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BILLIE RUTH FERGUSON
Mrs. Billie Ruth Ferguson, age 77, passed away in her home in Milam, on November 14, 2011 after a long battle with liver disease. Mrs. Ferguson was born November 25, 1933 in Hemphill, the Eldest daughter of Arnold and Connie White, and raised in the Pine Park community of Sabine county. The White family were members of the Church of God in Hemphill. She Attended both Bronson and Hemphill High school where she graduated in 1951. She Married Alvin Ferguson on February 21, 1953 in Hemphill. Billie and Alvin delivered and raised three sons in Hemphill until moving to Crockett, Texas in 1970. She was a homemaker who worked as a seamstress at Alee Work Clothes, while raising her sons in Crockett. Billie and her husband relocated to Jasper in the late eighties and soon retired there. Following the death of her husband, and upon the circumstance of ‘Hurricane Rita,’ She moved back to her hometown to be near her mother and sisters. She had spent her final years, doing what she enjoyed most: attending Church, gardening and spending time with her family and friends. She often visited her relatives in both Sabine county and Lake Charles, Louisiana and attended many school and sporting events with her grandchildren. Survivors include her sons Kenneth and wife Donna Ferguson, of Milam, Robert and wife Raven Ferguson, of Jasper and Ronald and wife Julie Ferguson, of Dallas; grandchildren Nikki Ferguson, of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, Zack Ferguson and Katy Ferguson, of Jasper; mother Connie White, of Hemphill; sisters Johnnie Mae and Millard Smith, of Milam, Betty and Stevie Webb, of Center and Linda and Joe Horton, of Hemphill; as well as eight nieces and nephews, and countless cousins, relatives and friends; special caregiver Donna Ferguson. Preceded in death by her husband of nearly 50 years, Alvin Ferguson; and her beloved father Arnold White. Memorial Services for Mrs. Billie Ruth Ferguson will be held at the Starr Funeral Home in Hemphill. Interment will follow in the Hemphill Cemetery, where she will once again rest beside her beloved husband. Starr Funeral Home

VEITA MAE JOHNSON
Mrs. Veita Mae Johnson, age 77 of Grapeland, passed away November 3, 2011. Mrs. Johnson was born May 31, 1934 in Jacksonville, Texas to Clarence and Lula Dixon. She attended school in Jacksonville and later relocated to Grapeland. She united in Holy Matrimony to Elbert Lee Johnson and to this union eight children were born. Mrs. Johnson was a dedicated employee of the Grapeland Nursing Home for 10 years where she worked as a Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA). Survivors include her three sons Charles Johnson (Wanda), of Conroe, Elbert Johnson Jr., of Crockett and Clearance Earl Johnson (Linda), of Grapeland; four daughters Pauline Bowie, of Grapeland, Betty Merritt, Shelia James (Abraham), all of Crockett and Denise Brown (Henry), of Shreveport, La.; 68 great-grandchildren; two sisters Patricia Spates (John), of Crockett and Vera Bonner of Huntsville; special friends Ruby Kent, Gloretha Tillis, Joyce McDaniel, Donald Davis, Robbie Jackson, Janie Johnson and Johnathan Alexander; very special friend Pershawna Wilson; a host of brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, loving nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her parents Clarence and Lula Dixon; one brother Sam Dixon; two sisters Sadie Palleum and Willie Kennard; one daughter Sadie Overshown; one grandson Clarence AnTorrio Johnson; one son-in-law Willie James; just like a daughter Bertha Berry. Funeral Services for Mrs. Veita Mae Johnson were held Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. in the Crockett Church of God with the Rev. Troy Sullivan officiating. Interment followed in the Golden Gate Cemetery in Grapeland. Active Pallbearers were Prindle Kennard, Charles Lee, Cyuba Thomas, Jason McDaniel, Lorenzo Kennard, William Shepherd, Dewayne Sadler and Lawrence Bonner. Honorary Pallbearers were Joseph Bowie, Brandon Johnson, Lester Johnson, Antwaun Johnson, Raymond Johnson and Elbert Wayne Johnson. Emanuel Funeral Home

WANDA RAE DRISKELL
Mrs. Wanda Rae Driskell, age 83 of Lovelady, passed away Monday, November 14, 2011 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Driskell was born June 25, 1928 in Big Lake, Texas and was a resident of Lovelady since 1981. Mrs. Driskell was a member of the Weldon Civic Club and the First United Methodist Church in Lovelady. She was an Avon representative for 35+ years. Survivors include her son Ronnie Driskell and wife Diane, of Lovelady; daughters Janette Calhoun, of Muskogee, Okla. and Pam Key and husband Ronnie, of Cleveland; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Preceded in death by her husband Junus Driskell; sister Ida McMurray; and parents Raymond and Effie Bryant. Funeral Services for Mrs. Wanda Rae Driskell were held Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Jason Driskell officiating. Interment followed in the Lovelady Evergreen Cemetery. Condolences for Mrs. Driskell may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com. Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

