Obituaries

Robert Wignes
B: 1946-04-20
D: 2024-02-13
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Wignes, Robert
Georgette Seib
B: 1935-07-22
D: 2024-02-13
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Seib, Georgette
Shirley Kelly
B: 1951-03-24
D: 2024-02-08
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Kelly, Shirley
Katie Wiebe
B: 1931-10-30
D: 2024-01-31
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Wiebe, Katie
Anthony Schmidt
B: 1961-11-20
D: 2024-01-21
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Schmidt, Anthony
William Allen
B: 1925-06-15
D: 2024-01-08
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Allen, William
Irene Macks
B: 1930-02-27
D: 2024-01-08
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Macks, Irene
Lillie James
B: 1951-09-16
D: 2024-01-01
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James, Lillie
Hazel Chute
B: 1923-07-21
D: 2023-12-31
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Chute, Hazel
Alex Schroeder
B: 1938-06-19
D: 2023-12-25
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Schroeder, Alex
Marilyn Carlson
B: 1938-02-20
D: 2023-12-24
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Carlson, Marilyn
Rita Allin
B: 1955-10-18
D: 2023-12-17
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Allin, Rita
Paul Richert
B: 1932-02-21
D: 2023-12-14
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Richert, Paul
Lenora Penner
B: 1939-02-18
D: 2023-12-07
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Penner, Lenora
Marlys Jantz
B: 1942-12-07
D: 2023-11-22
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Jantz, Marlys
David Manson
B: 1947-07-05
D: 2023-11-20
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Manson, David
Tyler Gross
B: 1981-03-23
D: 2023-11-03
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Gross, Tyler
Shirley J. Crawford
B: 1937-07-10
D: 2023-10-30
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Crawford, Shirley J.
Leonard Kwiatkowski
B: 1962-04-01
D: 2023-10-25
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Kwiatkowski, Leonard
Alice Drescher
B: 1943-12-05
D: 2023-10-14
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Drescher, Alice
Josephine Richardson
B: 1929-03-05
D: 2023-10-10
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Richardson, Josephine

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