Obituaries for the week of 11/14/17

Eva Moran
Eva Frances Moran, 97, passed away on Nov. 3, 2017 in Susanville.

Eva was born on July 1, 1920 in Russellville, Arkansas to John and Heather Campbell. She was the youngest and only girl of 11 children. She and her family moved to California in 1936 during the Dust Bowl and settled in Arvin. Eva married Alfred on May 28, 1938 and celebrated 67 years before Al’s passing. They moved to Susanville in 1973 and were very active in the Gospel Tabernacle Church. Eva enjoyed quilting, crafting, painting and gardening.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers, her husband Al, two daughters and two grandsons.

Survivors include her oldest son, Ed (Rita), of Colorado; son, Curtis (Joan), of Susanville; son, Randy (Brenda), of Susanville; nine grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; and four great-great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at the community Church of Susanville on Nov. 9, 2017, with burial at Diamond Crest Cemetery.





Lawrence Moulton
Lawrence Daniel Moulton, (Larry) passed away from natural causes Oct. 31 2017. Larry was born to Bill and Madeline Moulton Feb. 10, 1933 in Susanville, California. Larry’s early life was spent in the Honey Lake Valley on The Mapes ranch as a cattle rancher. He attended Shaffer Union School, known then as Soldier Bridge. He later attended Lassen High where he met LaVerne Busby. They married in June of 1952.

Larry joined the United States Air Force after high school, where he served for 11 years. After his service, he and his wife moved back to the Lassen County where he resumed his cattle ranching career and raised his family. The Mapes Ranch was sold in 1977, at which time he and LaVerne moved to Southern California where he worked for the department of defense at Point Mugu Missile test center from which he retired. Returning to Northern California in 1999, Larry and LaVerne lived in Red Bluff at the time of his death. Larry was the best husband and dad any family could ever have. Larry and his wife of 65 years always put family first.

Larry is survived by his wife, LaVerne; his two children, Mike Moulton (Jessica), of Roseville, California, and Lissa Sheehy, of Grants Pass, Oregon; grandchildren, Jeremiah Moulton (Jade), of Magalia, California; Ariana Rubio, of Santa Barbara, California; Nicholas Moulton, of Roseville, California; Kristen Davis (Mike), of Lancaster, California; and Cierra Colpack (Kyle), of Plumas Lake, California.