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Memorial Service for Gavin Brummund, USMC, Calaveras Fairgrounds, Saturday, June 19, 2010, 6 p.m.

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/16/2010 09:29 AM
Angels Camp, CA...Arnold resident Gavin Roderick Brummund, age 22, was killed June 10, 2010 in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan while on his second tour of duty with the United States Marine Corps. Deployed in January 2010, Brummund was due to return to the United States later this summer....



Pictured above is Lance Cpl. Gavin Brummund on the left and on the right is Gavin and his wife Michaela Brummund and were supplied by Michaela Brummund. The combat image was taken by AP photographer David Guttenfelder of Gavin during a firefight with the Taliban in the battle for Marja in Afghanistan.

Below are links to the stories we have done on Gavin. Many of these contain numerous comments and well wishes for Gavin and his family. Original Story on His Passing, Flags Flying for Gavin, Former Wrestling Coach Remembers Gavin,
A Town At Half Mast
, Honoring Local Hero, Lance Cpl. Gavin Brummund and His Family, Community Photos From Brummund Procession

"I did not know Gavin. However, i will never be able to forget his name. I was here, in Afghanistan, when Gavin started his last journey home. I wish his family to know that as we few hundred stood on that flightline for a memorial to honor his great sacrifice that his actions will not be in vane and will never be forgotten! I will never be able to forget those moments, the image of a young man i never met, who gave something that most in our great land will never, ever be able to comprehend. May god be with his family and his wife. Rest assured that his memory will live on!" Comment On Article....Author Unknown
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Honoring Local Hero, Lance Cpl. Gavin Brummund and His Family ~By John Hamilton

Posted by: thepinetree on 06/14/2010 09:20 AM
Arnold, CA...The County turned out yesterday starting in Valley Springs at just after 2pm as the procession of Gavin's Family returning home from the sad trip to Delaware where Gavin Brummund returned the US after his death serving his country in Afghanistan. Starting at the County line where escorts from the Calaveras County Sheriff's department met the Military Van thousands lined the roads to show their support of the families. Along their path down Hwy 12 through Valley Springs to San Andreas, Angels Camp, Murphys, Avery and Finishing their sad return in Arnold the family was greeted with Fire Trucks, Veterans, Friends...


A Sign Along the Way and Procession Carring Gavin's Family As It Ends It's Sad Journey In Arnold. If you have photos or video of yesterday you would like to share please email them to news@thepinetree.net. A short video is enclosed...
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A Town At Half Mast ~By John Hamilton (As of 2:28pm The Family is Passing Through San Andreas!)

Posted by: thepinetree on 06/13/2010 12:27 AM
Arnold, CA....We will continue to keep you posted as to where the family is in Calaveras County. Estimated time, 2pm....The town of Arnold and the surrounding areas have rallied around the families and friends of fallen Marine Lance Cpl. Gavin Brummund. Those wishing to honor Gavin and show support for his family as they return home from Delaware are invited to line the road on Sunday afternoon. The family's flight is expected to land in Sacramento around 12:30pm. They will be traveling up Hwy 12 through Valley Springs to Hwy 49 and then on up Hwy 4, escorted by the Calaveras Sheriffs Department along with the San Andreas CHP. Those wishing to show their support should be in place by 2-2:30pm starting in Avery to make sure they catch them as they pass. We will try and post word here when they enter Calaveras County....


Ebbett's Pass Fire personnel helped a local veteran who wishes to remain anonymous hang a huge American Flag in the Bristol's Parking Lot in Arnold. He stayed with and illuminated the Flag last night in honor of Gavin. The Ebbett's Pass Veterans Association has also placed their Flags along Hwy 4 in Brummund's honor. An eloquently worded sign in front of the Flag says it all..

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Local Hero Gavin Brummund lost his life in Afghanistan.

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/11/2010 09:41 AM
Arnold, CA....Local resident, Gavin Brummund, 22, of Arnold was killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan yesterday. He was a member of the USMC. Gavin is the son of Debbie Morris & Gregg Brummund of Arnold. Gavin is married to Michaela Brummund. Parents are Leslie Gause and Joesph Otten. Gavin is also survived by one brother, Cole. Michaela has two brother's, Gabriel and Morgan Gause. Gavin's family along with the Gause family have flown to Delaware. Gavin graduated in 2006 from Bret Harte High School. This is a developing story. We will post additional details as we receive and how we as a community can help the families through this tragic time. More to come...