H. C. MCKINNEY
Mr. H. C. McKinney, age 88 of Kennard, passed away Saturday, November 12, 2011 in the Whitehall Nursing Home in Crockett. Mr. McKinney was born September 23, 1923 to Stephen and Ophelia McKinney in the Plain Community. Mac as friends called him, graduated from Kennard. He married the love of his life Juanita Landry of Port Arthur, Texas on December 24, 1942 and they had two children, David and Carol. After 33 years of service with the Corps of Engineers in Memphis, Tennessee he retired and returned to Texas. Mr. McKinney along with the tight nit Plain Community established the once boarded up Plain Baptist Church where his membership has been since 1981. Retirement did not slow Mac McKinney down he ran a mail route for the United States Postal Service and worked in Real Estate around the Crockett area. Mr. McKinney had served as President of the Kennard I. S. D. School Board and was on the Board of Directors for the E. T. M. C. in Crockett, just to name a few. When he was not serving the community you could find him and his wife at their favorite fishing hole and enjoying time with friends and family. He was the rock of his family and will be greatly missed. Survivors include his wife Juanita McKinney, of Kennard; son David McKinney and wife Pamela, of Nolensville, Tenn.; daughter Carol Metz, of Kennard; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents Steve and Ophelia McKinney; and son-in-law Claude Metz. Funeral Services for Mr. H. C. McKinney were held Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Don Hobson officiating. Interment followed in the Conner Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Plain Baptist Church. Condolences for Mr. McKinney may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com. Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

ANNALEE PATTON
Mrs. Annalee Patton, age 88 of Kennard, passed away Monday, November 7, 2011 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Patton was born January 31, 1923 in the Tadmor Community and had lived in Houston County most of her lifetime. She was a housewife and a member of the Community Full Gospel Church. Survivors include her daughter Rose Patton Brent, of Kennard; granddaughters Carly Kendzerski and Cody Kendzerski and fiance’ Chris Hammons, all of Kennard; numerous step-grandchildren; niece Janice Nelson and husband Miles, of Mo.; nephews James Enos and wife Louise, of Angleton, Jack Patton and wife Sheryl, and Curtis Enos and wife Glenna, all of Crockett; many other special relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her husband Andrew Jackson Patton in 2005; and parents Howard L. and Minnie O. Enos. No services have been scheduled at this time. Condolences for Mrs. Patton may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com. Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

NOLLIE GRACE WOOLLEY
Mrs. Nollie Grace Woolley, age 93 of Crockett, passed away Thursday, October 27, 2011 in the Houston County Nursing Home in Crockett. Mrs. Woolley was born March 9, 1918 in Houston County and had lived in Crockett most of her lifetime. She was a housewife and a member of the North Loop Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughters Billie Spann, of Joshua, Mary Marchbanks, of Conroe, and Cheryl Brannen and husband Joe, of Huffman; daughter-in-law Patsy Woolley, of Paris; sister-in-law Mae Ellisor, of Crockett; grandchildren Roger Spann and wife Cathy, Victor Spann and wife Lana, Curtis Spann and wife Tanya, Dewayne Spann and wife Tanya, Jerra Spann, Melissa McIlroy and husband Eric, Melinda Jeffus and husband Jason, Deana Enos and husband Aron, Ashley Chandler, Aaron Chandler, Heather Zamora and husband Efrain, Kelli Ham, LindaWilliams and husband David; 30 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Preceded in death by her husband Willard Woolley; son Charles Wayne Woolley; parents Walter and Ida Frances (Evans) Ellisor; brother Walter “Son” Ellisor, Jr.; sisters Winnie Moffet, Boonie Woolley, Helen Woolley, Eunice McCelvey and infant Hattie Ellisor. Funeral Services for Mrs. Nollie Grace Woolley were held Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Dennis Lowery and the Rev. Carl Standley officiating. Interment followed in the Shady Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Shady Grove Cemetery Association c/o Dana Reed, 5539 FM 232, Crockett, Texas 75835. Condolences for Mrs. Woolley may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

