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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 33 VITAL STATISTICS/LAW mi ORDER LIFE TRIBUTES, from page 23 including reprisals of their favorite acts. Jo married Ray Wilson in Whittier in December 1946. Our traveler stopped awhile in Southern California, then moved to Chester with Ray and their two children in 1972. Here, she worked for the US. Forest Service and helped operate Wilson & Son Garage (now The Coffee Station). She also found time to organize Christmas programs, teach Sunday school and direct children’s plays at the Chester Baptist Church. Her descendants recall “Grammy” would never leave the house without lipstick and that she sang, “This is the Day the Lord has Made” as a morning wake-up call. One way she expressed love was, “Would you like to come to church?” Many people mention her Smiling warmth and being inspired by her deep faith. Retirement restarted Jo’s roaming, this time by RV with Ray and other family. The pair especially enjoyed DEATH NOTICE Patrick Joseph Sorosinski Patrick Joseph Sorosinski was born Aug. 30, 1958, in Castro Valley. He graduated from Quincy High School and joined the Army right after graduation. He spent his tour of duty in Germany for four years. After his time in the Army he lived in Meadow Valley and worked for various logging companies. He enjoyed the outdoors, riding his , motorcycle and swimming at Red Bridge. He is survived by his parents, brother, daughter, granddaughter and his dog, Shasta. He passed away unexpectedly in his home in Meadow Valley. There will be no service held as requested. ‘ stops for fellowship and building projects with the Texas Baptist Men. In her final years, living with dementia, her heart and mind traveled as a missionary to all parts of the world. Survivors include husband, Ray; daughter, Sheri; son and daughter-in-law, Dan and Polly; grandchildren, April, Amy, Tiffany, Trenna, John, Dan and Caleb; and 17 great-grandchildren. She outlived her siblings, lone, Buck, Sig, Babe, Jeannetta, Dick and Sunny; as well as daughter-in-law, Kris. Cherry Jo was buried Jan. 2, at Eagle Point National Cemetery in Oregon. Members of her family read a service composed by Chaplain Will Bearden, former minister of the Chester Baptist Church. They also dressed her pink casket with white, pink and purple flowers and fir tree branches brought from Chester. A memorial service will follow in spring. In lieu of flowers, the family appreciates donations in her name to the Red Cross. MARRIAGE LICENSES Dec. 26 Tena LeAnn Cords and Benjamin David Miller, both of Sparks, Nevada. Dec. 27 Charles Joseph Mark Satterfield and Ivy Jean Calhoun, both of Oakland. Alesia Monique Guerra and Tyler Eric Marshall, both of Quincy. Dec. 31 Jaclyn Michelle Fisher and Brendan Allen Herbert, both of Portola. Fredrica Holley and Charles White, both of Portola. . Jan. 2 Cassandra Elaine Anderson and Philip Edward Nicholas Lemaster, both of Lake Almanor. CARDS of THANKS Happy New Year, and many more to follow, to the person who found my purse on the Friday before Christmas, outside of a local service station and took it to my home, where I later found wish to perform. This musical review is a satirical and touching look at dating and relationships. The “Battle of the Sexes” is highlighted from first awkward dates, through Marriage and raising children, to the golden years. The Songs include “Cantata for a first Date,” “Single Man Drought,” “ Why, Cause I’m a Guy,” and a country western take on “Always a Bridesmaid”. Auditions are January 14th and 16th with call backs January 21 at-The West End Theatre, Quincy, 6pm to 8pm There are plenty of roles for both Women and Men. Please be prepared to do scene readings, and sing a song or two as well as dance. Pianists will be provided as well as music from the show. Bring your own sheet music for a number you it, placed outside and totally secure. I can only say, you’ve made this lady very happy in the midst of what was certainly becoming a very high stress and worrisome ordeal. God bless you! This Spring, Feather River College will present the Musical 1 LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE by Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts. SHERIFF’S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff’s Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office. No individuals’ names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of the week’s activity from Dec. 23 to Dec. 30. BY THE NUMBERS 93 calls to dispatch 48 requests for medical assistance 45 requests for a fire department 41 CHP reports 37 requests for assistance 29 reports of suspicious circumstances 20 arrests reported 19 disturbances reported 19 reports to REMSA 17 reports involving children or juveniles 17 traffic-related reports 11 alarms reported 10 civil reports 10 reports to SIFC 10 reports involving intoxication 9 mental health reports 9 reports of harassment 9 reports of trespassing 9 reports involving animal control 9 requests for welfare checks 8 probation reports 7 reports involving domestic violence 6 reports of assisting other agencies 6 reports involving drugs 6 hazard reports 5 requests for extra patrol checks 5 citations issued 5 reports of theft 4 reports involving weapons 4 court-related reports 4 requests for search and rescue 3 reports to child protective services 3 reports to the district ., . attorney i v w' 3 reports of fraud .1 r . .. 