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John Marion
D: 2019-11-16
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Marion, John
John Walker Ayre
D: 2019-11-14
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Ayre, John Walker
Kenneth Joseph Jack "Ken" Cadieux
B: 1961-01-06
D: 2019-11-13
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Cadieux, Kenneth Joseph Jack "Ken"
Mary Ann Strembiski
B: 1932-03-26
D: 2019-11-13
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Strembiski, Mary Ann
Irene Agnes Fesyk
D: 2019-11-12
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Fesyk, Irene Agnes
Kevin Francis MacDonald
B: 1961-01-15
D: 2019-11-12
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MacDonald, Kevin Francis
Nicola Parrottino
D: 2019-11-12
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Parrottino, Nicola
Elsie Yanes
D: 2019-11-11
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Yanes, Elsie
Walter Cwenar
D: 2019-11-11
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Cwenar, Walter
Phillip Simon Mah
B: 1974-08-24
D: 2019-11-10
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Mah, Phillip Simon
Ryan Andrew Serink
B: 1984-01-16
D: 2019-11-10
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Serink, Ryan Andrew
John Basil Margitich
B: 1946-08-25
D: 2019-11-09
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Margitich, John Basil
Mackim Kushniruk
D: 2019-11-09
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Kushniruk, Mackim
Marie (Mary) Stogryn
B: 1916-11-17
D: 2019-11-09
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Stogryn, Marie (Mary)
Helen Marchak
D: 2019-11-08
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Marchak, Helen
David George Strang
D: 2019-11-08
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Strang, David George
Manuel Do Rego Sousa
D: 2019-11-08
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Sousa, Manuel Do Rego
Brian Hurley
D: 2019-11-07
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Hurley, Brian
Hermine Schober
D: 2019-11-07
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Schober, Hermine
Marlene and Gordon Benn
D: 2019-11-06
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Benn, Marlene and Gordon
Mario Bernardo
D: 2019-11-05
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Bernardo, Mario

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