Obituaries

Mary O'Meara
B: 1922-03-02
D: 2018-06-21
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O'Meara, Mary
Janet Schaefer
B: 1921-02-14
D: 2018-06-19
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Schaefer, Janet
Lucy Harrell
B: 1934-06-26
D: 2018-06-18
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Harrell, Lucy
Oliver Patterson
B: 1928-10-05
D: 2018-06-15
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Patterson, Oliver
Ernestine Barbarick
B: 1933-09-29
D: 2018-06-15
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Barbarick, Ernestine
Kevin Dreimiller
B: 1974-12-01
D: 2018-06-12
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Dreimiller, Kevin
William Ment
B: 1941-11-10
D: 2018-06-11
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Ment, William
Robert Brady
B: 1925-06-09
D: 2018-06-10
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Brady, Robert
Marvin Martinez
B: 2012-02-10
D: 2018-06-10
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Martinez, Marvin
Gladys Jordan
B: 1931-10-30
D: 2018-06-09
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Jordan, Gladys
Bonnie Croxton
B: 1952-02-04
D: 2018-06-07
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Croxton, Bonnie
Dolores Rotz
B: 1932-07-18
D: 2018-06-07
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Rotz, Dolores
William Douglas
B: 1960-12-27
D: 2018-06-06
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Douglas, William
Mary Fauver
B: 1940-02-19
D: 2018-06-05
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Fauver, Mary
Timothy Green
B: 1959-08-03
D: 2018-06-04
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Green, Timothy
Donald Armacost
B: 1947-08-21
D: 2018-06-02
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Armacost, Donald
Mary Reed
B: 1929-02-04
D: 2018-05-30
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Reed, Mary
David Huether
B: 1958-09-23
D: 2018-05-28
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Huether, David
Patricia Clark
B: 1945-07-22
D: 2018-05-27
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Clark, Patricia
Dana McCarthy
B: 1929-11-22
D: 2018-05-26
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McCarthy, Dana
James Shaeffer
B: 1926-08-20
D: 2018-05-23
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Shaeffer, James

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