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ADAMSKI, Joyce.

BAILEY, Celina (Sally).

BARON, Henry W.

BASAROWICH, Raymond Frederick.

BEAN (PACHOLEK), Violet.

BOBROWSKI, Joseph George.

BRIDEN, Cecil.

CALDWELL (née LEGAL), Anita Marie.

CARREIRO, Maria.

CHAMPAGNE, Denis Louis.

COLLETTE, Anne.

CORDILEONE (née LANDEN), Ruth Esther.

DAGG, John Anderson.

DICKINSON, Lorna Matilda.

DONALDSON, Yvonne Marie Elisabeth.

DUPAS, Dwayne.

FELDMAN, Bertha.

FERGUSON, George.

FINDLAY-IRELAND, Kathleen Ethel.

FRASER, Grant.

GARFINKEL (née RABER), Bella.

GEMBARSKY, Mychajlo.

HARRIS, William (Bill) Lloyd.

HARTSHORNE, Derick.

HILLGRUBER (née SCHNEIDER), Caroline Margarethe.

HOLLINGHEAD-LEONARD, Patricia.

HRYCYK, Norman.

HRYNCHYSHYN, Bishop Michael, CSSR.

HUNCHAK, Len.

HYNES (née JOHNSTONE), Catherine Margaret.

JOHNSON, Ronald.

JOSS, Daniel (Dan).

KUNZELMAN, Karl (Charlie).

LAI, Kan-Choi Chan.

LANGILL (née BLANCHETTE), Noella (Toots).

LANGTRY, Shirley Lucille.

LEONARD (née DE JONCKHEERE), Mary Louise.

LONGLEY, John (Jack).

LOVE, Douglas.

MABLEY, Susan.

MACEY, Helen Elizabeth.

MACKENZIE, Jason Ashley Clare.

MALAZDREWICZ, Valerie.

MARLOW, John Glyndower.

MARTYNOWYCH (née DOBRZANSKA), Roma Sofia.

MASKIEW, Stanley.

MCGIMPSEY, Dave.

MEEKIS-HUGHES, Tamar (Terri).

MEIKLE, Barry Charles.

NAKAZATO, Takao.

NYKIFORUK, Doris Lillian.

PARIJ, Marian.

PLATT, Arnold (Bud).

RAFLANT, Edward.

REIMER, Elizabeth (Betty).

RIGGALL (née HUNTER), Olive.

ROBERT (née GOSSELIN), Annette.

ROBINSON, David (Dutch).

SCHAUBROECK, Denis.

SCHREYER, Conrad Robert.

SCOTT (SLACK) (CARTER), Joan.

SENENSKY, Samuel.

SIGURDSON, Audrey Eleanor.

SIM (née FRASER), Anna-Marie.

SKADSHEIM, Richard Norman.

SMITH, Joanna.

STENGEL (née SCHWARK), Annie Margaret.

STOKES, Richard (Dick) Gordon.

SVEINSON, Darlene Otteline Gail.

TAYLOR, Stanley (Bud).

TIBBS (née RAIKE), Mary Agnes.

VAN BUREN, Brian.

WALSH, John James.

WILLIAMS, Donald Allan.

WILSON, William (Bill).

WOOD, Helen Mary.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 17, 2012 A2

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