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Natalie Pawlovich
D: 2020-08-11
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Pawlovich, Natalie
Sheila Alma Schatz
D: 2020-08-11
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Schatz, Sheila Alma
Alison Anne Laiss
D: 2020-08-10
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Laiss, Alison Anne
Josephine Homyshin
D: 2020-08-08
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Homyshin, Josephine
Leonard Marvin Hagen
D: 2020-08-08
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Hagen, Leonard Marvin
Doreen Cheetham
D: 2020-08-06
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Cheetham, Doreen
Yvonne Danchuk
D: 2020-08-06
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Danchuk, Yvonne
Orlando Bruno
D: 2020-08-05
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Bruno, Orlando
Stephen McNeil
D: 2020-08-05
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McNeil, Stephen
Keith William Smillie
B: 1927-12-09
D: 2020-08-04
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Smillie, Keith William
Evelyn Tymchak
D: 2020-07-31
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Tymchak, Evelyn
Amilia Musey
B: 1934-03-04
D: 2020-07-31
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Musey, Amilia
Very Reverend Archpriest Raphael Johnston
D: 2020-07-31
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Johnston, Very Reverend Archpriest Raphael
Paul Andre Loranger
B: 1947-10-08
D: 2020-07-30
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Loranger, Paul Andre
Pietro (Peter) Marcato
B: 1946-10-29
D: 2020-07-29
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Marcato, Pietro (Peter)
Ollene Rhoda Pelletier
D: 2020-07-29
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Pelletier, Ollene Rhoda
Kenneth William Proskow
D: 2020-07-29
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Proskow, Kenneth William
Bernice Sandra Warchola
D: 2020-07-28
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Warchola, Bernice Sandra
Wui Lin Ling
B: 1932-12-08
D: 2020-07-28
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Ling, Wui Lin
Evelyn Helen Stefaniuk
D: 2020-07-28
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Stefaniuk, Evelyn Helen
Rose Haluschak
B: 1927-01-09
D: 2020-07-28
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Haluschak, Rose

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