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HuEIN ,Y i v,L0000POST REGISTER VALLEY RECORDS A3 May 12, 2011 OBITUARIES William Bierlink William (Bill) Bierlink went to be with his Heav- enly Fa- ther on Sunday, May 8, 2011, at his home at William Bierlink the age of 93. He was born Aug. 21, 1917, in Lynden, to John and Jennie (Mulder) Bierlink. Bill attended school through eighth grade at Ebene- zer Christian School in Lynden and worked on the family farm with his dad. Bill married Dena Geleynse on Nov. 12, 1941, and they op- erated a dairy farm in Sumas until moving to Quincy in June of 1963, where he farmed until he retired. He also worked as a truck driver for Lamb Weston in Quincy for many years. He was a lifetime member of the Christian Reformed Church. Bill is survived by his chil- dren: Jan (Ron) Veltkamp of Anchorage, Alaska; Monie (Roy, deceased) Blankenship of East Wenatchee; Clarice (Ron) Laney of Moses Lake; Brad (Phyllis) Bierlink of Quincy; Ev (Hank) Haak of Sunnyside, and Galen (Sheila) Bierlink of Quincy; 18 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Gret LeFebre of Walnut Creek, Calif., and Marian Lows of Tigard, Ore. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dena, of 64 years and two sisters, Francis Byeman and Margaret Bierlink, both of Lynden. Visitation will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel, Quincy. A celebration of Bill's life will be held at 1 p.m. on Fri- day, May 13,2011 at the Quincy Christian Reformed Church, 420 H St. SE. Charitable donations in Bill's name may be made to Central Basin Home Health and Hos- pice, 311 West Third Ave., Moses Lake, WA, 98837 or to the Quincy Christian Reformed Church, 420 H St. SE, Quincy, WA 98848. Please leave a memory for the family or sign their guest book at Ar- rangements are under the care of Scharbach's ColumbiaFuneral Chapel, Quincy. " Henry Linscott Henry Linscott, alongtime resident of Quincy, went into the pres- ence of our Sav- ior, the Henry Linscott Lord Jesus Christ, on Monday, May 9, 2011 at his home at the age of 95. He was born Aug. 18, 1915 to Robert R. and Mary Alice (Higbee) Linscott in Tekoa; he was the middle child of a fam- ily of five. When Henry was ifi junior high, the family moved to Oroville, where he played football and basketball and enjoyed sports. He graduated from Oroville High School. Henry married Frances Foisy, on Dec. 3, 1959 in Spo- kane; they made their home in Quincy in 1967. Henry loved life and family, Fran never had to call a repair man while Henry was around. He also loved to garden, he and Pastor J. Benton Bell would see who could outdo each other every summer. He was a ham radio operator and his call letters were W70BI; he enjoyed talk- ing with his dad over the radio every day. Sergeant Henry Linscott served with the maintenance forces of the 7th Army Air Force Bomber Group, and is a veteran of four major blows against the Japanese, where he served as a radio mechanic. After the war, he attended and earned a degree in electronics from Perry Technical Institute in Yakima. Henry started work- ing for the Grant County PUD in 1959 at Priest Rapids Dam while theWanapum Dam was being finished; he retired in 1977 as chief power plant operator. Following his retirement, he and Fran took the family almost every summer to Texas to visit with family. Henry was a member of the First Baptist Church in Quincy and loved serving. He is survived by his wife, Fran Linscott, at home in Quincy; son and daughter-in- law, Michael and Ruth Linscott; and daughter and son-in-law, Cathy and Jerry Roberts, all of Quincy; grandson Corey and wife Amy, and their children, Austin, Marissa, Emilee and Hayden, allofQuincy; grandson Timothy of Bellevue; grandson Joshua and wife Chloe, and their children, Kara, Evan and Seth, all of Quincy, and grandson Matthew of Bellevue. Henry was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Cecil Linscott and Clarence Linscott; and two sisters, Lura Larew and Blanche Loudon. Visitation will be from 5 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. at the Quincy First Baptist Church, 707 J St. SW, Monday, May 16, 2011, with a celebration of Henry's life to follow at 6 p.m. .The family would like to thank the Central Basin Home Health & Hospice for their loving care of Henry during his