Pictured above is L Cpl. Gavin Brummund, Son of Debbie Morris and Gregg Brummund, who was raised in Arnold CA and graduated from Bret Harte High School in 2006. The above image was taken by AP photographer David Guttenfelder of Gavin during a firefight with the Taliban in the battle for Marja in Afghanistan. This photo made numerous appearances in the national press...
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Donna Lynn (Stokes) Lehrer April 9, 1963 to May 28, 2010

Posted by: thepinetree on 06/09/2010 09:59 AM
A Celebration of Life service was held on June 2 for Donna Lynn (Stokes) Lehrer, 47, who passed away peacefully with family at her bedside in Angels Camp, California. Graveside services will be private and held at a later date. She will be laid to rest in Sonora, California. She lived in Folsom but was born in Sonora, California and raised in Angels Camp, California.
During her fulfilled years of life, she was an outstanding mother, supportive spouse, loving daughter and sister and adored friend. Through her years of parenting, sisterhood and friendship, she was admired to those who knew and loved her....
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Murphys Resident, William J. Bryant, Passed Away Today at the The Age of 84

Posted by: thepinetree on 05/19/2010 03:40 PM
Murphys, CA.....Murphys resident, William J. Bryant, passed away on May 19th, 2010 , at the age of 84 of natural causes. William was a native of Alameda and and Industrial Paint Salesman for 35 years. He was a member of Foothill Community Church, Angels Boosters Frog Jump Volunteer. He received his Bachelors Degree from CA State Berkley. William is survived by his wife, Barbara Bryant of Murphys and children, William Bryant of Lodi and Kenneth Bryant of Michigan. ...
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Susan Fay Fleming of Mad River, CA, Passed Away at the Age of 62

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/18/2010 08:24 AM
Susan Faye Fleming of Mad River, CA, passed away on May 13, 2010 at age 62 after a long battle with cancer. Susan was born in Sonora California to parents Bert and Bette Foppiano on May 6, 1948. She met her husband, Lorin in 1968 while attending Chico State College. They were married in December of that year. Susan was actively involved with STAR as a volunteer dispatcher for over twenty years. In 1994-1995 she received the Kris Kelly .....
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West Point Resident, Suzanne Moon, Passed Away at the Age of 60

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/17/2010 11:51 PM
West Point, CA....West Point resident, Suzanne Moon, passed away of natural causes on May 5, 2010. She was 60 years old. Suzanne was a resident of West Point for 13 years. She was a Homemaker survived by her husband, Robert Moon. She is also survived by her children, Lonnie Boyer of MT, Micah Boyer of Sacramento and Nikkole Grover of AL; a Brother, Robert Senecal of SC; Sisters, Antoinette Sickle of Murphys and Jacqueline Senecal of Chula Vista; Grandsons, Austyn Grover, Chayse Grover and Micah Boyer; Granddaughters, Breanna Grover and Stevie Boyer.
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David E.Porter of Sheep Ranch Passed Away on April 21, 2010

Posted by: thepinetree on 04/27/2010 11:37 AM
David E. Porter of Sheep Ranch died April 21, 2010 at the age of 71, of heart failure. David was born April 28, 1938, in Visalia , Ca. Shortly after the age f 19, he moved to the Stockton area and worked hard as a truck driver for many years until he retired. He then spent several years living on the Stockton Delta on his houseboat where he came to meet many lifelong friends. He moved to Calaveras County where he spent the remainder of his years because of its beauty and he felt it was peaceful...
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In Memory of Betty Lou Rodriguez

Posted by: thepinetree on 04/27/2010 03:51 PM
Wallace, CA....Betty Lou Rodriguez was born and raised in Ogden, UT. She graduated from eber High Shool after which she attended Utah State College for 2 yrs. She later relocated to San Francisco, CA in the early 1960's. There she was a Beautician at her own salon. In August of 1967, she met and married Andy Rodriguez. Betty finally relocated to Wallace in 1981 with her family where they built a home. She was a pianist/organist at Bethel Lutheran Church, Mokelumne Hill Lutheran Church, and Foothill Lutheran Church. She worked as an office assistant on a ranch, and as teachers aid for Valley Springs Elementary, until becoming an Escrow Officer for First American Title Company where she worked from the 1980's until retiring in 2009.....
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