Obituaries

Karen Coy
B: 1942-09-15
D: 2018-07-16
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Coy, Karen
Leonarda Catanzaro
B: 1925-06-23
D: 2018-07-08
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Catanzaro, Leonarda
Betty Stultz
B: 1925-12-18
D: 2018-07-05
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Stultz, Betty
Sherry Coy
B: 1958-08-21
D: 2018-07-04
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Coy, Sherry
Harold Meierle
B: 1938-03-21
D: 2018-07-04
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Meierle, Harold
Frederick Stave
B: 1940-06-01
D: 2018-07-03
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Stave, Frederick
Charles Seymour
B: 1935-09-30
D: 2018-06-24
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Seymour, Charles
Lisa Smith
B: 1960-03-11
D: 2018-06-23
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Smith, Lisa
James Levell
B: 1922-08-22
D: 2018-06-19
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Levell, James
Beulah Thornton
B: 1942-10-22
D: 2018-06-18
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Thornton, Beulah
Loretta Hensley
B: 1942-01-13
D: 2018-06-16
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Hensley, Loretta
Charles Clements
B: 1939-05-04
D: 2018-06-13
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Clements, Charles
Roy Konkle
B: 1942-04-25
D: 2018-06-13
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Konkle, Roy
Robert McKenzie
B: 1951-06-26
D: 2018-06-13
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McKenzie, Robert
Brenda Phillips-Hogston
B: 1953-08-05
D: 2018-06-12
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Phillips-Hogston, Brenda
Alvin Cole
B: 1918-01-27
D: 2018-06-11
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Cole, Alvin
James Henry
B: 1930-06-30
D: 2018-06-08
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Henry, James
Robert Jones
B: 1949-07-07
D: 2018-06-04
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Jones, Robert
Clyde Dawson
B: 1948-04-22
D: 2018-06-03
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Dawson, Clyde
Frederick Jennings
B: 1959-10-07
D: 2018-05-27
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Jennings, Frederick
Frederick Korn
B: 1935-04-28
D: 2018-05-15
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Korn, Frederick

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