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2B Wednesday, July 10, 2013 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS OBITUARIES Ina Gray Sally Gray cherished niece and nephew Betsy (Kurt) Van Hees and Scott (Michelle) Capifoni and much loved Great-"Ant Sally" to Jack, Sam and Bridget Capifoni. Dolores "Molly" Magee Please join us for a remembrance of Ina Gray and her daughter Sally on Saturday, July 20, 2013. The family will host a service at 12:30 p.m., followed by a reception at their home in Chester. Ina passed peacefully in Red Bluffon Jan. 1, 2013. Ina was born in Arlington, Ore., on Jan. 8, 1916, to John Henry Leghorn and Florence Isabel Irvine. Ina was a long-time resident of Chester and, in her later years, was a snowbird spending her winters in Red Bluff and the remainder of the year in Chester. In Ina's lifetime, she was very active in PTA, Girl Scouts, Eastern Star (past Worthy Matron) and P.E.O. Ina did exquisite handwork, making many beautifully knit and crocheted dresses, coats, sweaters, hats, mittens, and dolls for her, family and friends. Ina also crocheted afghans that she donated to her numerous charities. Ina was preceded in death by her husbahd Lloyd Gray and her sister Lorene McClaskey; and survived by her daughters Susie (Lout Capifoni and Sally Gray; her grandchildren Betsy (Kurt) Van Hees and Scott (Michelle) Capifoni and her great-grandchildren Jack, Sam and Bridget Capifoni. Ina was deeply loved by her family and will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by those whose life she touched. Please join us for a remembrance of Sally Gray and her mother Ina on Saturday, July 20, 2013. The family will host a service at 12:30 p.m. followed by a reception at their home in Chester. Sally passed away on Feb. 9, 2013, at her home in Red Bluff, surrounded by her family and her crazy kitten, Zack. Sally was born to Lloyd andlna Gray in Berkeley on April 16, 1942, and graduated from Chester High School in 1960. Sally went on to attend Chico State College and business school in San Jose and enjoyed a long career in banking. Sally took early retirement from Bank of America after serving as a loan officer as well as a personal banker at several branches in the Silicon Valley. Sally relocated to Bass Lake, to work for Yosemite Bank as a real estate loan officer until her retirement. She moved to Red Bluff in 2011 to oversee the care of her mother, Ina Gray, who passed away on Jan. 1, 2013. Sally was very bright, witty, and had a wonderful laugh. She absolutely loved life and to cook sharing her comfort food with friends and family. Sally had many, many friends and will be long remembered by all who knew her for her humor, warm hospitality and generosity. Sally is the dear "Baby Sister" of Susie (Lout Capifoni, "sister" and childhood friend of Sue and Millard Meeks. She was "Ant" Sally to her Dolores Jane Hopkins "Molly Magee" age 83, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 15, 2013, at Eastern Plumas Health Center in Portola. Born Sept. 3, 1929, in Milwaukee, Wis., she also lived in Redondo Beach, Shelton, Wash., and Bellflower before settling in Plumas County in 1965. Molly was a hard-working mother of four, earning a reputation as the best short order cook in the county. She was a championship bowler, playing in many national and state tournaments, representing the region. Molly was an active golfer and a member of Graeagie Meadows. She is survived by her sister Colleen, of Woodbridge, Va., sons Michael Bennett and Patrick Bennett, of Portola, and son Steven Bennett;of Plymouth, Wis., and daughters-in-law, Wendy, Janice and Sandy Bennett; her grandchildren Glenn Creasey, Andy Bennett, Samuel Bennett and Christina and Jennifer Bennett, along with 10 great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and loving friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Marie Hopkins; daughter Diane Creasey; and husband Bruce Magee. hilcoot Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE NATURAL STONE established 1929 110 PACIFIC STREET P.O. Box 1766 PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1 908 FAX (530) 832-6828 VWVW.CHILCOOTMONUMENT.NET CAL-FD 158 - CR With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of your family when you've needed them most. Find out how you can celebrate the life of your loved one with gentle guidance and individual touch. Serving Plumas, Sierra and Lassen Counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. 300 WWW.MANNIFUNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 Take me home "Payton" is a 9 month old unaltered female Pit Bull. She is deaf and has a .......... skin allergy, but is playful, loving, and i:Z ready for her new home. These unaltered 8 week old sweet and cuddly kittens are "Otis,". a gray short haired male, "Odom," a black long haired male, and "Jynx," a tortoiseshell short haired female. Shelter hours are Monday & Wednesday 8am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday Ipm-5pm, Saturday O~O 12-5 for viewing only and closed Friday & Sunday. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee a,@Q.~ and license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary W I (lli~ of choice to have the animal altered In completion of the adoption requirement. For more @~@ Information', call 283-367.3 or vlslt countyofPlUmas.com or peffinders.com~ -.