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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
Michael Stewart Payne
B: 1965-04-16
D: 2021-03-29
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Payne, Michael Stewart
Rudy Stuike
D: 2021-04-01
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Stuike, Rudy
Virginia Bilak
B: 1933-05-07
D: 2021-04-05
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Bilak, Virginia
Dmytro Chernezky
D: 2021-04-06
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Chernezky, Dmytro
Angelo Giacobbo
D: 2021-03-29
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Giacobbo, Angelo
Grace Hiemstra
B: 1931-03-14
D: 2021-03-31
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Hiemstra, Grace
Michael Lipka
B: 1948-10-12
D: 2021-03-31
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Lipka, Michael
Rose Marie Nardelli
D: 2021-04-03
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Nardelli, Rose Marie
Dino Cuglietta
D: 2021-04-03
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Cuglietta, Dino
Sherry Anne MacRobert
D: 2021-03-24
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MacRobert, Sherry Anne
Audrey Eva Skerry
D: 2021-03-31
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Skerry , Audrey Eva
Carmella Mollame
D: 2021-04-04
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Mollame, Carmella
Genevieve Sherman
D: 2021-04-02
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Sherman, Genevieve
Antonio Sacco
B: 1932-11-05
D: 2021-03-24
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Sacco, Antonio
Nestor Bill Lakusta
D: 2021-03-30
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Lakusta, Nestor Bill
Walter Moroz
D: 2021-03-24
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Moroz, Walter
Betty Marion Darbyson
D: 2021-03-27
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Darbyson, Betty Marion
Alice Mary Kother (nee Dixon)
D: 2021-03-26
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Kother (nee Dixon), Alice Mary

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