Obituaries

Andrew Slusarenko
B: 1928-06-23
D: 2017-02-22
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Slusarenko, Andrew
Nadia Axani
D: 2017-02-22
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Axani, Nadia
Stephania Workun (nee Kosiur)
B: 1919-11-14
D: 2017-02-21
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Workun (nee Kosiur), Stephania
Bonnielee Anderson
D: 2017-02-21
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Anderson, Bonnielee
Peter Kulba
D: 2017-02-21
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Kulba, Peter
Edward A. Mazepa
D: 2017-02-20
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Mazepa, Edward A.
Marilyn Joyce Cherewyk
D: 2017-02-20
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Cherewyk, Marilyn Joyce
George Esterer
B: 1929-02-04
D: 2017-02-20
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Esterer, George
Vivian Gould
D: 2017-02-18
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Gould, Vivian
Mary Zdebliak (nee Topolnisky)
D: 2017-02-18
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Zdebliak (nee Topolnisky), Mary
Giacomo (Jack) Picco
D: 2017-02-18
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Picco, Giacomo (Jack)
Marian Bohachyk
D: 2017-02-18
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Bohachyk, Marian
Elizabeth Jackowich
D: 2017-02-18
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Jackowich, Elizabeth
Jim Weldon
D: 2017-02-17
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Weldon, Jim
Frances Hohlbein
B: 1932-08-02
D: 2017-02-17
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Hohlbein, Frances
Joe Hoshowski
D: 2017-02-17
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Hoshowski, Joe
Stuart Pearce
D: 2017-02-16
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Pearce, Stuart
John Mankow
B: 1930-09-29
D: 2017-02-16
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Mankow, John
Tom Krawec
D: 2017-02-15
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Krawec, Tom
Mary Rublitz
D: 2017-02-15
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Rublitz, Mary
Jean Bezaire
D: 2017-02-15
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Bezaire, Jean

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