Marie Omigene Brown Scovell passed away peacefully with family by her side May 10, 2013.
Marie was born to Will and Nettie Brown on Aug. 11, 1918, in ldabel, Okla. As an infant her family moved to Oregon, for sawmill work. They lived in many small communities of Klamath Falls. Her father worked at the sawmill and her mother ran the cookhouse which fed the workers.
It was in Brookings, Ore., that she met Bill Scovell, a newspaperman, whom she married on Aug 16, 1936. They had two children, Pamela (Scovell) Weis and Dennis Scovell. Bill didn’t last long as a newspaper man, he developed lead poisoning and had to change careers. Marie’s parents had moved to Plumas County to work for Frizzie’s Mill in Dixie Canyon. In 1942 Marie and Bill came down from Oregon for a visit and fell in love with Quincy. Bill began working for one of the local sawmills. They soon bought a piece of land on Chandler Rd., where Bill built a modest home. It was one of the first houses built on Chandler Rd., other than the ranches. Marie ran the household while Bill worked at the sawmill. Marie was a wonderful cook, like her mother, and an avid reader. Marie and Bill belonged to many organizations, including Eastern Star, Grange, White Shrine, Senior Gleaners and they attended the Methodist Church for many decades.
Marie was preceded in death by her one true love and husband of 74 years, Bill Scovell, her daughter Pamela (Scovell) Weis and her brother Edward Brown.
Marie is survived by her son Dennis Scovell and wife Anna, of Quincy; grandchildren Kim (Scovell) and Tim Titus, of San Diego, Krista (Scovell) Profit, of Quincy, Warren and Nikki Scovell, of Washington, D.C., Jeramy Scovell, of Washington, D.C., Erin Weis, of Suisun, Annie Weis, of Quincy, Susan (Weis) and Dan Martens, of Vacaville, and Noel Weis, of Quincy; 10 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
A memorial for Marie is going to be held at the Methodist Church in Quincy on Saturday, June 1, at 3 p.m. with a reception to follow at the Masonic Hall on Harbison Street.
The arrangements were made most respectfully and lovingly by Manni Funeral Home and Evergreen Crematory in Portola.
Michael Keith Robison, age 54, passed way at his father’s home in Colfax, on May 14 from ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease, with his father and stepmother, Barbra (Bobbie), and his daughter Amber by his side.
He was the eldest son of Roy K. Robison of Colfax, and Barbara Corner Robison.
He leaves behind his father Roy; brothers Stephan, of San Jose, and Scott of Colfax; children Roy, of Salt Lake City, Jeffrey of Ogden, Brian of Ogden, and Amber Christofferson, of Ogden, Utah, and Carson of Kalispell, Mont.; his grandchildren, Chloe, Jack, Garrett, Addison, and Landen, in Utah; aunt Adrienne Robison of Camino, and aunt Marcia and uncle Derald Detrick of Quincy, and numerous cousins.
Michael was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara.
Michael was a kind and loving son, and a wonderful father, and grandfather, to his children and grandchildren.
Memorial service plans for Michael are pending for friends and family in Colfax, and internment and services will be held at a later date in Ogden, Utah, under direction of the L.D.S. Church.
Lifelong Quincy resident, James Arthur White II (Jamie), born Oct. 1, 1967, passed away May 18, 2013, in Coronado. Jamie left us peacefully with his beloved wife and friends by his side.
Jamie moved to Quincy at the age of 3 where he began a lifelong journey of building strong friendships and eventually a family of his own.Jamie had dozens of good friends, and many of those good friends had only one best friend.
On March 9, 2002, Jamie married his true best friend, Julie.They had 2 beautiful boys, James and Justin.Jamie (Dad) will be loving his beautiful boys and wife from a place in Heaven reserved only for people as special as him.
Jamie loved his mountains and beautiful Bucks Lake where he spent hours of fishing, playing cribbage, snowmobiling, boating, skiing and generally taking in the beauty with friends and family.Although Jamie loved watching his 49ers, one of his favorite sports was golf; however, Jamie would be the first to tell you, he’s no Tiger Woods.
Jamie is survived by his wife Julie; his sons, James and Justin; mother, Nelda Gott; father, James White (Ann); sister Kaye Hancock (Steve); brother Robert Gott (April); sister, Chere Preston, Payton Ashley Addison; and numerous family members.
Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave and impossible to forget.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Jamie’s name can be made at Plumas Bank for their children’s education.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch on June 1, at 11 a.m.
Longtime Greenville resident James Delno McMullen died Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nev.
Born in Blythe, Feb. 10, 1939, to the late Delno and Martha (Clary) McMullen, James was raised in Greenville.
In passing James leaves his son Rick Isitt and his wife Rhonda, of Greenville; daughters Rochelle Sallee, of Greenville, Clara Chavez and husband Daniel, of Sacramento and Julia Gutierrez, of Oroville; along with ten grand- and eight great-grandchildren.
James is preceded in death by one grandchild.
A celebration of James’ life will take place at 12 p.m., Saturday, June 1, at the Greenville Southern Baptist Church. Inurnment will take place in the Greenville District Cemetery. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com.