Obituaries

Robert O'Brien
B: 1941-12-13
D: 2015-07-27
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O'Brien, Robert
Annie Chamusco
B: 1922-06-17
D: 2015-07-26
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Chamusco, Annie
Dorothy Gordon
B: 1923-11-05
D: 2015-07-26
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Gordon, Dorothy
Marion Correll
B: 1927-07-10
D: 2015-07-25
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Correll, Marion
Estrella Vera
B: 1920-05-12
D: 2015-07-24
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Vera, Estrella
Betty Dodge
B: 1939-08-24
D: 2015-07-23
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Dodge, Betty
Lois Rodgers
B: 1920-12-19
D: 2015-07-22
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Rodgers, Lois
Harry Jones
B: 1932-10-04
D: 2015-07-21
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Jones, Harry
Bruce Lowell
B: 1921-05-18
D: 2015-07-21
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Lowell, Bruce
Ronald DeCamella
B: 1951-03-11
D: 2015-07-20
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DeCamella, Ronald
Virginia Mattozzi
B: 1925-09-12
D: 2015-07-19
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Mattozzi, Virginia
Martin Sinclair
B: 1949-06-11
D: 2015-07-19
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Sinclair, Martin
Wanda Zbierski
B: 1929-09-30
D: 2015-07-18
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Zbierski, Wanda
Grace Gaereminck
B: 1923-07-28
D: 2015-07-17
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Gaereminck, Grace
Evelyn Schock
B: 1923-11-04
D: 2015-07-17
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Schock, Evelyn
Ira Sherwin
B: 1931-03-02
D: 2015-07-16
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Sherwin, Ira
Annette Walker
B: 1919-07-09
D: 2015-07-14
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Walker, Annette
Jeanne Smith
B: 1928-01-10
D: 2015-07-13
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Smith, Jeanne
Darlene Baker
B: 1938-07-12
D: 2015-07-12
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Baker, Darlene
Anne Lawrence
B: 1961-05-21
D: 2015-07-12
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Lawrence, Anne
Nancy Judd
B: 1952-10-09
D: 2015-07-11
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Judd, Nancy

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