Charles Flowers
B: 1957-08-21
D: 2016-10-22
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Flowers, Charles
Bruce Barton
B: 1937-11-15
D: 2016-10-21
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Barton, Bruce
James Williams
B: 1932-09-23
D: 2016-10-18
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Williams, James
Mary Albright
B: 1923-12-25
D: 2016-10-12
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Albright, Mary
Elaine Jordan
B: 1926-11-27
D: 2016-10-12
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Jordan, Elaine
Linda Johnson
B: 1945-12-27
D: 2016-10-12
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Johnson, Linda
Linda Stroman
B: 1947-08-24
D: 2016-10-11
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Stroman, Linda
Hank Godwin
B: 1931-04-01
D: 2016-10-11
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Godwin, Hank
Rebecca Caraway
B: 1952-07-19
D: 2016-10-04
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Caraway, Rebecca
Walter Goll
B: 1935-06-25
D: 2016-10-03
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Goll, Walter
Scott Touchstone
B: 1942-01-29
D: 2016-10-01
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Touchstone, Scott
Lloyd Smith
B: 1946-07-14
D: 2016-09-28
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Smith, Lloyd
Annie White
B: 1918-01-04
D: 2016-09-25
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White, Annie
Becky Fisher
B: 1948-02-25
D: 2016-09-23
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Fisher, Becky
Barker Hale
B: 1937-12-02
D: 2016-09-20
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Hale, Barker
Judy Minerik
B: 1955-04-07
D: 2016-09-18
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Minerik, Judy
Mary Stevens
B: 1926-05-05
D: 2016-09-17
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Stevens, Mary
Robert Dixon
B: 1932-11-25
D: 2016-09-15
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Dixon, Robert
Elizabeth DeBlasio
B: 1931-12-20
D: 2016-09-15
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DeBlasio, Elizabeth
Thomas Cobb
B: 1948-09-13
D: 2016-09-14
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Cobb, Thomas
Jane Waddell
B: 1938-07-13
D: 2016-09-04
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Waddell, Jane


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