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Susan Jane

Atlanta, GA, United States

Karen D

United States

Marcie Tillett

Owensboro, KY, United States

keely showalter

Glasgow, KY, United States

Karen Hofbauer

Monroe, MI, United States

Emele W.

Mount Pleasant, MI, United States

Paula McConnell

Cherry Valley, NY, United States

Susan W

Rio Rancho, NM, United States

Deborah

United States

Doug Bennett

Richmond, IN, United States

Debrah

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Paula Deming

Columbus, OH, United States

Becky Clements

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Carol Ann

Dallas, GA, United States

Chip Thomas

Kennett Square, PA, United States

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El Dorado Springs, Missouri, United…

Grace Ochs

Phoenix, AZ, United States

Zaley Warkentin

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Lynn Ellen Kunz

Mount Sterling, IL, United States

RuthAnn Crum

Greensboro, NC, United States

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