Obituaries

Ramona Carter
B: 1935-01-13
D: 2019-07-15
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Carter, Ramona
Leila Lowell
B: 1921-01-27
D: 2019-07-15
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Lowell, Leila
Mary Anderson
B: 1933-05-21
D: 2019-07-14
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Anderson, Mary
Janice Tobias
B: 1933-09-23
D: 2019-07-13
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Tobias, Janice
Kenneth Ferland
B: 1924-10-11
D: 2019-07-12
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Ferland, Kenneth
Lois Holmes
B: 1933-09-05
D: 2019-07-11
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Holmes, Lois
Penny Jane Plante
B: 1949-09-25
D: 2019-07-11
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Plante, Penny Jane
Marion Seavey
B: 1928-05-14
D: 2019-07-10
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Seavey, Marion
Deborah Jean Boulier
B: 1962-01-03
D: 2019-07-10
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Boulier, Deborah Jean
Sally Brown
B: 1935-05-31
D: 2019-07-08
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Brown, Sally
Hilda Chase
B: 1925-04-28
D: 2019-07-08
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Chase, Hilda
Betsy Jane (Hull) Boyce
B: 1963-04-07
D: 2019-07-08
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Boyce, Betsy Jane (Hull)
Eugene Putnam
B: 1934-10-13
D: 2019-07-06
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Putnam, Eugene
George Doughty
B: 1936-08-09
D: 2019-07-05
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Doughty, George
Ida Mae Rancourt
B: 1932-10-20
D: 2019-07-02
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Rancourt, Ida Mae
David Craig
B: 1984-07-04
D: 2019-07-01
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Craig, David
Roy Warren
D: 2019-07-01
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Warren, Roy
Jeanne Murphy
B: 1935-06-13
D: 2019-06-30
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Murphy, Jeanne
Charlotte Steeves
B: 1926-01-18
D: 2019-06-30
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Steeves, Charlotte
Tyler Gray
B: 1988-05-19
D: 2019-06-29
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Gray, Tyler
William Fletcher
B: 1930-12-15
D: 2019-06-29
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Fletcher, William

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