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I Question or comments? Contact Editor Lisa Van De Hey at Ivandehey@gridleyherald.com WEDNESDAY )) MARCH 23, 2016 )> THE GRIDLEY -[- Butte Humane Hosts FREE Have you ever thought about registering your dog as a service or companion canine? Have you ever con- sidered adopting an animal for a disability? Join Butte Humane Society Wednesday, March 30, 2016 as a lo- cal specialist shares her thoughts and knowledge on everything service animals related. The FREE Adult Education Seminar will be held from 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the BHS Education Center, 2156 Pillsbury Rd. Suite 160, next to Chase Bank. Jennique Lee, of Dis- ability Action Center, will be teaching the laws and etiquette regarding service and companion animals. She will explain the do's and don'ts, and ins and outs Harry Malvern Wiser A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016, 1 p.m., at GridIey-Block Funeral ry and Helene were also members of the Lafayette Escadrille Square Dance Club which held an- nual multi-family group camping expeditions around the West. Harry completed his Business Degree with La Salle Ex- tension University. In the 1960'S Harry began a long association with the Boy Scouts of America and was the Scoutmaster of his son's Troop 243 in the Or-La-Mo district of Chapel for Harry Mal- the Mt. Diablo Council vern Wiser, 91 of Gridley, for many years. He was CoJffornia. the recipient of Seouting's He passed away most prestigious award peace fully in his sleep in for service and leader- Westlake Village, Califor- ship, the Baden Powell February 23, 2016 award in 968. Over the next two decades of life, wlt ! sons Curtis, Kewn art ii :: daughter in-law Harry dedicated his life S( p on by his bedside, to serve as the patriarch [, garry was born in of the Wiser family. His Gr[~ey, "January 4,, 1925. son's, married and pro- t : ttended Manzanitavided Harry with grand- THE ABOVE BOOKINGS AND REPORTS REFLECT ONLY THE INITIAL ACTIONS TAKEN BY LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE COURSE OF THEIR DUTY. THIS INFORMA TION IS NOT INTENDED TO COMMENT ON THE GUILT OR INNOCENCE OF THOSE LISTED, NOR IS ITAN INDICATION OFTHE FINAL DISPOSITION OFTHESE CASES School and Gridley High children, who were the School. He was an ac- apple of his eye, later tire member of Manza- to be joined by great- nita Boys 4H Club during grandchildren. Harry the Great Depression. In and Helene enjoyed great 1940, he moved with his times with family and family to Berkeley, Call- especially at the Wiser fornia, where he gradu- reunion each thanksgiv- ated from Berkeley High ing. After Helene passed School and began studies away in March of 2004, at the University of Call- Harry returned to Grid- fornia. In 1945 as the war ley for the final chapter of in the Pacific escalated, he his life with his adopted left college and enlisted in families, the Stowes, the the U.S. Army. He served Freemasions, the Moose with the 519th M.P. Bat- Lodge and breakfast talion on Okinawa and with all the farmers at Yokohama, Japan, beingthe Gridley Grill, (who honorably discharged he knew, by name). Af- with the rank of Master ter living independently for so many years, Harry Sergeant. After the war, Harry returned to Grid- finally moved to an as- ley to manage the Wiser sisted living home near Ranch and open a Mo- his son in Westlake Vil- bil Oil Bulk Distribution lage, California. He was business. He also began a continually delighted by lifelong membershipwith family and friends who the Gridley Freemasons, visited, e-mailed, eorre- with the aid of his best sponded, by telephone friend Marvin Stowe, he and video skyped until met Helene Jane Cook- his final days. son in 1947. Harry and He is survi'ved by two Helene were married sons, Curtis (Marylin), July 2, 1948. Sons, Cur- Kevin (Shannon); one tis in 1951 and Kevin in brother Ray; one sister 1954 were born in the Betty; seven grandchil- new community based dren, nine great-grand- Biggs-Gridley Memorialchildren, and numer- Hospital. In 1954, Harry ous extended family and moved his family to the wonderful friends. A Celebration of his San Francisco Bay area to work as an accountant, life will be held at the He also attended IBM Moose Lodge, 1533 Hwy training in New York to 99, Gridley, California, operate computerized ac- following the memorial. counting