Mary Cornwell Ardrey died May 19, 2005 in London, Ohio. She taught at the Madison County Children’s Home before becoming a kindergarten teacher with the West Jefferson School District. Following her retirement, she volunteered at the LOVE Shoppe and Food Pantry. A member of First United Methodist Church, and several clubs and organizations, she was recognized and honored by the Madison County Retired Teachers Association and the Ohio State Retired Teachers Association last year on the occasion of her 102nd birthday. Two sons, three grandchildren and a nephew survive.
Dorothy Miller Knoll, Cleveland, Ohio, died April 2, 2005. She taught English, home economics and French for 17 years in several junior and senior high schools in northeastern Ohio, retiring from the Cleveland School System in 1972. A member of Bethany Lutheran Church, she enjoyed reading, sewing, child care and traveling. Four daughters and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren survive.
Paul C. Routzahn of Circleville, Ohio, died Jan. 6, 2005. Following 42 years as a physician, he retired from his practice in 1977. A member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, the Presbyterian Church and numerous civic, fraternal and professional organizations, he was past president of the Columbus Academy of Osteopathic Medicine. He is survived by a daughter, three step-children, two grandsons, a sister and three nieces.
Dorcas Burnap Keig Parker Copley, Brookville, Ohio, passed away July 2, 2005. A member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Salem Lutheran Church, she was a retired Latin, French and English teacher with the Grand Island Board of Education in Nebraska. She was a long-time member of PEO Sisterhood and enjoyed playing the piano and cooking. Survivors include a son, a daughter, 11 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Her first husband, Carl E. Keig ’30, preceded her in death.
Thomas A. Crotty Jr., who practiced podiatric medicine in Wyoming, Ohio, for 42 years and served as director of the first podiatric clinic at Longview State Hospital, died July 7, 2005. He was an active member and an officer of numerous organizations, including Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, the Southwestern Ohio Kiwanis Mental Health Association, several professional societies and the Wyoming Recreation Commission. In 1998, Lockland High School elected him to its Hall of Fame for his sports accomplishments. He is survived by a son, four daughters, including Jane Crotty Price ’61, 10 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, a brother, Wayne E. Crotty ’35, and a nephew, Michael S. Misrach ’89.
Mabel Balbach Williams, DeGraff, Ohio, died March 26, 2005. An active member of her community, Alpha Delta Pi sorority and the DeGraff United Methodist Church, she served on the DeGraff Library Board, was a 50-year member of the Order of the Eastern Star and past Matron’s Circle. She taught business subjects at the Lewistown, Belle Center and Riverside High Schools for 34 years. Survivors include a son, four grandchildren, four adopted grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, three step-great-grandchildren and two nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother and sister-in-law, Carl L. ’30 and Ruth Hullinger Balbach ’30.
Marcile L. Andrews of Springfield, Ohio, passed away June 1, 2005. A member of Delta Zeta sorority, A.A.W.W., and the Order of the Eastern Star, she was a retired teacher with the Springfield City Schools. There are no known survivors.
Catharine Oakes Engelhardt died in Overland Park, Kan., April 19, 2005. She taught elementary school with several districts in Ohio and Illinois before retiring in 1975 from the Galesburg Schools in Illinois. An active member of Atonement Lutheran Church, the Daughters of the American Revolution and Colonial Dames, she is survived by a daughter, two sons, including John L. Engelhardt ’68, seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Alice Beeson Gueltig, a former resident of Ohio, died Oct. 12, 2004 in Boise, Idaho. She taught elementary and junior high school for 30 years in the Dayton and Kettering School systems and was a member of Sugarcreek Presbyterian Church and the Dayton Orchid Society. A daughter and five grandchildren survive.
Helen Phares Grieser, Urbana, Ohio, died April 1, 2005. She taught at North Hampton and New Carlisle Bethel Elementary Schools before retiring in 1973. A long-time member of Asbury United Methodist Church, she was an avid quilter and former 4H adviser. She is survived by two daughters, a son, seven grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and two sisters-in-law.
