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2B Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Arba "Art" Rolla Rice Longtime Chester resident Arba Rolla Rice passed from this life peacefully, Saturday morning, Dec, 12, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital inRed Bluff, at the age of 91. Born Feb. 18, 1924, in Oakland, to the late Rolla and Mary Ellen (Campbell) Rice, Art -- as he affectionately became known -- was raised and educated in Oakland where he graduated from high school. Shortly out of high school, he went on to serve his country honorably as a member of the Merchant Marines during World War II. While working as a photographer at a local carnival, he met a pretty young lady, Norma Davis, and it was love at first sight. The couple was united in matrimony the next day in Reno, Nevada, a marriage that only ended after her passing some 45 years later. To this union a son and daughter were born. The couple settled in the northeastern California lumber community of Chester in 1949 where Art worked for the Collins Family at their Chester Mill for 40 years, retiring as one of their distinguished chip truck drivers. He was a longtime member of the z Lumber and Industrial ' Workers Union Local 3074. Outside of his family, Art had a passion for wood crafting. He enjoyed remodeling his home and will be remembered by many in the community for the beautiful wooden chests and birdhouses he crafted. He also enjoyed the outdoors hunting and fishing. In his passing, Art leaves his loving daughter, Mary Ellen Knauer and her husband Siegfried (Fred), of Willows; and granddaughter Julie Olivera, her husband Michael Hull and great-grandson Jay Nolan Olivera, all of Willows. He joins his beloved wife, Norma, his son Mike, grandson Justin, brother Frank and sister Arline Shrum in their eternal home. Graveside services were held Dec. 19 in the Chester District Cemetery. An opportunity to express condolences to the family, along with signing the memorial guest register, is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. Lawrence Severin Storro Lawrence "Larry" Storro passed from this life peacefully at his home in' Scottsdale, Arizona, on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015, at the age of 95. He was born on June 4, 1920, to John and Kristine (Korsedal) Storro, on their farm in San Joaquin County near Lodi. The Storros had emigrated from Norway in the early 1910s. His mother had a small corner grocery store and, as a young teenager, Larry would transport groceries to the store from the local Bert McDowell warehouse, which later became United Wholesale Grocers. He was hired at 15 years of age to work fulltime as a delivery person for the warehouse and quickly worked his way into management. In the 1950s, he was given the responsibility for the first computers to come into existence at the company. In 1939, he met Blanche Victoria Robles at the local soda fountain in Lodi. They fell in love, married, and to this union two daughters were born. Larry worked for United Wholesale Grocers in Lodi, Sacramento, and Oroville for 37 years. During this time, Anderlini & McSweeney LLP Terry Anderlini is a Northern California Super Lawyer, a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and Past President of the State Bar of California. We specialize in litigation including wild ftre litigation and serious personal injury cases. Local References Call 650-212-0001 and ask for Terry Andedini or Chris Andersen tanderlini@amlawoffice.com candersen@amlawffice'cm Where do I turn for hel Bullied? Harassed? At the End of Your Rope? The Plumas-Sierra Crisis Line at: 530-283-4333 1-877-332-2754 for information & referrals. }lumasnews.com Text: Here2Help to 72727 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center he became an avid horseman and proud member of the Sacramento County Sheriffs Posse mounted drill team. He spent many hours practicing with the award winning drill team and training his palomino horses. The team traveled to performance events such the annual Grand National Exposition, at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, the California State Fair and numerous parades throughout the year. In 1972, Larry was taken by an ad in the paper for a bowling alley for sale in Portola. After visiting Portola and the bowling alley, he sold his home and rental property and purchased the Ponderosa Bowl in the small Sierra Nevada community. Together, LarrY and Blanche developed a very popular family-oriented business that was a hub of activity for the next 25 years. Larry and Blanche retired to Walnut Creek in 2000 to join residence with their daughter and son-in-law. In 2008, Blanche, his loving wife and best friend of nearly 70 year,s passed away. The family moved to Scottsdale, Arizona, in 2012 for the warm dry air and wide open spaces. Larry easily made friends with everyone he met. He was well-known for his kindness and heart of gold: His sharp mind and incredible sense of humor n ver faded through all his 95 years. He was always the gentleman, even while triumphing over his caregivers at games of Yahtzee and Rummikub. Larry was preceded in death by his wife Blanche; and brother John Storro, of Lodi, in 1972. In passing, he leaves his daughters, Jacquelyn Ghormley, of Eugene, Oregon, and Judith Storro Shepard, of Scottsdale, Arizona; grandchildren Ronald Cox, of Portola, and Russel Cox, of Eugene, Oregon; great-grandchildren Samuel, Sarah, Joshua, and Jessica; and godfather, David Dykes. MARRIAGE LICENSES Dec. 21 Kealohi Apiolefaga Peiler and Anna Charis Young, both of Portola. 