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Laurie Best

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Laurie Best was born at New Jersey. She is the child of Linda Anne Vasco-Best and Charles Edward Best, with siblings Brian, David, Michael, and Kris. According to her family tree, Laurie was mother to 2 children. She married Scott Sportelli, and they had a child Ashley Sportelli. She was the parent of David Simmons with an unknown spouse. She died at New Jersey.
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Updated: April 3, 2017
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Laurie Best, mother to 2 children, died at New Jersey. She was born at New Jersey. She is the child of Linda Anne Vasco-Best and Charles Edward Best, with siblings Brian, David, Michael, and Kris. According to her family tree, she married Scott Sportelli, and they had a child Ashley Sportelli. She was the parent of David Simmons with an unlisted spouse.
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