Obituaries

James Lane
B: 1946-10-03
D: 2019-08-09
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Lane, James
Patrice Lanteigne
B: 1932-02-21
D: 2019-08-06
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Lanteigne, Patrice
Alain Karyo
B: 1944-03-21
D: 2019-08-06
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Karyo, Alain
Suzanna Groesbeck
B: 1963-12-03
D: 2019-08-05
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Groesbeck, Suzanna
Bernard Hogan
B: 1940-10-24
D: 2019-08-05
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Hogan, Bernard
William Brown
B: 1938-12-16
D: 2019-08-05
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Brown, William
Doris Neal
B: 1928-10-01
D: 2019-08-05
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Neal, Doris
Lindy Lynch
B: 1956-05-20
D: 2019-08-03
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Lynch, Lindy
Rosalie Morgan
B: 1925-09-27
D: 2019-08-02
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Morgan, Rosalie
Shirley Mears
B: 1938-07-23
D: 2019-08-01
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Mears, Shirley
Peter Mohr
B: 1959-11-18
D: 2019-08-01
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Mohr, Peter
Robert Bolster
B: 1962-04-22
D: 2019-07-29
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Bolster, Robert
Aretinolio Barbarossa
B: 1957-01-12
D: 2019-07-26
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Barbarossa, Aretinolio
William Jones
B: 1938-02-05
D: 2019-07-25
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Jones, William
Peter Lanfair
B: 1948-01-19
D: 2019-07-23
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Lanfair, Peter
Brian Parmenter
B: 1960-12-14
D: 2019-07-23
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Parmenter, Brian
Robert Leary
B: 1936-09-05
D: 2019-07-22
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Leary, Robert
Douglas Moffitt
B: 1949-03-12
D: 2019-07-18
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Moffitt, Douglas
Walter Tofel
B: 1945-01-16
D: 2019-07-18
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Tofel, Walter
Richard Atwood
B: 1941-01-12
D: 2019-07-18
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Atwood, Richard
Mary Dailey
B: 1928-05-30
D: 2019-07-17
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Dailey, Mary

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