Obituaries

Gloria Shelton
D: 2021-12-28
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Shelton, Gloria
John Jack Reese
B: 1943-05-25
D: 2021-01-24
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Reese, John Jack
John Johnston
B: 1948-10-14
D: 2021-01-23
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Johnston, John
James Howard
B: 1965-09-14
D: 2021-01-23
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Howard, James
Ray Johnson
B: 1934-02-03
D: 2021-01-23
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Johnson, Ray
Mary Jordan
B: 1936-03-28
D: 2021-01-22
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Jordan, Mary
Tommie Lee
B: 1949-06-09
D: 2021-01-22
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Lee, Tommie
Peter Kelley
B: 1937-02-02
D: 2021-01-20
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Kelley, Peter
Colleen Smith
B: 1940-02-26
D: 2021-01-19
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Smith, Colleen
Alida Newton
B: 1931-02-10
D: 2021-01-19
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Newton, Alida
Lesley Hubbard
B: 1949-11-05
D: 2021-01-19
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Hubbard, Lesley
Kenneth Benton
B: 1953-05-14
D: 2021-01-18
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Benton, Kenneth
Fred Harper
B: 1934-08-04
D: 2021-01-18
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Harper, Fred
George Colvin
D: 2021-01-18
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Colvin, George
Betty Pierce
B: 1934-12-05
D: 2021-01-18
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Pierce, Betty
Anita Warr
B: 1932-09-22
D: 2021-01-18
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Warr, Anita
John Thorpe
B: 1936-02-19
D: 2021-01-18
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Thorpe, John
James Howard
B: 1946-05-30
D: 2021-01-18
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Howard, James
Cora Neumann
B: 1941-12-15
D: 2021-01-17
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Neumann, Cora
Jack Zipparo
B: 1943-10-01
D: 2021-01-17
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Zipparo, Jack
Lillian Simmons
B: 1936-01-11
D: 2021-01-16
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Simmons, Lillian

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