Robert D. Sultzbach of Springfield, Ohio, died July 20, 2005. During the early World War II era, he taught adult factory workers at General Motors and Sperry Gyroscope Co. Later in the war, he served with the U.S. Army Medical Corp teaching medicine in the Philippines where he was awarded the Philippine Liberation Medal and achieved the rank of first lieutenant. He taught high school for 25 years in the Middletown and Dayton public school systems. A member of Dorm League, Central United Methodist Church and the VFW Grimes-Kohl Post 1031, he is survived by a son, a daughter, four grandchildren, a great-grandson, a brother, Richard E. Sultzbach ’38, and a sister. Preceding him in death were a brother, Paul L. Sultzbach ’29, and a sister, Mary Sultzbach Riegel ’31.
Barbara Wright Makee, New Philadelphia, Ohio, died June 10, 2004. She was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Chi Omega sorority and several civic and professional organizations. She taught briefly in Strasburg and Painesville, Ohio, before coming to Welty Junior High School in New Philadelphia, Ohio, to teach home economics and Ohio history for many years. She leaves a daughter, two granddaughters,
a great-grandson, a sister, a niece and two nephews to cherish her memory.
G. Edward Stroebel passed away March 20, 2005. He was a practicing attorney in Wapakoneta, Ohio, for 60 years until the time of his recent illness. A member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, First English Lutheran Church and numerous professional and civic organizations, he was a World War II veteran. Survivors include his wife, Doris Sturm Stroebel ’40, two daughters, five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Jane Bechtolt Washington died Feb. 28, 2005, in Sun City West, Ariz. Formerly of Chicago, Ill., she retired after 30 years as a district sales manager with Field Enterprises Educational Corp. She was a leader of the Chicago chapter of Compassionate Friends and was an ardent promoter of women’s and civil rights. She traveled to every state in the Union and 60 foreign countries before retiring to Arizona. A member of Kappa Delta sorority, she is survived by a daughter, a son, two brothers and a nephew, David C. Bechtolt ’76. Preceding her in death were her parents, Howard S. 1907 and Helen Dornblaser Bechtolt 1910, a grandfather, Samuel G. Dornblaser 1884, and cousins, George E. Bechtolt ’37 and Sarah B. Smith ’29.
Wendell E. Watts passed away June 17, 2002, in Sacramento, Calif. He was an agent with the F.B.I. for several years before beginning his certified public accounting firm, which later merged with Deloitte Touche. A member of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, he was an officer of numerous civic and professional organizations. He became a master gardener and served on the Crocker Art Museum Board following his retirement in 1982. His wife, a son, a daughter, three grandchildren, a sister, and eight nieces and nephews survive.
A former resident of Boardman, Ohio, Mary Clabaugh Kane died Feb. 20, 2005, in Nashua, N.H. A member of Westminster Presbyterian Church and Kappa Delta sorority, she was an elementary school teacher for the Boardman School System. A daughter, a sister and a nephew survive.
Margaret Cook Bush, DeKalb, Ill., passed away Dec. 12, 2003. She was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority, the First Congregational United Church of Christ, the DeKalb Woman’s Club and Sycamore-DeKalb Panhellenic. Survivors include her husband, two daughters, four grandchildren, and several nieces and a nephew.
Fred B. Dinkle, West Chester, Pa., died April 3, 2005. He participated in five major battles as a medic/master sergeant during World War II in Patton’s Third Army, and was a recipient of the Purple Heart. A vice president and president of the American Locker Co., he was an active member of the Lutheran Church and Community Lodge #744 of Broomall. He is survived by his wife, a son, a daughter, five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, a brother, Joseph W. Dinkel ’43, several nieces, including Joan C. Crnkovich ’83, Barbara Dinkel Pollock ’73, and James E. ’58 and Janet Dinkel Pearce ’65, and cousins, David L. ’49S and Bonnie Huprich Scharf ’47. Preceding him in death were a brother and sister-in-law, J. Edward ’39 and Betty Richardson Dinkel ’39, and cousins, Charles E. Miller ’40, and Edward P. 1910 and Alta Miller Scharf ’21.
