Obituaries

Joan Farago
B: 1946-06-04
D: 2020-12-02
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Farago, Joan
Arnold Felske
B: 1926-07-18
D: 2020-11-28
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Felske, Arnold
Donald Matheson
B: 1934-09-26
D: 2020-11-21
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Matheson, Donald
Maureen Tittemore
B: 1931-10-16
D: 2020-11-07
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Tittemore, Maureen
Donald Lloyd
B: 1941-04-20
D: 2020-11-06
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Lloyd, Donald
Diana McClughan
B: 1925-06-02
D: 2020-11-06
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McClughan, Diana
Leona Sather
B: 1933-03-24
D: 2020-11-06
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Sather, Leona
Eugene Palfy
B: 1935-12-02
D: 2020-11-05
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Palfy, Eugene
Kenneth Edwards
B: 1931-08-10
D: 2020-11-02
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Edwards, Kenneth
Marvin Gilbertson
B: 1938-04-03
D: 2020-11-01
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Gilbertson, Marvin
Isaac Driediger
B: 1926-01-14
D: 2020-11-01
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Driediger, Isaac
Matil George
B: 1932-04-11
D: 2020-10-26
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George, Matil
Robert McLaren
B: 1925-09-03
D: 2020-10-18
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McLaren, Robert
Arline McIntosh
B: 1930-04-17
D: 2020-10-15
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McIntosh, Arline
Lyle Shantz
B: 1920-07-19
D: 2020-10-13
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Shantz, Lyle
Stanley McKay
B: 1949-08-05
D: 2020-10-10
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McKay, Stanley
Ida Landstrom
B: 1915-04-26
D: 2020-09-28
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Landstrom, Ida
Donald Smith
B: 1945-05-26
D: 2020-09-13
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Smith, Donald
Jacqueline Clark
B: 1926-11-04
D: 2020-08-12
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Clark, Jacqueline
Maureen Peacock
B: 1960-11-22
D: 2020-08-02
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Peacock, Maureen
Rosella Murdock
B: 1928-12-24
D: 2020-07-21
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Murdock, Rosella

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