HAROLD JAMES SMALL
Mr. Harold James Small, age 84 of Texas City and Crockett, Texas went home to be with the Lord on October 26, 2011. Mr. Small was born December 17, 1927 at Kountz, Texas to Faye and Luther Small. He was a member of Insulators and Asbestos Workers Local #22 for 57 years. Survivors include his devoted wife Maggie Small, they would have celebrated their 66 wedding anniversary on November 23rd; sons James Small and wife Virginia, Billy Small, Tracy Small and wife Mendi; daughter Edna Patterson and husband Rick; sisters Norma Fowler and Frances Rymer; grandchildren Jimmy Small, Valerie Lacroix, Reggie Kelley, Dawn Tucker and husband Ronnie, Sydney Boos and husband Frankie, Tymbra, Michael, Amanda, Torree, Juan, Ashley; great-grandchildren Brooke, Briana, Logan, Braden, Collin, Tyler, Natalie, Maddison, Ella and Ethan, Landon, Morgan and Riley; special friend Nancy; and numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his parents Faye and Luther Small; his sisters Margaret McKinney, Betty Lucas; and grandson Billy J. Small, II. Funeral Services for Mr. Harold James Small were held Monday, October 31, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Rick Patterson officiating. Interment followed in the Latexo Cemetery. Pallbearers were Reggie Kelley, Ronnie Tucker, James Small, Billy Small, Tracy Small and Rick Patterson. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Latexo Cemetery Association, 5540 C. R. 1830, Crockett, Texas 75835. Condolences for Mr. Small may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

DOROTHY JEAN HAZLETT GOODRUM
Mrs. Dorothy Jean Hazlett Goodrum, passed from our world into the loving arms of her Lord and Saviour on October 27, 2011 in Granbury, Texas. Mrs. Goodrum was born July 21,1928 to her proud parents Robert Lee Hazlett and Annie Appleton Hazlett in Crockett. Mrs. Goodrum grew up in Crockett and graduated from Crockett High School and attended Baylor University. She met her and fell in love with her soul mate, Earl Hayne Goodrum and they were married on September 13,1947. Mrs. Goodrum and her husband moved to New Mexico with El Paso Natural Gas. They had, David Hayse Goodrum, on June 6, 1949. They were wonderful loving parents and resided in South Eastern New Mexico and West Texas. In Midland, Texas she owned and operated an oil and gas accounting business from 1967 to 1986. Upon retirement she and her husband returned to Crockett. She ran for the Board and later became President of the Houston County Electric Co-op. Mrs. Goodrum and her husband were active members of First Baptist Church until his death in January, 2006, She moved with her son and daughter-in-law to Granbury. Mrs. Goodrum was loving cared for by the staff at Arbor House. Survivors include her son David Goodrum and wife Freida, of Granbury; sister-in-law Jane Hazlett, of Crockett; numerous nieces and nephews; and their families, and long time special friend, Charlene Hendrick, who will cherish wonderful memories. Preceded in death by her husband Earl Goodrum; parents Robert Lee and Annie (Appleton) Hazlett; and her loving brother Robert Lee Hazlett, Jr. Funeral Services for Mrs. Dorothy Jean Hazlett Goodrum were held Monday, October 31, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Keeney Dickenson officiating. Interment followed in the Evergreen Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation, 1100 W. 49th Street Room G408, Austin, Texas 78756. Condolences for Mrs. Goodrum may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

NORA CHASTAIN
Mrs. Nora Chastain, age 90 of Centerville, passed away Monday, November 1, 2011 in the East Texas Medical Center-Crockett. Mrs. Chastain was born September 1, 1921 in Archville, Tennessee and had been living in Centerville. She was a housewife and a member of a Non Denominational Church in Georgia. Survivors include her son Mac McCall and wife Joann of Centerville; grandchildren Kristina and Joe Brent, Melissa McCall, all of Centerville, Jerry Youngblood, Michael Youngblood and Terry Youngblood, all of Ga.; great-grandchildren Madison, Kyla, Walyn and Trey; numerous other relatives. Preceded in death by her son L. C. McCall; daughter Frances McCall; granddaughter Pam Youngblood; and grandson Kris McCall. Graveside Funeral Services for Mrs. Nora Chastain were held Friday, November 4, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Memory Garden Cemetery in Centerville with Bro. Mac McCall and Bro. Johnny Strabeck officiating. Condolences for Mrs. Chastain may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

