Obituaries

Julia Gajarsky
B: 1920-10-19
D: 2017-07-23
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Gajarsky, Julia
Margaret Rafferty
B: 1917-10-19
D: 2017-07-22
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Rafferty, Margaret
Walter Stayvas
B: 1950-01-26
D: 2017-07-21
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Stayvas, Walter
William Zimmerman
B: 1915-03-07
D: 2017-07-20
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Zimmerman, William
Robert Blomquist
D: 2017-07-20
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Blomquist, Robert
Muriel Brier
B: 1930-04-13
D: 2017-07-20
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Brier, Muriel
Julia Forte
B: 1956-02-12
D: 2017-07-20
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Forte, Julia
Paul Batsarika
B: 1947-12-15
D: 2017-07-19
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Batsarika, Paul
Agnes Sperduto
B: 1930-04-14
D: 2017-07-19
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Sperduto, Agnes
Pacifico Quilal-lan
B: 1937-06-23
D: 2017-07-17
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Quilal-lan, Pacifico
Anthony Truono
B: 1933-05-01
D: 2017-07-15
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Truono, Anthony
William Moyle
B: 1944-01-14
D: 2017-07-13
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Moyle, William
Michael Pancza
B: 1923-06-21
D: 2017-07-11
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Pancza, Michael
Maria Lomba
B: 1915-03-11
D: 2017-07-10
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Lomba, Maria
Esther Sivulich
B: 1932-07-10
D: 2017-07-10
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Sivulich , Esther
Atsuko Ginter
B: 1934-02-06
D: 2017-07-08
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Ginter, Atsuko
Jean Curcio
B: 1924-01-18
D: 2017-07-08
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Curcio, Jean
Betty Jane Tingley
B: 1927-07-10
D: 2017-07-05
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Tingley, Betty Jane
Hai Kan Chan
B: 1935-01-22
D: 2017-07-01
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Chan, Hai Kan
Shusila Khanal
B: 1932-06-21
D: 2017-06-30
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Khanal, Shusila
Deacon Richard Dow
B: 1943-08-19
D: 2017-06-27
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Dow, Deacon Richard

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