Ralph B. Brinkman ’45, of Kettering, Ohio, died April 18, 2005. A member of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, he was a veteran of World War II and retired as a procurement division chief from Wright Patterson Air Force Base. A former youth swim coach and avid tennis player, he enjoyed traveling. A son, two grandsons and three great-grandchildren survive.
Betty Silver Judy, South Charleston, Ohio, died April 9, 2005. A member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and the Plattsburg United Church of Christ, she served with the Waves in Washington, D.C., during World War II. She was a teacher with the Northeastern Local School District, retiring from South Vienna School in 1984. Surviving are a son, a granddaughter and a nephew, Dan R. Judy ’74. An aunt, Nettie M. Agle ’20, predeceased her.
Jeanne Freeburger Stevens of Valparaiso, Fla., and Franklin, N.C., passed away April 17, 2005. A member of the Episcopalian Church and Alpha Xi Delta sorority, she was a homemaker who was active with the Girl Scouts and 4H for many years. Survivors include her husband, James W. Stevens ’40, two daughters, a grandson and a sister.
Formerly of Dayton, Ohio, Jean W. Sugden died June 14, 2005 in Columbus, Ohio. A member of Chi Omega sorority and the choir at the Beaver United Church of Christ, she was a retired cost accountant with Buckeye Iron and Brass Co. Three cousins survive.
Alexander H. “Bud” Rohde, former president of Delchester Oil Co., died May 17, 2005 in Paoli, Pa. A member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, he served as a chief petty officer with the U.S. Navy, stationed at Alameda Naval Station, Calif., during World War II. He taught and coached at the University of California at Berkeley and numerous schools in Ohio before moving to Pennsylvania to begin his career with Delchester Oil Co. An active member of his community, he is survived by his wife, a son, a daughter, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Formerly of Springfield, Ohio, Jane Hansell Boham died May 5, 2005, in Poca, W.Va. A member of Delta Zeta sorority, she was active with the Oakland Presbyterian Church. She was director of the Springfield City School library system for many years before moving to West Virginia, where, after 19 years as a teacher, she retired in 1986 from Rock Branch Elementary School. She attended the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Kanawha Valley. Her survivors include two daughters, four grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and cousins, Naomi Hansell Andres ’48, and Philip H. ’54 and Jeanette Hansell Barnhart ’56. She was preceded in death by cousins, Horace A. Garlough ’32, and Elizabeth S. Hansell ’48.
Vivian Buser Mackey, formerly of West Lafayette, Ohio, died Feb. 28, 2005, in Xenia, Ohio. A licensed independent social worker, she retired as director of social work services at the Richmond State Hospital in Indiana. Following her retirement, she served as a consultant at Riverside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Newcomerstown, Ohio. She was a member of West Lafayette United Methodist Church and Chi Omega sorority. Surviving are her husband, a daughter, a son, a step-son, two step-daughters, five grandchildren, seven step-grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Joseph J. McCullough of Bellingham, Wash., passed away Aug. 20, 2003. A petroleum engineer, he retired as manager of industrial relations, western region, with Union Oil, Los Angeles, Calif., in 1980. His wife, a son and a daughter survive.
Robert J. Goeser, beloved professor emeritus of historical theology with Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, Calif., died June 2005, in Oakland, Calif. He taught at Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., and at Wittenberg before joining the faculty of PLTS in 1961, where he remained until his retirement in 1993. He is survived by his wife and daughter.
Walter A. Hall, Vista, Calif., died Nov. 27, 2004. A member of Dorm League, he served with the U.S. Army in Europe during World War II, receiving the Purple Heart and Combat Infantryman Badge. In 1977, he retired after 25 years as a contracts lawyer with the Department of Defense. He then worked as a real estate broker for 20 years, retiring in 1999. Survivors include his wife, a son, a daughter, seven grandchildren and two brothers.
