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2B Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, RecOrd, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES In 1984, his next assign- ment was with IBM World McMorrow Zola Rae Rice Trade Japan. His last assign- Elizabeth Zola Rae  ment was Country Manager Wysham Me- Rice died at i of China. He retired after 30 Morrow, "Beth," Enloe Hospital years with IBM at Lake A1- died Aug. 29, 2010, at her Aug. 21, 2010. manor at age 52. home in Quincy. A memorial Dad spent time traveling She was born service was all over the U.S., including Aug. 21, 1950, in held Saturday, two trips to Alaska. He loved Aug. 28. golf, tennis, hiking, horses, She is survived by her daughter, Suzy Miner; sons, Robert Rean, Walter Rice and daughter-in-law, Mary Rice; grandson and wife, Robert and Emily Rice; granddaughter, Kara Rice; sisters, Beryl Eisinger and Gayl Gallagher; brothers, Gary Lohse and Woodly Lohse. Zola Rae was a member of Eastern Star for more than 50 years and was a six-year resi- dent of Chester. She also be- longed to Chester Piece Mak- ers Quilt Guild. Her claim to fame was that she was a mother and a grandmother first and a lov- ing sister and friend. Glenn Long Glenn E. Long passed away Aug. 24, 2010, surrounded by his loving family. He was born March 17, 1935, in Red- ding. He was married in San Diego, in February 1954, to his wife Monte. He grew up in Chico. Dad proudly served in the U.S. Air Force. In 1959, he began his career for IBM in Sacramento. He held branch manager posi- tions in San Francisco and Oakland, and the Oregon branch office in Portland. RV traveling, and spending time with his family. He also loved boating and camping with his kids. He taught all of us to water ski, swim, and love sports. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Glenn is survived by his wife of 56 years, Monte; three children, Scott, Terri and Sta- cy; his brother, Dave Long; 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. We would like to thank Kolob Care and Rehabilita- tion of St. George and Zion&apos;s Way Hospice for their loving care. Their kindness and gen- tle attention to our dad will always be remembered. They are angels among us. Arrangements entrusted to the care of Pine View Mortu- ary, St. George, Utah. For condolences and a full obitu- ary, go to pineviewmortu- William H. Foster William H. Foster, age 81, of Eatonville, Wash., died Aug. 27, 2010, at his home in Serenity Acres of °// ili .' natural causes. Mr. Foster is survived by two daughters, Marcia Hardisty and Candy Putinta (Mike); and a brother, Lon- hie Foster. He also leaves be- hind six grandchildren, 14 great-grandchild and four great-great-grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by his wife, Rosalie, and stepson, Randy. Bill was a long-time resi- dent of Portola and was an engineer for Union Pacific Railroad. He grew up in Southern California; the old- est son of William and Ber- nice (Sally) Foster. When he was hired by the railroad at the age of 22, he was originally assigned to the Santa Fe route in South- ern California. At the suggestion of a close friend, Bill investigated the northern train routes in 1970 and fell in love with the beauty of the Sierras. Bill and Rosalie relocated to Portola, where they re- mained until after his retire- ment from the railroad in 1989. In retirement, Bill and Rosalie enjoyed life in Hemet, until her death in 2003. At that time, he relocat- ed to Washington to live with his daughter. As his health declined, he elected to reside at Serenity Acres Adult Family Home. At Bill's request, services will not be held and he was cremated. nument ESTABLISHED 1929 < ............., l/ IT MONUMENTS • BENCHES SIGNS - BORDERS ADDRESS STONES GRANITE - MARBLE - NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET • P,O. BOX 1766 • PORTOLA CA 96122 (530} 832-1908 FAx (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.COM PLUMAS MEDICAL SERVICES In memory Respiratory & Home Health Equipment PLUMAS COUNTY'S ONLY LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED HOME OXYGEN AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT PROVIDER EQUIPMENT • Home Oxygen • CPAP • Nebulizers SERVICE • All products are delivered to the home or hospital • Complete use and care • Hospital Beds instructions • Wheelchairs • 24-hour, seven-day-a-week service • Walkers • Medicare assignment, Private insurance billing • MediCal EXPERIENCE • 30 years local experience • Accredited • Bonded • All employees licensed by Dept. of Health Services PLUMAS MEDICAL SERVICES David Schramel PO Box 185 Taylorsville, CA 95983 Locally owned and operated 800-506-5094 284-1744 (Greenville) 283-5544 (Quincy) 258-3244 (Chester & Lake Almanor) 832-0444 (Eastern Plumas & Sierra Valley) 284-1795 (Fax) II Elizabeth Wysham Berkeley, to Helen and James Wysham. One of four chil- dren, Beth was the only daughter. She graduated from Hum- boldt State University with a Bachelor's degree in geogra- phy in 1972, and earned her teaching credential from Chico State University in 1988. Beth married John McMor- row June 17, 1972. An accomplished artist and illustrator, she showed her great love of nature in her wonderful bird and flower drawings. Beth taught school in Quin- cy for 20 years, receiving the highest accolades from fellow teachers and students alike. She was very active in com- munity service, most recently as a board member of the Feather River Land Trust, striving to preserve the land and natural resources for fu- ture generations. Beth is survived by her mother, Helen; husband, John; sons Ian (Audrey), and Matthew (Stephenie); and grandchildren Julianna and Bradley. She is also survived by her brothers, William (Lark), Thomas (Barbara) and Richard; nieces, nephews and many dear friends. A celebration of Beth's life will be held