Obituaries

Benjamin "Benny" Sieben
B: 2014-04-14
D: 2019-05-24
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Sieben, Benjamin "Benny"
Victoria Euchuk
B: 1922-03-13
D: 2019-05-22
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Euchuk, Victoria
Lillian Letwenuk
D: 2019-05-21
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Letwenuk, Lillian
Lawrence William Carew
D: 2019-05-21
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Carew , Lawrence William
Ronald "Ron" Watson
D: 2019-05-21
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Watson, Ronald "Ron"
Tristan Cyrus Johnson
D: 2019-05-21
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Johnson, Tristan Cyrus
David Samborsky
D: 2019-05-21
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Samborsky, David
Gertrude Brosch
D: 2019-05-20
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Brosch, Gertrude
Elizabeth Pelech
B: 1927-02-01
D: 2019-05-19
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Pelech, Elizabeth
John Klimchuk
B: 1923-06-07
D: 2019-05-18
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Klimchuk, John
Giuseppe Roppo
B: 1936-06-13
D: 2019-05-17
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Roppo, Giuseppe
Alice Friesen
D: 2019-05-17
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Friesen, Alice
Emile Journault
D: 2019-05-17
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Journault, Emile
Adolf (Dolf) Hantelmann
D: 2019-05-16
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Hantelmann, Adolf (Dolf)
Elaine Norma Minnice
D: 2019-05-16
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Minnice , Elaine Norma
Giovanni Cecchini
B: 1936-05-29
D: 2019-05-15
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Cecchini, Giovanni
Elianne Blanche Diletzoy
D: 2019-05-15
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Diletzoy, Elianne Blanche
Petro Kozyak
D: 2019-05-14
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Kozyak, Petro
Gilbert Klammer
D: 2019-05-14
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Klammer, Gilbert
Clarice Stacey
D: 2019-05-12
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Stacey, Clarice
William (Bill) Storoschuk
D: 2019-05-12
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Storoschuk, William (Bill)

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