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Roberts, Michelle Renee Knight  
MICHELLE RENEE KNIGHT ROBERTS went to be with the Lord April 21, 2015 at 1:36 P.M. at the age of 46 years old due to complications of Influenza B. Michelle passed away unexpectedly at St. Joseph's ICU, in Eureka, California. Michelle was born April 3, 1969 at the old General Hospital, in Eureka, California to her mother Bernadette Amaral Madonia. In 1971, when Michelle was only two, and her mother 17, Bernadette was left paralyzed from a terrible vehicle accident. Michelle's babysitter at the time, Margarate Reed and her family took Michelle and her mother Bernadette into their home. Michelle attended schools in Humboldt and Trinity county including Cuddy Back Elementary, Van Duzen Elementary, Southern Trinity High school, and earned her G.E.D. at Adult Education in Eureka. Michelle was a cheerleader when she was young and later in high school, she enjoyed playing volleyball. Michelle had a passion for working in the Medical field. For the past 25 years she had experience in medical front and back office, billing & collections, Injection and Venipuncture certified, Medical Clerical, Extensive Medical Terminology, Para Optometric Assistant, Pediatric/Child/Adult First Aid & CPR. Recently, she shifted gears and went back to school. She took the State test and became a C.N.A. with further intentions of becoming a R.N. She worked at Sea View Rehabilitation Center, where she was loved by residents as well as co-workers. Michelle was well known for going the extra mile for everyone, always making those around her feel loved and very special. She had a unique talent to bring warmth and happiness whereever she went. No matter what life threw at her, she could always be found with a smile, a laugh or a silly joke. She was the type of person who you could be around for a few hours and feel like you have known her your entire life. During the summer Michelle loved traveling, road trips, camping with friends, white water rafting, "taking a tan", and "having dance parties in the car" with her sister Ashley. She loved lazy days watching movies with her family, and was into reality T.V. and loved her Netflix. Michelle was very close with her brother Adam, and loved spending as much time as she could with him; as well as her nephew Hunter, niece Alissia, and her niece Clara Jane. They called her Auntie Shell and Michelle loved it. She had a real special love for her nieces and nephew. Michelle is survived by her mother Bernadette Madonia, brother Adam Adorni, niece Alissia Adorni, and nephew Hunter Adorni, sister Ashley Madonia, and niece Clara Schuessler, as well as her grandmother Dolores Arruda all of Humboldt County; along with numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Michelle continued her close relationship with her life long friend Shani Pearson of Mckinleyville. There will be a "Celebration of Michelle's Life" Sunday, May 31, 2015, at 1:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Adorni Center Gym, 1011 Waterfront Drive, Eureka. There will be a potluck so bring your favorite dish to share with family and friends, as well as a funny story or memory of Michelle. This will help us start the healing process. She will always be remembered for who she was, and will be deeply missed by all who knew her. We love you Michelle Renee. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard from May 17 to May 24, 2015
Sattler, Genola Carter  
GENOLA CARTER SATTLER Genola went to be with her best friend Jesus on March 14, 2015 at Leconte Medical Center in Sevierville, Tennessee after a long illness of scleroderma often referred to as one of the body snatcher autoimmune diseases. Genaola was born in Piggott, Arkansas at home on May 25, 1944, the youngest of four children. She attended schools in Arkansas and California and graduated from Eureka High in 1962. She and her Air Force husband lived in many states following military orders. Genola worked as a private secretary for Motorola, and the Intelligence Department of the Army, both in Arizona; then in Florida in a restautrant frequented by Apollo astronauts. They built a retirement log home in Sevierville, Tennessee where the Smoky Mountains were their backyard. Genola was a very caring person: she donated to "safe space" for women and children. She donated bags of food to the animal shelters