Obituaries

Kathleen Pickens
B: 1930-01-23
D: 2021-05-11
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Pickens, Kathleen
Bruce Simon
B: 1954-04-24
D: 2021-05-09
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Simon, Bruce
Jesse Swinea
B: 1986-03-21
D: 2021-05-08
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Swinea, Jesse
Alwood Voth
B: 1925-06-13
D: 2021-05-06
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Voth, Alwood
Janie Aary
B: 1961-03-18
D: 2021-05-06
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Aary, Janie
Sharon Martin
B: 1954-02-05
D: 2021-05-05
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Martin, Sharon
Howard Kitchen
B: 1948-12-12
D: 2021-05-04
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Kitchen, Howard
Yolundrus Owens
B: 1961-10-31
D: 2021-05-02
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Owens, Yolundrus
Maryann Tommy
B: 1981-11-19
D: 2021-04-27
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Tommy, Maryann
Eunice Roth
B: 1936-02-13
D: 2021-04-24
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Roth, Eunice
Della Mondick
D: 2021-04-23
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Mondick, Della
Curtis Turner
B: 1952-04-28
D: 2021-04-22
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Turner, Curtis
Marcus Stricklin Rice
B: 2011-04-27
D: 2021-04-21
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Stricklin Rice, Marcus
Norma Quiggle
B: 1934-03-27
D: 2021-04-16
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Quiggle, Norma
James Robinson
B: 1942-10-09
D: 2021-04-16
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Robinson, James
Billy Wills
B: 1959-03-24
D: 2021-04-13
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Wills, Billy
Donald Walker
B: 1935-12-04
D: 2021-04-06
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Walker, Donald
Cynthia Evans
B: 1963-11-29
D: 2021-04-01
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Evans, Cynthia
Jay Maxey
B: 1958-01-29
D: 2021-03-30
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Maxey, Jay
Bert Clampitt
B: 1928-02-18
D: 2021-03-28
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Clampitt, Bert
Dennis Wanzer
B: 1954-05-02
D: 2021-03-26
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Wanzer, Dennis

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