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Life Tributes for the week of 8/29/18

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Dorothy Borneman passed away on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018. She was born in Hayward, on July 14, 1926.

Dorothy graduated from Hayward High in 1944 and U C Davis in 1949. She moved to Quincy, after graduation to teach high school Home Economics and PE.

Dorothy wanted to learn how to ski and was set up with Frank Borneman, Quincy’s most eligible bachelor, in January 1950. They were married on Aug. 6, 1950, at her parent’s home in Pleasanton.

She was an extension home economist for Plumas and Sierra Counties, which she was always and forever heavily involved in the county fair. She spent most of her adult life as a homemaker, wife, 4-H leader and thoroughly enjoyed all her many club associations and activities.

After moving to Gooding, Idaho, in August 1972, Dorothy discovered farm auctions as a hobby. She was also interested in history, art, antiques, genealogy, gardening, flower arranging, wildflowers and being outdoors, especially in her beloved iris patch.

Dorothy lived every day to the fullest. She never stopped moving, learning and striving to improve.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brother, and husband of 52 years.

She leaves behind her son, Bill and daughter-in-law, Donna (Huber), of Edson, Kansas and daughter Kathy Spooner, of Moss Bluff, Louisiana. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Sarah Borneman, of Hays, Kansas; Robert Borneman, of Edson, Kansas; Dawn Spooner, of New Orleans, Louisiana and Austin Spooner, of Moss Bluff, Louisiana.

A Celebration of Life for Dorothy will be held Saturday, Sept. 1, at 12 p.m. at the Basque Center in Gooding, Idaho. The family has chosen to do a potluck lunch, so if you would like to bring a dish it would be greatly appreciated. The family also welcomes everyone to bring a story or memory of Dorothy to share during the celebration. Her smile, dimples and sparkly blue eyes will be missed.

To share a memory of Dorothy or to offer condolences to her family please visit demarayfuneralservice.com.

Phillip Herbert ” Moose” Henry

Plumas County native Phillip Herbert Henry passed from this life unexpectedly Thursday morning, Aug. 14, 2018, outside of Weaverville.

Born into his Native American heritage May 16, 1960, to James Sr. and Gloria (Cunningham) Henry in Chester, he was a proud member of the Maidu Tribe.

Moose, as he affectionately became known by family and friends, was a graduate of Quincy High School where he lettered in football. Following graduation, he began a lifelong career in the logging industry as a heavy equipment operator and was employed with Lance Corporation. He loved working in the woods where he felt close to Mother Nature and where he enjoyed fishing and woodcutting.

In his untimely passing he leaves his son, Jacob Henry, of Nixon, Missouri; grandson, Sawyer Henry; brothers; James, of Fairfax, Virginia, Lee, of Homer, Alaska, Charlie and wife, Tina and Michael, all of Greenville, Paul, of Reno, Nevada; a sister, Sheryl LaFlamme, of Sacramento; along with three aunts, one uncle, four nephews and two nieces and numerous cousins.

He joins his father, James Henry Sr., mother, Gloria J. (Henry) Begay, brother, Herbert and one nephew all together in their eternal home.

Phillip will always be remembered for his contagious laugh and the ability to bring a smile to your face whether you were having a bad day or not.

Following a visitation for family and friends at Fehrman Mortuary and Crematory in Greenville, private interment will take place in the family cemetery at Lake Almanor.

Veryl Clive Herbert


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