Obituaries

Ralph Pillings
B: 1945-08-04
D: 2018-02-04
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Pillings, Ralph
Gabrielle Jordan
B: 1933-11-25
D: 2018-02-02
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Jordan, Gabrielle
Carmela Baccari
B: 1923-01-29
D: 2018-01-17
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Baccari, Carmela
Michael Gomes
B: 1963-10-03
D: 2018-01-14
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Gomes, Michael
Lorraine Coleman
B: 1931-12-05
D: 2018-01-09
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Coleman, Lorraine
Robert Ahern
B: 1930-08-29
D: 2018-01-05
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Ahern, Robert
Rene'a O'Connell
B: 1961-11-05
D: 2017-12-31
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O'Connell, Rene'a
James McCahey
B: 1969-10-29
D: 2017-12-29
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McCahey, James
Carmen Pichardo
B: 1933-07-16
D: 2017-12-24
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Pichardo, Carmen
Richard Burch
B: 1943-02-13
D: 2017-12-20
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Burch, Richard
Kerry Pike
B: 1965-05-18
D: 2017-12-14
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Pike, Kerry
Gloria Heisler
B: 1928-02-03
D: 2017-12-03
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Heisler, Gloria
Jeffery Harrington
B: 1946-02-20
D: 2017-12-03
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Harrington, Jeffery
Lesa Coombs
B: 1959-03-23
D: 2017-12-02
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Coombs, Lesa
Lorraine Schur
B: 1927-11-06
D: 2017-12-01
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Schur, Lorraine
Benjamin Cyr
B: 1994-09-22
D: 2017-11-21
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Cyr, Benjamin
Kenneth Rothermel
B: 1961-02-05
D: 2017-11-14
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Rothermel, Kenneth
James Martin
B: 1984-08-17
D: 2017-10-22
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Martin, James
Betty Cucinotta
B: 1942-12-26
D: 2017-10-18
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Cucinotta, Betty
Tommy Jackson
B: 1950-09-10
D: 2017-10-14
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Jackson, Tommy
Carol Charette
B: 1951-12-31
D: 2017-10-06
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Charette, Carol

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