BILLY FRANK GALLANT
Mr. Billy Frank Gallant, age 54 of Kennard, passed away Monday, November 1, 2011 in the Memorial Hospital in Lufkin. Mr. Gallant was born September 7, 1957 in Buda, Texas and had lived in Kennard most of his lifetime. Mr. Gallant had worked in Auto Parts Sales and was a member of the Mt. Olive Church. Survivors include his daughter Ashley Gallant, of Kennard; granddaughter Hailey Morgan, of Kennard; one step-daughter Shannon Best and husband Derek, of Kennard; one step-son Sgt. Matthew Grissom, of Kennard; step-grandchildren Blake and Brooke Best, of Kennard; brother Danny Gallant and wife Ethel, of Kennard; nieces and nephews Sonya Stevenson and husband Shane and Logan Gallant and wife Liz, all of Kennard; great-nieces Skylar Stevenson and Sarah and Katy Gallant, all of Kennard; numerous other relatives and friends; special friends Dana Reed, Deidre Taylor and Mary Martin and family. Preceded in death by his parents Rayford and Wilma Gallant. Funeral Services for Mr. Billy Frank Gallant were held Friday, November 4, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. in the Mt. Olive Church in Kennard with the Rev. Larry Bruce and the Rev. Ottis Byers officiating. Interment followed in the Corinth Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Wilma Baker Gallant Elementary Education Scholarship, Stephen F. Austin University, 1936 North Street Box 6108, Nacogdoches, Texas 75962. Condolences for Mr. Gallant may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com. Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

LLOYD HERBERT JACOBS
Mr. Lloyd Herbert Jacobs, age 72 of Latexo, passed away Wednesday, November 2, 2011 in the Houston County Nursing Home in Crockett. Mr. Jacobs was born November 4, 1938 in Shelby, Michigan and was a resident of Latexo. He was a veteran of the United States Marines having served during the Vietnam Era. Mr. Jacobs was a past member of the Masonic Lodge and the order of the Eastern Star. He was retired having worked for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice System and was a member of the North Loop Baptist Church. Survivors include his children Mark Jacobs, of Fort Worth and Thressa Jacobs, of Latexo; grandson David Jacobs, of Latexo; brothers Glenn Jacobs and wife Ruth and Roger Jacobs and wife Mary, all of Mich.; sister Ruth Ann Jacobs, of Mich.; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Preceded in death by his wife Ruth Carol Jacobs; son Thomas Gaston Jacobs; daughter-in-law Stacy LeRay Jacobs; granddaughter Heather LeRay Jacobs; parents Herbert and R. Elaine Jacobs. Funeral Services for Mr. Lloyd Herbert Jacobs will be held Sunday, November 6, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel with Bro. Eddie Atkinson and Bro. Dennis Lowery officiating. Interment will follow in the Latexo Cemetery. Condolences for Mr. Jacobs may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

FAYE JOHNSON LUCAS
Mrs. Faye Johnson Lucas, age 76 of Nacogdoches, passed away Sunday, October 30, 2011 in Nacogdoches. Mrs. Lucas was born on May 27, 1935, in Waneta, Texas to the late Archie Johnson and Ella Mae Peterson Johnson. She had been employed by Walmart stores for 10 years as a door greeter. Mrs. Lucas was and will always be remembered for her kindness and love of life. Survivors include her three brothers Frank Johnson and wife Maxine, Johnny Johnson and Tommy Johnson; children Dennis Sanford and wife Sherry, Denise Langley, Harrison Sanford and wife Tammy, Carrie Sue Calloway and Lonnie Lucas and wife Wendy; and 13 grandchildren. Preceded in death by her parents Archie and Ella Mae Johnson; husband Raymond Lucas. Memorial Services for Mrs. Faye Johnson Lucas will be held on Sunday, November 6, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. at Evergreen Cemetery on north FM 2022 in Percilla, Texas. Condolence or to sign an online register book please log onto www.lairdfh.net. Laird Funeral Home

