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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001 3B Erwin Lavon Erwin Kauf- Nov. 22, 2001, at home in Salem, born Nov. 30, 1910, Utah, to Robert Erwin. Was a resident of 1937 until 1997, moved to Salem, a homemaker and of the Church of of Latter-day was preceded in her husband, John, son, James E. Kauf- 1990; nine sisters, six one great-great- include her sons, Kaufman, of Robert L. Kauf- Ariz., and of Porto- Carol Folchi, of ; 22 grandchildren, 26 and one lson. services were held Church of Je- of Latter-day Wednesday, Nov. lwed by burial in Pines Cemetery. "Bob" Walter Neumann, Thursday evening, 2001, at his residence born Dec. 20, 1920, Calif. to Chester in from Napa, where years. will be held at a later date. An opportunity to leave memorial tributes is avail- able online at < www.fehrmanmortuary.co m>. Inurnment will take place in the Chester District Cemetery. The family requests any do- nations in Bob's name be made to either Sierra Hos- pice or the Lassen Communi- ty Hospital Home Health Agency, c/o Fehrman Mortu- ary, Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Olena Plummer Rougeau Olena Plummer Rougeau, of Reno, died Nov. 27, 2001. Olena was preceded in death by her father, Olen Plummer, in 1997. She is survived by her life partner, Debe Rougeau, of Reno, Nev.; mother, Leona Plummer, of Prairie City, Ore.; sisters, Kathy Allison, of Chilcoot, Melanie O'Hallo- ran, of Reno; and brother, Joey Plummer, of Sparks, Nev. A celebration of Olena's life was held on Saturday, Dec. 1, at JOT Travis Student Union on the University of Nevada, Reno, campus. In lieu of flowers a memori- al scholarship in memory of Olena is being established. Checks can be made out and sent to the UNR Foundation, c/o Olena Plummet Rougeau Scholarship Fund, Mailstop 162, Reno, NV 89557, Attn: Bob Gabrielli. Louis Samuel Richards I. DeLaney. Danley moved with his family to Quincy in 1954, graduating from Quincy High School in 1960. He en- listed in the Army, serving a tour in France and two tours in Vietnam. He loved fishing, camping, writing, and especially paint- ing with different mediums. He was an avid reader, and a "rock hound," polishing and carving gemstones, and a painter by trade. Danley was preceded in death by his father and by his son, Danny Wayne DeLaney. Survivors include his daughters, Amber Dodson and Patricia Abernathey, of Sierra Vista, Ariz.; mother, Doris DeLaney, of Quincy; sister, Deanna Paul, of Or- angevale; brother, Derek De- Laney, of Quincy; and four grandchildren. Memorial services were held in Sierra Vista, Ariz. Wanda May Gunier Wanda May Gunier, 60, died Nov. 23, 2001, at her home in Loyalton. She was born Sept. 21, 1941, in Madera, to Daniel Clayton and Beaulah Louise Gladden Richmond. Wanda attended school in Madera. A homemaker, she had lived in Portola for three years and in Loyalton for the past 20 years. Survivors include her hus- band, James, of Loyalton; son, Mike Moss, of Reno, Nev.; daughters, Allison Gu- Louis Samuel Richards, 85, nier, of Vinton, Lisa Melton, of Chico, died Nov. 27, 2001. of Loyalton, and Toni Mur- He was born July 13, 1906, ray, of Lake Havasu City, in Lewiston, Mont., to Ariz.; sisters, Alice Hobbs, of Samuel and Leona Richards. Oregon, and Linda Tucker, of remembered by them as a dedicated, loving wife, moth- er, grandmother and great- grandmother. She enjoyed sewing. For a short period of time, Bessie worked as a waitress for her sister in Southern California. Bessie was preceded in death by her brother, Marvin Payne, and sister, Frankie Day. Survivors include her hus- band of 52 years, Charlie Cook, of Chester; son, Cecil West, of Redding; daughters, Edna Flower, of Chester, and Frankie Ford, of Redding; nine grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. A celebration of Bessie's life was held Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel in Chester, followed by interment in the Chester District Cemetery. Memorial tributes may be left online at . The family requests any do- nations in Bessie's memory be made to Sierra Hospice, c/o Fehrman Mortuary, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. We would like to expre,ss our sincere thanks to all con- cerned who made our recent "Celebration of the Life of Bill Jones" such a wonderful success: • Diane Irving and Moon's Restaurant for so graciously opening your doors to us for the event. It really could not have been held anywhere else, and your hospitality was so much appreciated. • Mike Taborski and the from the Mare Louis graduated from Westwood; and ten grandchil- Feather River Bulletin for all Shipyard as su- Galileo High School in San dren. you did to help us notify Of the supply depart- Francisco in 1934. He mar- A memorial service was everyone. 