Obituaries

Jack Shadle
B: 1925-01-10
D: 2016-12-02
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Shadle, Jack
Ellen Burkham
B: 1922-06-06
D: 2016-12-02
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Burkham, Ellen
Fayetta Smith
B: 1929-03-30
D: 2016-12-02
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Smith, Fayetta
Wanda Smellie
B: 1940-04-22
D: 2016-12-01
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Smellie, Wanda
William Ames
B: 1932-02-24
D: 2016-11-25
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Ames, William
Rhonda Davis
B: 1954-11-03
D: 2016-11-23
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Davis, Rhonda
Lula Shelly
B: 1947-05-01
D: 2016-11-23
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Shelly, Lula
Iman Abdallah
B: 1952-08-08
D: 2016-11-21
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Abdallah, Iman
Gary Meador
B: 1956-12-27
D: 2016-11-18
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Meador, Gary
George Hogg
B: 1936-12-19
D: 2016-11-18
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Hogg, George
Doris Dorsett
B: 1930-01-19
D: 2016-11-17
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Dorsett, Doris
Ronnie Lipsey
B: 1943-11-10
D: 2016-11-16
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Lipsey, Ronnie
Eugene Muehleisen
B: 1932-03-29
D: 2016-11-08
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Muehleisen, Eugene
Vanda Munk
B: 1941-05-16
D: 2016-11-08
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Munk, Vanda
Annette Smith
B: 1924-01-03
D: 2016-11-07
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Smith, Annette
Kennith Morgan
B: 1934-11-20
D: 2016-11-05
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Morgan, Kennith
Mae Adkins
B: 1929-08-31
D: 2016-11-05
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Adkins, Mae
Vivian Arnold
B: 1936-06-29
D: 2016-11-05
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Arnold, Vivian
Ola Mae Denson
B: 1920-02-08
D: 2016-10-29
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Denson, Ola Mae
Anita Beall
B: 1931-05-22
D: 2016-10-28
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Beall, Anita
Wanda Sutton
B: 1941-08-02
D: 2016-10-28
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Sutton, Wanda

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