Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 04/10/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
BAKER, Daryl William.
BILODEAU (née TOUPIN), Marie
BOYD, Vera Myrtle.
BROWN, Herdis Ingibjorg.
COOK (née COONEY), Ruth Doreen.
DELARONDE, Logan Kyle Cole.
FENIAK, Dr. Elizabeth (Betty).
FORD, Helen Christine.
HUTSAL (née GUSHE), Evelyn.
JONES (née FORBES), Elizabeth Mildred.
LIGHT (née BELLINGHAM), Joyce Catherine.
NAZIMEK, Jeffrey Eric.
OLAFSON (DANIELSON) (née MCKAY), Dorothea Gayle.
PENNER, Daniel (Dan).
ROBIDOUX (née BELANGER), Elaine.
ROSS, Jeffery A.
RYAN, Glen Charles.
SCHULTZ, Walter (Wally).
SHAW, Marjorie Mitchell.
STODDART (née SMITH), Gladys.
TYLER, Harry William.
WILEY (née BEDARD), Shirley Mae.
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 10, 2013 A2
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