final days at home. Memo- rials or charitable donations in Henry's name may be made to the American Cancer Society. Please leave a memory for the family or sign their guest book at Arrangements are under the care of Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel, Quincy. BIRTHS Lily Guadalupe Lily Guadalupe was born April 24, 2011 to Maria and Jose Vasquez of Quincy. She was born at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. Bethlehem Bethlehem was born April 29, 2011 to Maria Isabel Pio Paredes of Quincy. She was born at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. Armando Hipolito Armando Hipolito was born April 29, 2011 to Rogelia Gonzalez of Quincy. He was born at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. Arlette Juiiette Arlette Juliette was born April 30, 2011 to Heidi Corona Arizaga of George. She was born at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. Sheyla Nicol Sheyla Nicol was born April 30, 2011 to Gra- ciela and Ignacio Jimenez of George. She was born at Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake. FIRE LINE May 1 Firefighters from Quincy responded to an outside fire on Highway 281 and Road 8 NW. May 2 Firefighters from Quincy re- sponded to an outside fire on the 2100 block of Road L.6 NW. May 4 Firefighters from Quincy re- sponded to a controlled bum on Highway 28 and Road 4 NW. May 5 Firefighters from George re- sponded to a medical assist on the 100 block of Naden Avenue. Firefighters from Quincy responded to a motor vehicle accident at Central Avenue S and Q Street SE. May 6 Firefighters from Quincy and George responded to a fire alarm on the 21000 block of North Frontage Road. May 7 Firefighters from Quincy re- sponded to a fire alarm that was cancelled enroute on the 100 block of Crescent Bar Road. Firefighters from Quincy re- sponded to a fire alarm that wa cancelled enroute on the 100 block of Division Street E. I POLICE REPORTS May 3 12:14 p.m. -- Jesus Rome- ro- Urquizo, 61, was booked on a warrant. 3:40 p.m. -- An assault was reported. 8:22 p.m.--A runaway ju- venile was reported. May 4 9:49 a.m. -- A residential burglar alarm was reported on the 900 block of 6th Avenue SE. 12:30 p.m. -- Suspicious ac- tivity was reported on the 1300 block of 3rd Avenue SW. 1:07 p.m. -- Harassment was reported on the 400 block of lstAvenue SW. 1:08 p.m. -- Theft was reported on the first block of Division Street W. 6:03 p.m. -- Suspicious activity was reported on 1st Avenue SW. 8:46 p.m. -- A traffic acci- dent was reported on the 600 block of F Street SE. May 5 10 a.m. -- Aresidential bur- glar alarm was reported on the 700 block of H Street SW. 4:31 p.m. -- Suspicious ac- tivity was reported on the first block of 6th Avenue SE. 4:57 p.m. -- A lost phone was reported on the 300 block of 3rd Avenue SE. 5:20 p.m. -- Damage was reported On the 500 block of E Street NE. 7:34 p.m. -- Suspicious ac- tivity was reported on the 100 block of F Street SW. Police reports continued on B5 S p 300 G St SE, Quincy 787-2223 Serving the Columbia Basin for over 32years CseBZlrial ek Cremation Services I Pre-Planning available l ompassionate, courteous/ rvice for a. l! cultures I Looking Back into Quincy's Past 10 years ago May 10, 2001 Quincy is a step closer to being home to a new power plant following action by the Port of Quincy at Tuesday's Port Commission meeting. That board approved a pro- posal by Moses Lake Con- struction Company to lease a lot in Industrial Park 2 on the city's west end. The Moses Lake firm plans to build a facility on the site to host a power generating operation. According to Mick Hansen of Moses Lake Construction, the firm would install several diesel genera- tors that would also operate on natural gas or vegetable oil. ' 20 years ago May 9, 1991 Two Quincy School Dis- trict employees were honored by the North Central Educa- tional Service District for ex- cellence in job performance last week. Donna Duff, a resource room teacher at Mtn. View Elementary, and Mary Mar- tinez, a Chapter 1 aide at Quincy High School and Quincy Junior High, were honored along with employ- ees from other districts in Grant County. 