3 reports to the USFS 3 deaths 3 sex-related reports 3 requests for medical helicopters 3 requests for BOLOs 3 requests for victim witness Clarification An entry in last week’s sheriff’s blotter indicated a caller reported that their clothes had been damaged; the individual called the Contact Jeff Bryan for more information: (805) 26304847 Hope to see you there! 3 newspaper to say it was just one item of clothing that could be replaced. ARRESTS Blairsden A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with domestic violence and elder abuse. A caller said his wife said she wanted to divorce him and she was going away. A message was left for the caller. A deputy requested medical as a precautionary for the ‘woman. Eastern Plumas Health Care was paged. The deputy notified someone from adult protective services and they were en route to the residence. The deputy also notified victim witness and the district attorney was notified. Chester A sergeant reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. A caller said they had a guest staying at a business who might have some problems. The guest kept calling to get a hold of another guest, but that guest wasn’t answering his phone calls. He wasn’t being rude, but the reporting party wanted the situation on file. Later the reporting party called back and said the man was causing problems. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with movement, and belay techniques. 0 All skill levels are welcome l Date: January 22 —April 8,2020 Time of Day: 5:00 p.m.-8:00 pm. To Register: Quincy, CA 95971 Fax: 530-283-3757 Art Camp Kid’s Café, 570 Golden Eagle Avenue Phone: 530-283-0202 battery. A caller reported that he was assaulted by an unknown fnale. He could describe the man and what he was wearing. He said he was hit in the back of the head with something. He didn’t need medical assistance. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with vandalism. A caller said that someone vandalized his truck during the night. Clio The CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence and having a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher. The CHP reported that someone left in his vehicle en route to a resort. The subject had been drinking. A deputy was attempting to locate the vehicle. Then someone at a resort requested that the same man be trespassed from the property. The man was fired from his job and was then refusing to leave the place. Delleker A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of methamphetamine and probation violation. A caller reported that someone appeared to be taking wood from the neighbor’s yard. Meadow Valley ‘ The CHP reported the arrest of a woman charged with driving under the Community Education Classes Spring 2020 Community Climbing Night — Michael Hall Bethany Rouse Basic instruction will include rock climbing terminology, top rope concepts, Participants who are under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. - Participants may attend as many or few sessons as they wish. Course Fee: $5.00 per session OR $20 for 5 sessions Day of the Week: Mondays & Wednesdays Location: ORL Climbing Wall 1) Print the Registration Form from the FRC website at: .—ed 2) Submit the Registration Form and payment of the Course Fee at each session attended. If you have questions contact Connie Litz at 530—283—0202, ext. 317 45 Thank you to all those who donated to the Plumas Children’s Trust Fund! Through Plumas Children’s Council Mini-grants, the funds are used to provide educational activities to children with disabilities and support children in out-of-home placement. Furthermore, the trust fund sponsors trainings to strengthen families and prevent child abuse as well as facilitates parent support groups and child development education. Please see www.p|umaschildren.or‘g. Funded projects have included: Roundhouse Council TEK Camp & Family Nights Magic Beanstalk Scholarships “How to Parent Your Kids Without Losing Your Mind” Conference Support for Families with Child Disabilities Trauma Recovery & Education How to Manage Anger & Conflict CAP Family Camp Pool Passes for Eligible Families 4-H Summer Camp Kid’s Corner Homeless Project Family Medical Gas Vouchers Magic Beanstalk Players Scholarship Your contribution makes a difference in the lives of children in Plumas County and is greatly appreciated. if mill/In W i. influence and having a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher. A caller reported a single-vehicle accident just west of Snake Lake Road. It was unknown if there were injuries. The information was transferred to the CHP. Quincy Fire and Plumas District Hospital were paged. Portola A deputy reported the arrest of a woman for a warrant. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with domestic Violence and possession of methamphetamine. A caller reported that a woman was stabbed in the neck or in the head by a man. Eastern Plumas Fire and EPHC were staged. A deputy notified victim witness. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating his probation. Quincy The CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with domestic violence. A deputy notified victim Witness. A deputy reported the arrest of a man on a See Blotter, page 4B Feather River College