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6B Tuesday, July 11, 2000 Lassen County atistic IKIE LONG Lena Sue Long, 78, of Wendel, Calif, died Tuesday, June 13, 2000, at Lassen Community Hospital in Su- sanville, Calif. She was born April 30, 1922, in Canadian, Texas, to Lewis Smith Burnett and Lasca Jeanette Moore Bur- nett. She had been living in Lassen County for the past 30 years. She worked as a registered nurse for 20 years at the Stanford Medical Center in Palo Alto, Calif. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Max Long Sr.; her son, Geroge Max (Sonny) Long Jr.; her parents and her brother, James Theodore Burnett. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Su- san and Joseph Mings and their daughter Lasca Mings, from Wendel, Calif.; grand- son, James Mings of Sacra- mento, Calif.; granddaugh- ter, Jacqueline McNally; a great-grandson, Tristan Mc- Nally, both of Milford, Calif. and sister, Jackie Smith, of Tucson, Ariz. Interment will be at the Veteran's Cemetery, in Fern- ley, Nev., where she will rest beside her husband of 52 year8. KATHERINE WlNIFRED ItgEOUl Katherine Winifred McK- eough, 94, died Friday, June 30, 2000, at Seneca District Hospital, in Chester, Calif. She was born Oct. 15, 1905(in Boston, Mass. She moved to the Chester area in 1992 from Rancho Mirage, Calif., where she had been a longtime resi- dent. While a resident of Chester, she resided at the Wildwood Senior Center from 1993 - 1997. She attended Christ the King Catholic Church in Chester, and was an avid bingo player. She was preceded in death and Janet McKeough, of Chester, Calif.; brother, Ray Barter, of Weymouth, Mass; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated July 6, at St. Theresa's Catholic Church in Palm Springs, Calif. Inter- ment followed in Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City, Calif. The family requests any donations in her memory be made to either Sierra Hos- pice or Seneca District Hos- pital Long Term Care Unit c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory P.O. Box 803 Greenville, Calif. 95947. RICHARD AUGUST BORELLO Richard August Borello, 79, died Friday June 30, 2000, at Enloe Community Hospital in Chico, Calif. He was born March 24, 1921, in Gilroy, Calif. He was a self employed heating and sheet metal con- tractor for more than 50 years owning and operating Skyline and Sheet Metal Inc., of Mt. View, Calif. He was a member of Our Lady of Snows Catholic Church of Westwood, Calif., and the Lake Almanor Coun- try Club - Men's Golf Club, he is a former member of the Palo Alto Elks Lodge and longtime member of the Pro- fessional Rodeo Cowboy As- sociation. He competed on the Pro Rodeo Circuit from 1935 - 1953 as an all round cowboy winning a number of differ- ent championships. His sad- dle has been inducted into the Cowboys Museum in Salinas, Calif. Idle was an avid duck hunter and longtime mem- ber of the Stone Creek Duck Club in Colusa, Calif., along with the Colusa Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Pat of Lake Al- manor Peninsula, Calif.; son and daughter-in-law, Jerry by her husband Charles in and Bobbi Borello, of Camp- 1988; ee brothers and one bell, Calif.; daughter and sister. , son-in-law, Janet and Art She is survived by her son Wellersdick and Melissa and and daughter-in-law, Francis Ken Boyd, all of Sunnyvale, Chr00t00na s One Of A Kind Creations • Custom Made Formals • Garters • Accessories 2319 #3 Main St. Next to Les Schwab Susanville 251-0240 / ; 1 257-2225 914  St. * Se Mo:  AcceStl II III I II IIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIIIII Calif. and Laurie and John Mirch of Houston, Texas; brothers, Ernest Borello, of San Jose, Calif., and Leonard BoreUo, of Saratoga, Calif.; sister, Claudia Alexander, of Atlanta, Calif., and nine grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday, July 5, at Christ the King Catholic Church in Chester, Calif. Interment followed in the Chester District Ceme- tery. The family requests any donations in his memory be made to either Our Lady of Snows Catholic Church or Building Fund of Seneca Dis- trict Auxiliary, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory P.O. Box 803,, Greenville, Calif. 