Obituaries

Elbert Padgett
B: 1937-06-08
D: 2017-07-14
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Padgett, Elbert
Raymond Bunn
B: 1951-01-29
D: 2017-07-13
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Bunn, Raymond
Linda Smith
B: 1965-08-29
D: 2017-07-06
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Smith, Linda
Sandra Duncan
B: 1954-02-09
D: 2017-06-30
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Duncan, Sandra
James Noel
B: 1936-10-05
D: 2017-06-19
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Noel, James
Cade Willis
B: 1946-08-20
D: 2017-05-29
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Willis, Cade
James Patrick
B: 1933-04-10
D: 2017-05-28
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Patrick, James
Kasondra Taylor
B: 1971-05-04
D: 2017-05-27
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Taylor, Kasondra
Bobby Youngblood
B: 1935-08-24
D: 2017-05-26
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Youngblood, Bobby
Mary Lee
B: 1949-09-29
D: 2017-05-22
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Lee, Mary
John Riggins
B: 1921-09-04
D: 2017-05-21
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Riggins, John
James Hartness
B: 1951-09-04
D: 2017-05-15
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Hartness, James
Danny Cosper
B: 1957-07-09
D: 2017-05-14
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Cosper, Danny
Michael Foster
B: 1947-05-29
D: 2017-05-10
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Foster, Michael
Nora Jester
B: 1934-09-12
D: 2017-05-05
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Jester, Nora
David Lawson
B: 1967-05-27
D: 2017-04-25
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Lawson, David
Don Pye
B: 1935-07-28
D: 2017-04-10
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Pye, Don
Edna Padgett
B: 1942-10-09
D: 2017-04-06
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Padgett, Edna
Barbara Ivey
B: 1933-02-27
D: 2017-04-05
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Ivey, Barbara
Warren Bishop
B: 1960-12-27
D: 2017-04-03
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Bishop, Warren
Michael Vaughan
B: 1971-05-12
D: 2017-03-18
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Vaughan, Michael

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