Miscellaneous Branch County, Michigan Obituaries

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Gwendolyn Lemoine Scott
Bronson - Gwendolyn  Lamoine  Scott, age 77, of Bronson, died Monday, September 24, 2001 at Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo following a short illness.
She was born April 26, 1924 in Bronson, daughter of L M and Rolene (Vorce) Bidwell and graduated from Bronson High School in 1941 where she was Drum Majorette during her high school years.  After high school, Lamoine married Francis Bobay. He was killed in World War 2.  
She then married  Joseph W. Guiff. They lived together in Syracuse, Indiana and Lamoine worked for and retired from Dana Weatherhead Corp after 23 years of service.  Joe died in 1963.
Lamoine then married Chester Scott on September 26, 1974 and the couple moved to Harrison, Michigan for 24 years moving back to Bronson in May, 2001   
Lamoine enjoyed life, especially walking, riding snowmobiles,fishing, and crafts. She liked to crochet afghans and rugs.
Surviving are her husband Chester "scotty" Scott; her son and daughter-in-law, Maurice "Maurie" and Sue Guiff of Warsaw, IN; step-son and daughter-in-law, Rodney and Renee Scott  and step-son Gerald Scott all of Syracuse, IN; four grandchildren; four great grandchildren; a brother and sister-in-law, Donald and Arlie Bidwell of Colon and two sisters and brothers-in-law, Joyce and John Champion of Bronson and Sylvia and Bill Green of Elkhart, IN.  She was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister.
Funeral Services celebrating the life of Gwendolyn Lamoine Scott will be held at 10 AM (Michigan time) Friday, September 28, 2001 at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson.  Interment will follow in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, Indiana at 11:30 AM (Indiana time)
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 2 - 8 PM Thursday, September 27, 2001 where Memorial Donations may be made to the Bronson Community Foundation.

Letha M. Myers
Bronson - Letha M. Myers, age 66, of Bronson, died early Thursday, September 13, 2001 at the Community Health Center of Branch County following.
She was born January 30, 1935, daughter of Roscoe and Ruby Bupp and lived most of her life in the Bronson area.  She married Donald E. Myers on March 29, 1959 in Sturgis.  He died August 2, 1983.  Letha retired from Bronson Plating Company after many years of employment.  She enjoyed gardenning, playing cards and puzzles.
Surviving are her sons and daughters-in-law, David and Cindy Myers of Litchfield and Bill and Becky Myers of Bronson; daughter and son-in-law, Leota and Carlon ":Eddie" Rumsey  and daughter Ruby Myers all of Bronson; 15 grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; her brother Jim Myers of Ohio and sisters, Jan Myers of Orland, IN and Bertha Myers living in England.  She was preceded inj death by a granddaughter and two brothers.
Funeral Services celebrating the life of Letha Myers will be held at 1:30 PM Wednesday, September 19, 2001 at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson.  Interment will follow in Bronson Cemetery.
The family willl receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 5 - 8 PM Tuesday.  Memorial Donations may be made to the Oncology Unit at the Community Health Center of Branch County.

Catherine  M.  Kosmerick
Bronson - Catherine M. Kosmerick, age 87,. of Bronson, died early Friday morning, May 17, 2002 at Maple Lawn Medical Care Facility where she had been staying for the past four days.  She had been stricken at home a week earlier.
Catherine was born July 1, 1914 in Batavia Twp., daughter of Thomas and Josephine (Mujta) Ludwick and was a lifelong Bronson area resident. She married Adam Kosmerick on October 15, 1934 at St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church.  Adam died May 8, 1999.
Catherine was a member of St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church , the Rosary Society and the Sacred Heart Society.  She was also a member of Local 797 UAW and the AARP.  She retired from the Kirsch  Company in 1977 after 22 years of service.  Prior to that she had also worked at the L.A. Darling Co,. formerly in Bronson and the former Douglas Manufacturing  Co., also in Bronson, (now Douglas Autotech). 
A very giving lady, Catherine was a volunteer for several charities over many years. She also enjoyed bowling, Bingo, senior dinners, cooking, playing cards and her garden.
Surviving are her daughters, Patricia Theile of Farmington Hills,   and Sylvia Weaver of Bronson; 12 Grandchildren; 17 Great Grandchildren; three sisters, Josephine Wotta, Pearl Ludwick and Regina Wielgos all of Bronson and several nieces and nephews.
The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at  11   AM Monday. May 20, 2002 at St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church in Bronson with Rev. Fr. Richard Fritz officiating.  Prayers before Mass will be at   10 :30 AM Monday at the Kolcz Funeral Home.  Burial will following St. Mary Cemetery
Friends may call at the Kolcz Funeral Home anytime Sunday where the Family will be present from 12 - 8 PM Sunday.  The Rosary will be recited at 7 PM Sunday at the Funeral Home. 
Memorial Donations may be made to St. Mary  School.  Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.

