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2B Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Joshua Carl Jacobs Quincy native Joshua Carl Jacobs passed fromthis life unexpectedly in Santa Ana early Sunday morning, Dec. 2, 2012, at the age of 34. Born in Quincy to Gary and Patricia Gay (Strachan) Jacobs on Aug. 17, 1978, he was raised and educated in the Seventh-day Adventist faith in Southern California and the San Francisco East Bay Area. Following his high school grad.uation, he went on to attend Sacramen- to State College where he graduated in 2003 with a de- gree in English. Joshua had spent the last 3-1/2 years residing in Greenville where he was the manager of the family's busi- ness, Greenville Cottage An- tiques. He had just recently moved back to Santa Ana to reunite with his flanc6e and was looking forward to his wedding in 2013. Joshua had a great love of music and as a talented com- poser and musician he was an accomplished pianist and guitar player. He enjoyed na- ture and found great solace in spending time in the out- doors hiking. In his untimely passing Joshua leaves his beloved parents, Gary and Gay Ja- cobs, of Greenville; brothers Steve Ellis and his wife Loli- ta, of Oceanside, and Matthew Jacobs, of Balti- more, Md.; a sister, Juliet Ja- cobs-Coffman, of Cupertino; his fianc6e, Jennifer Elliott, of Santa Ana; nephews Ben Jacobs and Patrick Smith; and niece Madison Ross. A time of sharing and visi- tation was held Sunday, Dec. 9. A celebration of Joshua's life took place Monday, Dec. 10, at the Greenville Commu- nity United Methodist Church. Interment followed in the Greenville District Cemetery. An opportunity to sign the memorial guest register and leave condolences for the family is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. The family suggests any remembrances in Joshua's memory be made to a local chapter of the Salvation Army c/o Fehrman Mortu- ary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. Milissa Dawn Bridges Sunday afternoon, Dec. 9, family and friends gathered at the West End Theatre in Quincy to join in the celebra- tion of life for Milissa Dawn Bridges. Milissa and her husband, Jeremiah, both worked at Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE: MARBLE NATURAL STONE 1tO PACIFIC STREET P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 .CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET i+ QO .g, "Kringle" is a Domestic Short-Haired black-and white 12-week-old male kitten. He was owner-surrendered with his sister "Sparkle." She is also a Domestic Short-Haired tabby-and- white kitten. They are both active, spunky kittens and would love a kid for Christmas that they can play with. Shelter hours are Monday & Wednesday 8am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday lpm-5pm, Saturday 12-5 for viewing only and closed Frlday & Sunday. Plumas Animal Servlces charges a $10 fee and license tees are $5 per year. An officer wlll dellver a pet to the adoptlng party's veterinary of choice Io have the anlmal altered In completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call 283-3673. or visit countyofplumas.com or pelflnders.com. Ow "Macy" is a silver/black young @ un-spayed shepherd-cross female. She is a very loving dog and gets along o with everyone and everything. She p was a stray from Quincy and is now available for adoption. "+O Sponsored by: =O.,J INCY ' 283-0480 Your local downtown full service pharmacy including veterinary compounding I I 00Husqvarna +, Snow Throwers Heavy-duty hydrostatic .............. '""'::'"':, transmission I i Powerfui Snow King Engine a (414 cc) Power Steering Convenient trigger control allows superior maneuverability in adverse conditions Model 1830 EXLT * Push button electric starter Premium Two Stage System with heavy-duty auger and * 30" working width a high-speed impeller , ,18hp Engine Find this and other fine 00Husqvarna products, parts and accessories at: Rusty Warren's 283-2226 507 Bell Lane Quincy Open Mon.-Sat. * 9am. 6pm the theatre with the drama- works program where Milis- sa was a lead teacher and a "wonderful asset to the pro- gram," said Edie O'Connor. O'Connor, who founded the program along with Earl Thompson, said they were honored to host the celebra- tion in honor of Milissa. After being diagnosed with cancer in fall 2011, Milissa never lost focus on life, her family or furthering her education. She contin- ued her work with teenagers through SWEET (Sierra West End Educational The- atre) and dramaworks until she lost her valiant battle Dec. 6, 2012. Born in Tulsa, Okla., on Jan. 21, 1979, Bridges gradu- ated from Broken Arrow High School in 1997 and at- tended Pratt College where she studied to become a med- ical assistant. She worked in a variety of medical offices during the next few years. After a failed marriage and two children, she met a young man, fell in love and married the love of her life, Jeremiah Bridges, in spring 2005. Following the birth of twins in 2005, the family de- cided to relocate to Quincy, moving there in 2006. In passing, Milissa leaves behind her husband, Jeremi- ah; daughters Sonja West, of Broken Arrow, Okla., and Natalyn West and Jenna Bridges, both of Quincy; son Blake Bridges, of Quincy; parents Larry and Martha Landsteiner, of Broken Ar- row, Okla., and the late Clarence Potter; sister Shaw- na (and Raymond), of Navar- to, Okla.; brother William (and Rachel) Potter, of Texas; nieces Kayla and Lau- ren, of Navarro, )kla., and Bailey Potter, of Texas; and nephew Luke Potter. She al- so leaves behind her father- and mother-in-law, Joe and Wendy Bridges, sister-in-law Savannah Bridges, and nephews Teyton and Nathan, all of Quincy; and numei+ouS other fa'mily members and friends. Pansy Louise Herrick Chester resident Pansy Louise Herrick passed