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Estelle C. Cusson
SouthCoastToday.com
Mrs. Cusson is survived by her five children: Joanne Aker and her husband Donald of Portsmouth, RI; David Cusson and his wife Cathy of Fairhaven, Gerard Cusson and his wife Debby of Melbourne, FL, Stephen Cusson and his wife Dee of Cape Coral, FL and ...


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Mildred Barnes
Coleman News
Funeral service will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Stevens Funeral Home Chapel, 400 West Pecan Street, Coleman, with Dr. Don Northway officiating. Burial will follow in the Talpa Cemetery, under the direction of ... Survivors include four ...


Actor Kate Upton on her film debut The Other Woman and the cross she happily ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Upton grew up in a conservative home in the city of Melbourne, Florida, with a mother who was a former tennis champion and a father who was a high school athletics director, so physical activity was important. The niece of Republican congressman ...

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Jean Eshelman Nock
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... and her husband, Herbert of Souderton, Henry Eshelman and his wife, Rosie of Sellersville, LeRoy Eshelman and his wife, Dolly of Telford, and Gerald Eshelman of Telford; her granddaughter, Tara Craner of Melbourne, Florida; and great-grandson ...

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