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David Allan Severson
D: 2018-12-13
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Severson, David Allan
Sofia Kuszka
D: 2018-12-13
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Kuszka, Sofia
Betty Stawnychy
D: 2018-12-12
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Stawnychy, Betty
John Panasiuk
B: 1927-11-18
D: 2018-12-12
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Panasiuk, John
Edward Laverne Heidinger
D: 2018-12-11
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Heidinger, Edward Laverne
Randal "Randy" Chura
D: 2018-12-11
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Chura, Randal "Randy"
Percy Harold (Joe) Paton
D: 2018-12-10
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Paton, Percy Harold (Joe)
Rosa Spadavecchia
D: 2018-12-09
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Spadavecchia, Rosa
Gertie Maxfield
D: 2018-12-09
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Maxfield, Gertie
Richard Jones
D: 2018-12-09
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Jones, Richard
John Antoniuk
D: 2018-12-08
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Antoniuk, John
Patrick "Pat" Noel Heaney
D: 2018-12-08
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Heaney, Patrick "Pat" Noel
Henry Marion Bondarewicz
D: 2018-12-08
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Bondarewicz, Henry Marion
Marjorie Callaghan
D: 2018-12-07
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Callaghan, Marjorie
Adam Christopher Zorniak
D: 2018-12-07
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Zorniak, Adam Christopher
Helen Dzura
D: 2018-12-07
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Dzura, Helen
Frederick Barned
B: 1933-05-08
D: 2018-12-06
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Barned, Frederick
Curtis Gregory
D: 2018-12-05
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Gregory, Curtis
Hildegard Dubas
D: 2018-12-05
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Dubas, Hildegard
James Clifford Lepretre
B: 1944-07-14
D: 2018-12-04
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Lepretre, James Clifford
Salvatore Mario Santoro
D: 2018-12-03
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Santoro, Salvatore Mario

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