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Josefina Berumen Flores
B: 1925-03-19
D: 2017-12-27
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Berumen Flores, Josefina
Rosa Holmes
B: 1948-06-06
D: 2017-12-02
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Holmes, Rosa
Maria Marquez de Hernandez
B: 1954-12-18
D: 2017-12-02
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Marquez de Hernandez, Maria
Martin Yepez
D: 2017-11-29
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Yepez, Martin
Mercedes Rincon
D: 2017-11-28
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Rincon, Mercedes
Carlos Martinez Sr
B: 1931-11-04
D: 2017-11-20
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Martinez Sr, Carlos
Gerda Manning
D: 2017-11-14
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Manning, Gerda
Antonio Hernandez Barajas
B: 1954-10-26
D: 2017-11-06
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Hernandez Barajas, Antonio
Blanca Moreno
D: 2017-11-02
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Moreno, Blanca
Sherry Brooks
D: 2017-11-01
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Brooks, Sherry
Marcelino Rodriguez
B: 1962-01-03
D: 2017-10-28
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Rodriguez, Marcelino
James Johnston
D: 2017-10-26
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Johnston, James
Rosemary Torres
D: 2017-10-25
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Torres, Rosemary
Jose Garcia Moreno
D: 2017-10-23
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Garcia Moreno, Jose
Aurora Pacheco
D: 2017-10-15
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Pacheco, Aurora
Maria Quezada
D: 2017-10-15
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Quezada, Maria
Lue Lor
D: 2017-10-14
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Lor, Lue
Tong Vang
D: 2017-10-13
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Vang, Tong
Chancy Carothers
B: 2017-10-10
D: 2017-10-10
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Carothers, Chancy
Vincent Gordacan
D: 2017-10-10
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Gordacan, Vincent
Mee Lee
D: 2017-10-06
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Lee, Mee

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