Obituaries

Jerry LaBarrie
B: 1944-10-23
D: 2020-05-16
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LaBarrie, Jerry
Rosalie Cook
B: 1940-02-10
D: 2020-05-16
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Cook, Rosalie
Homer Smith
B: 1941-09-12
D: 2020-05-09
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Smith, Homer
Dean Clayton
B: 1953-07-15
D: 2020-05-04
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Clayton, Dean
Ronald Kleinknight
B: 1943-10-13
D: 2020-05-02
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Kleinknight, Ronald
Owen Golding
B: 1999-07-30
D: 2020-04-29
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Golding, Owen
Carla Timmons
B: 1952-12-14
D: 2020-04-29
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Timmons, Carla
Elton Blanchard
B: 1957-06-15
D: 2020-04-27
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Blanchard, Elton
David Valvano
B: 1947-01-23
D: 2020-04-27
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Valvano, David
Carolyn Martin
B: 1952-03-26
D: 2020-04-20
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Martin, Carolyn
Richard Traylor
B: 1927-09-18
D: 2020-04-18
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Traylor, Richard
Mary Hendrix
B: 1933-12-30
D: 2020-04-17
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Hendrix, Mary
Michael Epps
B: 1943-02-12
D: 2020-04-14
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Epps, Michael
Richard Filson
B: 1958-12-05
D: 2020-04-13
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Filson, Richard
Phuc Tran AKA Phil Tran
B: 1954-01-05
D: 2020-04-11
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Tran AKA Phil Tran, Phuc
Walter Mueller
B: 1927-08-06
D: 2020-04-10
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Mueller, Walter
Hilda Cleckley
B: 1926-01-11
D: 2020-04-08
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Cleckley, Hilda
Diana Martin
B: 1954-02-23
D: 2020-04-08
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Martin, Diana
Curtis Platt
B: 1971-06-17
D: 2020-04-02
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Platt, Curtis
Rowena Donna Ortiz
B: 1960-11-14
D: 2020-03-28
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Ortiz, Rowena Donna
James Guen
B: 1954-08-14
D: 2020-03-21
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Guen, James

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