Obituaries

James Violette
B: 1934-08-10
D: 2019-06-24
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Violette, James
Donna Honey
B: 1937-05-24
D: 2019-06-24
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Honey, Donna
Judy McClay
B: 1947-10-17
D: 2019-06-24
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McClay, Judy
Charles Cordeiro
B: 1945-03-07
D: 2019-06-22
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Cordeiro, Charles
Peter Clewley
B: 1966-07-08
D: 2019-06-22
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Clewley, Peter
William Forrest
B: 1924-03-19
D: 2019-06-21
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Forrest, William
Katherine Goodness
B: 1950-09-01
D: 2019-06-18
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Goodness, Katherine
Anna Mae Suddy
B: 1935-07-16
D: 2019-06-18
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Suddy, Anna Mae
Urban Legassie
B: 1954-07-20
D: 2019-06-18
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Legassie, Urban
Joanne Delano
B: 1930-08-09
D: 2019-06-17
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Delano, Joanne
Daniel Poisson
B: 1932-07-30
D: 2019-06-16
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Poisson, Daniel
John Gabarra
D: 2019-06-16
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Gabarra, John
Jane Wilbur
B: 1938-10-19
D: 2019-06-13
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Wilbur, Jane
Raymond Sanborn
B: 1935-03-18
D: 2019-06-13
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Sanborn, Raymond
Coral Higgins
B: 1943-02-06
D: 2019-06-11
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Higgins, Coral
Jeffrey McKeage
B: 1957-03-06
D: 2019-06-11
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McKeage, Jeffrey
Evelyn Bryant
B: 1927-02-17
D: 2019-06-10
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Bryant, Evelyn
Marilyn B. Fidler
B: 1931-11-30
D: 2019-06-10
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Fidler, Marilyn B.
Robert "Bob" G. Croce
B: 1943-02-19
D: 2019-06-10
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Croce, Robert "Bob" G.
Sandra Durgan
B: 1947-10-28
D: 2019-06-10
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Durgan, Sandra
Carmen Parent
B: 1941-06-21
D: 2019-06-08
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Parent, Carmen

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