Obituaries

Patricia Shalapata
B: 1941-04-01
D: 2022-05-22
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Shalapata, Patricia
Judith McLaren
B: 1956-01-06
D: 2022-05-20
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McLaren, Judith
Claire Galt
B: 1950-08-09
D: 2022-05-10
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Galt, Claire
Juanita Bowman
B: 1931-08-13
D: 2022-04-23
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Bowman, Juanita
Carol Wolff
B: 1950-03-03
D: 2022-04-23
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Wolff, Carol
Mary Hodgins
B: 1934-09-06
D: 2022-04-20
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Hodgins, Mary
Violet Hemingway
B: 1919-06-21
D: 2022-04-19
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Hemingway, Violet
Lorne Jones
B: 1946-12-24
D: 2022-04-17
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Jones, Lorne
Margaret Schroeder
B: 1927-01-26
D: 2022-04-06
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Schroeder, Margaret
Jacob Sawatzky
B: 1936-10-10
D: 2022-04-04
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Sawatzky, Jacob
Marvin Gullacher
B: 1934-02-25
D: 2022-04-03
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Gullacher, Marvin
Deborah Chopyk
B: 1954-06-09
D: 2022-04-03
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Chopyk, Deborah
Anna Mae Conn
B: 1923-10-13
D: 2022-03-18
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Conn, Anna Mae
Scott McIver
B: 1959-04-07
D: 2022-03-14
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McIver, Scott
Terry Sivertson
B: 1950-12-22
D: 2022-03-13
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Sivertson, Terry
Robert Smith
B: 1943-01-12
D: 2022-03-08
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Smith, Robert
Audrey McCallum
B: 1935-06-28
D: 2022-02-28
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McCallum, Audrey
Darwyn Hackman
B: 1962-04-08
D: 2022-02-24
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Hackman, Darwyn
Earle Johnson
B: 1941-03-29
D: 2022-02-19
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Johnson, Earle
Roger Langston
B: 1932-01-12
D: 2022-02-18
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Langston, Roger
Russell Hodgins
B: 1931-04-23
D: 2022-02-13
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Hodgins, Russell

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