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4~ Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, Michael moved to the city died Thursday, Dec. Brusie Funeral Home, fol- lowed by burial at Chico Cemetery. Hugh "Carl" Hughes, Jr. Hugh "Carl" Hughes, Jr., 75, of Oroville, died Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2001, at Enloe Hospi- tal. He was born Oct. 10, 1926, in Dunkirk, Ohio. He was a Butte County resident for 26 years, planned for Jan. 2 at 7:30 p.m. Carl was in the Army from at the Portola Kingdom Hall 1945 to 1948. of Jehovah's Witnesses. He worked for the Alaska Railroad for two years and the Western Railroad for 30 years. Car's hobbies were fishing, camping, civic activities and genealogy. He was also an avid woodworker, with the nickname of"Chainsaw." Carl was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church; a past grand knight president of Knights of Columbus; a member and one-time presi- dent of the American Legion, Posts 95, 40 and 8. Carl was preceded in~teath any donations in Carl's name by his son, Douglas E. Hugh- be made to the Carl Hughes es, in 1970, and his sister, trust fund at St. Thomas Nettle "Lou" Rice, in 1995. School, c/o Oroville Funeral Survivors include his wife Home, 1454 Montgomery St., of 47 years, Bernice, of Oroville, CA95965. Oroville; sons, Howard C., of Quincy, and Donald M., of Michael EHc Hale Oroville; daughter, Elaine Michael Eric Hale, 19, of Grant, of Issaquah, Wash.; Portola, died unexpectedly in brothers, Willis Emery and his sleep on Dec. 13, 2001. Harry A., of Stockton, Her- He was born July 1, 1982, in bert O., of Tigard, Ore., Lar- the Portola Hospital. ry, of Columbus, Ohio, and At a very young age, Jesse, of Virginia Beach, Va.; Michael developed a love for sisters, Elsie Stuewe, of God and the Bible, which Columbus, Ohio, Gertrude helped shape his warm and Rorabaugh, of Perry, Ohio, gentle personality. From the and Elizabeth Whited, of age of six, he developed a Shelby, Ohio; eight grand- unique talent with comput- children and five great- ers, a talent that he gladly grandchildren, and freely shared with oth- A mass of Christian burial ers. was held Dec. 18 at St. Michael preferred to see Thomas Catholic Church in what made computers tick or Oroville. to learn some new computer Interment will be held language instead of playing Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 1 p.m. sports. He made friends easi- at East Lawn Cemetery in ly. He always had a smile and Quincy. always looked for the good in The family suggests that people. ATTENTION 10% to o , .carr4er-s, .... ..... Insurance Agency Lic. #0140935 ....... Serving Lassen & Plumas Counties since 1883 400 W. MAIN ST. 1-800-300-1180 WESTWOOD * 256"3218 319 BIRCH ST. 1-80G4S36-3218 Minnie Redkey Minnie Redkey, 84, of Chico, died Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001, of cancer. She was born Nov. 11, 1917, in Calumet, Ok- la., to Isaac and Lurinda Miller. Minnie married Frank Red- key in Carson City, Nev., in 1944. He died in February 2000. Minnie was a member of the Emblem Club. She en- joyed shopping, bowling and being with her grandchil- dren. Survivors include her sons, Stan, of Sutter Creek, and Doug, of Quincy; four grand- children and one great-grand- child. Services were held Dec. 8 at NEW MODELS MAKING ROOM FOR ARRIVING SOON.I Plan 1027 Serial #39419 3 bedroom, 2 bath open floor plan. Gorgeous oak kitchen, luxurious master bath. Low E vinyl windows throughout. All appliances included .......... Model D934 Serial #0439 3 bedroom, plus den, plus additional room off master suite, sunken jacuzzi in master bath. Beautiful spacious floor plan, huge country kitchen, energy saver consU'uctiom... Plan 13 Serial #NNID39320 Plan P211 Serial #00106 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus den! Fabulous kitchen with walk in pantry, space saver microwave, oak cabinets and more. Ceramic tile, low E vinyl windows .... Rustic Cedar and red metal roof enhance this 2 bedroom, mountain retreat. Vaulted ceilings, ceramic tile throughout, 125 lb. snow load roof. R-38 insulation ............. '. .... and found a job he loved inat his residence in Qui computer drafting. He was He was born Aug.