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ANDREWS (née ARBUCKLE), Dorothy Margaret.

CARD, Susan.

COVENTRY, Colleen Ann Miller.

DUNLOP, Adrian (Sonny).

JAMES, Bryan Clark.

KRELATY, Nikoloi (Nick).

LASKER, Annette.

MACPHERSON (née WOOD), Merle Elinor.

MCDOUGALL, William John.MORAN, Stephen Patrick.

MORRISSEAU, Margaret.

POULTER, George Edward (Ted).

SANDERSON (née SMITH), Gloria Faye.

SAWICKY, William Frank.

SCHEDLER, Reinhard Georg.

SIMON, Adelina (Arlene).

SMITH (née BUSBY), Lora Doreen.

SOLOMON, Maurice (Moe).

SOTHAM (YOUNG), Jean.

STEFANCHUK, Robert John.

SUMNER, Marina.

SZKWAREK (née MIKOS), Rozalia.

TODD (née HEBENTON), Gladys Isabella.

-- Classified Death Notices B10

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 14, 2012 A2

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