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Obituaries for the week of 2/9/2011

 

Tom E. Lewis, 72

George Willard Price Sr., 89

Jamie Lyn Paine, 49

Royden Sintzenich Stagen, 89

David Bradshaw, 68

Tom E. Lewis of Windsor died Dec. 30, 2010, after an extended illness.

He was born April 18, 1939, in Portola, the son of C.W. Lewis of Spring Garden and Luddie Shaw of Lubbock, Texas.

After graduating from Quincy High School in 1956, Lewis was an army paratrooper and worked in heavy artillery in Germany. After he got out of the Army, he worked for PG&E in San Francisco and Hewlett Packard.

He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Paula; children Tom Jr. of Eureka and Peggy and grandson Alex Kinter of Flint, Mich.; siblings Martha Huntington of Redding, Roberta Lawry of Quincy and Donald, Delbert, David and Mary Ann, all of Missouri; nieces and nephews Debra Hileman of Wyoming, John Lawry of Crescent Mills, Robert Lawry of Quincy, Linda Hunt of Redding, Jamie Trevort of Nevada and Kerrie Huntington of Adin; 12 great-nieces/nephews and seven great-great-nieces/nephews.

He joins his loving parents and stepfather Joe Lawry and sister Nina in his final resting place.

Graveside services with military honors were held Jan. 7 in Windsor.

 

George W. Price Sr., longtime resident of Greenville, passed away peacefully Feb. 1, 2011, at Country Villa-Quincy at the age of 89.

He is survived by two sons, Bob and Frank, along with daughters-in-law Dee and Dorathy, all of Greenville; seven grand-, 11 great-grand- and two great-great-grandchildren, along with a host of nieces and nephews. George was preceded in death by his wife Winnie and youngest son, George Jr.

Born July 11, 1921, in Oroville as the youngest of four brothers and three sisters, George lost both his parents before he was 11. He was raised by his brother Bill, and at age 12 they moved to Greenville where George attended Greenville High School. He competed in basketball on the A Team and was also a talented pitcher for their baseball team. George was invited to try out for the Red Sox but when he arrived at camp they admired his talent but felt he was too light and was asked to try out again in a couple of years.

At the age of 17, George joined the United States Marine Corps where he served his country valiantly during World War II and at one time was the youngest member of his platoon.

He returned to Greenville following his discharge and met the late Winnie Evans whom he later married. He had worked as a logger before beginning what became a 36-year career as a carpenter working out of Local 1599.

George enjoyed hunting and camping with his family along with panning for gold along the streams and rivers of the area.

Graveside services will take place 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, in the Greenville District Cemetery where he will be buried alongside his late wife Winnie.

An opportunity to express your condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com.

Any remembrances in George’s name can be made to the Greenville Volunteer Fire Department, c/o Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory, P.O. Box 803, Greenville, CA 95947.

 

 

Chester resident Jamie Lyn Paine passed from this life unexpectedly at her residence Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. She entered her eternal home with the Lord at the age of 49.

Born to a military family on April 12, 1961, on March Air Force Base in Riverside County, she was raised in Cerritos, Calif., and Trussville, Alabama.

Jamie married the late Michael E. Marro in 1978 and to this union two sons were born. The family moved to Chester from Fresno in 1978. It is here that Jamie finished her high school education, obtaining her GED before going on to attend Lassen Community College where she entered their LVN program and graduated in 1994. She had worked for Seneca Health Care District for 15 years and had recently continued her career with North Eastern Rural Health in Susanville.

Born again into her Christian faith, Jamie found great pleasure in fellowshipping with the congregation at Vineyard Christian Fellowship in Chester. Talented in all aspects of crafts, she especially enjoyed scrapbooking. She was a member of numerous crafts and scrapbooking groups in the area. Other than her Christian faith, Jamie’s passion in her later life was her grandchildren. She enjoyed spending every precious moment available with them.

In passing Jamie leaves her two sons: Edward A. Marro and Aaron Marro and his wife Leann, all of Chester; her mother, Sharon Paine, of Chester, who had always been at her side to help in any time of need; brother James Paine and his wife Linda of Alpine; sister Jennifer Paine of Chester; the precious jewels of her life: her grandchildren Michael, Julianna, Aidan, Antonia and Arrianna; and nieces Sarah and Melissa Paine and nephews Garrett Feger and Logan McKee.

A celebration of Jamie’s life is planned for 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the Vineyard Christian Fellowship in Chester. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com.


Quincy resident Royden Sintzenich Stagen passed from this life peacefully Saturday morning, Feb. 5, 2011, at his daughter’s residence in Reno. His loving family was at his side.

A native of the Philippine Islands, Roy was born July 18, 1939, in Manila to the late Daniel and Isabella (Sintzenich) Stagen. Raised and educated in the Philippines, Roy left college after his freshman year to join the United States Navy. He served his county honorably from 1961-1966.

Following his discharge he settled in the San Fernando Valley and met his first wife Frances Schnitger. The couple was later married and to this union two daughters were born. At this time he also began a 20-year career with Lockheed Aircraft, retiring as a production expediter.

Following an earlier divorce, Roy fell in love with a pretty young lady named Cecelia Clemons, whom he met while enjoying his favorite pastime, bowling. As their love for one another grew the couple was united in matrimony Sept. 9, 1978, in Las Vegas. To this union two more daughters were born.

In 1986, following his retirement, the family moved to Redding, before settling in the Northeastern California community of Quincy in 1991.

Roy was passionate about bowling while also enjoying fishing and meticulously caring for his automobiles.

In passing Roy leaves his loving wife of 33 years, Cecelia Joyce Stagen of Quincy; daughters Valerie Stagen and her fiancé Ray of Pleasant Garden, N.C., Elizabeth Stagen-Andruss and her husband Jason of San Diego, Amanda Stagen-Geffert and her husband Charles and Stephanie Stagen-Drake and her husband Josh, all of Reno; brothers Daniel of Milpitas and Edward of Chicago, Ill.; sisters Rita Jones of Henderson, Nev., and Dorothy Eusebio of the Philippines; along with the jewels of his later life: his grandchildren Brennan, Miles, Parker, Alyssa and Tyler.

A time of visitation will take place Thursday, Feb. 10, from 10 a.m. – noon at the Fehrman Mortuary Chapel-Quincy.

A celebration of his life will take place at the graveside in the Quincy East Lawn Cemetery at 1 p.m. Thursday.

An opportunity to express your condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrmanmortuary.com

 

David Bradshaw, 68, died from cancer Jan. 23, 2011, at his residence in Graeagle.

He was born Dec. 10, 1942, in Long Beach.

He is survived by his wife, Winnie Bradshaw; and his daughter, Susan Roach, of Pinole.

 

 

 

 

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