and she spoiled the little wild birds by feeding them all year not just when the Smokies froze. Genola was preceded in death by her parents Henry E. and Rosie Lena Carter, a brother-in-law L.C. Hall, and a sister-in-law Barbara Carter. She leaves behind her husband Dennis Sattler, a sister Monda Carter Hall, two brothers Lynn Ray Carter and Gaylon Carter (Marlene), a nephew Craig Carter, nieces Deborah Hall Brunton (David), Gayle Carter Schander (Larry), Kristen Carter DeAraujo (Scott), Cheryl Carter Honour (Tom). She is also survived by great-nephews and nieces Eric Brunton (Taunya), Aaron Brunton (Joy), Nicole, Jessica and Brittany DeAraujo, Kelsey & Tyler Carter, Thomas & Analisa Honour, and Josh Mlynarski; great-great-nephews and niece: Seth, Luke, Adam Brunton, Emmit, Liam, Morgan and Scarlett Brunton. Genola was close with her cousin Sue Watson and they did frequent family updates by phone. The family wishes to thank good friend Claire Nester for being a very wonderful friend and neighbor. Per Genola's wishes, there will be no services. She wanted her ashes and those of her beloved past pets spread together. They will be spread on their Sevierville property where she fed her little wild birds. If you wish to honor Genola's memory, please donate to a worthy cause for people, animals or birds. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 24, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Three Days

McKenzie, Kelly Ann  
KELLY ANN McKENZIE After a long illness, our beautiful mother, daughter, sister, auntie, and friend passed away on May 14, 2015. Kelly was the second of five children, born to Joann and William McKenzie, on February 25, 1957. The majority of her childhood was spent at her parents' home in McKinleyville where there were fields to pick daffodils, room to play softball & other games, as well as a neighborhood full of childhood friends. Kelly attended St. Mary's Elementary School, McKinleyville High School, and College of the Redwoods, graduating from their Dental Assisting Program, obtaining her RDA. Many will remember her years of service in the dental field, working for Dr. Lawrence Johanson, DDS and Dr. George Epperson, DDS. She was loved by her patients and many lifelong friends were made during this time. After her career in the dental field, she went to work for the Northern Humboldt Union High School District, working for their Adult Education Program; then on to McKinleyville High School where she was the Assistant Principal's secretary, and finally becoming the Principal's secretary. Her proudest work for the district was being the director for the Northern Humboldt Employment Services. She loved her crew and had a special bond with many of her workers. Kelly is survived by her proudest accomplishments, her sons: Blair Mason and his wife Katie, Bailey Mason and his fianc‚e Shannon Bradley. She is also survived by her family: Mother Joann McKenzie; Dad in spirit Bob Bugbee; siblings Denise McKenzie and her husband Ed Emmons, Leslie McKenzie, Bill McKenzie and his fianc‚e Christine Silver, Mary Dawn Ford and her husband Merritt. She was loved by her nieces and nephews: Kelsey Wood, Dawson Patrick, Whitney Wilson, Casey McKenzie, McKenzie Ford, Karli McKenzie, William Mattingly, McKenna Ford, and Tanner Mattingly. She will be missed by her extended family, as well as those who called her friend. Kelly was preceded in death by her Dad William McKenzie. Kelly was blessed to have the love and support of her "Team Kelly Ann". This team of friends and family made it possible for her to stay in her home during her illness and made many sacrifices to ensure that she had everything she needed or wanted in her final days. Thank you all for your patience and being there for her. Our family would like to give a special thanks to Marcelle Mahan MD, Fr. Michael Cloney, Leonard Amarant, and our "saving grace" Patti Stanley. Services for Kelly will be held on Saturday May 23, 2015 at Christ the King Catholic Church, 1951 McKinleyville Ave. in McKinleyville beginning at 1:00 p.m. A reception will follow in the church hall. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to McKinleyville High School's booster club, Panther Partners, or to a charity of your choice. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard from May 21 to May 23, 2015

Obituaries from the Past Week

Baird, Georgia Lea  
