Obituaries

June Moorhouse
B: 1949-06-11
D: 2015-07-05
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Moorhouse, June
Geoffrey Dunlop
B: 1948-02-08
D: 2015-07-03
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Dunlop, Geoffrey
Raymond Sandberg
B: 1953-08-12
D: 2015-06-28
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Sandberg, Raymond
Thomas De Wolf
B: 1953-04-16
D: 2015-06-28
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De Wolf, Thomas
Susan Bruvall
B: 1949-06-26
D: 2015-06-25
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Bruvall, Susan
Vasilije Kovalenko
B: 1950-04-22
D: 2015-06-16
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Kovalenko, Vasilije
Myrtle Hurford
B: 1926-11-20
D: 2015-06-10
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Hurford, Myrtle
Mildred Kibsey
B: 1925-10-21
D: 2015-06-09
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Kibsey, Mildred
Don Keeler
B: 1922-00-00
D: 2015-06-01
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Keeler, Don
Jeremy Cook
B: 1989-11-09
D: 2015-05-31
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Cook, Jeremy
Ross Chafe
B: 1962-07-04
D: 2015-05-31
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Chafe, Ross
Kelly Blunden
B: 1962-01-29
D: 2015-05-31
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Blunden, Kelly
Christine Polowich
B: 1962-05-29
D: 2015-05-28
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Polowich, Christine
Bruce McIntyre
B: 1960-03-21
D: 2015-05-28
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McIntyre, Bruce
Walter Beeton
B: 1945-09-09
D: 2015-05-17
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Beeton, Walter
Terrence McCabe
B: 1959-08-28
D: 2015-05-15
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McCabe, Terrence
Shirley Brown
B: 1935-11-23
D: 2015-05-14
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Brown, Shirley
Mavis Jenner
B: 1943-02-18
D: 2015-05-13
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Jenner, Mavis
John Frame
B: 1965-10-01
D: 2015-05-03
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Frame, John
Dawn Fisher
B: 1932-02-07
D: 2015-04-30
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Fisher, Dawn
Peter Hill
B: 1940-11-24
D: 2015-04-24
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Hill, Peter

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