Obituaries

Robert Farley
B: 1926-10-30
D: 2018-01-17
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Farley, Robert
Elizabeth Pierce
B: 1919-03-18
D: 2018-01-13
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Pierce, Elizabeth
Robert Reynolds
B: 1936-08-23
D: 2018-01-13
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Reynolds, Robert
Lola Vaughn
B: 1935-08-23
D: 2018-01-12
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Vaughn, Lola
Leonard Joiner
B: 1926-08-07
D: 2018-01-11
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Joiner, Leonard
Janice Rahmstorf
B: 1934-12-29
D: 2018-01-07
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Rahmstorf, Janice
Michael McInnis
B: 1951-08-10
D: 2018-01-06
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McInnis, Michael
Gordon Jones
B: 1929-10-17
D: 2018-01-05
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Jones, Gordon
Colleen Ryan
B: 1959-01-16
D: 2018-01-05
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Ryan, Colleen
Angela Dean
B: 1977-02-16
D: 2018-01-03
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Dean, Angela
Elizabeth Matt
B: 1934-07-06
D: 2017-12-31
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Matt, Elizabeth
Lorraine Dushane
B: 1923-12-11
D: 2017-12-31
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Dushane, Lorraine
Allan Davidson
B: 1943-10-17
D: 2017-12-30
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Davidson, Allan
Gerald Birnbaum
B: 1948-08-10
D: 2017-12-30
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Birnbaum, Gerald
Ann VanArnum
B: 1949-08-01
D: 2017-12-29
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VanArnum, Ann
Neil Anderson
B: 1936-04-03
D: 2017-12-23
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Anderson, Neil
Song Dupuis
B: 1947-07-17
D: 2017-12-19
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Dupuis, Song
Dorothy Porter
B: 1927-10-13
D: 2017-12-18
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Porter, Dorothy
Harry Bromley
B: 1944-12-04
D: 2017-12-16
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Bromley, Harry
Gerard Mason
B: 1938-05-14
D: 2017-12-16
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Mason, Gerard
Sherrill Eggleston
B: 1930-01-25
D: 2017-12-13
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Eggleston, Sherrill

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