Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 02/5/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
BARTLETT, Lenore Kathleen.
CARMICHAEL, Isabela Betty Jane.
DEMPSTER, David Robert John.
DESAUTELS, Celina Theresa.
HURST, Dr. Harold G.
JONES (née CLARK), Beulah Evelyn.
KIMBALL, Eila Aliina.
KRUT (née BUKOSKI), Catherine (Kay).
LOVALLO (née CAPUTO), Rosina (Rose).
MARTIN (née WHITE), Charlotte.
MILJURE, Valarie Isabella.
MITCHELL, Janet Lorraine.
MOUSSEAU, Charles (Charlie) Joseph.
PEIKOFF, Hart (Chaim).
REIMER, John G.
RUDGE, Richard Wayne.
SOLAR (née GENIK), Elsie.
TEICHROEB, Stella Audrey.
WATERS, Ruth Lois.
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