~ planning on getting married, in Detroit, Mich. He kept in close touch with Don served as a me~ his family and loved to joke the U.S. Air Force du~ with his dad. Korean conflict fronl~ Michael is survived by his 1953. ,1 parents, Patrick and LindaFollowing cremat~ Hale; and sisters, Sarah, Ly- Fehrman Cremat0~ dia and Amy. Quincy, private grat Funeral services are services with military| Chrystal Clift Jacobs Quincy resident Chrystal Clift Jacobs died Dec. 10, 2001, at a Bay Area rehabi- lation center. She was 49. She was born August 31, 1952, in Nampa, Idaho. Her family moved to Quincy in 1966. Chrystal graduated from Quincy High School in 1971. Chrystal's infectious smile, sense of humor and zest for life will be how she will be re- membered by those who were fortunate enough to have known her. Always one to be on top of current affairs, it was an all-too-familiar sight to see Chrystal engaged in spirited conversation about the day's events. She also loved dogs, and she was often seen walking and playing with her fiesty boxers. Chrystal loved most sports and was an avid aviator. She received her pilot's license in 1978 and was a member of a national women's flying club called the Ninety-niners. As a member of that group, Chrys- tal worked the pilot's regis- tration desk each year at the Reno Air Races. She was also a long-standing member of the Aircraft Owners and Pi- lots Association and was a founding member of the local Wings and Wheels event. will take place in ern Nevada Veterans tery, in Fernley, Nev. Any donations in memory may be Quincy Post of the of Foreign Fehrman Mortuary matory, P.O. Box 53, CA 95971 Dennis 0dell Duni Decorated WWII Dennis Odell Duniphin died on the 60th anniver- sary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Friday morn- ing Dec. 7, 2001, at the age of 81 years, 7 26 days. Dennis was born 1920, in Duncan moved Dennis entered into i duty with the U.S. 23, 1940. After was transferred to Ft. Wash., where he troops for their in the Pacific Theater. In July of 1944, he overseas as a member 96th Infantry ing as a platoon ing part in the Leyte, On Mothers' Day, 1945, Dennis tral both legs below wounds incurred from~ mine explosion; medically dischar the service Dec. Along with Other hobbies, included mo: paign ribbons, he was~ torcycle riding, skii~ng an~" ed aqFurple Heart and swimming. She was also a Star with an Oak member of a local triathlon ter for his valor. team affectionately known as Dennis had the Vivacious Virgo Vamps-- small appliance a team that placed regularly for 15 years, in the Mile High Tri, giving Dave's Appliance i~ Chrystal what she always ward. In 1965, Dennis thought were her special family moved to bragging rights. Castro Valley to Chrystal left a 28-year ca- Lariat Lodge for the reer as a title researcher and 1/2 years. notary with Cal Sierra Title Dennis Co. two years ago to travel bet of the Quincy Post~ and work with her husband, VFW, the Purple Jake, in his business, ciation and the Chrystal was very active in the 96th Infantry her community. She was a An avid member of the Quincy Sorop- nis enjoyed hunting timist Club; the Plumas ing, especially County Board of Realtors and the area of the Blacl~ the Quincy Racing Associa-Desert in Nevada. An tion. plished cribbage She is survived by her hus- was a longtime band, Gary 'Jake' Jacobs, of the Grassroots Quincy and Canada; parents, Club. Bob and Joyce Beail, of Rio Dennis is Linda, Ca.; brothers, Bobby his parents, and Herschel, of Quincy; two sisters. grandmother, Tressa Allen; Dennis is survived and uncles, Bill and Clark wife of 54 years, Allen, of Pasadena; nephews Quincy; son, Herschel Beail, Lee and Mike Duniphin, of Meisenheimer and niece daughters, Dianeand Sheila Beail of Chicago, ill. both of Quincy, A celebration of her life Mesa, Ariz., Anabelle,~ will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. and Cheryl, all on Jan. 12, 2002, at Gansner Idaho; twelve Airport (last hangar off Span- and 14 ish Creek Road) in Quincy. Following Family and friends are es- ebration of Dennis's tablishing an aviation schol- be held 11 a.m. arship fund with the Ninety- Dec.12, at the niners in Chrystal's memory, tuary Chapel in Donations can be made to Fr. Andrew Plumas Bank, Account #1120- John's Catholic 9651-2, 336 W. Main Street, diating. Inurmnent Quincy, Ca. 95971, Attn: taryhonors Ethel. Meadow Valley Cemetery. Don Claire Langton Don Claire Langton, 69, See VHJ~ Head Stones Monu . Engraving Granite or Concrete Ho.h 6 Coping or OWNERS aorder~ AVNIAU 7 DAYS. I NI4 Pll