Obituaries

Patricia DeSanto
B: 1958-11-19
D: 2019-01-19
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DeSanto, Patricia
Ann Marie Lauten
B: 1943-09-20
D: 2019-01-17
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Lauten, Ann Marie
Nicholas Sarullo
B: 1979-09-26
D: 2019-01-16
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Sarullo, Nicholas
Ulda Degati
B: 1928-12-02
D: 2019-01-15
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Degati, Ulda
Eileen Meyer
B: 1925-10-10
D: 2019-01-15
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Meyer, Eileen
Margaret Smith
B: 1924-02-29
D: 2019-01-14
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Smith, Margaret
Nicholas Del Vecchio
B: 1924-03-12
D: 2019-01-13
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Del Vecchio, Nicholas
Catherine Horan
B: 1927-08-13
D: 2019-01-11
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Horan, Catherine
Henry Phelps
B: 1932-05-09
D: 2019-01-10
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Phelps, Henry
Rachel Ann Villani
B: 1941-12-07
D: 2019-01-09
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Villani, Rachel Ann
Karen Myskosky
B: 1951-05-20
D: 2019-01-07
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Myskosky, Karen
Loretta Szaro
B: 1938-09-10
D: 2019-01-06
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Szaro, Loretta
Vojkan Zlatkov
B: 1976-09-26
D: 2019-01-06
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Zlatkov, Vojkan
Sandra Ann Menkin
B: 1943-10-22
D: 2019-01-05
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Menkin , Sandra Ann
Glenn Vitiello
B: 1957-07-15
D: 2019-01-05
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Vitiello, Glenn
Irene Rose Brizak
B: 1966-05-27
D: 2019-01-05
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Brizak, Irene Rose
Sandra Daubert
B: 1937-04-14
D: 2019-01-04
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Daubert, Sandra
Darlene McNelly
B: 1944-11-22
D: 2019-01-04
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McNelly, Darlene
Claude R. Harrison
B: 1935-02-01
D: 2019-01-04
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Harrison, Claude R.
Arthur Stasio
B: 1924-11-23
D: 2019-01-03
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Stasio, Arthur
Patricia Keenan
B: 1936-02-06
D: 2019-01-03
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Keenan, Patricia

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