Jeanne Perrine Hiles died April 26, 2005, in Springfield, Ohio. She retired in 1989 after 30 years as an English teacher with the Clark-Shawnee School District, serving for many years as department chair and newspaper and yearbook adviser. A member of First United Church of Christ and Chi Omega sorority, she is survived by three daughters, five grandchildren and two cousins. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Hiles ’50.
Harry M. Householder of Dublin, Ohio, passed away April 12, 2005. A member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and Capital City Lodge #656 F&AM., he served with the U.S. Marines in the South Pacific during World War II. In 1956, he began teaching social studies and coaching football at Grandview High School, remaining there until his retirement. Two daughters and two grandchildren survive. His wife, Nancy Agle Householder ’46, preceded him in death.
William D. Billow, Starkville, Miss., died Jan. 31, 2005. He was a member of Dorm League. An ordained minister in the Lutheran Church, he served as a missionary in Japan from 1954-77, as director of social work and assistant professor at Concordia College in Seward, Neb., from 1977-85, campus pastor for Lutheran students at Mississippi State University and pastor of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Starkville from 1985 until his retirement in 1993. Following his retirement, he served as chair of the social ministry committee and circuit counselor for northern Mississippi in the southern district of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. He is survived by his wife, two sons, a daughter, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter and a sister, Carol Billow Parrish ’56.
William G. Davis Jr., Dover, Ohio, passed away July 10, 2004. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and Grace Lutheran Church, he retired in 1991 as a plant accountant with Union Camp Corp. He served as an officer in numerous organizations in his community and as chair of the local Heart Fund Drive in the 1960s. Survivors include his wife, four children, a sister, Margaret Davis Baker ’48, and cousins, Jane Ashelman Boger ’42, and Roberta Ashelman Brokaw ’44. An uncle, Clarence E. Ashelman ’16, preceded him in death.
Peter W. Fowler, Bakersfield, Calif., died Aug. 6, 2004. A member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, he served with the U.S. Navy. An attorney, he practiced law in San Diego, Calif., before moving to Bakersfield in 1973 to become judge of the Workers Compensation Appeals Board. His wife, two daughters and two grandsons survive. A brother, Henry R. Fowler ’48, predeceased him.
Stephen J. Lewin, a dentist practicing in Westbury, N.Y., died Nov. 17, 2004. He was a member of Dorm League who served as a captain with the U.S. Air Force in the mid-1950s. He leaves his wife, four children, four grandchildren and a sister.
James P. Loomis died March 23, 2005 in Columbus, Ohio. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army World War II CBT Theatre, where he was part of the last Army horse cavalry and jumping team units. A member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and numerous civic and fraternal associations, he was a legislative liaison for the State of Ohio and private organizations. He is survived by his wife, a son, a grandson, a granddaughter, and several nieces and nephews.
Edgar J. Stewart, Houston, Texas, died June 7, 2005. A member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, he assisted landing troops in the Pacific with the U.S. Navy during World War II. He taught history and coached football at Hobart High School in Indiana before moving to Houston where he was a sales representative with C.E. Refractories until his retirement. He is survived by his wife, Mildred Kloss Stewart ’50, four sons, including Michael J. Stewart ’74, a daughter, six grandchildren and a sister.
James B. Violet of Springfield, Ohio, died May 11, 2005. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, he served the country during World War II with the U.S. Army in Germany. He retired from the State of Ohio after more than 30 years as state examiner, finance director of the Ohio State Fair and acting finance director of the City of Springfield. He also owned a private accounting service for more than 30 years and was a real estate agent. He was an active member of Valley View and Northminster Presbyterian Churches and numerous civic organizations. Following his retirement, he remained active as a community volunteer. Surviving are his wife, Jane Rockel Violet ’51, a son, two daughters, seven grandchildren, two brothers, including Charles O. Violet ’55, and three sisters. His father-in-law, Peter C. Rockel ’21, preceded him in death.
