Obituaries

Patricia Kliewer
B: 1949-09-15
D: 2024-02-20
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Kliewer, Patricia
Teri Mendenhall
B: 1955-04-10
D: 2024-02-19
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Mendenhall, Teri
Judith Christensen
B: 1945-01-20
D: 2024-02-13
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Christensen, Judith
Janet Winkler
B: 1966-10-16
D: 2024-02-13
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Winkler, Janet
Lloyd Stebbins
B: 1941-08-21
D: 2024-02-13
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Stebbins, Lloyd
Mary Bales
B: 1951-07-03
D: 2024-02-09
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Bales, Mary
Pauline Meyer
B: 1935-02-05
D: 2024-02-09
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Meyer, Pauline
Lawrence Brittain
B: 1932-12-05
D: 2024-02-05
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Brittain, Lawrence
Beverly Anderson
B: 1953-12-16
D: 2024-02-04
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Anderson, Beverly
Mary Moore
B: 1955-02-20
D: 2024-01-31
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Moore, Mary
John Wedel
B: 1946-02-27
D: 2024-01-30
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Wedel, John
Lendl Detwiler
B: 1960-06-01
D: 2024-01-28
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Detwiler, Lendl
Betty McDonald
B: 1930-06-12
D: 2024-01-28
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McDonald, Betty
Kenneth Woodard
B: 1948-08-27
D: 2024-01-23
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Woodard, Kenneth
Naemie Janzen
B: 1926-09-13
D: 2024-01-23
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Janzen, Naemie
Patsy Stunkle
B: 1937-04-24
D: 2024-01-20
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Stunkle, Patsy
Dorothy Murphy
B: 1925-02-04
D: 2024-01-20
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Murphy, Dorothy
Monte Stotts
B: 1962-08-02
D: 2024-01-18
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Stotts, Monte
Richard Allison
B: 1947-12-07
D: 2024-01-18
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Allison, Richard
Rita Smith
B: 1952-12-27
D: 2024-01-15
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Smith, Rita
Larry Zander
B: 1937-05-11
D: 2024-01-13
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Zander, Larry

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