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Winnifred "Winnie" Lesick
D: 2021-01-05
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Lesick, Winnifred "Winnie"
Fred Andrusiak
D: 2021-01-16
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Andrusiak, Fred
Anne Sparks
D: 2021-01-16
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Sparks, Anne
Courtney George Keller
B: 1941-12-12
D: 2021-03-01
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George Keller, Courtney
Terry Michael Naciuk
D: 2021-02-26
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Naciuk, Terry Michael
Irene Scott
D: 2021-02-24
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Scott, Irene
Jenny Bednarz
D: 2021-03-01
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Bednarz, Jenny
Teresa Ferrari
D: 2021-03-02
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Ferrari, Teresa
Peter Boakye
D: 2021-02-17
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Boakye, Peter
Eliza Markow
D: 2021-03-01
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Markow, Eliza
Annie Toth
D: 2021-03-03
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Toth, Annie
Bill Labatiuk
D: 2021-02-22
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Labatiuk, Bill
Jean Victoria Gladue
B: 1954-03-11
D: 2021-02-21
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Gladue, Jean Victoria
Maria Francesca Valente
D: 2021-02-25
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Valente, Maria Francesca
Janice Lee Sarich (nee Acten)
D: 2021-02-26
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Sarich (nee Acten), Janice Lee
Ellen Emily Ryski (nee Bilyk)
D: 2021-02-22
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Ryski (nee Bilyk), Ellen Emily
Alex Kryzalka
B: 1935-05-27
D: 2021-02-24
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Kryzalka, Alex
Lorna Kathyrn Villeneuve (nee Twordik)
D: 2021-02-22
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Villeneuve (nee Twordik), Lorna Kathyrn
Pierina Marangoni
D: 2021-02-23
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Marangoni, Pierina
Victoria Lazaruk
D: 2021-02-22
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Lazaruk, Victoria
Colleen May Ohlman (nee Bailey)
B: 1944-09-25
D: 2021-03-01
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Ohlman (nee Bailey), Colleen May

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