Obituaries

Raymond McLellan
D: 2020-10-15
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McLellan, Raymond
Ann (Anna) Wayland
D: 2020-10-22
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Wayland, Ann (Anna)
Mary McIntosh
D: 2020-10-24
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McIntosh , Mary
Violet Romanchuk
D: 2020-10-23
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Romanchuk, Violet
Levi James Boakye Goddard
D: 2020-10-17
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Boakye Goddard, Levi James
Cody Bellegarde
D: 2020-10-18
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Bellegarde, Cody
Abele Berra
D: 2020-10-22
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Berra, Abele
Nestor Fedorak
B: 1934-11-05
D: 2020-10-20
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Fedorak, Nestor
Kevin Correia
D: 2020-10-15
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Correia, Kevin
Francisco Dimas Henriquez
D: 2020-10-11
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Henriquez, Francisco Dimas
Maureen Huggins
D: 2020-10-12
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Huggins, Maureen
Gloria Perez Ilkay
D: 2020-10-08
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Perez Ilkay, Gloria
Charlotte Cardinal
D: 2020-10-03
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Cardinal, Charlotte
Joseph Ying Fong Han
D: 2020-10-02
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Han , Joseph Ying Fong
Renee Christine Land
D: 2020-09-29
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Land, Renee Christine
Andrew William Russell
D: 2020-08-19
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Russell, Andrew William
Rose Romaniuk
B: 1922-06-26
D: 2020-10-02
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Romaniuk, Rose
Annie Eleniak
D: 2020-09-30
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Eleniak, Annie
Antonio Falcone
D: 2020-10-08
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Falcone, Antonio
Mary Poss
D: 2020-10-10
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Poss, Mary
Leslie Kulak
D: 2020-10-11
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Kulak, Leslie

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