Obituaries

Catherine Smith
B: 1937-07-31
D: 2022-10-02
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Smith, Catherine
Marcia Trafton
B: 1938-10-06
D: 2022-10-02
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Trafton, Marcia
Donald Lewis
B: 1962-12-08
D: 2022-10-01
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Lewis, Donald
Ralph Smart
B: 1924-05-07
D: 2022-09-30
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Smart, Ralph
Gilbert Cory
B: 1936-01-26
D: 2022-09-28
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Cory, Gilbert
Sandra Hennig
B: 1952-10-19
D: 2022-09-27
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Hennig, Sandra
Victor Wilson
B: 1939-06-19
D: 2022-09-26
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Wilson, Victor
Donald Guptill
B: 1933-10-15
D: 2022-09-23
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Guptill, Donald
Raymond White
B: 1933-10-14
D: 2022-09-22
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White, Raymond
Helen Evancheck
B: 1924-02-25
D: 2022-09-21
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Evancheck, Helen
Richard Spellman
B: 1932-04-11
D: 2022-09-21
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Spellman, Richard
Steven Bosse
B: 1978-01-04
D: 2022-09-21
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Bosse, Steven
Alex Kenney
B: 1983-12-29
D: 2022-09-21
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Kenney, Alex
Danielle Lawler
B: 1993-05-09
D: 2022-09-21
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Lawler, Danielle
Shirley Ginn
B: 1930-03-06
D: 2022-09-20
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Ginn, Shirley
Jane Small
B: 1960-01-12
D: 2022-09-20
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Small, Jane
Donald Griffith
B: 1955-07-22
D: 2022-09-20
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Griffith, Donald
Dale Neuman
B: 1936-05-20
D: 2022-09-18
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Neuman, Dale
Beverly Trainor
B: 1944-03-20
D: 2022-09-17
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Trainor, Beverly
Louise Perkins
B: 1922-12-29
D: 2022-09-15
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Perkins, Louise
Linda Parker
B: 1951-08-18
D: 2022-09-14
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Parker, Linda

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