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ADAMSON, Janice Joanne.

BALUYOT, Pilar.

BANMAN (née THIESSEN), Tina.

BEDARD, Helene.

BURZUIK, Douglas Paul.

CAREFOOT (née COOK), Helen Marie.

DESAULTELS, Celina Theresa.

DZUBA, William (Bill).

FONDA (née MOHORIC), Ivana.

GRENIER (née THORIMBERT), Alice Isabel.

JAMAULT, Roland.

KAUFMANN, Karen.

MACISAAC, Gloria (Jean).

MOFFAT, Georgena M.

NIELSEN, Jens Juergen.

OLSON, Nels.

RICKARDS, David Patrick.

ROBINSON, Robert (Bob) Lawrence.

SHIRTLIFF, Alvin Gerard.

STEWART, Olive M.

TABING, Ignacia Sauquillo.

THACKER, Dorothy.

TOLEDO, Norma Mercado.

VAN RYCKEGHEM, Doris.

VERGHETTI, Vincenzo.

VERHAEGHE, Jeanne.

WERTEPNY, Eugene.

ZAHODNIK, Edward Brian.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 7, 2013 A2

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