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2B Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Stacy Kristine Phelps Chester resident Stacy Kristine Phelps peacefully passed from this life with her husband at her side Monday afternoon, Nov. 19, 2012, at Seneca Healthcare District's hospital in Chester. With un- paralleled grace and dignity Stacy accepted her terminal diagnosis of cancer. Born April 26, 1976, to Mark and Carol (Clemens) Jacobs in Mount Shasta, Sta- cy was raised and educated in the Dunsmuir area of northeastern California. She moved to Chester in 2005 from Kansas. Here, while at-• tending a Chester Elemen- tary PTA Carnival, she met a handsome young gentleman named Brian Phelps who stole her heart when he not only asked her out to dinner but also accepted her three children and their friends on their first date. The couple was united in marriage in Ju- ly 2008, a union that com- bined two sons and two daughters. Although Stacy worked for both Gary Whitmire and for Bailey Creek for brief periods of time, her passion in life was caring for her family. She was a member of the Chester PTA as well as the Boosters and was an active volunteer for anything her children were involved in. In passing Stacy leaves her loving husband, Brian, of Chester; her children Kevin Washington, Dominic Jacobs, • Cheyenne Washington and Danica Phelps, all of Chester; parents Mark Jacobs and LaVon Clemens, both of Chester; grandparents Carol Jacobs, of Foresthill, and Jer- ry and Carol Clemens, of Dunsmuir; brothers Michael Jacobs and wife Candice, of Chester, Isaac Jacobs, of Kansas, and Christopher Roe, of Redding; sisters Gabrilla Jacobs, of Anderson, and Rachel Lind, of Medford, Ore.; and numerous nieces and nephews. A celebration of Stacy's life wi'll take place at 1 p.m. Sat- urday, Dec. 1, at the Almanor Recreation Center.• An "opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest reg- ister is available online at The family asks that any remembrances in Stacy's memory be made to Brian Phelps, c/o Fehrman Mortu- ary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947, to help defray final expenses. The family is sincerely appre- ciative of all the community has provided through their time of need. Albert A. Hugon Retired California High- way Patrol officer Albert A. 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@, subject obit. Attorneys at • Estate Planning • Trust Administration • Family Law 57-4300 125 South Lassen St. Susanville hileoot Monuments • Benches Signs ° Borders Address .Stones GRANITE • MARBLE • NATURAL STONE established 1929 110 PACIFIC STREET • P.O. Box 1766. PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.N ET e a Plumas Rank Facebonk Fanl "AI" Hugon passed from this a longtime friend. The cou- BIRTHS life early Wednesday morn- ple was later married in the ing, Nov. 21, 2012, at the Chester Community UnitedStephen William Waldeck Seneca Healthcare District Methodist Church a mar- Stephen William Waldeck hospitalat the age of 93. riage that lasted until April was born to Erica Cary and A1 was a native of Villar of this year when Ruth StephenWaldeck, ofPortola, on Pellice, Italy, born Oct. 6, passed from this life. Nov. 2, 2012, at 7:51 p.m. at 1919, to Prosper and Virginia A1 was an accomplished Tahoe Forest Hospital in Truc- Hugon. The family immi- artist who enjoyed painting kee. Stephen weighed 8 pounds, grated to the United States seascapes in watercolors, as 1 ounce, and was 21.25 inches when A1 was a young child, well as working with stained • long. The family settled in Man- glass alongside his wife. He His maternal grandparents terey, where A1 graduated enjoyed the outdoors are Ann and BillCary, of Porto- from Monterey High School. through hunting and fishing la. He joined the United States and was a longtime member Paternal grandparents are R. Navy shortly following grad- of the Chester American Le- Stephen Waldeck, of Woodland, uation from high school and gion Post as well as the Call- and Kathy Hansen, of Yuba served his country honor- fornia State Retirees Associ- City. ably as an aviation ra- ation. His great-grandmother is dioman during World War In passing A1 leaves hisSarahWhitton. II. stepdaughter, Carol Lee Following his discharge, Barenchi and her husbandJuliana Kerry Upton A1 returned home to contin- Rick, of Chester; step-grand- Juliana Kerry Upton v as ue his education at an art daughters Teresa, Tracy and born to Ian and Heather Upton, college in San Francisco. Un- Angela; and nephews Albert of Chester, on Nov. 14, 2012, at able to find employment as and Deno Hugon. 12:25 a.m. at Banner Lassen an artist, A1 entered the CHP He joins his loving wife, Medical Center in Susanville. Academy and upon comple- Ruth, stepson Steven Hunt Juliana weighed 8 pounds, 1 tion served as a motorcycle and brother Skip in their ounce and was 20.5 inches in patrolman in the Los Ange- eternal home. length. les Basin for five years be- Military honors will take Maternal grandparents are fore moving to the northeast- place at the graveside in the Pam and Rick Trebes, of Lake ern California community of Chester District Cemetery Almanor. Chester in 1956 where he on Wednesday, Nov. 28. Paternal grandmother is was the resident patrolman An opportunity to express Eileen Upton, of Nashville, until retiringin 1976. condolences to the family Tenn. Following the passing of and sign the memorial guest Maternal great-grandparents his first wife, Mary, he reac- register is available online are Bill and Betty Greene, of quainted himself with Ruth, at Palm Desert. Holiday safety tips from High Sierra Animal Rescue With Christmas just are keys to a safe and enjoy- ’ around the corner, we -_.,,- : able holiday season for you thought it would be appropri- and your pets. ate to review some tips on • On a final note, this is a how to keep your pets safe. "- J[ -" time for giving and to consid- The holiday season can be er those less fortunate. It's a overly stimulating for some great time to stop by your lo- pets considering the extra No MORE cal shelter and volunteer number of family and friends HOMELESS PETS your time or even foster or visiting plus all those treats HIGH SIERRA ANIMAL RESCUEadopt an animal in need. For and gifts around the home. a homeless dog or cat, this Let's start with the Christ- could make the difference be- mas tree. Consider hanging tween being alone or being the more pet-proof ornaments your pets are fed and what with a loving family for the on the lower branches and food and things they may be holidays. make sure any power' cords able to get into. See the help- Helpful links for dangerous are not accessible for some- ful websites below for more foods for dogs and cats: one to chew on. If need be, detailed information on foods For dogs: consider an X-pen (an ex- harmful to dogs and pandable wire or wooden You also want to be awaredeshow-foods. fence) around the tree to keep of your pet's mental welfare, For cats: the pets from rearranging the especially during the hall- ornaments and from opening days. Some animals will eshow-foods. any preseffts prematurely, adapt to the increased activi- High Sierra Animal Res- Most of us know about the ty but many will experience cue's mission ts to rescue harmful effects of chocolate, some level of increased homeless, adaptable pets and grapes/raisins, gar- stress. Consider a closed-off provide them with the care lic/onions, etc. to dogs but room or an open crate to pro- they need until they can be eating artificial plants and vide your pet with a quiet placed into permanent, lov- similar synthetic material is and safe place. 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