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2B Wednesday, July 6, 2011 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter /- / / VITAL S T STICS DEATH NOTICE James Cox Born Oct. 8, 1937, in At- lanta, Ga., James Cox died June 18, 2011, at home in Red- ding. He retired from the Union Pacific Railroad in Portola. He is survived by his wife May; sons Jerry COX, of Oroville, and David Maze, of Meniffe, Calif.; daughter Tamera Wallace, of Oroville; brothers Morris Cox and Ray Cox and sister Vicki Imgram, all of Georgia; and 11 grand- children. A family memorial will be held at the Redding home. OBITUARIES Hilda Fern (Wilkes, Stoy) Sahlberg A memorial service was held for Hilda Fern (Wilkes, Stoy) Sahlberg on June 11, at the Presbyterian Church in Burns, Ore. Hilda passed away at Har- ney District Hospital on May 27, 2011, in Burns with friends and family by her side. Hilda was born June 4, 1933, in Lone Pine, Ore., the youngest child of Granville and Myrtle (Williams) Wilkes. She graduated from Lawen Or. School in 1948, Crane High School in 1952 and Ore- gon Technical Institute in 1953, with a degree in book- keeping. Hilda was an accom- plished barrel racer and horsewoman in her day. For two consecutives years she raised grand-champion steers with exhibitions in San Francisco. Hilda was al- so first princess in the 1951 Harney Co. Fair Court. Hilda then married Bob Stoy and moved to Fairfield to be with Bob while he served in the service at Travis Air Force Base. After that they moved to Indian Valley. Hilda then became a certified nurse's aide, and worked at Greenville and Quincy hospitals and the Quincy Convalescent Hospi- tal. She and Bob raised one son, Daniel Russell Stoy, and one daughter, Pamela (Stoy) Feeley. Hilda moved back to Burns in 1977 and worked at the Harney District Hospital for 24 years before retiring in 2000. She met and married George S,ahlberg, who also worked at the hospital, and spent the next 33 years with George in Burns enjoying life. Hilda was involved in a number of activities and clubs including Harney Co. Historical Society, Harney Co. Senior Center Advisory Board, Old Time Fiddlers, the Burns Lions Club, The Lakeview Eagles and the Blue Mountain Old Time Fiddlers. Hilda was an avid animal lover; she especially loved her dog. She loved working in her yard and flower gar- dens of all kinds. She will be greatly missed by all the friends she has made over the years in Burns and Indi- an Valley. Hilda is survived by her husband, George Sahlberg, of Burns, Ore.; ex-husband and friend Bob Stoy and wife Norma Jean, of Taylorsville; daughter Pam (Stoy) Feeley and husband Frank, of Lake- view, Ore.; and grandsons Joseph Robert Feeley, of Lakeview Ore., and Warren Feeley, who just returned from a tour in Iraq and is stationed in Hawaii. Hilda also is also survived by four great-grandchildren; her brother-in-law Ansel Mar- shall and wife Cindy, of Bend, Ore.; her "adopted kids" Bob and Jackie Drinkwater, of Burns, Ore., and LaDonna Kemp, of M m Mallery 'D Mallery Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S, Gay Street Susanville Crescent Mills; and good friend Annis Lasher, of Burns, Ore. Hilda was preceded in death by her son Daniel Rus- sell Stoy; parents Granville and Myrtle (Williams) Wilkes; one sister; and two brothers. Contributions may be made in Hilda's memory to Harney County Senior Cen- ter, 17 South Alder St., Burns, OR 97720, or Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation, P.O. Box 45, Burns, OR 97720, or the charity of your choice. Barbara Anderson Ortiz Longtime Port Hueneme resident Barbara Anderson Ortiz passed away June 9, 2011, due to complications from a stroke. Born Barbara Sue Ander- son on March 18, 1936, in Ventura, the youngest of three children of Lois and Donald Anderson, Barbara spent her youth in Saticoy, Long Beach and Port Huen- eme, attending Hueneme El- ementary School and gradu- ating from Oxnard High School. She married John Ortiz in 1952, and the couple re- mained in Port tlueneme where they raised three chil- dren. Barbara earned a B.A. degree from CSU Northridge studying art, continuing lat- er to earn an M.A. degree in childhood education. Bar- bara fulfilled her lifetime dream of becoming a teacher, her career begin- ning in 1968 with the Huen- eme School District at ttolly- w0od Beach Sc:lbol, where she remained until her re- tirement in 1995. After moving to Chester in 2006, Barbara spent her time sewing, quilting, maintain- ing an extensive vegetable and flower garden, singing in the local community 00onumint ESTABLISHED 1929 MONUMENTS BENCHES SIGNS BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE 110 PACtFIC STREET p.o. BOX 1766 .PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUM ENT.COM ,7 between chorus, and bird watching. Barbara is survived by her husband, John; children, Catherine, Norman and John; daughter-in-law Con- nie; grandsons John and Nils; brother Norman Ander- son and family; and nephew Donald Anderson and fami- ly. Barbara is a past president of the Chester Piecemakers Quilt Guild, to which she brought her special skills and humor for all the mem- bers to benefit from. She will be greatly missed in this, her adopted community! A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 16, 