Saturday, Sept. 11, at 1 p.m., at the Church of Je- sus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Bucks Lake Rd. in Quincy. Her family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to the Feather River Land Trust. DEATH NOTICE Marge Lay Yancey Marge Lay Yancey, 93, died Aug. 29, 2010, in Chico. She was born Oct. 30, 1917. She is survived by Charles Lay and family of Chico. BIRTH Cooper Russell Hays Cooper Russell Hays was born to Sarah Rose and Roland Hays of Meadow Valley Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010, at 1:16 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and measured 20-1/2 inches at birth. Maternal grandparents are Shelly and Arney Pinelli of Quincy and Scott Rose of Portola. Paternal grandparents are Melissa and Rusty Hays of Meadow Valley. Great-grandparents are Dale Hays Sr., also of Mead- ow Valley; DeAnne and Leonard Mosley and Jane and Tom Gossett, all of Quincy; Doris Rose and Thomas Asbury, both of Arizona; and Gene and Charlene Machado of Ar- royo Grande. Great-great-grandmother is Thelma Johnson. Bently Wyatt Vaughn Bently Wyatt'Vaughn was born Aug. 30, 2010, to Ashley Wade and Rory Vaughn at Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nev. He weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces, and was 18-1/4 inches long. M Mallery & Mailer.), Attorneys at Law PROBATE • TRUST ADMINISTRATION • ESTATE PLANNING .2571430000: 75 S. Gay Street, Susanville -q PET ANNOUNCEMENT i" In Loving Memory of Kyla A 7-year-old Border Collie who was euthanized in July of 2010 Paternal grandparents are Mark and Martha Vaughn of Greenville; maternal grand. mother is Patty Wade of Reno. Bently joins big sister Alexus Vaughn, 10. MARRIAGE LICENSES Aug. 26 Amanda Christine Barnes and Mark Alvin Turnerl both of Quincy. Aug. 31 Anne Marie Tansey and Derek Eugene Yoakum, both of Blairsden. CARDS OF THANKS Members of the committee that opposed Measure B wish to express our thanks to the many people who con- tributed to that effort. You displayed signs and wore pins when it was not clear which way the wind might blow. You contributed mon- ey that enabled us to publish corrective information and a more complete explanation of our position. An impres- sive list of you added your names to our ads opposing Measure B. And a great many of you voted to sup- port our hospital and its vi- tal role in our community. Maybe the best thanks to all of you is to say that we have decided to remain fully engaged in the effort. We don't intend to duplicate or interfere with the roles that must be played by the hospi- tal board and its administra- tion. But as individuals we pledge our continued in- volvement. As a committee, we're looking for a new name, an appropriate role, and additional members. To get our renewed effort start- ed on the right foot, this ad is paid for by our individual members, not from the pre- vious campaign funds. That small remaining balance goes instead to the Hospital Foundation. Once again, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Obituary Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid Obituaries. Paid Obituaries start at $70 and may in- clude a photo for an addi- tional $10. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@ plumas-, subject obit PUSD to form Facilities Advisory Committee Superintendent PUSD Glenn Harris Picking up where we left off last spring, our district is now accepting applications for one community member from each of the four areas within our county to serve on a Facilities Advisory Committee. The committee is charged with the responsibility of analyzing district facilities in the areas of ,maintenance and operational costs, use patterns, trends, educational programming and delivery of services costs, transportation patterns and costs, and other items affecting the long term operational costs of district services. The end product will be prioritized recommendations from the committee to the governing board for future decisions regarding our facilities. The committee will be composed of the following from each community area: site administrator, teacher, classified staff, parent/community member, and our director(s) of Maintenance & Operations, and Business Services. Site principals will be working with their communities to solicit community involvement and will fonard the names of the individuals to the Superintendent's office by Friday, September 17. Current community applicants will have their names reviewed by their area site administrators for consideration. This is an opportunity to become involved in a coordinated effort to systematically analyze district facility use patterns and expenses to make informed recommendations for the future of the Plumas Unified School District. Rotary in Kindergarten Local Rotarians across the county get involved in early childhood literacy by volunteering their time in our kindergarten classrooms. The volunteer Rotarians, once per month, introduce a new Read Aloud book to all kindergarten students in our district. Upon sharing and discussing the monthly book with students, each classroom is presented the book as a gift to expand their student library. In addition, three times per year, our local clubs present the Read Aloud book as a gift to each individual student. Students then take their new book home to family for sharing and re-reading of the story. By exposing more children to quality literature, we can increase student interest in words, print, and books. Research demonstrates that those children who are exposed to print and books at early ages are more successful in school. Sincerely, Glenn R. Harris, Superintendent ] i .... ' ' ' "  ' ' ! /!i,itlll,!lit ,ih ' , ',, , llilli, i,illll;lilt J: :ii7;,:"" ", lT'i'lll]lTttiil 7ilT,l[l,il/ll177Hilf/thirlJ[Tlliilili]li:I, IilllltfflTllllil:ltltFV  .... -'r ..... i  .... : y -r ..... : .....