CLIVE EDWIN ”BUBBA” DICKEY, JR.
A fifth generation Texan, Mr. Clive Edwin Dickey, Jr. was born on November 10, 1938 in Crockett, Texas. After a lengthy and most valiant battle with leukemia, he departed this earth on November 1, 2011 in Tyler, Texas, saying goodbye to the love of his life, his helpmate, friend and wife of 37 years, Patricia Evans Dickey. Together they enjoyed life, their friends and a huge family. With Pat’s unwavering support and devotion to Bubba, his life was no doubt extended beyond what most doctors could even imagine, with many calling him a walking miracle. Exuberant and charismatic, Bubba loved life and was often considered larger than life itself. His inspirational advice affected so many around him, including many strangers: “Good, better, best! Never let it rest until your good is better and your better, best” and “Live life to its fullest.” Bubba shared his contagious laughter, telling jokes and stories wherever he went. His mission was to make someone laugh each day. Even at the end of his journey, Bubba still exhibited his witty personality, telling funny stories “on” and to everyone who visited and making the nurses want to hear more. As a Boy Scout, Bubba attended the National Jamboree in Irvine, CA , an event he often spoke of with pride. He graduated from Crockett High School in 1957. An avid golfer, Bubba played college golf at Schriner and Sam Houston State where he was the captain of the team. Over the years, he continued golfing, belonging to Oak Cliff Country Club and Spring Creek Country Club. Though his illness challenged his game, he wanted to continue playing golf, and in May of this year, he managed to play three more holes. He and Pat loved to travel, and perhaps his most memorable trip was to the 34th Ryder Cup in Warwick Shire, England, closely followed by travel to Germany and Scotland. After Bubba received his diagnosis, he grew determined to take his family on a Caribbean cruise, which he did. Unbelievably, Bubba and Pat’s most recent trip was only one month ago when he drove Pat to celebrate her birthday in New Orleans. Up until the last week of his life, he continued to relive this most wonderful experience by describing, with precise detail, the places they visited and the meals they, especially the creme brulee at Galatoires. As a young adult, Bubba lived in Longview, Texas, operated and co-owned Bubba’s discount store and served as president of the Jaycees. He also served on the Texas National Guard as a staff sergeant and tank commander. Bubba later owned a manufacturer’s rep. firm located at the World Trade Center where he served on the advisory board of the Center. While in Dallas, he and Pat belonged to St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church. March 19, 1971 was one of the happiest days of Bubba’s life when his precious daughter, Carol Michelle was born, making him a daddy. When he married Pat, Bubba was additionally blessed with a son, Bobby Ray Bridwell. In 1988, Bubba and Pat moved to Crockett where he opened an Ambrosia Water distributorship which later became Music Mountain Water company. He served as President of the Houston County Chamber of Commerce and as a proud Rotarian and Paul Harris Fellow. After selling Music Mountain, he became a realtor and joined Pat at Coldwell Banker, Pat Dickey Realtors. With his help, they expanded the franchise to include Coldwell Banker Choice Realtors in Nacogdoches, Texas. He was an active member and supporter of the Crockett Boys and Girls Club and a member of the All Saint’s Episcopal Church. Preceded in death by his parents Clive and Julia Satterwhite Dickey; and his great nephew Jordan David Ellis. Bubba is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 37 years, Patricia Evans Dickey, of Crockett; sister Carol Dickey Watson, of Crockett; children Michelle Dickey Jacobs, of Denver and Bobby Ray Bridwell and wife Dawn, of San Antonio; grandchildren Jack and Julia Jacobs, Luke and Claire Keene, and Stuart and Alex Biltz; blessed with an extremely loving, close and large family, numerous other relatives: brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Leonard Lee Evans and wife Martha, Roger Dale Evans and wife Karen, John Williams Evans and wife Jamie, Larry Ray Evans and wife Hope and Ronnie Wayne Evans, Linda Evans Childs and husband Terry, Brenda Evans Bottoms and husband Charles, and Doris Evans Page and husband Danny; nieces and nephews Donna Watson Ellis, Jason and Lauren Ellis, Marti, and Jeff Rosenfield, Max and Jake Rosenfield, D.J. Ray, Bill and Deanna Ray Davis, Ricky and Julie Martin, Sherry Page and Christie, Garrett, Travis, Ryan, David and Jonathan Evans. Bubba’s life was truly blessed with a multitude of friends and family, including the Dickeys in Huntsville and Satterwhites scattered all over the place. “A person never dies as long as there is a single soul who keeps alive the memory.” To our Bubba: We shall all hold tightly to our memories, whether they be of you giving a rib-crushing hug, riding on a golf cart with dear friends, catching a trolley car on Powell Street, selling a ranch, decorating a home, sharing a weekend at Jazz Fest, skiing in Colorado, deer hunting at the lease, making the most awesome mashed potatoes, choosing # 4 to win a red Corvette, celebrating birthdays at Jack Binion’s steakhouse, supporting a less-fortunate family during the holidays, or assembling toys on Christmas Eve, And, yes, Virginia. There is a Santa Claus. His name was Bubba Dickey. So to our beloved Bubba, we don’t say “goodbye,” but thanks for the memories. You will never be forgotten. We love you. Services were held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, November 5, 2011 at the First Baptist Church in Crockett with Father Jack Chase officiating. Pallbearers Bert Hervey, John Stovall, Frank Smith, Frank Foster, Dan McLean and Billy Corbin. Honorary Pallbearers Stew Darsey, Bruce Diamond and all Crockett Rotarians. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials made to the Boys and Girls Club of Deep East Texas or Rotary International. Condolences for Mr. Dickey may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com Callaway-Allee Funeral Home

 

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