95947. LUCILLE  "LUCY" LOWRY Lucille Ruth "Lucy" Lowry, 97, died Saturday, June 29, 2000, at her resi- dence in Susanville, Calif. She was born June 29, 1903, in Golconda, Nev., and had lived in Lassen County for the past 75 years. She was a homemaker, and had worked for many lo- cal businesses, retiring in 1968. She had been a mem- ber of the Lassen County American Indian Club, she served on the Winnemucca Indian Colony Business Council and had been active in the Susanville Senior Citi- zens. In 1992, she was named "Old-timer of the Year." She was renowned for her ability with native crafts, and had taught many others. She also had taught both the Shoshone and Paiute lan- guages to any willing stu- dent. She was preceded in death by her son, Eugene "Geevie" Newman in 1973. Survivors include her son, Vernon Numan, of Reno, Nev.; daughter, Janice Lor- raine Pereira, of San Pedro, Calif.; brother, Mervin Evans, of Susanville; 14 grandchildren, including Walter Newman of Sonoma, Calif.; 25 great-grandchil- dren and 10 great-great- grandchildren. Services were held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Su- sanviUe on Monday, July 3. The family requests that any donations be made in Lowry's memory to either the American Cancer Society or the Lassen County Senior Citizens Center. BESSIE ELIZABETH CALLIS Bessie Elizabeth Callis, 84, died on Wednesday, June 28, 2000, at the SunBridge Skilled Nursing Facility in Susanville, Calif. She was born in Belling- ham, Wash., on Sept. 28, 1915, and had lived in Herlong for the past 23 years, after moving from Seattle, Wash. As well as being a home- maker, she had also been a seamstress, working for the Hartmarx Corporation for 12 years. She was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include her hus- band, Edward, of Herlong, Calif. and sister, Patricia Bixby, of San Diego, Calif. Cremation was held at the Sierra Crematory in Reno, Nev. A memorial service for Callis will be held at a later date. CAROLYN HILL WESTFALL Carolyn Hill Westfall, 72, died Sunday, July 2, 2000, at Lassen Community Hospital Annex in Susanville, Calif. She was born in Su- sanville on March 21, 1928, and had been a lifetime resi, dent of Lassen County. She had worked at the Lassen Community Hospital Annex as a nurse's assistant for 10 years. She was also a homemaker, a member of If you are dealing with past or present sexual abuse or if you have a child who has been sexually abused, this group will provide tools to assist you in coping with daily life. It is a comfortable place to talk orn while others share. Lassen Family Services 911 Main St. * Susanville • 257-4599 Thursdays 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. I , ,, I 3 Big Reasons to Call Ask Janet about Homeowners Plus Bob Paniagua Rob Vance Janet Smith Last night I told my wife I needed more space... so she locked me outside. Do you know where your gas shut off is in case of an emergency? 251-5503 #0551755 120 N Fairfield • Susanville I I I I Job's Daughters, a member of the Soroptimists and the First Baptist church. Survivors include her sons, Scott Steves, of Orlan- do, Fla. and Thomas West- fall, of Panama City, Fla.; daughters, Claudia Warden, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Lisa Binau, of Susanville; and two grandchildren. No services will be held at her request. Private interment will be held at Diamond Crest Cemetery in Johnstonville, Calif. BERTHA G. "PEPPER" GULBAULT-MORTIMER Bertha G. "Pepper" Gul- bault-Mortimer, 82, died Thursday, June 29, 2000, at Indian Valley District Hospi- tal in Greenville, Calif. She was a resident of the Lake Almanor area for the past 17 years since moving here from Running Springs, Calif., where she had resided for nine years. She was born Feb. ', in Muscatine, Iowa. She had worked as ress for more than lastly at the Hotel nado in Southern She was a Christ the King Church and Altar and was an who enjoyed all crafts, cooking She was by her husband, 1981. She is survived Eugene A. Gulbault, Juan Capistrano, ters, Patricia A. and Phoebe R. both of Lake A Memorial M brated Thursday, Christ the King Church in Chester urnment followin Chester District The family IOJ_EIH & CEMETERY SUPPLJE$ I I ,0' Head Stones ! From the NoOI &  MIII," ! AVAILABLE 7 DAYS • 8 AM.6 PM ,b Monuments Engraving 4. Supplies , Pre-Planning 257-6705 472-200 DIAMOND CREST lid • SLISANVILLE m Northeastern Health Clinics, Proudly Acknowledges Sherri Lian July 2000 Employee Of The Month We'll see you at the LASSEN County ALL SPAS-NO SALES TAX July 19 thru 29 ONLY! Place it on a flat surface, fill it with a hose and plug it into 110v! The price includes ch/orne. cover, a $ I00 value start.up delivery.