Obituaries

Lucy Cianflone
B: 1921-02-18
D: 2016-02-11
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Cianflone, Lucy
Frances Perrotta
B: 1928-05-01
D: 2016-02-09
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Perrotta, Frances
Jo Ann Mascali
B: 1945-08-26
D: 2016-02-08
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Mascali, Jo Ann
Pamela Zawiski
B: 1946-09-26
D: 2016-02-07
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Zawiski, Pamela
Lucille Manganiello
B: 1941-12-30
D: 2016-02-06
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Manganiello, Lucille
Edward O'Gorman
B: 1929-04-21
D: 2016-02-06
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O'Gorman, Edward
Emmy Peña
B: 1955-08-04
D: 2016-02-03
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Peña, Emmy
John Smith
B: 1893-02-01
D: 2016-02-03
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Smith, John
Arthur Stagg
B: 1935-07-19
D: 2016-02-02
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Stagg, Arthur
Joseph Brogan
B: 1925-07-09
D: 2016-01-31
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Brogan, Joseph
Frida Calim
B: 1919-09-18
D: 2016-01-31
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Calim, Frida
Alfonsina Forgione
B: 1936-05-28
D: 2016-01-31
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Forgione, Alfonsina
Robert Quinlan
B: 1942-06-27
D: 2016-01-30
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Quinlan, Robert
Edwin Zemmel
B: 1939-08-08
D: 2016-01-30
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Zemmel, Edwin
Robert Genet
B: 1929-03-05
D: 2016-01-29
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Genet, Robert
Dominic Shiels
B: 1926-03-14
D: 2016-01-29
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Shiels, Dominic
Tracy Brown
B: 1970-11-08
D: 2016-01-28
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Brown, Tracy
Angelo Fucci
B: 1928-05-17
D: 2016-01-28
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Fucci, Angelo
Marie Cianflone
B: 1920-08-31
D: 2016-01-24
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Cianflone, Marie
Doris Fraser
B: 1947-09-05
D: 2016-01-24
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Fraser, Doris
Elizabeth McKegney
B: 1942-11-01
D: 2016-01-21
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McKegney, Elizabeth

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