Obituaries

Ken Kirschman
B: 1944-11-21
D: 2019-04-16
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Kirschman, Ken
Darryl Schneider
B: 1964-02-29
D: 2019-04-15
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Schneider, Darryl
Adolph Kurtz
B: 1939-11-19
D: 2019-04-08
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Kurtz, Adolph
Ruth Hoehn
B: 1928-12-25
D: 2019-04-05
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Hoehn, Ruth
Darcy Schmidt
B: 1972-01-21
D: 2019-03-22
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Schmidt, Darcy
Mark Gyug
B: 1936-06-06
D: 2019-03-21
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Gyug, Mark
Maxine Friesen
B: 1934-09-22
D: 2019-03-21
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Friesen, Maxine
Mary de Laforest
B: 1924-10-01
D: 2019-03-20
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de Laforest, Mary
Helene Jeannot
B: 1931-12-06
D: 2019-03-17
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Jeannot, Helene
Stacy Sanftleben
B: 1965-05-28
D: 2019-03-16
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Sanftleben, Stacy
Catherine Beres
B: 1942-09-30
D: 2019-03-15
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Beres, Catherine
Marjorie Redenbach
B: 1926-12-22
D: 2019-03-13
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Redenbach, Marjorie
Shelley Webster
B: 1952-12-29
D: 2019-03-12
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Webster, Shelley
Marlene Schmidt
B: 1941-09-09
D: 2019-03-12
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Schmidt, Marlene
Ivan Gurski
B: 1932-03-09
D: 2019-03-09
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Gurski, Ivan
Elizabeth Doud
B: 1954-07-27
D: 2019-03-07
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Doud, Elizabeth
Keith Ottenbreit
B: 1953-09-16
D: 2019-03-04
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Ottenbreit, Keith
Kenneth Bell
B: 1953-04-24
D: 2019-03-02
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Bell, Kenneth
John Flegel
B: 1930-09-10
D: 2019-02-15
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Flegel, John
Neil Herndier
B: 1945-03-10
D: 2019-02-15
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Herndier, Neil
Elmer Schmidt
B: 1935-08-30
D: 2019-02-13
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Schmidt, Elmer

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