30 years ago May 14, 1981 In a recent mini-class ses- sion, 21 Quincy Junior High choral students were recently able to experience the com- plicated process of making a professional recording. Professional recording equipment was loaned, in- cluding a 4-track reel-to-reel recorder, 8-channel mixer board, 6-channel headphone splitter and other items. 40 years ago May 13, 1971 The 20th annual Quincy Jaycee-Jaycee-ettes installa- tion banquet will be held this Friday evening, May 14, atthe Moose Lodge in Quincy. All charter members of the Quincy Jaycees have been invited as special guests, as well as all past presidents of the local group, to celebrate the 20th year this young men's organization has been in ex- istence in Quincy. 50 years ago May 11, 1961 There will be an open house at Quincy Valley Hos- pital this Sunday, May 7, in honor of National Hospital Week. Visitors, including children, will be welcomed from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. New equipment will be on display and if possible, the surgery will be set up so visitors can see it. Refreshments will be served. Commenting on the ob- servance, Paul Kibby, ad- ministrator anesthetist, said, "Although some months have shown a loss, since August of 1960, the financial operation of the hospital in general shows a profit." Since the first of 1961, the financial statement has looked much better than last fall. Quincy Valley Church Dire,etory First Baptist Church of Quincy Primera Iglesia Bautista 707 J St SW 787.3492 9:30 a.m- Sunday School (nurseq- adult including Hispanic class) 10:45 a, m, - Morning Wothip/Chil&an ' s Church 6:00 p.m, - Blended EngltslCSpanish Worship Se,'vi I 7p.m.. Engtish & Spanish Bible Study/Prayereting 7 p.m.. Youth Group (Tth.12th grades) Senior Pastor Don Valen 787-5624 , Associate Joan Cados Magallanes 787-5681 Seventh-dayl Adventist Church 17047 Rd 9 NW Services Each Saturday , Worship Service 11 a.m. % ' 1.8g7.B;SkE St. Paul Lutheran Church 716 Third Ave SE 787-2824 Quincy Adult Forum 9:15 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. St. Pius X Catholic Church 787-2622 805 N. Central Rev. Mario A. Salazar MASSES Saturday 5:00 p.m. (Spanish) 7:00 p,m, (English) Sunday 9:00 a.m, (English) 11:00 a.m. (Spanish) Quincy Community Church SUNDAY Worship Service 11 a.m. Handicap Accessible 124 D Street SW o 787.3638 Pastor Robert Poindexter BREAD OF LIFE CHURCH 140 14th Ave NW, Ephrata Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Tuesday Bible study 6:30 p.m. Sunday Worship at George Commun ty Center 6 p.m.  (509) 237-3040 or (509) 760-3626 Church, ofChn00 Corner of A and lst:NE: Nick Nelson, Evangelist 787-4738 Morning Bible Classes 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday Classes 7 p.m. Servicio de adoration en Espafiol 10:00 am - 12 noon Fausto Santiago - 785-7804 Quincy Christian Reformed Church 420 H St. SE 787-2641 EDUCATION CLASSES Sunday, 9:30 a.rnl MORNING WORSHIP Sunday, 10:30 a.m. IGLESlA EMANGELICA CRISTIANA REFORMADA Pastor Sergio Castillo TIlE CIIURCII OF JESUS CHRIST OF LA'FI'ER-DAY SAINI,'S 1102 2nd Ave SE Quincy WA 98848 Sunday meeting times Quincy 2nd Branch Sacrament Meeting, 9 &m, Rama Hispana (Spanish-language service) Pres. Matthew Roytance, 787-2923 Quincy 1st Ward, 10 a.m. (Sacrament Meeting at 11:50 a.m.) Bishop Wade Petersen, 787-2537 Christ the Savior Lutheran Church Missouri Synod t George, WA f 785-4350 Pastor Jeff Berndt Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m, Sunday School 10:45 a.m Tues., Wed., Thurs. Morning Preschool (00inc00 Cfiurch of t fazar00 John Hardiman ~ Pastor Services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening 6 p.m. Wednesday evening 7 p.m. "Being Jesus to the world" PO Box 697 625 N Central Ave. Quincy, WA 787-2047 k;'J Quincy Baptist Church (SBC) 228 F St. S.E. 7 i -,J t Iu Sunday School 10:00 a.m. ,Worship Services I l:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service 7 p.m. a ` y, i ,, A, g (0 S P.' Quincy First Presbyterian Church 715 N Central Ave. 787-2718 SUNDAY -Service: 10:30 a.m. First Sunday each month - CHILDREN FIRST Pastor: Rich Coghill Handicapped accessible NO matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here. Quincy Free Methodist Church 3011 SL S.W. Quincy (509) 787-4491 Senior Pastor: Shaun McNay 8:30 a.m .... Worship Service 9:45 a.m.... Sunday School for all 11:00 a.m .... Worship Service 11:00 a.m .... Hispanic Service Nursury & children's church are available. web: e-maih