SUE BAIRD Georgia Lea Baird always known as "Sue", 85 years old, died in her sleep with her loved ones continually by her side, giving her last breath the morning of May 5, 2015. Sue was born to Fornadia "Pat" and George McKeehan on April 11, 1930 in Chattanooga, Tennessee; raised in New Mexico and onto California. She was blessed with two sisters: Lucy "Tito" Stipek and Whetonia "Toni" Orsenico. She was married at a young age to Neal Oester and was living in Santa Ana when the Flood of '64 in Humboldt County was all over the news. When the decision was made to uproot her family and make a move for a new life change, she packed up everything along with her three teenage children and headed for the unknown. She never looked back. She went to school and received her Real Estate License and then her Brokers License. She went to work for Campton Heights Realty and was soon joined by her sister Lucy Stipek. In 1970 Sue established Six Rivers Real Estate. She went on to become Red Carpet SRRE where her daughter Debi August joined her and finally Coldwell Banker SRRE where her other daughter Rhonda Meehan joined her. She succeeded where others failed. Some may remember her driving her Red Cadillac and the many Real Estate Floats she entered during the Rodeo Parades and events in the town of Fortuna. She was a member of Humboldt County Association of Realtors since 1967. Sue earned the distinction and honor of being a CAR Member-for-Life and a NAR Realtor® Emeritus. She also held the prestige of being named Realtor of the Year, President of the Board of Realtors and California Association of Realtors as region one chair for Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. She also started the MLS tour in Fortuna back in the 70's. She loved Fortuna and saw no reason her City should be left out. She along with a couple other Business Ladies started the Soroptimist International of Eel River Valley and became a life-time member. She was a member of the Fortuna Planning Commission for several years. She met, fell in love and married Harvey Baird in November of 1971. He taught her how to swim in the ocean and pluck abalone off the rocks. He took her hunting for deer and chucker's. They went camping where she came to the conclusion that her way of roughing it was a hotel with a black and white tv set. They loved taking long drives into the mountains looking for deer and other animals. Just being together were their special times. She loved to collect antiques and dolls. She enjoyed decorating her window at home with her dolls for the holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, 4th of July, Autorama, Rodeo, Halloween, etc. She had the dolls and the props for all occasions. People from all over looked forward to seeing her displays. She was always there for her family. She worried about them and prayed for them. She was and she will always be loved and adored. No one was more proud of her than her husband and family. She was preceded in death by her sisters and parents. She lost her son James Charles Oester while he was in the Service for Our Country in 1968 at the age of 21. A part of her died with him and they are finally together now. She leaves behind her husband Harvey Baird who will miss her dearly; her daughters Rhonda Meehan and Deborah August husband Paul, all from Fortuna; grandchildren Tonya Horvath, Yvonne Roberts, James Roberts, Wendy Medders, Bill Dobberstein, Tracy Singleton, 15 great-grandchildren and 2 great- great-grandchildren. She is also survived by two nieces Chonnie Yochum and Shelly Warriner and one nephew Danny Stipek, several great-nieces and nephews all who loved her; step children Jesse Baird, Colley Baird wife Phillis, Griff Baird wife Wonda, Tana Bryan husband Jerry; grandchildren Jocelyn Baird, Colleen Baird, Jeremy Baird, Kindra Quinton, Alex Gray-Baird, Chandler Baird, Austin Baird, Jordan Baird, YouJay Baird, Keely Baird and Fame Baird, 14 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren. Sue has been put to rest at the Pioneer Cemetery off Kenmar Road in Fortuna. A Celebration of Life will be held in her honor at the River Lodge on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM. We will have a special time starting at 2:00 for those of you who would like to share a time of remembrance. Please come by and pay your respects and share your experiences about this Beautiful Lady. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 20, 2015
