Obituaries

Harold Rayl
B: 1926-12-31
D: 2017-08-19
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Rayl, Harold
Jonny Vanderpool
B: 2000-08-01
D: 2017-08-15
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Vanderpool, Jonny
Scott Woidan
B: 1987-06-22
D: 2017-08-13
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Woidan, Scott
Roy Powell
B: 1943-11-10
D: 2017-08-08
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Powell, Roy
Helen Rayl
B: 1929-10-06
D: 2017-08-08
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Rayl, Helen
Lloyd McNabb
D: 2017-08-05
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McNabb, Lloyd
Walter Hofmann
B: 1943-01-17
D: 2017-07-31
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Hofmann, Walter
Norma Stewart
B: 1940-05-19
D: 2017-07-28
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Stewart, Norma
Guy Nanney
B: 1962-09-13
D: 2017-07-23
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Nanney, Guy
Linda Cooper
B: 1949-12-29
D: 2017-07-19
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Cooper, Linda
Nevaeh Bignell
B: 2017-07-18
D: 2017-07-18
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Bignell, Nevaeh
William Kritzman
B: 1932-02-08
D: 2017-07-14
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Kritzman, William
Shirley Wagg
B: 1935-09-28
D: 2017-07-07
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Wagg, Shirley
Leota Anthes
B: 1918-12-17
D: 2017-07-01
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Anthes, Leota
Edward Ziegenmeyer
B: 1959-12-14
D: 2017-06-26
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Ziegenmeyer, Edward
Wenola Lowe
B: 1933-05-18
D: 2017-06-24
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Lowe, Wenola
Thomas Burns
B: 1926-02-27
D: 2017-06-23
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Burns, Thomas
Ricky Gabler
B: 1954-07-07
D: 2017-06-20
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Gabler, Ricky
Donald Kaufman
B: 1928-05-18
D: 2017-06-16
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Kaufman, Donald
Terry Prosowski
B: 1953-07-13
D: 2017-06-08
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Prosowski, Terry
Brandon Matson
B: 1997-08-13
D: 2017-05-31
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Matson, Brandon

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