Obituaries

Shirley Martin
B: 1925-10-11
D: 2015-04-23
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Martin, Shirley
Emma Cramlet
B: 1942-12-22
D: 2015-04-22
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Cramlet, Emma
Donald Braun
B: 1927-09-09
D: 2015-04-21
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Braun, Donald
Rita Brown
B: 1923-08-05
D: 2015-04-20
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Brown, Rita
Mary Joyce-Young
B: 1952-01-11
D: 2015-04-20
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Joyce-Young, Mary
Phyllis Donelan
B: 1922-11-14
D: 2015-04-20
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Donelan, Phyllis
John Marino
B: 1938-03-07
D: 2015-04-18
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Marino, John
Carmela Foreit
B: 1925-07-02
D: 2015-04-17
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Foreit, Carmela
Samuel Hurst
B: 1935-07-18
D: 2015-04-16
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Hurst, Samuel
Bernice Bakay
B: 1916-03-17
D: 2015-04-15
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Bakay, Bernice
William Rottler
B: 1930-02-06
D: 2015-04-15
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Rottler, William
Shaney Goldberg
B: 1925-01-10
D: 2015-04-14
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Goldberg, Shaney
Verna Case
B: 1930-04-22
D: 2015-04-14
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Case, Verna
Arlene Treat
B: 1922-04-14
D: 2015-04-14
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Treat, Arlene
Robert Gallup
B: 1936-02-24
D: 2015-04-13
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Gallup, Robert
Frank DiNoia
B: 1923-12-03
D: 2015-04-13
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DiNoia, Frank
C. Edward Brandmaier
B: 1928-09-20
D: 2015-04-12
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Brandmaier, C. Edward
Marilyn Cooke
B: 1929-04-01
D: 2015-04-11
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Cooke, Marilyn
Savino Patruno
B: 1940-01-26
D: 2015-04-11
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Patruno, Savino
John Potasky
B: 1936-08-23
D: 2015-04-10
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Potasky, John
Iris Schreiber
B: 1927-11-25
D: 2015-04-10
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Schreiber, Iris

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