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George Otis Reister Of Southampton Dies October 18

authorStaff Writer on Oct 21, 2019
George Otis ReisterGeorge Otis Reister of Southampton died on October 18, 2019. He was 79.Mr. Reister was born in Southampton to Lawrence and Esther (Brown) Reister on September 3, 1940.... more

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