Kenneth A. Dunlap of Springfield, Ohio, died June 4, 2005. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and various civic organizations, he served with the U.S. Army during the Korean War. For more than 32 years, he taught and coached swimming, basketball and football at Springfield North High, Hayward Junior High and Northwestern Middle Schools. He was one of the first inductees to the Wall of Honor at North High School. The manager of the Springfield Municipal Pool for 25 years, he is survived by his wife, Joyceann Martin Dunlap ’57, a son, two daughters, eight grandchildren, including Andrew Haycox ’06, a brother, Paul L. Dunlap ’52, and two sisters.
Robert H. “Olie” Johnson of Huntington Beach, Calif., a university professor and scenic designer, died Feb. 2, 2005. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, he designed sets at the University Theatre in Eugene, Ore., and at ABC, NBC and CBS in Hollywood, Calif., for Bob Hope, Jack Benny and Fred Astaire, among others. He taught scenic design for several universities, including the University of Southern California, was a publisher with Logos Signum Publications and most recently was the assistant executive director at Centennial Heritage Museum in Santa Ana, Calif. Left to cherish his memory are a twin sister, Patricia Johnson Franta ’51, a brother, two nieces and two nephews.
Myers F. Bost, Dayton, Ohio, died June 3, 2005. He was pastor of the Lee Street Presbyterian Church in Marion, Ohio, for 11 years before moving to Dayton to develop a nursing home ministry. After retiring in 1986, he served on the staff of Northminster Presbyterian Church, attended First Baptist Church and was an active member of the National Federation of the Blind. Several nieces and nephews survive. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Gwelda Bost Brand ’19 and Nancy Bost Sani ’48.
Robert M. Jones, formerly of Springfield, Ohio, died May 4, 2005, in Clearwater, Fla. He served as an X-ray technician with the U.S. Navy during World War II and later as an accountant in different capacities with several companies before his retirement to Florida. He leaves a son, two daughters, two step-children, six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, a brother and a sister, Marian Jones Ervin ’65. A cousin, Rhea Yeazell Zost ’36, preceded him in death.
Formerly of Edison, N.J., Elliott P. Juskow died March 15, 2005, in Monroe Township, N.J. A member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, he served with the U.S. Army from 1954-56 and with the U.S. Army Reserves until 1962. He was a sales representative with Warnaco, a women’s lingerie company in New York, N.Y., for 30 years until his retirement in 1997. A member of the Computer Club at Greenbriar at the Whittingham Adult Community, he is survived by his wife, a son, a daughter, three grandchildren and a sister.
Mary Ormerod Winkle, of Alpharetta, Ga., a former Buffalo, N.Y., resident, died April 15, 2005. She taught third grade in the Amherst Central School District and also taught in Cleveland, Ohio, in the early 1960s. A longtime homemaker, she was a member of Chi Omega sorority and the Amherst Community Church. Active with her children’s activities and in her community, she volunteered for many years at Millard Fillmore Hospital. Surviving in addition to her husband of 49 years are a daughter, a son and six grandchildren. A twin sister, Jane Ormerod Evans ’54, predeceased her.
Robert D. Lynch of Columbus, Ohio, died July 17, 2005. A former employee of Geophysics Corp. of America, Bedford, Mass., he served with the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Survivors include his wife, a sister, several nieces and nephews, and a cousin, Robert C. Lynch ’51.
Edmund C. Jones of Waterford, Pa., and formerly of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., died July 14, 2005. His professional career included pastoring Methodist churches in Columbus, Zanesville, Marietta and Portsmouth, Ohio, as well as owning and managing an agency, which provided services in life insurance, securities and mutual funds. His hobbies included swimming, sailing, water-skiing and reading. He is survived by a son, a daughter, three grandchildren, a niece and two nephews.
Cynthia Smith Mulder, Williamstown, Mass., died March 1, 2005. A member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority and First Congregational Church, she was employed by the Visiting Nurse Association of Northern Berkshire for more than 20 years, retiring in 1998. An avid quilter, she was a volunteer for Hospice of Northern Berkshire. She leaves her husband, a daughter, two sons, a granddaughter and a brother.
