Obituaries

Marion Whitmore
B: 1929-04-29
D: 2024-04-13
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Whitmore, Marion
Ethel Hennefeld
B: 1944-04-14
D: 2024-04-10
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Hennefeld, Ethel
Rhoda Harvey
B: 1965-01-01
D: 2024-04-10
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Harvey, Rhoda
Paul Adams
B: 1925-03-07
D: 2024-04-09
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Adams, Paul
Lee Arey
B: 1965-10-13
D: 2024-04-08
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Arey, Lee
Janice Norwood
B: 1940-04-17
D: 2024-04-08
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Norwood, Janice
David Wincapaw
B: 1945-11-06
D: 2024-04-08
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Wincapaw, David
Brian Rego
B: 1951-07-11
D: 2024-04-06
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Rego, Brian
Adam Adams
B: 1968-10-09
D: 2024-04-06
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Adams, Adam
Capt. Theodore Schmidt
B: 1934-12-12
D: 2024-04-05
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Schmidt, Capt. Theodore
Gerald Chadwick
B: 1935-06-10
D: 2024-04-05
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Chadwick, Gerald
Jeffrey Cusumano
B: 1961-06-12
D: 2024-04-01
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Cusumano, Jeffrey
Karen Keyes
B: 1949-09-16
D: 2024-04-01
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Keyes, Karen
Shiela Maxcy
B: 1941-12-29
D: 2024-03-31
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Maxcy, Shiela
David MacMillan
D: 2024-03-28
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MacMillan, David
Phillip Applin
B: 1948-11-05
D: 2024-03-27
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Applin, Phillip
David Hall
B: 1940-05-14
D: 2024-03-24
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Hall, David
Barbara Fossett
B: 1934-11-07
D: 2024-03-23
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Fossett, Barbara
Miguel Almonte
B: 1990-03-12
D: 2024-03-23
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Almonte, Miguel
Barry Pitcher
B: 1945-06-07
D: 2024-03-20
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Pitcher, Barry
Richard Hunt
B: 1958-06-11
D: 2024-03-19
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Hunt, Richard

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