Baird, Sue  
SUE BAIRD Georgia Lea Baird always known as "Sue", 85 years old, died in her sleep with her loved ones continually by her side, giving her last breath the morning of May 5, 2015. Sue was born to Fornadia "Pat" and George McKeehan on April 11, 1930 in Chattanooga, Tennessee; raised in New Mexico and onto California. She was blessed with two sisters: Lucy "Tito" Stipek and Whetonia "Toni" Orsenico. She was married at a young age to Neal Oester and was living in Santa Ana when the Flood of '64 in Humboldt County was all over the news. When the decision was made to uproot her family and make a move for a new life change, she packed up everything along with her three teenage children and headed for the unknown. She never looked back. She went to school and received her Real Estate License and then her Brokers License. She went to work for Campton Heights Realty and was soon joined by her sister Lucy Stipek. In 1970 Sue established Six Rivers Real Estate. She went on to become Red Carpet SRRE where her daughter Debi August joined her and finally Coldwell Banker SRRE where her other daughter Rhonda Meehan joined her. She succeeded where others failed. Some may remember her driving her Red Cadillac and the many Real Estate Floats she entered during the Rodeo Parades and events in the town of Fortuna. She was a member of Humboldt County Association of Realtors since 1967. Sue earned the distinction and honor of being a CAR Member-for-Life and a NAR Realtor® Emeritus. She also held the prestige of being named Realtor of the Year, President of the Board of Realtors and California Association of Realtors as region one chair for Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. She also started the MLS tour in Fortuna back in the 70's. She loved Fortuna and saw no reason her City should be left out. She along with a couple other Business Ladies started the Soroptimist International of Eel River Valley and became a life-time member. She was a member of the Fortuna Planning Commission for several years. She met, fell in love and married Harvey Baird in November of 1971. He taught her how to swim in the ocean and pluck abalone off the rocks. He took her hunting for deer and chucker's. They went camping where she came to the conclusion that her way of roughing it was a hotel with a black and white tv set. They loved taking long drives into the mountains looking for deer and other animals. Just being together were their special times. She loved to collect antiques and dolls. She enjoyed decorating her window at home with her dolls for the holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, 4th of July, Autorama, Rodeo, Halloween, etc. She had the dolls and the props for all occasions. People from all over looked forward to seeing her displays. She was always there for her family. She worried about them and prayed for them. She was and she will always be loved and adored. No one was more proud of her than her husband and family. She was preceded in death by her sisters and parents. She lost her son James Charles Oester while he was in the Service for Our Country in 1968 at the age of 21. A part of her died with him and they are finally together now. She leaves behind her husband Harvey Baird who will miss her dearly; her daughters Rhonda Meehan and Deborah August husband Paul, all from Fortuna; grandchildren Tonya Horvath, Yvonne Roberts, James Roberts, Wendy Medders, Bill Dobberstein, Tracy Singleton, 15 great-grandchildren and 2 great- great-grandchildren. She is also survived by two nieces Chonnie Yochum and Shelly Warriner and one nephew Danny Stipek, several great-nieces and nephews all who loved her; step children Jesse Baird, Colley Baird wife Phillis, Griff Baird wife Wonda, Tana Bryan husband Jerry; grandchildren Jocelyn Baird, Colleen Baird, Jeremy Baird, Kindra Quinton, Alex Gray-Baird, Chandler Baird, Austin Baird, Jordan Baird, YouJay Baird, Keely Baird and Fame Baird, 14 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren. Sue has been put to rest at the Pioneer Cemetery off Kenmar Road in Fortuna. A Celebration of Life will be held in her honor at the River Lodge on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM. We will have a special time starting at 2:00 for those of you who would like to share a time of remembrance. Please come by and pay your respects and share your experiences about this Beautiful Lady. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard from May 12 to May 19, 2015
