Duane Jung
B: 1941-06-16
D: 2015-10-04
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Jung, Duane
Despina Pantelis
B: 1918-06-03
D: 2015-10-02
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Pantelis, Despina
Nancy Insinga
B: 1934-06-28
D: 2015-09-30
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Insinga, Nancy
Henry Folkman
B: 1929-09-01
D: 2015-09-30
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Folkman, Henry
Marcia Learned
B: 1942-08-08
D: 2015-09-30
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Learned, Marcia
Irene Skinitis
B: 1934-10-23
D: 2015-09-29
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Skinitis, Irene
John Holmes
B: 1916-08-30
D: 2015-09-28
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Holmes, John
Margaret Guidi
B: 1918-03-23
D: 2015-09-28
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Guidi, Margaret
Velma Ungs
B: 1927-12-05
D: 2015-09-27
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Ungs, Velma
Marilyn Bierman
B: 1930-04-27
D: 2015-09-26
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Bierman, Marilyn
Lewis Rutledge
B: 1920-02-09
D: 2015-09-25
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Rutledge, Lewis
Irving Lamphere
B: 1931-05-23
D: 2015-09-25
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Lamphere, Irving
Mary Babenchuk
B: 1917-01-30
D: 2015-09-25
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Babenchuk, Mary
Madeline Downs
B: 1913-05-10
D: 2015-09-24
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Downs, Madeline
John Alexander
B: 1927-02-05
D: 2015-09-24
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Alexander, John
Dorine Fennell
B: 1946-06-19
D: 2015-09-24
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Fennell, Dorine
Agnes MacGilvray
B: 1925-11-13
D: 2015-09-23
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MacGilvray, Agnes
Kathryn Farrow
B: 1926-10-13
D: 2015-09-23
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Farrow, Kathryn
Charles Dick
B: 1925-03-03
D: 2015-09-23
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Dick, Charles
Arnold Gitlin
B: 1927-07-18
D: 2015-09-20
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Gitlin, Arnold
Duane Ross
B: 1933-07-10
D: 2015-09-18
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Ross, Duane


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