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@plumas news.com, subject: obit. The U.S, Department of any owner of a small, recreation will only have to Transportation's Federal unmanned aircraft who hasregister once and may use the Aviation Administration previously operated an same identification number recently announced a unmanned aircraft for all of their model streamlined and exclusively as a model unmanned aircraft. The user-friendly web-based aircraft prior to Dec. 21, registration is valid for three aircraft registration process must register no later than years. for owners of small, Feb. 19, 2016. The normal registration unmanned aircraft weighing Owners of any other small, fee is low, but in an effort to more than 0.55 pounds (250 unmanned aircraft purchased encourage as many people grams) and less than 55 for use as a model aircraft as possible to register pounds (about 25 kilograms) after Dec. 21 must register quickly, the FAA is waiving including payloads such as before the En'st flight this fee for the first 30 days on-board cameras, outdoors. Owners may use (from Dec. 21 to Jan 20). The Registration Task either the paper-based "We expect hundreds of Force delivered process or the new thousands of model recommendations to FAA streamlined, web-based unmanned aircraft will be administrator Michael system, purchased this holiday Huerta and Transportation Owners may register season," said Huerta. Secretary Anthony Foxx on through a web-based system "Registration gives us the Nov. 21. The rule incorporates at faa.gov/uas/registration, opportunity to educate these many of the task force Owners using the new new airspace users before recommendations, streamlined web-based they fly so they know the "Make no mistake: system must be at least 13 airspace rules and unmanned aircraft years old to register, understand they are enthusiast are aviators, and Registrants will need to accountable to the public for with that title comes a great provide their name, home flying responsibly." deal of responsibility," said address and email address. The online registration Foxx. "Registration gives Upon completion of the system does not yet support us an opportunity to work registration process, theregistration of small, with these users to operate web application will unmanned aircraft used for their unmanned aircraft generate a Certificate ofany purpose other than safely. I'm excited to Aircraft Registration/Proof hobby or recreation --for welcome these new aviators of Ownership that will example, using an into the culture of safety include a unique unmanned aircraft in and responsibility that identification number forconnection with a business. defines American the small, unmanned The FAA is developing innovation." aircraft owner, which must enhancements that will Registration is a statutory be marked on the aircraft, allow such online requirement that applies to Owners using the model registrations by Spring of all aircraft. Under this rule, aircraft for hobby or 2016. Stewardship lition to meet Jan. 6 Rachael Norton Biomass facility all surfaced If you are passionate about Outreach Coordinator with enthusiasm and vision making positive changes to Plumas County Fire Safe Council for a landscape scale strategy our area, come to our Jan. 6 that would provide an array meeting. Whether it's helping The December meeting of of benefits to the land and our create jobs and boosting the the Feather River communities, local economy, or simply you Stewardship Coalition in With momentum gaining, love our local forests and Quincy gave us new vision our next meeting will be on want to protect them from and motivation for the Jan. 6, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the wildfires like the ones that coming year as we wrapped Plumas County Library. happenevery summer all up 2015 with some final We will continue gathering around us, we want to hear changes, this collection of ideas and your thoughts and ideas. Our charter was adopted pooled resources with a The time is ripe for the with a few provisions, taking presentation from the Plumas creation of a large-scale, the Coalition a step further National Forest on their suite long-term plan that involves a towards becoming an official of projects that have diverse group of people and group. We had our final vote environmental organizations working on loges from the students of documentation complete, but together to achieve our Feather River College and need funds for the actualoverlapping goals and chose a modern design by treatments, encourage growth of our local artist and student We would also like to reach common values here in the Kaylamae Kelton. out to any other groups that SierraNevadas. The group also had healthy have project ideas, and Contact Rachael Norton discussions on our next steps individuals who are with the Plumas County Fire and a strategy to create a interested in seeing forest Safe Council at 238-7206 or long-term plan for the management or any kind ofvisit the FRSC website at Coalition. Ideas on grant land restoration in a featherriversc.org for more opportunities, particular area around information on the FRSC and multi-landowner projects and Plumas County or the our progress in landscape updates on the Loyalton surrounding areas, restoration. Eagle Lake district closed for firewood cutting Wet weather is prompting Lassen National Forest officials to suspend firewood cutting on the Eagle Lake Ranger District, which corresponds to Zone V on the Fuelwood Cutting Map. Depending upon the weather, Zone V is expected to re-open sometime in late May or early June. District Ranger Matt Boisseau announced that the temporary suspension of fuelwood cutting in Zone V will go into effect, tomorrow, December 31. The provision for this measure is contained in Section D.1 of the Fuelwood Cutting Requirements. The closed area can be identified on the fuelwood cutting map that accompanies the fuelwood permit. During the temporary closure period, these permits will not be valid in Zone V. "The closure helps protect natural resources by preventing ruts in roads and meadows where woodcutters drive to get to firewood," said Eagle Lake District Timber Management Officer Susan Wilcox. 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