Obituaries

Marianne Cebryk
D: 2021-01-08
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Cebryk, Marianne
Guenther Koesling
D: 2021-01-15
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Koesling, Guenther
Peppino Soria
B: 1934-10-15
D: 2021-01-12
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Soria, Peppino
Robert Joesph Cardinal
D: 2020-12-31
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Cardinal , Robert Joesph
Salvatore (Sam) Campese
D: 2021-01-11
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Campese, Salvatore (Sam)
Wilfred Prokop
D: 2021-01-02
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Prokop, Wilfred
Giuseppe Dodaro
D: 2021-01-11
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Dodaro, Giuseppe
Alexandra (Sandra) Osinchuk
D: 2021-01-06
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Osinchuk, Alexandra (Sandra)
Mark Countaway
B: 1965-11-19
D: 2020-12-24
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Countaway, Mark
Leondina Feula
D: 2021-01-09
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Feula, Leondina
Zofia Czaja
D: 2021-01-12
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Czaja, Zofia
William (Bill) Gurba
D: 2021-01-02
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Gurba, William (Bill)
Kenneth "Ken" Lammy
D: 2021-01-07
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Lammy, Kenneth "Ken"
Mollie Podlubny
D: 2021-01-09
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Podlubny, Mollie
Mario De Rosa
D: 2020-12-29
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De Rosa, Mario
Walter Olinyk
D: 2021-01-03
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Olinyk , Walter
Eugene Clifford Monias
D: 2021-01-01
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Monias, Eugene Clifford
Dr. Lev "Larry" Borys
D: 2021-01-04
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Borys, Dr. Lev "Larry"
Natalia Hosker
D: 2021-01-02
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Hosker, Natalia
Father Michael Gebremariam Georgis
D: 2020-12-30
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Georgis, Father Michael Gebremariam
Ed Vertypora
D: 2020-12-20
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Vertypora, Ed

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