Brennen, Donnie Ray  
DONNIE RAY BRENNEN born May 27, 1959 passed away peacefully in his childhood home Feb. 5, 2015. Donnie was a kind, loving, caring, giving and gentle man with a big heart. Donnie attended local schools, played Pop Warner football on the Orange Jets, enjoyed scouting, hanging out with friends, swimming and diving, was part of the diving team as a teen, and hunting and fishing with his father and brother. Donnie was blessed here on this earth with three beautiful daughters: Nellie Brennen of Eureka CA Kimberly Barnett of Coos Bay OR, and Brittany Brennen, Eugene OR. Shortly before his passing Donnie was priviledged to meet his first grandchild Alyeah Oyson. Donnie fought a 4 year battle with Cancer, through which he kept a positive attitude and would even have a smile for those who came to visit him. Donnie is survived by his beloved mother Betty Brennen, his daughters Nellie, Kimberly & Brittany and grandaughter Alyeah, brother Ron Brennen of OR and sister Cerina Brennen of Eureka; uncles Bill (Kim) Brittian, Charles (Rosie) Brittian, Ray Spratling, aunt Nancy Brittian; and life long friend/sis Rhonda Readen; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Donnie was preceded in death by his father Frank Brennen, uncles Jim Brittian, Bob Brittian; aunts Letha Spratling and Pat Campbell; grandparents Harvey and Nellie Brittian and Vivian Goodwin. Per Donnie's request there were no formal services. However, there will be a gathering of family and close friends at Donnie's family home, Saturday, May 23rd, from 1-3 p.m. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 21, 2015
Brown, James Arnold  
JAMES ARNOLD BROWN James known as "Mooch" was hatched April 11, 1952 in Long Beach, California. Mooch passed away May 12, 2015. He is predeceased by his parents James Earl Brown and Carolyn Edith Davis-Brown. Mooch had two brothers Donald H. and Terrance J. Brown. We will miss and forever love our uncle: Greg and Todd Brown, Bridgett, Brooke, and Brittany Brown, Terry Jr., Zack, and Alishia Brown and 20 plus nephews and nieces. Mooch was very active and supported his brothers work with the Vietnam Veterans and "Rolling Thunder." Dip net fishing at Ishi Pish Falls as a clubber for his older brother was very near and dear to him as a man and he helped his brother with projects with Dr. Jane Goodall. His real love was getting to and watching his family complete in various sporting events. As an Indian Stick Player Coach he helped Terry and Zack become some of the best Indian Stick Players on the Klamath River. Mooch along with his brother was one of the best "Jump Center" dancers in his day. That's how "Kottomein Thunder" got started in 1975. He was not a bad "Arrow Shooter" either. He was always trying to edge "NG" by getting close to the target. He also enjoyed his tunes, UFC, the Raiders when they were winning, and the Washington Redskins. Mooch cared for many folks on the River. He was very close to Shirley L. Brown, Christine Brown, and Lisa Sundberg-Brown. A special blessing to his sister-in-law Sherian Prince of Petaluma, California. A grave site burial will be held at the Davis-Brown Allotment 1 mile north of the General Somes Bar Store - US Post Office at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday May 21, 2015. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 19, 2015
Butler, Opal Irene  
OPAL IRENE BUTLER aged 82, died May 9, 2015 in Eureka, CA. Opal was born in Alleene, Arkansas to Doc and Mae Lansdell. She is survived by four children: Anita Byrd of Eagle Point, OR, Robert Butler of Eureka, CA, Judith Sano of Chehalis, WA, and Wanda Butler of Willow Creek, CA. She is also survived by 8 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Oscar Butler on July 6, 2014. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 19, 2015
Ford, Nesbit "Grady"  
