Obituaries

Vera Mae Mays
D: 2019-05-19
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Mays, Vera Mae
James Nelms
B: 1930-10-30
D: 2019-05-07
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Nelms, James
William Floyd
B: 1938-01-24
D: 2019-05-04
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Floyd, William
Martha Wells (Courtesy)
D: 2019-05-03
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Wells (Courtesy), Martha
Mary Jean Wilson
B: 1951-02-05
D: 2019-04-30
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Wilson, Mary Jean
Billy White
B: 1964-06-14
D: 2019-04-26
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White, Billy
Travis Lawrence
B: 1970-11-04
D: 2019-04-23
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Lawrence, Travis
Opal Shealy
B: 1925-08-31
D: 2019-04-12
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Shealy, Opal
Cade Carter
B: 1932-12-05
D: 2019-04-12
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Carter, Cade
Cathy Elder
B: 1962-12-23
D: 2019-04-11
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Elder, Cathy
Annie Williford
D: 2019-04-08
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Williford, Annie
Sandra Shiflet
B: 1970-05-04
D: 2019-04-08
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Shiflet, Sandra
Ronnie Seawright
B: 1949-09-12
D: 2019-04-03
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Seawright, Ronnie
Calen Floyd
B: 1983-10-17
D: 2019-03-29
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Floyd, Calen
Norma Cash
B: 1933-05-21
D: 2019-03-22
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Cash, Norma
Daniel MacLeod
B: 1978-10-01
D: 2019-03-19
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MacLeod, Daniel
Blondine Saylors
D: 2019-03-18
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Saylors, Blondine
Greg Parizo
B: 1961-12-11
D: 2019-03-18
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Parizo, Greg
John Reid
B: 1928-07-07
D: 2019-03-01
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Reid, John
Bryan Simpson
B: 1949-06-14
D: 2019-02-28
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Simpson, Bryan
Stephanie Swaney
B: 1974-05-15
D: 2019-02-27
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Swaney, Stephanie

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