Obituaries

Richard Harsha
B: 1940-01-23
D: 2017-06-22
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Harsha, Richard
Brian Daniels
B: 1940-11-24
D: 2017-06-15
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Daniels, Brian
Agnes Danahy
B: 1926-04-29
D: 2017-06-14
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Danahy, Agnes
David Libby
B: 1947-12-17
D: 2017-06-11
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Libby, David
Allen Brown
B: 1964-02-08
D: 2017-06-11
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Brown, Allen
Rosemary Miller
B: 1936-03-27
D: 2017-06-10
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Miller, Rosemary
Charles Smith
B: 1943-01-21
D: 2017-06-08
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Smith, Charles
June Hover
B: 1938-08-29
D: 2017-06-05
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Hover, June
Shirley Hartman
B: 1922-07-15
D: 2017-06-03
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Hartman, Shirley
Nathan Deyoe
B: 1928-10-25
D: 2017-05-28
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Deyoe, Nathan
Barbara Munoff
B: 1938-10-03
D: 2017-05-28
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Munoff , Barbara
Donna Myott
B: 1951-11-30
D: 2017-05-24
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Myott, Donna
Sally Godfrey
B: 1929-08-15
D: 2017-05-22
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Godfrey, Sally
Ronald Caulin
B: 1933-12-14
D: 2017-05-20
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Caulin, Ronald
Paul Roberts
B: 1938-08-29
D: 2017-05-19
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Roberts, Paul
Margaret Putnam
B: 1920-08-10
D: 2017-05-11
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Putnam, Margaret
Mark Heil
B: 1965-10-13
D: 2017-05-08
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Heil, Mark
Marjorie Butler
B: 1929-01-05
D: 2017-05-07
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Butler, Marjorie
Heather Lockwood
B: 1974-03-20
D: 2017-05-06
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Lockwood, Heather
Donald Plude
B: 1928-04-22
D: 2017-05-06
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Plude, Donald
Donald Cassant
B: 1957-01-16
D: 2017-05-05
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Cassant, Donald

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