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2B Wednesday, May 18, 2011 VITAL ST/ITISTICS Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter OBITUARY Curtis Hoover Bryant Curtis Hoover Bryant passed from this life peaceful- ly, under the tender care of the staff at Country Villa- Quincy Tuesday afternoon, May 10, 2011, at the age of 83. Born Oct. 10, 1927, in Swink, Okla., to the late Seth and Virgie (Garrison) Bryant, as a young teen he and his family relocated to Richmond, Calif., where Cur- tis graduated from Richmond High School as a member of the class of 1945. Shortly following gradua- tion Curtis entered the mili- tary and as a proud veteran of World War II served honor- ably as a clerk at Letterman Army General Hospital until his discharge. Curtis, a member of the Teamsters Union Local 315 of Oakland, was a truck driver and enjoyeda career that spanned 45 years. He moved to Plumas County in 2008 from Tyler, Texas, where he had resided for four years prior. Curtis, who enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing, as well as the challenge of a good game of golf, was a longtime member of the Elks Lodge and found pleasure in trying his luck at the black jack tables. In passing he leaves his children Mike Bryant and wife Diana, of Greenville, Debora Millan, of Pinole, and Lynette Wood.and her hus- band John, of Santa Rosa; sis- ters Sarah Jacks, of Ab- byville, S.C., and Rebecca Hervey, of Arkansas; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He joins his three brothers and two sisters in their eter- nal home. A celebration of Curtis' life along with military honors will take place at the grave- side in the Greenville District Cemetery at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 10. An opportunity to ex- press condolences to the fam- ily and sign the memorial guest register is available on- line at fehrmanmortu- The family suggests any re- membrances in Curtis' mem- ory be made to the Patients Activity Fund of Country Vil- la-Quincy, c/o Fehrman Mor- tuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947. M Mallery & Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE • TRUST ADMINISTRATION • ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street, Susanville BIRTH Nicolette Don Cunningham Nicolette Don Cunning- ham was born to Anna Dvorsky and Donald Cun- ningham, of Greenville, on April 30, 2011, at 3:12 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Nicolette weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Roxanne and Paul Davidson, of Sparks, Nev., and Philip Dvorsky of Elk Grove. Pa'ternal grandparents are Toni Hovland, of Greenville, Milo Hovland, of Greenville, and Charles Cunningham, of Quincy. Great-grandparents are Jean and A1 Dvorsky, of Elk Grove, and the Cunning- hams, of Taylorsville. Nicolette is also wel- comed by siblings Philip Cunningham, 11 months, Kara Van Orden, 3, and An- tonia Cunningham, 16. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid Obit-uaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@ plumas-, subject obit hm.ill qmoot 00lnHl_onument ESTABLISHED 1929 • . , + ""?il :il " , Tfi  J MONUMENTS • BENCHES , SIGNS • BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE • MARBLE • NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET • P.O. BOX 1766 • PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832"19C)8 FAX (530) 832-6828 VVWVq.CHILCOOIMONUM ENT COM 1-rili[,,,,, 1 i,, , ,i, , Business Planning & Financial Analysis Workshop for Business Realize the Growth Potential of New orExisting Ventures! 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CARDS OF THANKS We would like to thank the Plumas County theatre- going public for making The Wizard of Oz such a great success! On that note, thank you to the wonderful cast and crew for working so hard. We try to acknowl- edge everyone, but if we have forgotten anyone, please forgive us. One last note, a special thank you to Susie and Bruce Robinson and their wonderful dog "Whisper" for all their time and efforts in making the show some- thing very special. Theresa Gallagher, Drama Director/ Feather River College I'd like to thank the nice person in Susanville who mailed the anonymous box with peanut butter cookies. Also, thanks to the someone who left a bag full in my truck. Whomever you two are, thank you. Tom Wood Quincy [ PLUMASNEWS.COM Road work causes delays in Canyon The California Depart- ment of Transportation con- tinues to work on several projects on State Route 70 from Lake Oroville to Quin- cy. Construction hours are normally between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Fri- day, with some night work anticipated. Motorists should expect delays of up to 15 minutes at each location. Contractor Knife River Construction, of Chico, con- tinues work on a $5 million project between the West Branch Bridge over Lake Oroville and the Pulga Bridge in Butte County. This project, which will repair and rehabilitate, more than 12 miles of roadway, is ex- pected to be completed in late summer. "Caribou Curve" is a $1.4 million safety project located between Belden Town and Twain that began construc- tion May 4.' Work includes modifying a curve and widening the paved shoul- ders to 8 feet. The contractor for this project is Knife River Construction and work hours are between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. weekdays, with 24- hour traffic control begin- ning in June. The Spanish Creek Bridge replacement project contin- ues on State Route 70 in Plumas County. The-$28.3 million project, funded pri- marily by the American Re- covery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, will construct a new 627-foot concrete arch bridge located approximate- ly 40 feet west (downstream) of the existing steel truss bridge that was built in 1932. The new bridge will meet current standards including seismic, permit truck loads and 8-foot shoulders. The contract ws awarded to CC Myers Incorporated and is scheduled for completion in 2013. Roadside message boards will be used to post the latest information. Unexpected weather may prolong or .cause the work to be rescheduled, and permit pro- jects being completed by oth- er agencies could cause de- lays. Caltrans urges mo- torists to plan for delays and use caution in this area. Embezzlement arrest made in L,00yalton The Sierra County Sher- iff's Office in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Call- Honey Lake Vaile, Headstones & Cemetery Supplies ,% Head Stones ,j, ;, Monuments +;, Engraving ,,," Granite or Concrete Coping & Borders Noah  Henri Miller Free installation AVAILABLE 7 0AYS "$" 8 AM-8 PM 257-7523 or Cell 249-9011 Serving Lassen & Plumas es 704-790 Thornton Rd • Susanville I I have a lot of time on my hands since I retired, and I get a little down because I feel that t don't contribute. I mean, how much house cleaning can do? I don't have much money but I am willing to help somehow, but where do t start? Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2724 for information on the many services in the County that need volunteers. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 a ,,r :-- Center or t 1-877-332-2754 283-5515  A program of " "1 Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center fornia Department of Justice is conducting an investiga- tion into the unlawful use of funds belonging to the city of Loyalton. Members of the sheriff's office received information March 27 alleging that a for- mer city employee unlawful- ly accessed and embezzled funds from the city of Loyal- ton. At the time ofne theft it • was alleged that the employ- ee used the position of em- ployment with the city t.o make use of funds for per- ' sonal benefit. The employee, 47-year-old Jennifer Hood, who now is a former resident of Loyalton, was arrested April 2 for a vi- olation of California Penal Code Section 503, Embezzle- ment. The investigation sur- rounding the case is ongo- ing, with additional charges pending based on the devel- opment of new leads. Anyone with information on this case is requested to contact Sheriff's Sgt. 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