Obituaries

Doretha Taylor
B: 1925-05-29
D: 2016-05-27
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Taylor, Doretha
Bill Baldridge
B: 1936-10-29
D: 2016-05-25
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Baldridge, Bill
Ronnie Fleet
B: 1981-03-14
D: 2016-05-21
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Fleet, Ronnie
Johnny Scott
B: 1947-12-29
D: 2016-05-08
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Scott, Johnny
Norma Guthrie
B: 1938-02-06
D: 2016-05-07
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Guthrie, Norma
William Painter
B: 1966-08-31
D: 2016-05-04
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Painter, William
Louis Adkisson
B: 1928-11-07
D: 2016-05-01
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Adkisson, Louis
Lucille Goza
B: 1925-01-04
D: 2016-04-30
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Goza, Lucille
Dora Sosa
B: 1969-01-01
D: 2016-04-30
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Sosa, Dora
Bradys Bagley
B: 1919-02-11
D: 2016-04-28
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Bagley, Bradys
Roger Walters
B: 1936-08-20
D: 2016-04-22
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Walters, Roger
Joseph Smith
B: 1924-08-09
D: 2016-04-21
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Smith, Joseph
Willie Ingham
B: 1922-01-27
D: 2016-04-18
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Ingham, Willie
Raymond Massie
B: 1933-08-15
D: 2016-04-04
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Massie, Raymond
Aaron Justice
B: 1952-03-09
D: 2016-04-03
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Justice, Aaron
Paul McBride
B: 1963-04-21
D: 2016-03-30
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McBride, Paul
Halen Lee
B: 1924-10-08
D: 2016-03-27
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Lee, Halen
Alisa Reneau
B: 1964-07-07
D: 2016-03-25
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Reneau, Alisa
Andy Nix
B: 1940-01-20
D: 2016-03-21
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Nix, Andy
J Sheridan
B: 1929-05-23
D: 2016-03-20
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Sheridan, J
Andy Phillips
B: 1928-08-14
D: 2016-03-18
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Phillips, Andy

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