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ABRAMS, Virginia Phyllis.

ADAMUS-LORCA, Monika.

ALLISON (née STOTT), Phyllis.

ARCAND, Darlene Rae.

ARMSTRONG, Laura Johanna Gudrun.

AVERBACH, Reesa.

BANTLE, Victor Ronald.

BLAKE (née WHITE), Doris E.

BLANCHARD (née KUZYK), Anne.

BURGESS (née PENDLEBURY), Doreen Jean.

DELAMERE, Donald Matthew.

DYCK, Abram (Abe) Jr.

EVANS, Lillian.

FERWERDA (née SIEVEKING), Susanna Getrude Maria.

FRASER (née BASSETT), Elsie.

GRAY, Audrey.

HAMM, Gordon (Tex).

HEMPEL, Wolf Dietar.

HENNAN (née JACKSON), Eileen Isabel.

HOLLOWAY, Gordon Robert.

HORNICK, Dianne.

HURD (née VEALS), Alice.

ISARYK, Violet.

JOHNSON, Clifford Stanley.

JOHNSON, Robert James.

JOHNSON, Shirley Ann.

KAYE (née HEBERT), Anita.

KERELIUK, William Steve.

KOVACS, Peter.

KUFUS, Margaret Isabel.

LACQUETTE, Loretta Lillian.

LANGSTAFF, Peter George.

LANTHIER (née TYLER) (JENKINSON), Esther Martha.

LEACH (née SMITH), Ellen.

LEONARD, Dennis Harry.

LEWIS (née VERBECK), Patricia Mary.

LOBAY, Thomas Paul.

LOCKHART, Alexander (Sandy).

LOUGHEAD, John Wilbert.

LYON (née FOSTER), Muriel.

MACPHAIL, David George Thomas.

MALAK, John.

MATHIE, Thomas Lewis (Lew).

MCCLELLAND (née MCARTHUR), Merna May.

MCDOUGALL, Elizabeth (Betty) Joyce.

MCELROY (née HOWATT), Verna Jean.

MCLEAN (née HANSON), Gudrun Pearl.

METZLAFF (née MEICHSNER), Ruth Esther.

MIKOLASH, Ralph C.

MILLIKEN, Richard Alan.

MUNROE, B. Lorraine.

PELLETIER (née MCCAFFREY), Beryl Violet.

PORTZ, Patricia Lynn.

RASKE, Thomas.

REICHERT, Donald Karl, RCA.

REGISTER, Brenda.

RITER, Robert (Bob).

ROLLAND, Donald James.

SCHMIDT, Mary Anne.

SCHULTZ, Alice Louise.

SEBASTIAN, Edward Adam.

SENKA MOORE (née JOHNSTON), Dorothy Erna.

SMOLINSKI, Rose.

SYDOR (née KOWALSKA), Tatiana.

TROSCHUK (née KOWALSKI), Rosie.

WALTERSON, Eleanor Anita.

WAWRYKOW, John.

WENZEL (née FALVO), Kay Victoria.

WERNER, Jack.

WILBY, Michael (Sam) John.

WILCOTT, Victor Edward.

WOOD, George Walter (Butch).

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 13, 2013 A2

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