* Start relaxing today. Built for a lifetime of relaxation TM 2527 Victor Avenue • Redding, CA (530) 222-3558 (800) 655-SPAS www.hotspring.com 6B Tuesday, July 11, 2000 Lassen County atistic IKIE LONG Lena Sue Long, 78, of Wendel, Calif, died Tuesday, June 13, 2000, at Lassen Community Hospital in Su- sanville, Calif. She was born April 30, 1922, in Canadian, Texas, to Lewis Smith Burnett and Lasca Jeanette Moore Bur- nett. She had been living in Lassen County for the past 30 years. She worked as a registered nurse for 20 years at the Stanford Medical Center in Palo Alto, Calif. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Max Long Sr.; her son, Geroge Max (Sonny) Long Jr.; her parents and her brother, James Theodore Burnett. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Su- san and Joseph Mings and their daughter Lasca Mings, from Wendel, Calif.; grand- son, James Mings of Sacra- mento, Calif.; granddaugh- ter, Jacqueline McNally; a great-grandson, Tristan Mc- Nally, both of Milford, Calif. and sister, Jackie Smith, of Tucson, Ariz. Interment will be at the Veteran's Cemetery, in Fern- ley, Nev., where she will rest beside her husband of 52 year8. KATHERINE WlNIFRED ItgEOUl Katherine Winifred McK- eough, 94, died Friday, June 30, 2000, at Seneca District Hospital, in Chester, Calif. She was born Oct. 15, 1905(in Boston, Mass. She moved to the Chester area in 1992 from Rancho Mirage, Calif., where she had been a longtime resi- dent. While a resident of Chester, she resided at the Wildwood Senior Center from 1993 - 1997. She attended Christ the King Catholic Church in Chester, and was an avid bingo player. She was preceded in death and Janet McKeough, of Chester, Calif.; brother, Ray Barter, of Weymouth, Mass; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated July 6, at St. Theresa's Catholic Church in Palm Springs, Calif. Inter- ment followed in Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City, Calif. The family requests any donations in her memory be made to either Sierra Hos- pice or Seneca District Hos- pital Long Term Care Unit c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory P.O. Box 803 Greenville, Calif. 95947. RICHARD AUGUST BORELLO Richard August Borello, 79, died Friday June 30, 2000, at Enloe Community Hospital in Chico, Calif. He was born March 24, 1921, in Gilroy, Calif. He was a self employed heating and sheet metal con- tractor for more than 50 years owning and operating Skyline and Sheet Metal Inc., of Mt. View, Calif. He was a member of Our Lady of Snows Catholic Church of Westwood, Calif., and the Lake Almanor Coun- try Club - Men's Golf Club, he is a former member of the Palo Alto Elks Lodge and longtime member of the Pro- fessional Rodeo Cowboy As- sociation. He competed on the Pro Rodeo Circuit from 1935 - 1953 as an all round cowboy winning a number of differ- ent championships. His sad- dle has been inducted into the Cowboys Museum in Salinas, Calif. Idle was an avid duck hunter and longtime mem- ber of the Stone Creek Duck Club in Colusa, Calif., along with the Colusa Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Pat of Lake Al- manor Peninsula, Calif.; son and daughter-in-law, Jerry by her husband Charles in and Bobbi Borello, of Camp- 1988; ee brothers and one bell, Calif.; daughter and sister. , son-in-law, Janet and Art She is survived by her son Wellersdick and Melissa and and daughter-in-law, Francis Ken Boyd, all of Sunnyvale, Chr00t00na s One Of A Kind Creations • Custom Made Formals • Garters • Accessories 2319 #3 Main St. Next to Les Schwab Susanville 251-0240 / ; 1 257-2225 914  St. * Se Mo:  AcceStl II III I II IIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIIIII Calif. and Laurie and John Mirch of Houston, Texas; brothers, Ernest Borello, of San Jose, Calif., and Leonard BoreUo, of Saratoga, Calif.; sister, Claudia Alexander, of Atlanta, Calif., and nine grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Wednesday, July 5, at Christ the King Catholic Church in Chester, Calif. Interment followed in the Chester District Ceme- tery. The family requests any donations in his memory be made to either Our Lady of Snows Catholic Church or Building Fund of Seneca Dis- trict Auxiliary, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory P.O. Box 803,, Greenville, Calif. 