Obituaries

Gana Ann Alexandruk
D: 2019-08-16
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Alexandruk, Gana Ann
Angelo Dicesare
B: 1944-04-07
D: 2019-08-16
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Dicesare, Angelo
Emily Petryk (nee Tarapaski)
B: 1924-01-24
D: 2019-08-15
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Petryk (nee Tarapaski), Emily
Filippo Cucinotta
B: 1928-06-30
D: 2019-08-14
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Cucinotta, Filippo
Anne Mizier
D: 2019-08-13
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Mizier, Anne
Olive Irene Schurek (nee Martin)
D: 2019-08-13
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Schurek (nee Martin), Olive Irene
Sandra Jean Currie
D: 2019-08-12
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Currie, Sandra Jean
The Reverend Jessie-Jerri June Gresiuk-Jackson
D: 2019-08-12
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Gresiuk-Jackson, The Reverend Jessie-Jerri June
Allan Grant Sobey
D: 2019-08-11
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Sobey, Allan Grant
Vincenzina Lamanna
D: 2019-08-09
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Lamanna, Vincenzina
Nada Nash
D: 2019-08-09
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Nash, Nada
Ryan Kindiak
B: 1991-10-27
D: 2019-08-09
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Kindiak, Ryan
Ronald Michael George Madarash
D: 2019-08-08
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Madarash, Ronald Michael George
Edward Loo
D: 2019-08-07
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Loo, Edward
David Andruchow
D: 2019-08-07
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Andruchow, David
Vito Sergi
D: 2019-08-05
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Sergi, Vito
Lynne Marie Sutherland
D: 2019-08-05
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Sutherland, Lynne Marie
Mike "Lenny" Wolansky
D: 2019-08-05
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Wolansky , Mike "Lenny"
Orest Cyncar
B: 1932-10-30
D: 2019-08-04
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Cyncar, Orest
Dennis Clark
D: 2019-08-01
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Clark, Dennis
Ezra E. Eberhart
B: 1923-01-20
D: 2019-08-01
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Eberhart, Ezra E.

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