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Survivors include his nephews, James Moster and wife, Leslie, of North Carolina, Mark Moster and wife, Mickie, of Wisconsin; nieces, Beth Moster of Wisconsin, Jennifer Cole and husband, Ty, of Alabama ... honors provided by the Fayette County Veterans ... (The News Examiner)
Charles was born on Saturday, March 7, 1936 in Continental Three, Fayette County, Pa. Preceding him in death ... Shaffer and wife Joyce of Salem, Alabama, Charles R. Shaffer Jr. and wife Sharon of Collier, Pa., Lori L. Rugh and her husband Richard B. (Herald Standard)
Hattie (Zuhlke) Pouliot died on February 7th, 2017, at the age of 94. She is survived by her devoted husband of 67 years, Andrew Pouliot, and her loving family: daughters, Carol Pouliot and Jan (Dan) Luca; granddaughters, Erin (Aaron) Sadowski and Heather ... (Syracuse Post-Standard)
Al (Peggy) Felton, Gregory (Hattie) Felton both of West Memphis, Ark., Dennis (Angela) Felton of Marion, Ark., Joseph (Geneva) Felton of Osceola, Ark., Sidney (Mauren) Felton of Danville, and Charlie Doss of Fayette, Miss.; four sisters Yvonne Felton of ... (Commercial News)
Joe O. Newton January 18, 1943 - January 18, 2017 Joe Newton, of Auburn, Alabama, was born in Fayette, AL, to Lew Allen Newton and Burladine Rudisell Newton. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Judith Ann Woodward of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ... (Opelika-Auburn News)
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