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John Charles
D: 2024-02-18
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Charles, John
Kathy Young
D: 2024-02-14
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Young, Kathy
Franklin McKay
D: 2024-02-12
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McKay, Franklin
Eunice Evans
D: 2024-02-08
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Evans, Eunice
Ruth Myhr
D: 2024-02-02
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Myhr, Ruth
Cynthia Henderson
D: 2024-01-30
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Henderson, Cynthia
Amanda Keenatch
D: 2024-01-30
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Keenatch, Amanda
Clara Charles
D: 2024-01-29
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Charles, Clara
Winnefred Keller
D: 2024-01-23
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Keller, Winnefred
Linda Charles
D: 2024-01-17
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Charles, Linda
Muriel McLeod
D: 2024-01-16
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McLeod, Muriel
Roy Johnstone
D: 2024-01-12
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Johnstone, Roy
Mervin Bear
D: 2024-01-05
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Bear, Mervin
Randall "Randy" Klamot
D: 2024-01-04
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Klamot, Randall "Randy"
Thomas Hunter
D: 2023-12-25
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Hunter, Thomas
Lorna Johnston
B: 1931-03-11
D: 2023-12-19
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Johnston, Lorna
Mervin Henry
B: 1947-06-24
D: 2023-12-14
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Henry, Mervin
Michael Goertzen
D: 2023-12-11
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Goertzen, Michael
Lima Dorward
D: 2023-12-02
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Dorward, Lima
Joseph Bigeye
B: 1949-05-16
D: 2023-11-30
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Bigeye, Joseph
Fred Bigeye
B: 1971-03-03
D: 2023-11-29
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Bigeye, Fred

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