from this life peacefully Wednes- day morning, Dec. 12, 2012, at Seneca Healthcare Dis- trict's hospital at the age of 84. She was born July 15, 1928, in Susanville to Tennessee natives Joseph and Ruth (Husky) Elam. When she was 1, she and her family relocat- ed to Westwood and later the Chester/Lake Almanor area where Pansy was raised and educated. She and her hus- band had wintered in Corn- ing from 1988 to 1999. A member of the Chester American Legion Auxiliary Post for more than 50 years, Pansy enjoyed the outdoors .through fshing and hunting as well as finding enjoyment in a good game of cards. In passing Pansy leaves her son Tom Herrick, of Chico; daughter Sherrie Bridgman, of Chester; broth- er Henry Elam, of Alder Grove, British Columbia; Need help REPLACING or REPAIRING: * DOORS * TRIM e WINDOWS " PLUMBING e ROOFING ELECTRICAL We do insurance-related repairs If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She joins her husband Joe who passed from this life in 1998 in their eternal home. Services are being planned for a later date. Private in- urnment will take place in the Chester District Ceme- tery. An opportunity to ex- press condolences to the family and sign the memori- al guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. Lawrence Laverne 'Larry' Larsen Chester resident Lawrence L. "Larry" Larsen passed from this life peacefully, with his loving wife and fam- ily at his side, Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012, at the age of 91. Born Sept. 10, 1921, in In- glewood to Ferdinand and Mildred (Rasmussen) Larsen, Larry was raised and educated in Inglewood where he graduated from In- glewood High School as a member of the Class of 1939. While he was attending high school, he went to work for Rockwell International as a machinist and continued working there until the on- set of WWII. At that time, he joined the military and served his country honor- ably as a member of the U.S. Navy during the war. On May 18, 1938, Larry married the love of his life and best friend throughout the 74 years they were to- gether: Kathryn Harmers, whom he had met in high school and while attending church functions together. To this blessed union a son and two daughters were born. Upon his discharge, Larry returned to work for Rock- well in a career that spanned 44 years. He retired as an aircraft design engineer in 1975. Larry attended night school while working for Rockwell, to obtain his bach- elor's degree. Following his retirement from Rockwell, Larry entered the real estate field where he worked as a salesman/broker in South- ern California for a number of years. He and his wife relocated to the Chester-Lake Almanor area in 1990, residing in Lake Almanor West for a number of years before mov- ing in with their daughter, Bev Herman, in 2000. A devout Christian, Larry fellowshipped at the Lake A1- manor Community Church. As an accomplished pianist Larry will be fondly remem- bered by the seniors in the area as he shared his love of music with them at Wild- wood, the Chester Senior Center and the long-term care unit of Seneca District Hospital. He found enjoy- ment in the game of golf as well as in sharing his love of tennis with his family during his younger years. First and foremost, though, Larry was a loving husband, father and grandfather who enjoyed family get-togethers and card games. In passing, Larry leaves his loving wife Kathryn, of Chester; son Ronald and his wife Darlene, of San Diego; daughter Beverly Herman, of Chester; the jewels of his later life, his grandchildren Greg Johnson, Jeff Herman, Jodi Walsh, John Herman, Mike Herman, Ken Larsen and Scott Larsen; and 16 great-grandchildren. He joins his daughter Bar- bara Johnson, brother George and sister Dorothy in their eternal home. Private interment took place in the Chester District Cemetery and was followed by a celebration of his life Saturday, Dec. 15, in Chester. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Angela Alberta 'Angie' Black Angela Alberta Black, af- fectionately known as Angle, passed into heaven Dec. 12, 2012. She is the beloved daughter of Karen Hahn, of Sumter, S.C., sister of Joseph Granucci, of Beaver- ton, Ore., and wife of Roger Black, of Quincy. She was blessed with five children: Nicole Hall, of Quincy; David Hall, of Reno, Nev.; and Cherish, Heidi and Raven Kuehlmann, all of Quincy; along with her pre- cious grandchild Maverick Coy, son of Nicole. Angela served our country honorably as a member of the U.S. Navy for four years. She held dual citizenships in the United States and Aus- tralia, where she had resided for 17 years, moving to Quin- cy in 2009. She had been em- ployed at Tracie's Sweet Sur- prises before going to work for the Plumas County Men- tal Health Department. A Memorial Mass was cel- ebrated for the repose of Angle's soul Tuesday, Dec. 18, at St. John's Catholic Church in Quincy. Military honors were bestowed fol- lowing the Mass. Private scattering of her 'cremains will take place off the coasts of Hawaii and Australia. An opportunity to express con- dolences to the family and sign the memorial guest reg- ister is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Angle may have left the earth, but she left behind gifts in memory of her smiles, her kindness, her loyalty and her love. Those of us who loved her will guard these gifts until we join her in God's gentle grace. Love, Morn. Lift up a child's voice. A child's life. CASA Court Appointed Speclol Advocotes FOR CHILDREN PLUMAS CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates are specially trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to advocate for the best interests of an abused, neglected or abandoned child. Volunteer Training begins Jan. 15 call 283-2227 for more information inf o@p lumascasa, org