Obituaries

Dorothy Smith
B: 1928-05-27
D: 2021-07-31
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Smith, Dorothy
Annabelle Rowley
B: 1948-09-06
D: 2021-07-30
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Rowley, Annabelle
Billie Lasley
B: 1931-02-06
D: 2021-07-29
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Lasley, Billie
Carolyn Kiely
B: 1945-05-30
D: 2021-07-28
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Kiely, Carolyn
Billy Jordan
B: 1964-06-20
D: 2021-07-27
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Jordan, Billy
Ruby Joslyn
B: 1927-08-13
D: 2021-07-25
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Joslyn, Ruby
Erin Denney
B: 1957-06-12
D: 2021-07-24
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Denney, Erin
Vivian Ratliff
B: 1929-12-06
D: 2021-07-23
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Ratliff, Vivian
Patricia Bonnett
B: 1940-04-20
D: 2021-07-23
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Bonnett, Patricia
James Mueller
B: 1947-06-02
D: 2021-07-20
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Mueller, James
Rubena Kokojan
B: 1935-09-14
D: 2021-07-17
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Kokojan, Rubena
Narcelyn Lingenfelter
B: 1929-02-23
D: 2021-07-16
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Lingenfelter, Narcelyn
Heather Hood
B: 1978-11-02
D: 2021-07-16
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Hood, Heather
Kenneth Troutman
B: 1942-04-10
D: 2021-07-15
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Troutman, Kenneth
Geneva Lynch
B: 1936-05-12
D: 2021-07-14
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Lynch, Geneva
Teresa Harviston
B: 1953-01-07
D: 2021-07-11
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Harviston, Teresa
Everett Ingram
B: 1956-05-18
D: 2021-07-11
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Ingram, Everett
Betty Seiger
B: 1941-11-27
D: 2021-07-09
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Seiger, Betty
Jean Gordineer
B: 1942-05-12
D: 2021-07-09
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Gordineer, Jean
Jerry Listak
B: 1934-03-16
D: 2021-07-08
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Listak, Jerry
Rosemary Hinkle
B: 1955-06-27
D: 2021-07-08
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Hinkle, Rosemary

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