Teresa  I.  Briggs
Sherwood -  Teresa I. Briggs, age 45, of Sherwood, died late Wednesday, May 15, 2002 at the Community Health Center of Branch County following a long illness.
She was born October 12, 1956 in Coldwater, daughter of Norman and Brenda (Smith) Baker and was a lifelong Branch County resident. 
She married Christopher Briggs on October 12, 1974 in Sherwood. He survives.  Also surviving are her Mother, Brenda Baker of Sherwood, her sister and brother-in-law, Cathy and Ted Gordon of Coldwater; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Ernest and Sara Baker and Stephen and Denise Baker, all of Sherwood, and Timothy and Stephanie Baker of Mendon; Grandmothers, Elizabeth Baker of Coldwater and Jay Irene Smith of Fulton and several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.
Teresa graduated from Union City High School in 1974. She was an active member at the Cornerstone Community Church in Colon and loved animals, her family and going to garage sales.  She was last employed at the Coldwater Housing Commission as secretary.
Cremation has taken place. Arrangements are by the Kolcz Funeral Home of Bronson. 
Teresa's  family is planning a Memorial Service at  11 AM Saturday, May 18, at the Cornerstone Community Church in Colon. 

Lucille Allice
Coldwater - Lucille Allice, age 97, died August 3, 2002 at Anna's Adult Care in Coldwater. She had been in failing health.
Lucy was born Dec. 5, 1904 in Chicopee, Kansas Territory, daughter of Carlo and Dominica (Pastore) Boggetto. She married Dominic Allice on July 28, 1922 in Levone, (Turin), Italy. He died Oct 3, 1972.
Lucy and Dominic lived a majority of their lives in the Bessemer, Michigan area. She loved to cook Italian meals and desserts. Lucy and Dominic also lived 20 years in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where they ran the Allice Tourist Home. They returned to Bessemer in their later years. The past seven years Lucy enjoyed the loving environment provided by Anna's Adult Care in Coldwater.
Survivors include her son-in-law Dr. Ken Youngquist of Bronson, a grandson, Thomas and grand daughter-in-law Marcia (Smoker) Youngquist of West Bloomfield, and three great grandchildren, Tami (Youngquist) Lamerato of Berkley, Kevin Youngquist of Colorado Springs, and Aaron Youngquist of West Bloomfield. Her daughter, Rose (Allice) Youngquist and her brother Charles Boggetto Sr. preceded her in death.
The family will receive relatives and friends on Wednesday August 7, 2002 beginning at 10 AM at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson where the Rosary will be recited at 11 AM. Memorial contributions may be made to the Anna's Adult Care in Coldwater, St. Mary's School in Bronson, or the Branch County Community Health Center Hospice.
The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, August 7, 2002, at 12 Noon at St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church in Bronson, with Rev. Fr. Richard Fritz officiating. Interment will be held on Friday August 9, 2002 at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Bessemer, Michigan.

