Obituaries

Franklin Smith
B: 1932-01-16
D: 2017-06-21
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Smith, Franklin
Matthew Margavitz
B: 1985-06-26
D: 2017-06-20
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Margavitz, Matthew
Helen Andresen
B: 1919-09-25
D: 2017-06-20
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Andresen, Helen
Beatrice Brechka
B: 1927-02-21
D: 2017-06-19
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Brechka, Beatrice
Viola Pratt
D: 2017-06-18
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Pratt, Viola
Gloria di Girolamo
B: 1924-01-10
D: 2017-06-17
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di Girolamo, Gloria
Dominick Caponigro
B: 1929-02-22
D: 2017-06-15
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Caponigro, Dominick
Marie Maietta
B: 1984-04-21
D: 2017-06-14
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Maietta, Marie
Andrew Sagosz
B: 1926-12-12
D: 2017-06-13
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Sagosz, Andrew
Theresa De Cola
B: 1927-09-18
D: 2017-06-13
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De Cola, Theresa
Marian Whale
B: 1939-09-24
D: 2017-06-12
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Whale, Marian
George Carr
B: 1936-06-06
D: 2017-06-10
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Carr, George
Anthony Sokalski
B: 1991-07-13
D: 2017-06-09
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Sokalski, Anthony
Doris Massaro
B: 1935-09-19
D: 2017-06-09
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Massaro, Doris
Edward Trimpert
B: 1962-01-28
D: 2017-06-09
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Trimpert, Edward
Bobbie Telfor
B: 1937-06-19
D: 2017-06-08
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Telfor, Bobbie
Ida Signorin
B: 1923-11-05
D: 2017-06-07
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Signorin, Ida
Marie Aboosamara
B: 1931-05-10
D: 2017-06-06
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Aboosamara, Marie
Vicente Barrientos
B: 1953-03-23
D: 2017-06-01
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Barrientos, Vicente
Indra Sookdeo
B: 1950-05-13
D: 2017-05-31
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Sookdeo, Indra
James Harding
B: 1923-04-22
D: 2017-05-30
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Harding, James

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