Obituaries

Robert Coffey
B: 1930-08-29
D: 2015-07-01
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Coffey, Robert
Thelma Milliser
B: 1919-02-21
D: 2015-07-01
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Milliser, Thelma
Francis Gallagher
B: 1929-01-15
D: 2015-07-01
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Gallagher, Francis
Dorothy Moore
B: 1923-10-05
D: 2015-06-29
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Moore, Dorothy
Helene Zwyers
B: 1922-01-26
D: 2015-06-28
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Zwyers, Helene
Lee Wheatley
B: 1924-11-06
D: 2015-06-28
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Wheatley, Lee
Anne Boehrer
B: 1930-04-30
D: 2015-06-26
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Boehrer, Anne
Jay Rothenberg
B: 1946-05-19
D: 2015-06-24
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Rothenberg, Jay
Julia Woodhouse
B: 1933-05-28
D: 2015-06-24
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Woodhouse, Julia
Mary Little
B: 1922-01-28
D: 2015-06-23
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Little, Mary
John Lawson
B: 1933-10-09
D: 2015-06-22
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Lawson, John
Arline Zimmerman
B: 1928-05-28
D: 2015-06-21
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Zimmerman, Arline
Donna Nagle
B: 1941-08-18
D: 2015-06-20
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Nagle, Donna
Howard Frick
B: 1927-02-05
D: 2015-06-20
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Frick, Howard
Florence Donahue
B: 1926-11-27
D: 2015-06-17
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Donahue, Florence
Emerson Shannon
B: 1953-12-27
D: 2015-06-17
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Shannon, Emerson
Sylvia Costa
B: 1940-06-08
D: 2015-06-16
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Costa, Sylvia
Mabel Douglass
B: 1922-02-06
D: 2015-06-16
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Douglass, Mabel
Leone Mather
B: 1919-10-22
D: 2015-06-15
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Mather, Leone
Janelle Rivers
B: 1934-11-01
D: 2015-06-15
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Rivers, Janelle
Beatrice Furst
B: 1920-01-11
D: 2015-06-15
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Furst, Beatrice

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