Cleo, who worked as a seamstress for C.E. Ward, was 74.
Jeffrey, who fishing, playing pool, and doing outdoor landscaping, was 68.
Gary, who was also known as a prankster who enjoyed making other people laugh, was 70.
Vera, who was a member of Union Grove Baptist Church in Haleyville, was 101.
Joanne, who enjoyed spending time with all their grandchildren even visiting as far as Madagascar, was 81.
Carolyn, who was an active member of St. Anthony Catholic Church, was 73.
Ila, who was very social and loved going gambling, was 86.
Area woman, who worked as the office manager for Didion Brothers in Sandusky for 27 years, was 63.
Jann, who worked at Michael’s as an arts & crafts instructor, was 64.
Carol, who was well loved for her infectious sense of humor, was 88.
Lucille, who had made nearly 500 hats and shawls which she donated to schools and many local children, was 89.
Robert, who enjoyed bird watching and cared for animals of all kinds, was 46.
Daniel, who enjoyed telling colorful stories and spending time with his family, was 75.
Robert, who served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II, was 92.
Helen, who was an avid seamstress and enjoyed gardening, was 89.