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Kimberly June Chadwick, born Oct. 9, 1962, in Reno, Nevada, passed away in her Truckee home on Dec. 20 after a long illness. She is survived by her father, Jerry Chadwick; brother, Glenn Chadwick; sister, Dena Holcomb; daughter, Amanda Bailey; and long-time companion Jim Petaccio. There will be no funeral services heldWildermuth, Harmon J. Harmon J. Wildermuth passed away on Dec. 20 after a brief illness at Tahoe Forest Hospital in Truckee.Harmon was born in Tripp, SD. in 1930. At the age of five the family moved to Orland, Calif. He grew up in Orland and graduated from Orland Union High School. Following military service during the Korean war, Harmon attended San Jose State University, subsequently graduating with a BS and MS in Meteorology from University of California at Los Angeles.Harmon worked in a wide range of professions and owned several successful businesses. An avid skier and lover of the outdoors, Harmon also enjoyed civic activities such as YMCA Indian Guides, P.T.A. and was a member of Chico Elk’s and Rotary Clubs. Through his proud work with the Chico Rotary Club, Harmon was awarded the prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship Award.Harmon Leaves behind his loving wife of 51 years, Dodi; his sons Eric and Marc and his daughter Lisa Norris; beloved grandchildren Josh and Sara Norris, as well as two cats Kiwi and Cindy.A celebration of Harmon’s life will be on June 11, 2006 at 10 a.m. in Truckee. Details to be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Harmon’s memory can be made to the Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe (530-587-5948), or the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (866-232-8484).

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