were not only life changing and fun bu.t also empowering. His legacy is his family and his time and devotion to every member throughout his life has been a gift. In 1981, Bob married his , Valentine sweetheart, Sandy Springsteel, and for the past 33 years they enjoyed traveling all over the country, visiting their children and watching their favorite siorts teams. Avid San Francisco 49ers and Giants fans, they enjoyed watching every game side by side. Their love story continues to inspire those around them. Bob was consistently present in the lives of their six children and 18 grandchildren listening, coaching, loving and praising. He was so proud of each and every grandchild. The grandchildren hold special memories of fishing, playing marbles, sharing stories and watching ball games with their granddad. Bob is preceded in death by his father, John Loren Kennedy, and mother, Mildred Anderson Kennedy Kast Strong. Bob also joins his brothers John "Jack" Kennedy and David Kennedy; and is survived by his sister Carroll Wilson, of Sparks, Nevada; brother Dick Kennedy (wife Starra), of Quincy; and sister Sara Kast, of Oakdale. Robert LeRoy Kennedy is survived by his wife Sandra, of Fresno; son David Kennedy (wife Fiona), of Kailua, Hawaii; daughter Kimberlee Kennedy Kayton (husband John), of Agoura; daughler, Dayna Small: . (hubs.banG Itthew), of Westminster, C010radb; as well as Sandy's children: daughter Tina Torrence Jimenez (husband Ralph), of Fresno, son Eric Read, of Fresno, and daughter Angie Wood (husband Curtis), of Reno, Nevada. The family is planning a memorial service at the Meadow Valley Schoolhouse June 14, 2015. Frank Edward Maynarich Jr. Longtime Lake Almanor Peninsula resident Frank Edward Maynarich Jr. passed from this life peacefully at his home Friday morning, Nov. 7, 2014, at the age of 85. Born Sept. 29, 1929, in Detroit, Michigan, to Frank Sr. and Mary Maynarich, as a young child he and his family relocated to Arizona and later settled in Los Angeles where Frank graduated from Hamilton High School as a member Of the Class of 1947. Shortly following his high school graduation Frank entered the military and served his country honorably as a member of the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Upon his honorable discharge, he returned to Culver City and later settled in Chatsworth. On March 4, 1951, in Yuma, Arizona, Frank married the love of his life, Martha Abrams, and to this union two sons were born. After a short time with Coca-Cola, Frank went to work for the Schlitz Brewery where he retired as one of their brew masters after 30 years with the company. Following his retirement he and Martha moved to Lake Almanor in 1985, an area they had vacationed at for years prior. Frank then began a second career working for the Lake Almanor Country Club as a maintenance man, retiring from there in 2000. Frank enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, hunting and traveling with his wife. In passing, Frank leaves his two sons, David, of San Diego, and Charlie, of Canoga Park; he was the proud grandparent of Misty, Josh and Heath, along with his great-grandchildren Starr and Samy. Frank is also survived by a sister, Cressie Renaldi ..... He will be greatly missed by all, especially his compani0ris Suzie and Sally. Along with his parents, Frank joins his two sisters, Maryann and Dorothy, in their eternal home. Services are being planned for a later date. Inurnment will take place in the military section of the Westwood Cemetery. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. DEATH NOTICES William Earl Stover William Earl Stover died Friday morning, Oct. 24, 2014, at his residence in Chester. He was born in Buford, Texas, onApril 10, 1942, to Carl and Mintie (Snider) Stover. In passing Bill leaves his wife Paulette, sons Brian Stover, of Lebanon, Tennessee, and Joshua Stover, of Bakersfield, six grandchildren, his brother David and sisters Marie and Ethel. A celebration of his life including military honors was held Tuesday, Nov. 18, in the Bakersfield National Cemetery. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. CARD of THANKS Last Tuesday was Veterans Day. On this special day, we show our appreciation to the men and women who have served our country and kept us safe and strong. In our small community, Papa Murphy's Pizza and Midtown Coffee chose to thank those who served by giving out free pizza and coffee to all veterans. Many thanks to both of you for your thoughtful generosity. Henry and Judy Eisenman MARRIAGE _ LICENSE November 7 Eric Warren Measles and Kathleen Grace McConnell, both of Anderson. November 13 Edward James Allen and Linda Elain Allen, both of Hayward. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing provides death notices free of charge, or offers paid obituaries. Paid obituary notices start at $80 for up to 350 words, and may include a photo for an additional $10. For each additional 50 words, there is a $10 charge. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact one of our offices during business hours, or e-mail: typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject: obit. CELEBRATE A LIFE LIVED. With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a 13art 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. CAL-FD 158- CR300 VWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 "Bella" is a 5 year old spayed female Scottish Terrier mix. She LOVES people of all ages and cats. She is selective on her dog friends. She loves to go for walks and snuggle. Her owner got sick and can't care for her. Bella is looking for her forever home. "Winston" a 9 month old unaltered male Lab-Pit mix. Because he is a high energy pup, he would not be good with small children. He LOVES to lay by the river in the summer. ' Our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm. Saturday viewing is by , appointment only. Office hours are subject to change due to staffing, calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $10.00 for dogs and cats, license fee for dogs are $15.00 per year. F Nutrena" Ex,'elle,*ce Inside" Your Local Full Service Pet & Feed Store 283-9605 362 Crescent St. Quincy (next to Feather River Fitness)