Obituaries

Manfred Somers
B: 1934-11-03
D: 2020-09-15
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Somers, Manfred
William Joyner
B: 1946-08-17
D: 2020-09-15
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Joyner, William
Marian Patak
B: 1939-04-03
D: 2020-09-12
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Patak, Marian
Bernice Durr
B: 1926-12-18
D: 2020-09-10
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Durr, Bernice
Helen Bauer
B: 1929-06-13
D: 2020-09-09
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Bauer, Helen
Robert Trader
B: 1941-08-12
D: 2020-09-07
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Trader, Robert
Lynda Koegler
B: 1957-03-06
D: 2020-09-06
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Koegler, Lynda
Laura Ferguson
B: 1961-09-24
D: 2020-09-03
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Ferguson, Laura
Carol Norton
B: 1942-12-19
D: 2020-09-02
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Norton, Carol
Frederick Milburn
B: 1941-02-01
D: 2020-09-01
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Milburn, Frederick
George Crompton
B: 1943-08-03
D: 2020-08-30
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Crompton, George
Joanne O'Connor
B: 1950-01-15
D: 2020-08-30
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O'Connor, Joanne
Mary Styer
B: 1952-10-05
D: 2020-08-29
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Styer, Mary
Genevieve Hewitt
B: 1942-09-01
D: 2020-08-22
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Hewitt, Genevieve
Robert Shaver
B: 1929-05-26
D: 2020-08-21
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Shaver, Robert
Victoria Negron
B: 1960-09-03
D: 2020-08-20
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Negron, Victoria
Henry Glauert
B: 1949-07-14
D: 2020-08-19
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Glauert, Henry
Alex Kaskus
B: 1925-07-20
D: 2020-08-18
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Kaskus, Alex
Marguerite Schwinger
B: 1929-12-04
D: 2020-08-17
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Schwinger, Marguerite
Gavina NurraFiore
B: 1936-11-21
D: 2020-08-15
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NurraFiore, Gavina
Valeria Fursin
B: 1925-06-23
D: 2020-08-13
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Fursin, Valeria

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