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Donald Schaefer

January 26, 2015 by Loisanne Smith Nichols (Register to contact)

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Class of 1957. Just wanted everyone to know that he passed away about a month ago. They are trying to reach family. If anyone has kept up with Don, and knows anything about his family, would you please let me know, so I can inform the nursing home.
Thank *****

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