- AMERICAN VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPffAL We carry a wide selection of pet food and Flea & Tick products 283-4500 L el Alta&LeeRd. Quincy' "" CARDS of THANKS A big, big thank you to Potter's Auto & Boat Care. What a fabulous surprise when I saw my car after you detailed it. Every inch was shiny and smelled like new. I was a very happy girl on my birthday because of your outstanding service. Linda Rouland I would like to thank everyone who helped make the passing of my mom, Tish Whipple, a little easier. First, I want to thank Sharon Carter for flying from Hawaii with me and standing by my side the entire way. Next, Marcy (Donnelly) Hildebrand. She waited with mom in Saint Mary's Hospital while I flew into Reno. She was by her side counting down the time until I would arrive. Her son Jerone Hildebrand also sat with mom talking to her about anything and everything. Jean Moser, my mom's caregiver, was the best. She took such good care of mom and was always just a phone call away. Donna McElroy, as usual, came to my rescue and along with Leland and Kathy Cotter, Dana and Kerry Eliason and Cory McElroy, we were able to get mom's personal belongs gathered up and distributed according to her wishes. Without all of these truly wonderful friends, this time would have been impossible. I would also like to thank Ted and Mary Trafton for allowing me to stay with them and help me get through the nights. Good friends are a wonderful blessing; my mom and I have truly good friends. I want to thank Rick also. He was unable to come with me, but he was only a phone call away and his advice helped me a great deal. Dane's calls just to check on me were always welcome! We will all miss her. Gayle duPont MARRIAGE LICENSES June 31 James William Estes and Jackalyn Gait Shannon, both uL ~cxt ou** xJ1~.~,, J.~~; v. June 27 Tamara Colette Gohre of Vallejo and Scott Michael Burback of Boring, Oregon. Christie Lee Schmalz and Gregory Lee Sawyer, both of Quincy. June 28 Ervin Brady Blumhorst and Lainey Marie Forsman, both of Idaho Falls, Idaho. BIRTHS Jaden Tyler Yocum Jaden Tyler Yocum was born to Curtis and Yesenia Yocum of Taylorsville on May 23, 2013, at 2:03 p.m. at Piumas District Hospit.ai in Quincy. Jaden weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and was 22.5 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Baltazar and Maria Garcia of Greenville. Paternal grandparents are Judi and Larry Yocum of Greenville. Jaden is also welcomed by sibling Mateo Yocum, 20 months. To Subscribe 283-0800 " 257-5321 284-7800 - 258=3115 832-4646 July 1 Daniel Stuart Kuhn and Winfield Wilmer Anderson, both of Portola. Got the blahs and need support? Call the Plumas/gierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 for support and possible referrals. Crisis Line Resource 283-4333 ~_ Center 1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center AWARD-WINNING TECHNOLOGY ,.4r. AMAZING VALUE ACT NOW AND ALSO GET FREE PREMIUM CHANNELS for 3 "nonfhs Hm, ~ l ,~mE ' Slmz Oiler subje~;l to ohango bC'~d on premium channe} avail~b~ ity. AI! of~rs require 24-month comm~tmecd and credit qualification, VISIT YOUR LOCAL SHOWROOM Plumas Satellite Gerald: (530) 863-8929 Serving our local community since 1989 AUTHORIZED RETAILER Offers end 9tl 8,13, Restffi0~ el)ply. A~ for details, After 12-monlh pr0m0tl0nal perl00, t~n-c~rer~ reguief r~nth[y ~ce applies and Is ~bject lo cl~ange, SLICKS1988 With all the extra traffic on the roads this summer, you can't afford to be distracted. Call us today for a quote on your insurance needs. CHP to enforce 'lights on signs' Following is a statement issued July2 by the California Highway Patrol We have all experienced it: that moment when our eyes must adjust to the darkness as we enter the tunnels here in our own Feather River Canyon. Hence, as locals, we have come to recognize the need to heed the signs' suggestion to "turn lights on." Due to the beauty of our area, it is an attraction to many tourists from all over the nation. Those tourists drive motorhomes, ride motorcycles and bicycles, and bring foot traffic through these tunnels that are near attractive swimming holes. Our goal, as always, is to encourage the safest possible conditions for this traffic. Within the last year there has been a fatality, along with other collisions and "near misses." They all involved headlights not being on. We all understand what a simple solution this is. Just in time for these busy summer months of tourism, new regulatory signs have been posted on both sides of each of our three Canyon tunnels -- Elephant Butte, Grizzly Dome and Arch Rock requiring motorists to "turn on lights" while traveling through the tunnels. The California Highway Patrol reminds motorists that failure to obey any black-and-white traffic sign can result in a citation. The CHP will allow for a grace period until August. Effective Aug. 1, CHP will enforce the signs' warnings. It is our desire to alert locals of these new regulatory signs, that they might spread the word to those visiting the area, and that this summer might be a safer one. .ReSi'cie~ttS-ca nget car seats checked Car seat checks will be held in Plumas County the week of July 15. Certified car seat technicians will be at residents' disposal to give information on the latest car seat laws, whether or not children are using the proper car seat, and whether car seats are still safe for use. Car seat check events run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in each community. In Portola, the car seat check event will be held at Sierra Energy on Monday, July 15. In Quincy, the car seat check event will be held at Plumas Motor Supply on Tuesday, July 16. In Greenville, the car seat check event will be held at Evergreen Market on Wednesday, July 17. In Chester, the car seat check event will be held at the ABC Resource Center on Thursday, July 18. Participants should bring their car, child(rent and car seat(s) to receive the most accurate check and information. For more information regarding this event, contact Dana Cash at Plumas County Public Health Agency, 283-6358. 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