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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
Keith Lewis
B: 1928-01-20
D: 2021-06-10
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Lewis, Keith
Edwin Shaske
B: 1941-06-12
D: 2021-06-12
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Shaske, Edwin
Shay-Lean Wanderingspirit
D: 2021-06-15
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Wanderingspirit, Shay-Lean
Anna Zrobok
D: 2021-06-14
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Zrobok, Anna
Florence Dales
D: 2021-06-16
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Dales, Florence
Tina Kostiuk
B: 1929-09-25
D: 2021-06-09
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Kostiuk, Tina
Gordon Godfrey
B: 1937-11-04
D: 2021-06-09
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Godfrey, Gordon
Anne Ponich
B: 1923-10-06
D: 2021-06-09
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Ponich, Anne
Frederick Roblin
D: 2021-06-16
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Roblin, Frederick
Martha Ratz
B: 1921-09-14
D: 2021-06-05
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Ratz, Martha
Micheal Broome
D: 2021-06-09
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Broome, Micheal
G. Robert Johanson
B: 1940-07-09
D: 2021-06-13
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Johanson, G. Robert
Harry Mulak
D: 2021-06-06
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Mulak, Harry
Richard Danyluk
D: 2021-06-04
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Danyluk, Richard
Dale Mertz
B: 1963-12-07
D: 2021-05-25
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Mertz, Dale
Harry Kish
D: 2021-06-04
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Kish, Harry
Toan Tran
B: 1954-11-01
D: 2021-06-04
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Tran, Toan
Linda Della Mora
B: 1965-09-23
D: 2021-05-31
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Della Mora, Linda
Allan Stendie
D: 2021-05-29
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Stendie, Allan

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