Obituaries

Lynette Halvorson
B: 1935-11-12
D: 2014-10-22
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Halvorson, Lynette
Arthur Bartsch
B: 1934-05-15
D: 2014-10-18
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Bartsch, Arthur
Violet Burd
B: 1940-10-22
D: 2014-10-09
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Burd, Violet
Robert Picard
B: 1937-10-02
D: 2014-09-29
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Picard, Robert
Robert Knight
B: 1974-09-23
D: 2014-09-27
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Knight, Robert
Kenneth Pinch
B: 1934-05-10
D: 2014-09-25
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Pinch, Kenneth
Shirley Heisler
B: 1935-01-18
D: 2014-09-24
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Heisler, Shirley
Peter Drygas
D: 2014-09-22
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Drygas, Peter
James Towers
B: 1945-10-01
D: 2014-09-22
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Towers, James
Kevin Dunham
B: 1966-12-19
D: 2014-09-21
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Dunham, Kevin
Denise Nesplak
B: 1954-06-27
D: 2014-09-20
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Nesplak, Denise
Alexander Kokal
B: 1943-10-28
D: 2014-09-18
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Kokal, Alexander
Lindsey Valleau
B: 1928-11-16
D: 2014-09-04
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Valleau, Lindsey
Fred Mantic
B: 1932-04-13
D: 2014-08-21
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Mantic, Fred
Arthur Brendle
B: 1941-06-16
D: 2014-08-08
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Brendle, Arthur
Andrew Horsley
B: 1990-09-19
D: 2014-08-04
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Horsley, Andrew
Susan Baldeo
B: 1960-08-30
D: 2014-08-02
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Baldeo, Susan
Mary Heidenreich
B: 1928-08-13
D: 2014-07-30
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Heidenreich, Mary
Kathleen Smith
B: 1920-10-21
D: 2014-07-30
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Smith, Kathleen
Gian Sangha
B: 1932-01-15
D: 2014-07-28
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Sangha, Gian
Alan Sinclair
B: 1928-12-08
D: 2014-07-13
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Sinclair, Alan

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