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2B Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL S q I S T I C S OBITUARIES Vera Nathalie "Sissy" Randolph Fletcher Mom passed away Satur- day, Feb. 18, 2012, at Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nev., after a short illness. She went to her new home in Heaven at 12:47 a.m. where she will be reunited with her many special family members and friends. Gram was born July 13, 1923, in Weinert, Texas, to Leslie "Tex" Randolph and Vera Violet Holton Randolph. She was the oldest of the three children, who included her brother Les Randolph and sister Peggy Lloyd. She loved being with her family and friends, either enjoying the beautiful outdoors, trav- eling the country or enjoying a good meal, but preferably allthree. She also loved to play racquetball well into her late 70s. And as her grand- daughter Bekah stated, she loved pigs! Nat moved to Susanville from Redlands in 1978 where she got to live closer to her son Rodney, daughter-in-law Janet, and grandchildren Tracy and Robert. Many wonderful memories were made during that time. She especially loved to be out helping Rodney with his business. After her son and his family moved to Portola, she stayed in Susanville to be with her many friends who were a constant blessing to her. Foremost was her friend Mark Steele, who for the last 22 years made it his mission to see that she was well taken care of; also her friends and neighbors Jerry, Nadia and Fern. Nathalie is survived by her son, Rodney Jones; daughter- in-law Janet Jones; grand- daughter Tracy Jones Eisele and her daughters Caty, 15, and Bekah, 11; grandson Robert Jones, his wife Jackie Dauk Jones and their chil- dren Emma, 9, and Luke, 7; her sister Peggy Lloyd and her husband, Noel Lloyd; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Finally, Nat is survived by her friend and caregiver, Mark Steele. The family wishes to thank all of the wonderful nurses at Renown Medical Center ICU who helped ease Mom through the final days of her life. Thank you to Molly, Karrie, Alisha, Jim, Jenny and all of the other wonderfUl people. The family asks that in- stead of flowers, a gift of flower bulbs would be appre- ciated, to be planted by the family at Nat's graveside, to bloom for her each spring. Arrangements. were han- dled by Walton's Colonial Mortuary of Susanville. Gram will be remembered with love and humor for the smiles she brought to so many people. Wayne Allen Tweedle Greenville native and long- time Quincy resident Wayne Allen Tweedle passed from this life early Wednesday morning, Feb. 22, 2012, at Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nev., at the age of 67. Born in Greenville May 23, 1944, to Arkansas natives Harold and Birley (Diggs) Tweedle, he was raised in Quincy until age 17 when he moved to the Bay Area. Wayne graduated from Tennyson High School in Hayward, as a member of the Class of 1962. During high school and following his high school graduation Wayne worked for his father in the grocery business. On June 12, 1964, Wayne married the love of his life, Carol Lynn Tollis, in Hayward, and to this wonder- ful union three sons were born. Wayne returned to Quincy in 1968 where he began what became a 31-year career with Safeway, retiring in 1999 as their produce manager. As a youngster, Wayne played in the Quincy Little League during and after their inaugural year and as an adult went on to coach both his children and grand- children as they competed in the league. Another passion of Wayne's was that of racing. He was co-owner with his son David as they helped his grandson Skylar compete in winged go-karts, first in Quincy and later at Cycleland in Chico, later going on to compete in the DART Dwarf Car series. In passing Wayne leaves his loving wife of 47 years, Carol Lynn Tweedle, of Quincy; sons David Gene Tweedle and his wife Cyndi, of Quincy, Seen Wayne Tweedle and his wife Rhonda, of Oklahoma, and eoo nument established 1929 Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET, P.O. BOX 1766 PORTOLA CA 96!22, ...... ;;? , FAX(530) 832-682'8 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET Gentle, effective family dentistry Emily S. Herndon, DDS Lama Linda University School of Dentistryhonors graduate Crowns in one day Safe, proven IV sedation Latest technology reduces discomfort, improves aesthetics New patients, children & emergencies welcome (530) 283-1119 call today for a consultation 431 W. Main St., Quincy getting back on her domestic short hair -0" " ' Delleker area looking for ......... (). , m .. teet bne s [OOKII q the love of her hfe IO and a real sweetheart . 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Following cremation at Fehrman Crematory, private family services will take place at a later date. An opportunity to express condo- lences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com. The family suggests any remembrances in Wayne's memory be made to the Cen- tral Plumas Little League, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quincy, CA 95971. BIRTHS Sophia Jaelyn Marquez Sophia Jaelyn Marquez was born to Gabriela Naranjo and Sergio Marquez, of Quincy, on Feb. 8, 2012, at 8:42 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Sophia weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Magali Erazo and Juan Nunez, of Quincy. Paternal grandparents are Miriam Rodriguez and Mario Marquez, of Quincy. Great-grandparents are Martha Castaneda and Evelio Erazo, of Ecuador; and Miracle Marquez and Florentine and Rodolfo Santos, all of Mexico. Mason Jhyler Simpson Mason Jhyler Simpson was born to Ashley Dunmore and Jeremy Simpson, of Quincy, on Feb. 8, 2012, at 1:04 p.m. at Plumes District Hospital in Quincy. Mason weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Tracee and James Dunmore, of Clovis. Paternal grandparents are Angela Simpson and Tony Canty, of Great Falls, S.C. Great-grandparents are Julia Simpson, of Great Falls, S.C., and Bonnie iMilligarl, of Ennis, Texas. MARRIAGE LICENSE Feb. l0 Angela Duane Quincy. Eaton and Ja,cob Sandlin, botll of CARD of THANKS My heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the Plunnas District Hospital ER, to the paramedics, ambula rice crew, doctors and nurses, for all the thoughtful telephone calls during this very difficult time. A v cry special thank you to John Fehrman for all of his time and help. Love to all. Joeana Frcntz [:HP offers drivers' saTe1:y class The Quincy California Highway Patrol office will offer an "Age Well, Drive Smart" presentation Tues- day, March 6, 5 - 7 p.m. in the Quincy library meeting room. Contact Public Information Officer Lacey HeRman at the Quincy CHP office, 283-1100, to sign up or for more infor- mation. Driving plays an important part in maintaining an active, rewarding lifestyle. It means independence, free- dom and the pursuit of happiness at any age. CHP offers a program designed to help extend the driving years. CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow said, "Our personnel are taking the 'Age Well, Drive Smart' program to California's senior commu- nities." The program is intended to save lives and help older motorists drive as long as possible. A federal grant allows the CHP to continue to offer the free, two-hour senior driver safety/mobility traffic class to California's growing senior population through Sept. 30. "Age Well, Drive Smart" focuses'on educating drivers age 65 years and up. The Keeping Everyone Safe (KEYS) III grant.will also help fund a public awareness campaign, using a variety of available tools to address older adult driving issues. CHP personnel will also conduct educational presen- tations at various venues and will staff traffic safety booths at community events. The California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration pro- vides funding for the KEYS III grant. Obituary Policy Fugitive Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or paid n'en ded ""Obituaries. paidO,bi:tuaries start at $70 arid may ,-appre:, ., include a phot9 f0,r an additiona:l; $!0 ,. Fot moe The California Highway information or to arrange for these notices, contact Patrol apprehended a man any of our offices during business hours or e-mail who was wanted in Lassen typesetting@plumasnews.com, subject obit. County last week. 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