NESBIT 'GRADY' FORD or the "Lead Dog" to his Harley riding friends, passed away May 14, 2015 in Eureka, CA. Grady was born in Atlanta, GA on February 28, 1930 to Ada Walker Speer and Grady Nesbit Ford. Grady had four siblings: Louise, Donald, Kathleen and Denise. He enlisted in the army right after school in 1948 and was stationed with the 11th Infantry Training Regiment, a unit of the 5th Infantry Division, stationed at Fort Jackson, South Carolina for basic training. Grady was stationed with the US Army Caribbean at the Panama Canal and used to love to tell us stories of driving the troops and contractors around base. He loved getting to meet all the different people and having the conversations with people from all walks of life. Grady left the military in 1952 from Camp Stoneman in Pittsburg, CA where he then moved to Antioch, CA and went to work for PG&E as a gas line inspector and trouble shooter. Grady had a long, successful career with PG&E working and living in various parts of California, the state he left Atlanta for and loved so much. After retiring from PG&E you could find Grady tending bar at his pub, Jan's Pub, spending time with his granddaughter Kayla, or riding his beloved Harley through the redwoods or down the winding beauty of Hwy 299. Twenty years ago he met Cindee, he found love and a new riding partner for the remainder of his life. Together with amazing groups of friends, they had many Harley adventures across the most beautiful parts of America. One of their favorite rides is featured in National Geographic's book, Journey Across America, including a picture of them in front of the bike with the Redwoods behind them. They both used to say those years and rides were the best time of their lives. They also loved visiting Cindee's two daughters in Sacramento and Phoenix, AZ just enjoying the ride and life. Grady was a long time resident of Eureka, with a routine many are familiar with: his morning Jitter Bean, or Starbucks, his daily gym workout, and his walk around the water depot with the vicious little chihuahua Kirby, who loved Grady to the moon and back. Grady is joining his partner Cindee Rosenberg to watch over us from heaven, and leaves behind his step-daughters Mollie Teames and Anna Hartman, and his step-granddaughters Sophie Teames and Kayla Brown. Grady is survived by his sisters Kathleen McDevitt and Diane Franklin, as well as many nieces and nephews in Georgia. The family invites you to participate in a Memorial Motorcycle Ride for Grady, Wednesday, May 20th at 10:00 A.M. Riders will meet at Redwood Harley Davidson in Eureka, CA. The ride will end at the Eureka Veteran's Memorial Hall, 1018 H Street, at 11:30 A.M. where we will hold a memorial service for Grady to share your stories and memories of the Lead Dog over coffee and cookies. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the following charities: Alzheimer's Association www.alz.org United Bikers of Northern California www.ubnchumboldt.com Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 19, 2015
Leach, Kathryn Helen  
KATHRYN HELEN LEACH "Kathy" was born on February 13, 1951 and left us too soon on May 16, 2015. We will especially miss her infectious laugh and delicious homemade biscuits that no one else could perfect. A proud member of the Hoopa Tribe, she enjoyed beading jewelry and participated in jump dances in her youth. She loved her four cats as if they were her children. She adored each and every one of her neices and nephews and was inseparable with her sisters. She enjoyed a good football game in her backyard. She had a passion for western movies which she called "her cowboy movies" and never missed a good action movie. Kathy loved to wear her "bling bling" rings and never left the house without perfect makeup and hair. She loved to be surrounded by family. Her quick wit that she brought to the family get-togethers would always bring the house down. She always made everyone feel at home. She is preceded in death by her parents Ruel and Marjorie Leach and brother Ruel Leach Jr. She is survived by her siblings Merriah Leach, Jonathan and Harriet Leach, Joan and Russ Wallace, Annie Leach and Edward and Emily Leach. She also leaves behind nieces and nephews Mia Brown, John Leach Jr., Missy Keisner, Cindy Searle, Deedee Mularky, Barbi Leach, Marjorie Wallace, Stone Wallace, Sandi Wallace, Season Leach, Starlene Leach, Sabrina Leach along with numerous great nieces and nephews. Graveside services are to be held at Willow Creek Cemetery at 11:00am on May 21st. Reception to follow at the Hoopa Fire Hall. Please sign the guestbook at www.times-standard.com under obituaries.
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Published in Eureka Times-Standard on May 20, 2015
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