Obituaries

Charlotte Murphy
B: 1934-12-16
D: 2017-11-15
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Murphy, Charlotte
Clinton Wilkins
B: 1946-02-09
D: 2017-11-14
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Wilkins, Clinton
Cornelius Denion
B: 1933-03-22
D: 2017-11-12
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Denion, Cornelius
Benedict Capizzi
B: 1921-09-08
D: 2017-11-11
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Capizzi, Benedict
John Whitcomb
B: 1945-12-19
D: 2017-11-11
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Whitcomb, John
Robert Lange
B: 1942-11-03
D: 2017-11-11
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Lange, Robert
Melvin Toups
B: 1939-06-30
D: 2017-11-10
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Toups, Melvin
Irene Kouba
B: 1927-05-07
D: 2017-11-10
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Kouba, Irene
Roel FitzGerald
B: 1942-09-19
D: 2017-11-10
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FitzGerald, Roel
Barbara Bogue
B: 1936-12-24
D: 2017-11-09
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Bogue, Barbara
William Brown
B: 1934-10-20
D: 2017-11-09
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Brown, William
Florence Aversa
B: 1933-09-10
D: 2017-11-08
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Aversa, Florence
Charlene Miller
B: 1942-04-15
D: 2017-11-06
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Miller, Charlene
Mary Stubler
B: 1938-06-24
D: 2017-11-05
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Stubler, Mary
Mary Golden
B: 1956-10-07
D: 2017-11-02
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Golden, Mary
Dorothy Melchor
B: 1942-07-11
D: 2017-11-02
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Melchor, Dorothy
Laura Krebs
B: 1918-08-26
D: 2017-11-02
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Krebs, Laura
Marilyn Hinton
B: 1942-10-08
D: 2017-11-01
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Hinton, Marilyn
Robert Stanley
B: 1929-04-17
D: 2017-10-29
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Stanley, Robert
Mary Sharp
B: 1936-09-24
D: 2017-10-29
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Sharp, Mary
Melanie Swigart
B: 1959-09-07
D: 2017-10-29
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Swigart, Melanie

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