Obituaries

Verne Wilcox
B: 1940-04-22
D: 2021-05-08
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Wilcox, Verne
Evelyn Emisch
B: 1935-07-26
D: 2021-05-04
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Emisch, Evelyn
Thelma Sather
B: 1935-01-04
D: 2021-04-25
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Sather, Thelma
Nick Schwartzenberger
B: 1927-12-13
D: 2021-04-23
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Schwartzenberger, Nick
William Ewert
B: 1943-06-19
D: 2021-04-01
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Ewert, William
Dollina Allin
B: 1923-12-15
D: 2021-03-31
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Allin, Dollina
Dorman Hutchinson
B: 1929-09-15
D: 2021-03-26
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Hutchinson, Dorman
Gary Mooney
B: 1956-08-07
D: 2021-03-04
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Mooney, Gary
Reg. Thompson-Gillard
B: 1930-09-19
D: 2021-02-28
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Thompson-Gillard, Reg.
Dave McLaren
B: 1951-12-21
D: 2021-02-24
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McLaren, Dave
James Ellison
B: 1967-10-15
D: 2021-02-20
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Ellison, James
Eric Jeschke
B: 1926-01-12
D: 2021-02-13
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Jeschke, Eric
Paul Remlinger
B: 1933-03-30
D: 2021-02-12
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Remlinger, Paul
Kris Habermehl
B: 1985-03-07
D: 2021-02-06
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Habermehl, Kris
Sheila Madland
B: 1959-11-18
D: 2021-02-04
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Madland, Sheila
Ethel Taylor
B: 1946-10-07
D: 2021-02-04
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Taylor, Ethel
Edna McGifford
B: 1926-04-09
D: 2021-02-01
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McGifford, Edna
Florian Loessl
B: 1931-09-26
D: 2021-01-30
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Loessl, Florian
Leslie Farago
B: 1926-06-09
D: 2021-01-17
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Farago, Leslie
Mary McPherson
B: 1943-07-04
D: 2021-01-16
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McPherson, Mary
Mary Schmidt
B: 1925-04-30
D: 2021-01-12
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Schmidt, Mary

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