Obituaries

Patricia Ducharme
B: 1925-03-29
D: 2016-02-05
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Ducharme, Patricia
Linda Hardy
B: 1948-10-02
D: 2016-02-04
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Hardy, Linda
Helene Borozny
B: 1952-05-18
D: 2016-02-04
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Borozny, Helene
Julie Yarb
B: 1931-08-18
D: 2016-02-04
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Yarb, Julie
Betty Maslin
B: 1915-11-08
D: 2016-02-04
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Maslin, Betty
Barry Harper
B: 1942-07-22
D: 2016-02-03
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Harper, Barry
Francis Dotter
B: 1928-06-27
D: 2016-02-02
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Dotter, Francis
Patricia Gerhards
B: 1943-05-01
D: 2016-02-02
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Gerhards, Patricia
Juanita Bianco
B: 1929-03-25
D: 2016-02-02
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Bianco, Juanita
Mary Oberst
B: 1916-08-13
D: 2016-01-31
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Oberst, Mary
Darlene Samimi
B: 1952-03-07
D: 2016-01-31
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Samimi, Darlene
Margaret Pedata
B: 1921-10-15
D: 2016-01-31
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Pedata, Margaret
Ronald Harsh
B: 1937-02-08
D: 2016-01-30
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Harsh, Ronald
John Hanlon
B: 1915-01-19
D: 2016-01-30
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Hanlon, John
Martha Howe
B: 1917-09-10
D: 2016-01-28
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Howe, Martha
Dorothy Olsen
B: 1917-10-05
D: 2016-01-28
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Olsen, Dorothy
Roxana Beougher
B: 1936-12-01
D: 2016-01-28
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Beougher, Roxana
Hazel Richards
B: 1922-12-27
D: 2016-01-28
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Richards, Hazel
Caroline Jeffferies
B: 1927-10-21
D: 2016-01-27
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Jeffferies, Caroline
Willis Leveille
B: 1919-03-26
D: 2016-01-27
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Leveille, Willis
Beverly Brewer
B: 1940-04-15
D: 2016-01-26
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Brewer, Beverly

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