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:213 Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Michael Timothy Wilson . Nadine Bartholf known for his kindness and compassion and will forever live on in the hearts of loved ones. Michael was a 1982 graduate of Greenville High School. After high school he joined the Army and attained the rank of Sergeant Michael Wilson, US Army Airborne Ranger. Michael enjoyed dancing with friends and family. He was a lifelong Minnesota Viking fan. Michael was the sixth of nine children. He is survived by his sister Linda Wilson of Klamath Falls, Ore.; brother James Wilson, of Greenville; sister Patricia McCutcheon, of Taylorsville; brother Thomas Wilson, of Rend, Nev.; sister Tammy Sennett, of Greenville; sister Diana Nolen of Rend, Nev.; brother Andrew Wilson, of Greenville; brother Dennis Tommervik, of Santa Rosa; brother Thomas Hennessey, of San Francisco. Michael's personal wish was to have a Celebration of Life which will be announced at a later date. Online condolences may be posted at chapelofthe pines Melba "Nadine" Bartholf pissed away peacefully on Michael Timothy Wilson, Jan. 13, 2014, in Chico, at the born in Healdsburg, on age of 85. April 2, 1964, passed away She was born in the Bay peacefully on Jan. 7, 2014. Area and lived in Greenville He is survived by his wife for more than thirty years. It of 23 years, Brenda of was there she met and Placerville; son, Jeffrey of married her childhood Folsom; and daughter, sweetheart, Byron Bartholf, Kathryn of Placerville. who preceded her in death in Michael was a great 2002. husband; father, brother, Nadine and Byron had uncle and friend to many. four children, Lee, Lynn, Michael always strived to Nada and Peter. make a positive impact on In 1971, the family moved every person he met by to Susanville and she lived putting a smile on their face there until moving to Chico and showing his love in 2003 to be closer to family through hugs. Michael was a members. Morn worked at hard-working generous man the Auditor's Office in Susanville for many years and enjoyed her time there and the many friends she made. Nadine loved to cook and share her recipes as well as the delicious treats she made with friends and family. She loved music and played the piano her entire life. Even when her fingers no longer wanted to cooperate, she figured out a way to play her Sunday morning church music for her friends at The Terraces, wher9 she lived for the past ten years. Morn loved her family and took particular joy in watching her beloved great-grandchildren, Will and Ava, growing up. She is survived by her daughters, Lynn Woods and Nada Bartholf (Mike Myatt); son, Peter Bartholf; sister, Mary Studley; granddaughter, Stacy Edwards and great-grandchildren, Will and Ava Edwards. The family would like to thank all of her friends and staff at The Terraces for their friendship and care. A special thank you to Mariann Ysordia, the workers from Senior Assistants and Merit Medi-Trans for their caring hands when she no longer could help herself. Mom has requested no memorial services be held and to have a private burial with family only. She will be buried in Greenville, with her husband, Byron and her son, Lee and will be at peace with them. Leslie-Ann Openshaw Leslie-Ann Openshaw went to sleep peacefully in death at her home in Pahoa, Hawaii, of natural causes, Jan. 13, 2014. Leslie leaves her two sons Conrad Kelonu Ragsdale, 9, and Zane Leland Ragsdale, 7. Born in Quincy to Barbara Burge and Stanley Openshaw, on Nov. 25, 1983, she was the last of seven children: Shane, Chris, Angie, Wyatt, Robin and Cody Openshaw. She also loved her four stepbrothers: Jason, Matt, Andrew, and Jeremy Mouser, and is also survived by grandparents Robert and Harriet Taylor, and 16 nieces and nephews. Her caring touch and therapeutic healing was reflected in her chosen profession as a massage therapist. She was one of the best!' The light of her life was being a mother to Conrad and Zane. Sharing nature and her enthusiasm for music enhanced their lives. Leslie, your free spirit affected everyone who knew you. We will miss your warm smile, your giggle, your sense of humor, your loyalty to family and friends and your passion for life! Her mother Barbara and stepfather Neal Burge will celebrate her life with family and friends in the spring of 2014. Time and date to be announced. 'OOt Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE established 1929 I10 PACIFIC STREET P.O. Box I766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 W~PvV.CHILCOOTMONUM ENT.N ET Reg. $1995 Fully assembled, ready to go! 22 ton vertical/horizontal Log Splitter 6.5 HP (206cc) horizontal shaft engine 12 second cycle time 7 inch wedge Log opening 25 inch maximum Beam, 6 inch heavy duty formed steel 507 Bell Lane Quincy Open Mon.-Fri., 8am - 5pm BIRTHS Paternal grandparents are Steve and Cindy Ayotte, Kenzie Benaye Ayotte of Montrose, Colo., and Kenzie Benaye Ayotte was Kerry and Teresa Bellamy, born to Jessica and Troy of Quincy. Ayotte, of Graeagle, Nov. 28, Great-grandparents are 2013, at 11:50 a.m., at Plumas Glenn and Dora Michael. District Hospital in Quincy. of Quincy, and Grace Kenzie weighed 7 pounds, 7 Ayotte, of Montana. ounces and was 21 inches in Kenzie is also welcomed length, by siblings William, 11, Maternal grandparents Heather, 9, Troy (Bear), are Tom and Cathy Michael, 5, and Aidyn, 16 months. of Quincy, i Wina ! & Wlllo w cheese ball ,. &. alp mlxes for your football parties Expires 1-30-14 Phmas Pines Center Quincy F am' m m m m m B m m mm ~ ~ II Expires 1-30-14 Seth David Eisenbeiss Seth David Eisenbeiss was born to Amanda and Richard Eisenbeiss II Jan. 1, 2014, at 7:51 p.m., in Rend, Nev. Seth weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 20 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Susan and Marty Cnossen. Paternal grandparents are Kathy and Richard Eisenbeiss I. Great-grandparents are Ted and Georgia Hiatt. Seth is also welcomed by siblings Jacob, 8 and T)ylan, 7: CARDS of'THANKS There are simply no words to express my heart felt thanks for the sympathy all of you have extended toward me and my family during this time of loss. We are deeply grateful. All of you have been a rock to me. I know Bob treasured your friendships and you are helping me fill the hole in my heart and void in my life. Thanks to everyone for all the cards, prayers, visits, flowers and offers of help and loving support during this difficult time. Save the date of June 21st for a celebration of Bob's life at Almanor Wesf Rec Area. It will be a gathering of family, friends, food, music and old cars. Thank you again. Karyn Merriman and family MARRIAGE LICENSES January 16 Amber Starling Rossi and Jeremy Lake Mouser, both of Quincy. January 17 Rebeca Joy Penn Pelayo and Christopher Douglas Cox, both of Loyalton. MANNI FUNERAL HOME AND EVERGREEN CREMATORY CAL-FD 158 - CR IVED. 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