Judith Teusink Seils, Indianapolis, Ind., died May 4, 2005. A member of Gethsemane Lutheran Church and Alpha Delta Pi sorority, she served as a lieutenant with the U.S. Air Force. She taught in the Indianapolis Public School System for 12 years, most recently as a special education teacher at the George Washington Community School. She is survived by her husband, a daughter, a son, two grandsons, a brother, Philip R. Teusink ’71, and a niece, Allyson R. Teusink ’00. Her mother, Ruth Leurquin Teusink ’67, preceded her in death.
Damaris Bales Koontz, Salem, Ore., died Dec. 7, 2004. She was a teacher in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Bloomington, Ind., and a librarian in Union, Mo., before moving to Salem to serve as a reference librarian with the Salem Public Library and several schools in the area. An active member of St. Mark Lutheran Church, Salem Riverfront Carousel and the board of the Public Library, she is survived by her husband, her mother and two sisters.
Dale E. Boone of Fremont, Ind., died July 2, 2005. A member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, he was formerly a life underwriter and assistant director of development at Wittenberg. He was an elder and member of the Chapel of the Lakes Presbyterian Church, a board member of the Four-County Transitional Living facility and an advisory board member of the Women in Transition. His wife, a brother and a sister survive.
Judith Teets Pavano of Lambertville, N.J., died Jan 25, 2005. A member of Delta Zeta sorority, she retired as a manager of management development with the department of personnel for the State of New Jersey in Trenton. She enjoyed antiquing and golfing. Surviving are a son, a granddaughter and three sisters, including Margaret Teets Wilson ’70.
A member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority and numerous civic and professional organizations, Susan Brisach Faulkner died July 9, 2004 in Lima, Ohio. She retired in 2002 as coordinator for the gifted and talented with the Shelby County Schools and previously taught in area schools systems. As a consultant for gifted education, she served on a number of state committees. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, including Tracy Faulkner Hagman ’99, a brother, James R. Brisach ’69, and a cousin, Laura J. Faulkner ’89.
Biochemist Stephen W. Koontz of West Windsor, N.J., passed away May 20, 2005. A member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity, he was employed by Seton Hall University, Unilever and Johnson & Johnson. As worldwide director of scientific affairs in the Johnson & Johnson Consumers Companies, he led the development teams for the Health Flow Baby bottle and the Band-Aid Liquid bandage. In 2003, he retired after 15 years of service then continued in a consulting capacity. Survivors include his wife, a daughter, his parents, a sister, and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Martha Wilson Alcock, Columbus, Ohio, passed away June 15, 2005. A member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, she was the Homer and Isabel Cotterman professor of educational psychology at Capital University and adjunct lecturer in graduate programs at the University of Dayton. Previously an assistant professor of education at Muskingum College and a public school teacher in Reynoldsburg and Shiloh, Ohio, she was the author and presenter of more than 150 professional papers, articles and book manuscripts in the fields of brain behavior, personality types and learning styles. She won many awards for her teaching and was a member and officer of numerous professional organizations. She leaves her husband, a step-son, her father, a sister, Sarah Wilson Schroeder ’81, a brother, Robert J. Wilson ’79, and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins, including Kelly Rosebrock ’98.
Stephen V. Hoffman died June 14, 2005. For the past 26 years, he practiced general and cosmetic dentistry in the Columbus, Ohio, area. He devoted his creative talents to gardening, photography and music. His mother, two brothers, three nephews and a niece survive.
G. Sean Crossman of Lebanon, Ohio, died July 2, 2005. He was pursuing his Ph.D. in materials engineering at the University of Dayton and was employed by the U.S. Air Force Research Lab at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Fairborn, Ohio. Surviving are his wife, a son, a daughter, his parents, John I. ’65 and Donna Skaggs Crossman ’65, his grandmother, and several aunts and uncles, including Ann Williams Crossman ’60, Richard C. Crossman ’61, and Richard K. Robey ’68.
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