95947. LUCILLE  "LUCY" LOWRY Lucille Ruth "Lucy" Lowry, 97, died Saturday, June 29, 2000, at her resi- dence in Susanville, Calif. She was born June 29, 1903, in Golconda, Nev., and had lived in Lassen County for the past 75 years. She was a homemaker, and had worked for many lo- cal businesses, retiring in 1968. She had been a mem- ber of the Lassen County American Indian Club, she served on the Winnemucca Indian Colony Business Council and had been active in the Susanville Senior Citi- zens. In 1992, she was named "Old-timer of the Year." She was renowned for her ability with native crafts, and had taught many others. She also had taught both the Shoshone and Paiute lan- guages to any willing stu- dent. She was preceded in death by her son, Eugene "Geevie" Newman in 1973. Survivors include her son, Vernon Numan, of Reno, Nev.; daughter, Janice Lor- raine Pereira, of San Pedro, Calif.; brother, Mervin Evans, of Susanville; 14 grandchildren, including Walter Newman of Sonoma, Calif.; 25 great-grandchil- dren and 10 great-great- grandchildren. Services were held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Su- sanviUe on Monday, July 3. The family requests that any donations be made in Lowry's memory to either the American Cancer Society or the Lassen County Senior Citizens Center. BESSIE ELIZABETH CALLIS Bessie Elizabeth Callis, 84, died on Wednesday, June 28, 2000, at the SunBridge Skilled Nursing Facility in Susanville, Calif. She was born in Belling- ham, Wash., on Sept. 28, 1915, and had lived in Herlong for the past 23 years, after moving from Seattle, Wash. As well as being a home- maker, she had also been a seamstress, working for the Hartmarx Corporation for 12 years. She was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include her hus- band, Edward, of Herlong, Calif. and sister, Patricia Bixby, of San Diego, Calif. Cremation was held at the Sierra Crematory in Reno, Nev. A memorial service for Callis will be held at a later date. CAROLYN HILL WESTFALL Carolyn Hill Westfall, 72, died Sunday, July 2, 2000, at Lassen Community Hospital Annex in Susanville, Calif. She was born in Su- sanville on March 21, 1928, and had been a lifetime resi, dent of Lassen County. She had worked at the Lassen Community Hospital Annex as a nurse's assistant for 10 years. She was also a homemaker, a member of If you are dealing with past or present sexual abuse or if you have a child who has been sexually abused, this group will provide tools to assist you in coping with daily life. It is a comfortable place to talk orn while others share. Lassen Family Services 911 Main St. * Susanville • 257-4599 Thursdays 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. I , ,, I 3 Big Reasons to Call Ask Janet about Homeowners Plus Bob Paniagua Rob Vance Janet Smith Last night I told my wife I needed more space... so she locked me outside. Do you know where your gas shut off is in case of an emergency? 251-5503 #0551755 120 N Fairfield • Susanville I I I I Job's Daughters, a member of the Soroptimists and the First Baptist church. Survivors include her sons, Scott Steves, of Orlan- do, Fla. and Thomas West- fall, of Panama City, Fla.; daughters, Claudia Warden, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Lisa Binau, of Susanville; and two grandchildren. No services will be held at her request. Private interment will be held at Diamond Crest Cemetery in Johnstonville, Calif. BERTHA G. "PEPPER" GULBAULT-MORTIMER Bertha G. "Pepper" Gul- bault-Mortimer, 82, died Thursday, June 29, 2000, at Indian Valley District Hospi- tal in Greenville, Calif. She was a resident of the Lake Almanor area for the past 17 years since moving here from Running Springs, Calif., where she had resided for nine years. She was born Feb. ', in Muscatine, Iowa. She had worked as ress for more than lastly at the Hotel nado in Southern She was a Christ the King Church and Altar and was an who enjoyed all crafts, cooking She was by her husband, 1981. She is survived Eugene A. Gulbault, Juan Capistrano, ters, Patricia A. and Phoebe R. both of Lake A Memorial M brated Thursday, Christ the King Church in Chester urnment followin Chester District The family IOJ_EIH & CEMETERY SUPPLJE$ I I ,0' Head Stones ! From the NoOI &  MIII," ! AVAILABLE 7 DAYS • 8 AM.6 PM ,b Monuments Engraving 4. Supplies , Pre-Planning 257-6705 472-200 DIAMOND CREST lid • SLISANVILLE m Northeastern Health Clinics, Proudly Acknowledges Sherri Lian July 2000 Employee Of The Month We'll see you at the LASSEN County ALL SPAS-NO SALES TAX July 19 thru 29 ONLY! Place it on a flat surface, fill it with a hose and plug it into 110v! The price includes ch/orne. cover, a $ I00 value start.up delivery.* Start relaxing today. Built for a lifetime of relaxation TM 2527 Victor Avenue • Redding, CA (530) 222-3558 (800) 655-SPAS www.hotspring.com