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Kirby Urner

Portland, OR, United States

Kevin S. Clarke

Boone, NC, United States

Keith Saylor

Bandon, OR, United States

James C Schultz

Ronkonkoma, NY, United States

Syd Salsman

Davis, CA, United States

Rosemary Gould

Charlottesville, VA, United States

Tom Smith

Little Canada (St Paul), MN, United…

Barbara Quintiliano

Philadelphia, United States

Roy H Taylor III

Canton, GA, United States

Paula Roberts

Fayetteville, PA, United States

Steve Horvath

Akron, OH, United States

Paula Puddephatt

Basingstoke, Hampshire, United…

Martin Kelley

Hammonton, NJ, United States


Silver Spring, MD, United States

James Riemermann

Minneapolis, MN, United States


Nampa, ID, United States

Aaron J Levitt

Bronx, NY, United States

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