systems. Harry Private inurement and his family moved to was held at the Gridley their home in Lafayette, Biggs Cemetery. California in 1955. In Contributions to the Lafayette, they becameMS Society are suggested members of the Lafay- by the family. ette-Orinda Presbyterian Arrangements are Church and School PTA entrusted to Gridley- groups serving as Presi- Block Funeral Chapel. dents several years. Hat- iliii;:i;' national Gridley Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine 1516 Hwy 99, Suite G, Gridiey 846-804 8 month Of registering service and companion animals. While the seminar is free, please register at www.buttehu- mane.org/events to help BHS prepare for the best learning experience possible. BHS is one of the oldest non-profit agencies in Butte County, California, work- ing since 1911 to bring humanitarian care to dogs, eats and other animals. Through generous donations and community support BHS is able to continue fulfill- ing their mission of saving lives, finding homes and inspiring compassion. Stay up-to-date on upcoming events, follow Butte Humane Society on Facebook at www.facebook.comfouttehumanesociety. Mary Rose Gregg Mary Rose Gregg, was born in Wheaton, Minne- sota, on November 4, 1931. She was married to Rich- ard L. (Dick) Gregg on June 17, 1951 in the Methodist Church, Oroville, California. She graduated Chico State College, lived in Gridley and taught Kindergar- ten at Woodrow Wilson School for 28 years. In re- tirement, she enjoyed a second home in Hawaii for 20 years. Mary was musically gifted and studied as a concert pianist. She shared her music with family and friends, playing for school functions and special occasions. She was active in the community through Junior Women's Club, Lioness and the Presbyterian Church. She brought creativity into her class room, educating children through her interests in music, art, history and science. In the same fashion, she cre- ated a home full of love, compassion, encouragement, support and guidance. She engaged with her grand- daughters as a dedicated and loving presence in their lives, sharing her gifts and enthusiasm for education and the arts. She played the piano in her home for en- joyment, and her family all enjoyed singing with her. It was a wonderful gift that she provided to her fam- ily. With summers away from the classroom, she en- joyed gardening.and sharing her home with pool par- ties for friends and family. Camping was a weekend ritual, and Mary baked and cooked all week to pro- vide for the family's comforts while enjoying the great outdoors. She encouraged her children to participate in the county fair, exhibiting floral arrangements, art and science projects. Libby's cannery provided equip- ment for the public to can fruits and vegetables for their pantries. Mary and her family all participated in the process, packing the cans, adding syrup or brine and watching as mechanized belts moved the cans for sealing. She encouraged her children to join in the school band, sports, Cub Scouts and Brownies, De- molay and Rainbow. She made sure that her grand- daughters experienced wonderful summers in Grid- ley also, swimming, going to vacation bible school and sharing time with second cousins, always providing them with an enriching musical and enhanced en- vironment. When retirement came, Mary and Dick returned to their beloved Hawaii, where in their first years of marriage, Dick had been stationed with the U.S. Navy. They purchased land on the big island and built a home. They enjoyed the lifestyle that Hawaii has to offer, beautiful weather, gardens full of flowers, fresh fish, fruit, golf, and a relaxed life style. It was a delight for them to have visitors there. Mary alway displayed caring, thoughtfulness and creativity in her children's upbringing and they're grateful for the leg- acy she has given them. She is survived by her husband Dick; son Rich- ard D. Gregg, of Oroville; daughter Kim Gilpatriek, of Nevada City; son Michael Gregg, of Susanville; granddaughter Miehele Florentz; great-grandchil- dren, Kylie, Tyler and Tucker Florentz, of Orangevale; and step-granddaughter Victoria Olsen, Petty Officer serving in U.S. Navy. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, sister Geraldine Read, and her granddaughter Denise. Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. at Gridley-Bloek Funeral Cha- pel, 679 Ohio Street Gridley, California. Burial will be held on Friday, March 25, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. at Sacra- mento Valley National Veterans Cemetery in Dixon, California. Arrangements entrusted to Ramsey Fu- neral home 530-534-3877. D. Leona Bates A Private Graveside Service will be held for D. Leona Bates, 94 of Biggs, California. She passed away March 21, 2016, at her home. Leona was born June 25, 1921, in Biggs, Cali- fornia to Randolph and Dora Wallace. Leona en- joyed gardening and Big Band music. She was a life member of the East- ern Star. She is preceded in death by her husband Leonard Bates and one sister. Leona is survived by one sori, Darrell Bates, of Riehvale, California; one daughter, Meredith Bates, of Biggs, Califor- nia; five grandchildren; and eight great-grand- children. o. Family suggests contributions to "Make a Wish Foundation" or ehaxity of choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Gridiey- Block Funeral Chapel. The following are excerpts from the daily incident report of the Gridley/Biggs Police Department (GBPD). The phone number for the Gridley/Biggs Police Dept is 530- 846-5678. Arrests and Cita- tions Thurs. 3-17-16 l At 9:43 p.m. Sal- vador Fuentes, 25, of Biggs, was arrested possession of an open container and posses- sion of marijuana at B and First streets in Biggs, according to a GBPD report and was transported to Butte County Jail (BCJ), Cynthia Romero, 21, of Biggs, was arrested, cited and released for possession of an open container. Fri. 3-18-16 l At 11:53 p.m. Lawrence Nugent, 39, of Gridley, was arrested, cited and re- leased for possession of marijuana, drug para- phernalia, and meth- amphetamine in the 10 block of E. Gridley Road, according to a GBPD report. Sat. 3-19-16 i,At 2:57 p.m. Mitchell Scott Waller, 53, of Gridley, was cited and released for driving without a valid drivers license in the 17OO block of Hwy 99, according to a GBPD report. 9:15 p.m. Crystal Ruiz, 29, of Gridley, was arrested for public intoxication on Laurel St, accord- ing to a GBPD report and was transported to BCJ. 11:11 p.m. Ivan Estrada, 38, of Gridley, was cited and released for driving without a valid drivers license at Haskell and Sycamore streets, according to a GBPD report. l At 11:50 p.m. Christian Duenas Go- mez, 28, of Gridley, was cited and released for driving on a sus- pended drivers license at Fifth and Trent street , according to a GBPD report. KAELIN FROM PAGE 1 Butte County are happy for him: At the luncheon Kaelin told the conference at- tendees that it was a team effort of his board, staff and the parents for this recognition to happen. "This community is what small town is all about. They sup- port our schools and make working at Biggs worth getting out of the ear every day. Thanks to everyone at Biggs: Easter in You are invited to a special Easter Celebration at the Riehvale Church on 5219 Church Street, Richvale. On March 27, everyone is invited to a free breakfast at 9 a.m., followed by a worship service. Kids will have their own celebration with a super egg hunt! Nurs- ery is available. Bring your family and friends to cel- ebrate our Risen Lord. 882-4225 on Easter at The Rt. Rev. Barry Beisner, Bishop of the Epis- copal Diocese of Northern California will preach and celebrate Holy Communion at St. Timothy's Church, Gridley, on Easter Sunday, March 27th. Following the service, he will dedicate the new Church Office and Outreach Center, and ask God's blessing on the Community Garden being developed on the property. The Easter worship service will begin at 10:00 a.m. at the church, located at 410 Jackson Street. There will be a social hour and children's Easter Egg hunt following the service. All are welcome to par- tieipate in this Easter service of Holy Communion. Worship at St. Timothy's is always open to visitors. Holy Week services leading up to Easter will con- tinue with Maundy Thursday worship at 6:00 p.m., and Good Friday liturgy at 12:00 noon, preceded by Stations of the Cross at 11:30 a.m. ,R~.I,,N~I, 1,41~&ld,,d~,~in~d'~~ 'n '~ ~1~ '~"~' prevent accidents from happening with Balance Training and Fall Prevention * Po~sun~ca[ techniques. *AIJ~ If an accident does happen, we are here to help you recover and improve your well bel.g. District 2 California Assemblyman'- Noreen Evans P.O. 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