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George’s last six years of employment were working from the District Office in Salamanca, where he was employed as the Assistant District Director for the nine Western New York counties and ... Anger of Silver Creek, George Craig (Michelle) Dimon of ... (Observer Today)
She was born on Dec. 21, 1947, in Silver Creek, New York, to Lawrence Shattuck and Florence Maus Shattuck. She is preceded in death by her father. Diane is survived by her husband, Bill McKinley; children, Melissa McKinley and Christopher McKinley ... (The Walton Tribune)
I'll never forget the time we stripped to our underwear and painted ourselves silver with the old man's roofing paint ... Washington Avenue Extension, Albany, New York 12205. (Post-Star)
The family says 97-year-old William passed away 11 hours later. The causes of their deaths weren't provided. The New York City natives and longtime New Hyde Park residents met in the early 1940s at a bank where they both worked. They married in 1946 after ... (Winston-Salem Journal)
Dennis Duane Gray was born on Sept. 4, 1948, in York, to Jason E. and Audrey (Hansen) Gray. Dennis grew up in Cordova until the seventh grade, when his family moved to Silver Creek. He graduated from Silver Creek High School in 1966. Following graduation ... (York News-Times)
I first learned about the Stress Index in my undergraduate studies. The Holmes Rahe Stress Scale gives a numeric value to many key life stressors, positive or negative. The study was conducted to determine whether the individual was at risk for developing illness based on their level of stress. In ...
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