Obituaries

Joseph Englot
B: 1936-11-05
D: 2023-02-02
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Englot, Joseph
William Stewart
B: 1930-02-18
D: 2023-02-01
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Stewart, William
Crystal Schaan
B: 1977-02-06
D: 2023-01-17
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Schaan, Crystal
Barbara McKay-Ward
B: 1953-05-08
D: 2023-01-13
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McKay-Ward, Barbara
Esther Pilon
B: 1924-07-18
D: 2023-01-13
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Pilon, Esther
Glen Baber
B: 1943-02-02
D: 2023-01-08
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Baber, Glen
Irene Baber
B: 1935-03-31
D: 2023-01-07
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Baber, Irene
Floyd Bonk
B: 1930-03-30
D: 2023-01-07
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Bonk, Floyd
Patricia Criddle
B: 1943-08-20
D: 2023-01-05
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Criddle, Patricia
Andrew Domoslai
B: 1925-11-24
D: 2023-01-01
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Domoslai, Andrew
Ronald McDonald
B: 1937-10-19
D: 2022-12-29
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McDonald, Ronald
Robert Walkington
B: 1948-02-19
D: 2022-12-26
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Walkington, Robert
James Taschuk
B: 1952-07-25
D: 2022-12-23
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Taschuk, James
Wilfred Goebel
B: 1938-06-18
D: 2022-12-21
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Goebel, Wilfred
Raymond Kitch
B: 1929-07-23
D: 2022-12-19
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Kitch, Raymond
Emily Thompson
B: 1920-03-04
D: 2022-12-17
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Thompson, Emily
Doris Harpold
B: 1941-05-10
D: 2022-12-16
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Harpold, Doris
Grant Mann
B: 1955-06-25
D: 2022-12-11
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Mann, Grant
Lorraine Dunnigan
B: 1943-04-10
D: 2022-12-05
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Dunnigan, Lorraine
Bertram Criddle
B: 1939-07-01
D: 2022-12-02
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Criddle, Bertram
Edward Beutler
B: 1940-05-19
D: 2022-11-25
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Beutler, Edward

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