35 years of service, ried Margaret Shubat in Oak- held Dec. 1 at the Loyalton • Mel and Bill Rockett for or- with the U.S. getting hold of some real "old timers'I! • And everyone who attend- ed and shared their wonder- ful, funny and moving stories with us. • Also, many, many thanks for all of the cards, flowers and remembrances of Bill in the last month. Catherine and the whole family so much appreciated seeing you all. Bill would've loved it!! Catherine Jones, Bill Jr., Jac, Rod, and families Environmental featured in Rob Wade, environmental educator, will be the featured speaker for the Plumas Audubon Society's third pro- gram in their 2001/2002 pro- gram series. It will be held at the Quincy Library meeting room Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. Wade has worked as a nat- uralist, field instructor and coordinator of environmental education programs through- out the Feather Rivbr water- shed. He is currently the co- ordinator of the Plumas County Office of Education's outdoor education program. This program features a resi- dential outdoor school for Plumas County sixth- graders. Wade will share slides, sto- ries, and songs about his ex- education 's meeting periences with local youths. He will also give an update on the expanding scope of the local kindergarten tO 12th grade watershed education and stewardship efforts. Some hands-on activities will be mixed into his presenta- tion for all to enjoy. The public is also invited to a potluck social hour, starting at 6 p.m. Check Out Our [ PLUMASNEWS.COM iI land. Assembly of God Church, ganizing a great potluck and WWII m Cen ". He worked 34 years fo.rwith private inurnment in as a memoer oi " "" Chevron as a plant operator, Mountain View Cemetery in . uperat] g retiring in 1975. He then Reno, Nev. as a supply ~:~.~o Almanor and ~" : worked as a groundsman atCatharina McNutt Give the gift that gives your1 loved ones peace of mind. I a great the Lake Almanor Country Catharina McNutt, 91, died for the Club Golf Course. Nov. 29,2001, at St. Joseph's Almanor area Louis was a member of the Medical Center in Stockton. !outdoor activities Lake Almanor Men's Golf She wfis born Oct. 21, 1910, }enjoyed snowmobii- Club and Peninsula Fire- in Amsterdam, Netherlands. a longtime mem- men's Association. He was an Catharina had lived in former board mere- artistic wood-carver, collect- Stockton for the past 10 California/Nevada ed stamps, enjoyed fly-fishing years. Before that, she was a Association, and listening to classical mu- resident of Quincy for 45 was honored as the sic. years. snowmobiler Survivors include his wife, Catharina is survived by in 1988-89. Margaret, of Chico; daughter, her daughters, Alice Zaman- an avid angler, who Carole Silva, of Georgetown; ian, of Stockton, and Cathie looking for the sons, Bob Richards, of Lundegard, of Quincy; son, McArthur, and Ken Larry McNutt, of San Diego; a member Richards, of Susanville; 11 four grandchildren, eight Almanor grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren and one where he served great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchild. and was a mem- A funeral mass was held Private services will be Senior Cit- Friday, Nov. 30, at St. John held. the Baptist Catholic Church. include his wife Memorial contributions in Bessie Pauline Cook Lee Neumann, of Louis's name may be made to Bessie Pauline Cook, 83, 8ons, Rob Neumann, Our Lady of the Snows died Saturday morning, Dec. Urine, Texas, Tom Catholic Church in West- 1, 2001, at her residence in of Sacramento, wood, c/o Brusie Funeral Chester. of Vallejo, Dan Home. She was born Aug. 29, 1918, Napa, and Dennis in Making, Ky. Vacaville; eight Danley Edn I~l.aney Bessie and her husband and f our great- Danley Erin DeLaney, 60, moved to Chester in 1990 died Nov. 4, 2001, at his home from Boron, where they had ing cremation at in Sierra Vista, Ariz. lived for over 40 years. Crematory in Quin- He was born Nov. 6, 1940, in Bessie devoted her life to of Bob's life Salinas, to Dale B. and Doris caring for her family and is 2 bath open floor plan. Follow the lovely a separate den. Fabulous cooks with beautiful oak cabinets and space. Separate bar peeks through to the : room. Low E vinyl windows through- bath. All appliances included. D934 #0439. lb. Snow Load READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! Approved for andPlumasC°untiesIL - "-" i i 7" o., ill H 0 M E S ARE FALLING! Personal Assistance from.finance to finish never been a tlwY 395 & SUNNYSIDE RD. time to buyl JANESVILLE 253"41 00 extra day FREE! Save Up 31%! 257-6144 • 550 Ash St. 283-1014 • Crescent St. I i* Call for an application If your income is at or below these Plumas County Community Lassen Economic amounts, you may be eligible for Development Commission Dev. Corp. utility payment help. 283-2466 256-3531 Plumas Crisis Intervention Family size Gross Annual Income 283-5515 1 $21,475 Po~ola Social Security 257-5057 Healthy Start 832-1827 l.,assen Career Network 2 $29,025 257-8152 3 $36,575 Healthy Start 284-1560 lzaalma 4 $44,125 Chester Social Services 993-6720 5 $51,675 ABC Center 258-4"280 Wildwood 258-3350 *Certain restrictions apply. Funds are limited. Qualification does not guarantee payment.