Obituaries

Christine Koehn
B: 1932-07-07
D: 2020-04-05
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Koehn, Christine
Stephen Buss
B: 1963-06-19
D: 2020-04-03
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Buss, Stephen
William Deck
B: 1925-10-21
D: 2020-03-31
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Deck, William
Phillip Foss
B: 1948-10-24
D: 2020-03-31
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Foss, Phillip
Wilma Evans
B: 1923-08-13
D: 2020-03-28
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Evans, Wilma
Donnie Weldon
B: 1936-03-02
D: 2020-03-28
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Weldon, Donnie
Larry Newman
B: 1946-07-30
D: 2020-03-25
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Newman, Larry
Esley Koehn
B: 1944-08-12
D: 2020-03-25
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Koehn, Esley
Lowell Bees
B: 1935-03-24
D: 2020-03-24
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Bees, Lowell
Tracy Wines
B: 1961-02-20
D: 2020-03-15
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Wines, Tracy
Robert O'Neal
B: 1935-06-19
D: 2020-03-14
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O'Neal, Robert
Lois Long
B: 1928-04-25
D: 2020-03-09
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Long, Lois
Virgil Shelton
B: 1936-03-30
D: 2020-03-08
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Shelton, Virgil
Alvin Roelse
B: 1936-05-06
D: 2020-02-29
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Roelse, Alvin
Bernard Mena
B: 1932-08-20
D: 2020-02-27
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Mena, Bernard
Wilbur Schneider
B: 1919-05-09
D: 2020-02-27
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Schneider, Wilbur
James Summers
B: 1940-02-14
D: 2020-02-25
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Summers, James
Lucile Smith
B: 1922-05-14
D: 2020-02-24
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Smith, Lucile
Opal George
B: 1928-09-13
D: 2020-02-23
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George, Opal
Loretta Gharib
B: 1933-09-27
D: 2020-02-22
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Gharib, Loretta
Michael Riley
B: 1952-10-03
D: 2020-02-22
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Riley, Michael

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