Obituaries

Donald Smith
B: 1945-05-26
D: 2020-09-13
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Smith, Donald
Jacqueline Clark
B: 1926-11-04
D: 2020-08-12
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Clark, Jacqueline
Maureen Peacock
B: 1960-11-22
D: 2020-08-02
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Peacock, Maureen
Rosella Murdock
B: 1928-12-24
D: 2020-07-21
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Murdock, Rosella
Bryce Erickson
B: 1948-05-12
D: 2020-07-08
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Erickson, Bryce
Velma Rosenberger
B: 1933-08-23
D: 2020-06-26
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Rosenberger, Velma
Melissa Ediger
B: 1950-01-17
D: 2020-06-13
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Ediger, Melissa
Evelyn Shoemaker
B: 1922-01-20
D: 2020-06-07
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Shoemaker, Evelyn
Diane Henry
B: 1964-10-07
D: 2020-05-30
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Henry, Diane
Helen Teal
B: 1921-12-23
D: 2020-05-21
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Teal, Helen
Darwin McNichol
B: 1945-06-13
D: 2020-05-05
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McNichol, Darwin
Norbert Abele
B: 1956-01-11
D: 2020-05-03
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Abele, Norbert
Anthony Allin
B: 1978-11-20
D: 2020-05-02
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Allin, Anthony
Blair Fraser
B: 1953-09-28
D: 2020-05-02
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Fraser, Blair
Hilton Hughes
B: 1927-02-05
D: 2020-04-24
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Hughes, Hilton
John Flowers
B: 1938-06-10
D: 2020-04-12
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Flowers, John
Dorothy Sather
B: 1927-01-02
D: 2020-04-02
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Sather, Dorothy
Robert Thibault
B: 1956-06-23
D: 2020-03-28
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Thibault, Robert
Jean Baker
B: 1916-10-21
D: 2020-03-22
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Baker, Jean
Cecil Gingrich
B: 1930-01-22
D: 2020-03-20
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Gingrich, Cecil
Alda Birtles
B: 1922-08-18
D: 2020-03-12
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Birtles, Alda

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