4 p.m., at the Chester Commu- nity United Methodist Church, 386 Main St., Chester. Kristine Susan Cavaille Kristine Susan Cavaille was born Jan. 5, 1949, in Quincy. She died unexpect- edly in Chico on June 18, 2011. Kristy and her family, in- cluding her aunt, uncle and cousins, lived in Cromberg until midway through the third grade. The two families operated the general store, post office and cabin rentals in Cromberg. Kristy, being the only girl out of six children, learned to shoot a basketball and catch and hit a baseball as well, and perhaps better, than her brothers and cousins. In 1957 she moved with her family to Blairsden and at- tended Portola Elementary School. Her years in the Portola school system were fruitful and enjoyable. She was an ex- cellent student who enjoyed many friends and in 1967 Kristy was crowned Home- coming Queen for' Portola High School. She was physi- cally active and was consid- ered one of the better skiers/racers at the Johns- ville Ski Hill. Skiing came nat- urally to her with a style that was easy and effective. She successfully competed in sev- eral races. Kristy attended Chico State later that year but be- cause of ongoing physical ailments that stayed with her until her death, she moved to the Bay Area to work. With a new group of friends, she left the states to tour Europe. She stayed and worked in Switzerland for over a year and visited sev- eral European countries. Up- on her return to the United States, she again worked in the Bay Area and then on to Sacramento, Indian Valley and Mohawk Valley. Kristy had many talents and enjoyed artistic endeav- ors such as sketching, paint- ing, woodworking and pho- tography. Over the last 30 years she suffered from chronic arthri- tis, back problems and heart irregularities. On Saturday, June 18, she died of heart failure. Kristy is survived by her mother, Helen, and her two brothers, Edward and Michael. She was an aunt to Brodie and Tanner Cavaille. She was preceded in death by her father, Rene Cavaille. Kristy is, and will always be, dearly missed. Mary Ann Gart0n Mary Ann Garton died June 24, 2011. She was born the only daughter of Alta Rowena (Sanderson) and Au- gust Jasper Lohman on Sept. 15, 1938, in Bakersfield, Calif. As a child growing up in Newhall, she attended school and graduated from William S. Hart High School. It was there that she met and mar- tied Ed Hall Jr. Mary Ann, Ed and their three children moved to Sierraville in 1964, realizing their dream of raising their family in the beautiful sur- roundings of the Sierras. She was a familiar face in the small town. A member of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, she spent many hours with other local I I 'JHoney Lake Valleyl00 Headstones & Cemetery Supplies Noah & Henri Miller -,': Head Stones :, Monuments ,':, Engraving -:: Granite or Concrete Coping & Borders Free installation AVAILABLE 7 DAYS : 8 AM-B PM 257-7523 or Cell 249-9011 Setng Lassen & Plumas Counties i 704-790 Thornton Rd Suganville r ladies hosting annual Hunters' Breakfasts, baby showers and holiday festivi- ties. Mary Ann loved the out- doors and, together with her family and friends, camped, fished, hunted, rode snow- mobiles and helped her fami- ly grow in the snow covered mountains. She was a mem- ber of the original 49er Ski Club and made frequent weekend trips to the Old Yu- ba Pass and Johnsville ski resorts, often helping out in the local competitions. She was a 4-H leader, and pa- tiently and lovingly taught the local children. Mary Ann learned to play piano at an early age and their home was always filled with music and children. She later became a teacher and tutor for those with learning disabilities at Sier- raville Elementary School. She loved her job and the special people she worked with. Later she married Doug Garton and together they ran a fishing and camp- ing business and lived year- round at Webber Lake. She was an excellent marksman and equipment operator and enjoyed the challenge of Webber country. Mary Ann is survived by her husband, Doug Garton; sons Eddie and Chuck Hall; daughter Dixie Lee and son- in-law Robert Higgins; granddaughters Katie, Jen- nifer, Bailey and Karly; and great-grandson Alex. Her positive attitude, hu- mor and love of life will live on in the hearts of many and she will be missed. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. on July 30, at the Sierraville Community Church. Memorial donations may be made in her name to your local hospice group. MARRIAGE LICENSES June 16 Lynne Michelle Putnam and Scott Michael Pisan, both of Henderson, Nev. June 20 Ashleigh Elizabeth Francis, of Quincy, and Brandon Dean Brimm, of Chatsworth. Michelle Marie Keely and Richard Douglas Ely, both of Quincy. June 22 Lindsey Ann Wallace and Michael. Loren Gay, both of Reno. Sharlene Ann Weber and Christopher Michael Shea, both of Quincy. For BIRTHS, see page 3B 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@ plumasnews.com, subject obit. SIERRA PACIFIC INDUSTRIES Laborers Are you looking for employment with a stable and progressive company? We offer family wages, full benefits package which includes, health benefits, dental and vision, vacation, holidays, retirement and advancement opportunities. 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