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1965-2016
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Olubunmi Oluwatuyi

Lovingly memorialized by Tunde Ogunfolaji on 14 March 2016

Dear Brother, you were so different and special in so many ways. It is so difficult to find the right words to express our thoughts and feelings. Brum Brum, our hearts are warmed as we turn the pages on the many valued and meaningful roles that you played throughout your life. Is it the your desire to make peace that we want to dwell on, You were so unconfrontational. You did not have the will or desire to keep a grudge. It was so easy to make peace with you no matter how much you have been hurt or
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1936-2016
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David Olufemi Daniel

Lovingly memorialized by Oreyemi Adekanola on 10 March 2016

Our beloved Dad, Chief David Olufemi Daniel was a good husband, a most loving and very generous father who did everything he could to care for all his children (both biological & many adopted). As a grandfather he was beautifully cherished by his many grandchildren and he adored them greatly. Dad told us the story of how he lost his father a great and caring man too at a very young age but his Mother Mama Esther Iyagbadi was always there to support and guide him through life. This meant that he had to fend for himself and the family from
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1943-2016
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Stephen Rudd

Lovingly memorialized by Lisa Luciano on 10 March 2016

In professional photographers’ circles, Stephen Rudd is a legend. Along the way he has garnered every single award that can be achieved by any wedding photographer. His innovation and artistic images have earned him international recognition and acclaim. Stephen has been voted the “Ontario Professional Photographer of the Year” five times. “The Wedding and Portrait Photographers International Grand Award” and “International Photographer of the Year” twice and has just recently received their “Lifetime Achievement Award.” Lately he stunned the photographic world by having a second image accepted into the “International Photographic Hall of Fame.” Stephen was a seven-time winner of
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1957-2016
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James Rouda

Lovingly memorialized by Jym Hersan on 09 February 2016

James Allen Rouda age 58 of Orlando, Florida passed away January 28, 2016. James was the most stubborn person I ever knew. But he had the biggest heart, willing to go without to make sure friend had what they needed. The last 5 years of his life he battled with end stage liver disease. Your courage and Strength where always an inspiration for all of us. You are a fighter and That is how you will always be remembered.
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1953-2016
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Steve Anderson

Lovingly memorialized by Cindy, Jody, and Neal the Wheel on 20 January 2016

Steve “Stevie / Andy” McKinnon Anderson February 10, 1953 – January 18, 2016 After overcoming every obstacle and setback for almost five years, Steve died peacefully at home on the morning of January 18th under the loving care of his wife Cindy, daughter Jody, son-in-law Neal and new grandson Anderson Axel Schmidt. Steve retired in 2013 after 24 years with the Snohomish County PUD, as Lead Foreman for the Tree Trimming Line Crews. He loved his crew of guys and gals. And they loved him just as much. Many of them continued to visit after retirement and right up until Steve’s
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1945-2015
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Carmelo Delgado

Lovingly memorialized by Lillian, Gillian and Adrienne Delgado on 06 December 2015

Our beloved Carmelo, after battling cancer, passed away peacefully on December 5, 2015, surrounded by his adoring family. He was 70. He was a loving, spiritual, generous man who could always see the best in everyone. He was born on March 30, 1945 in Fajardo, Puerto Rico and was the son of Panchita (Torres) Delgado and the late Carmelo Delgado. He had two younger siblings, Nancy and David, who looked up to and respected him. After his family moved to New York for a better education, Carmelo was the first person in
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1979-2015
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Benjamin Ryan Leo Simi

Lovingly memorialized by The Simi Family on 02 December 2015

Our beloved Ryan, having done all to stand during a long battle with cancer, has fallen asleep on Thursday, November 26, 2015, surrounded by his loving family and is now awaiting the return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Ryan was born on December 12, 1979, the firstborn of Leroy Simi and Karen Patterson (Simi). He had three younger siblings and a nephew, who greatly loved and respected him: Alison Simi, Laura Cirksena, Scott Simi and Jude Cirksena. From his youth Ryan had a passion for truth and standing on God’s Word. Of his many attributes, Ryan was an
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1940-2015
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Augusta Akua Sena Gabianu

Lovingly memorialized by Kelly Henderson on 16 November 2015

Welcome, **YOU MUST REGISTER (ABOVE) BEFORE POSTING!!*** Thank you for visiting this tribute page, created in loving memory of Madam Augusta Sena Gabianu by Kelly Henderson. Dela and I attended the same university and we were roommates for two years. Also, Dela is the godmother of my four children. To read Augusta Sena's biography, click here . We invite you to leave a tribute for Augusta Sena, share a photo, share a video, and/or dedicate a song. You must register on this website before posting your tribute. We suggest that you write and edit in Word, before copying and
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1937-2015
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John LaCourt

Lovingly memorialized by Savannah Schuman on 13 August 2015

It is difficult to condense one’s full life into a paragraph or two, but here are the highlights: Born to Eleanor and Wesley LaCourt on May 17th, 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, John, or Jack to his family and friends, was the eldest of three siblings: Richard, George, and Isabelle. When he was a young child, his family relocated to Bay City, Michigan. During World War II and for the rest of his working career, his father, Wesley, worked as a superintendent at Defoe’s Shipbuilding Company and the family had a small farm where John and his siblings worked hard
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1930-2015
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Gordon Quarry

Lovingly memorialized by Tony Quarry on 09 August 2015

Gordon Wayne Quarry died on January 1st, 2015 from old age and with colon cancer. He was born on 11/03/1930 to Wilbur and Ruby Quarry in Oakland, CA. He follows his two brothers Billy and Harold. He is survived by his wife Anita Quarry of 59 plus years and 7 sons (Ron, Gordon, Terry, Jerry, Tony, Michael, and Erik) a daughter (Vicki) 8 grand children and 3 great grand children. He loved his family and we all miss him dearly.
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