Burkey: Larry Ross, 64, Johnstown. (Hindman, Chandler Avenue)
Ellenberger: Joan A., 81, Westmont. (Harris)
Hinton: PFC JaJuan, USMC, 18, Johnstown. (Moskal, West End)
Hoffer: William Edward, 73, Nanty Glo. (Askew-Houser, Nanty Glo)
New: Jean W., 78, Johnstown. (Picking-Treece-Bennett)
Shevock: John R., 72, Northern Cambria. (Moriconi)
Swanson: Michael J., 18, Northern Cambria. (Moriconi)
Black: Mary Lou, 63, Souderton, Montgomery County, formerly of Barnesboro and Hatfield. (Williams)
Neff: Jenna Paige, 16, daughter of Christine and Jason Laney of Gipsy, Indiana County, and Tracy and Pam Neff of Ebensburg. (Moriconi)
Stultz: Betty, 96, Bedford. (Blackburn)
Yeager: Beatrice Agnes (Born), 71, Fairfax, Va., formerly of Carrolltown. (Fairfax)
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