Alice  C.  Schafer
Bronson - Alice C. Schafer, age 88, of Bronson, died Friday, July 26, 2002 at the Battle Creek Health System. 
She was born March 30, 1914 in Branch County, daughter of John and Roxanne (Stefanski) Kibiloski and was a lifelong Bronson area resident.  She married Ralph Schafer, Sr. in 1936 in Indiana. They divorced several years later. 
Alice worked at the former Schafer Distributing Co. in Bronson for many years, retiring in 1976. She was a member of the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Bronson and  was a   very active member of the American Legion and VFW Auxiliaries in Bronson. She was past President of the American Legion Auxiliary. Alice always made the duck soup for the American Legion for Polish Festival. Even at age 87, she personally made 35 gallons of duck soup. 
Alice was involved with every activity of both auxiliaries, including marching in parades and trips to the VA Hospital in Augusta.  She also visited her brother in Maple Lawn every Tuesday. She enjoyed gardening, playing cards, oil painting and playing the organ. Alice was a charitable lady who would rather do for others and would never seek recognition for her good deeds.    
Surviving are her son James Schafer of Bronson, her son and daughter-in-law, Ralph Jr.,. and Carol Schafer of Coldwater; grandchildren, Scott Schafer, Lesley Schafer, Kathy Raymond and Kelly Simmons; great grandchildren, Elizabeth Simmons and Kyle Raymond and her brother Floyd Kibiloski of Coldwater. She was preceded in death by a sister and two brothers.
Funeral Services celebrating the life of Alice C. Schafer will be held at 10 AM Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson beginning with the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion followed by religious services with the Rev. Debra Valentine of the First Congregational United Church of Christ officiating.   Interment will follow in Bronson Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 4 - 8 PM Monday, July 29, 2002.   Memorial Donations may be made to the Branch County Community Foundation earmarked for use in Bronson.  Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.

Richard  L.  Yesh
Bronson  -  Richard  L.  Yesh, age 77, of Bronson, died Monday, July 22, 2002 at the Community Health Center of Branch County.  He had been in failing health.
Dick was born October 8, 1924 in Bronson, son of John and Anna (Czajkowski) Yesh and was a lifelong Bronson area resident. He was an Army Veteran of World War 2, serving with the 298th Combat Engineers at Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland and Central Europe. After the war, he married Patricia Fitzgerald on May 29, 1948 in St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church in Bronson. 
Dick worked at the former Bronson  Reel Company (later known as Bronson Specialties) from his discharge from the Service until his retirement in 1989 - a total of 44 years.  He was a member of St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church, a charter member of the VFW Post 5003 in Bronson, a member of the Bronson Reel Amateur Baseball Team, had coached Little League Baseball in Bronson for 13 years, was a proficient fly fisherman,  and enjoyed hunting, and fishing.  He proudly kept his yard, loved his family and taught each of his sons to hunt and fish.
Dick was also a well known bowler, and had rolled the first 300 game in Bronson.  He also bowled several years in the Sturgis Major League from 1952 until his retirement from bowling in 1988. 
Surviving are his wife Patricia, daughter and son-in-law, Amy and Kip Adamson of Bronson, sons, Mike Yesh of Coldwater, Brian (Donna Taylor) Yesh, Kevin Yesh and Christopher (Carolyn Barone) Yesh all of Bronson and two granddaughters.  He was preceded in death by three sisters and two brothers.
According to his wishes, cremation has taken place.  A Memorial Mass celebrating the life of Richard L. Yesh will he held at 10 AM Monday, July 29, 2002 at St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church in Bronson with Rev. Fr. Richard Fritz officiating.  Arrangements are by the Kolcz Funeral Home of Bronson. There will be no visitation.
Memorial Donations may be made to the Oncology Dept. at the Community Health Center of Branch County. Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.

Mary E. Shufelt
Burr Oak - Mary E. Shufelt, age 69, of Burr Oak, died early Thursday morning, September 26, 2002 at the Sturgis Hospital.
She was born February 12, 1933 in Flint, Michigan, the only daughter of Preston and Ida (Cutter) Alward and moved with her family to LaGrange, Indiana at age four. she married Harold Shufelt on December 27, 1951 in LaGrange and moved to Burr Oak, Michigan.
Mary was a former member of the Burr Oak Methodist Church and the Burr Oak Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. She was a farm wife working alongside her husband for over 50 years, enjoyed amateur photography, loved animals and children and attended the Pleasant Hill Missionary Church.  Mary would write at least one letter every day to one of her more than 50 pen pals around the world.
Surviving are her husband Harold "Bub" Shufelt, her daughter Sue Ann Hart; her sons and daughter-in-law, Michael and Donna Shufelt all of Burr Oak, grandchildren, Karolyn Ann Hart, Ronald Hart, Kevin Hart, Jennifer Sutton and Michael Shufelt, II; and great grandchildren, Jeffrey Sutton, Ashton Sutton and Aaliyah Sutton all of Burr Oak.
Funeral Services celebrating the life of Mary Shufelt will be held at 1 PM Saturday (Michigan time) at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson with Pastor Don Matteson of the Pleasant Hill Missionary Church officiating.  Interment will follow in Trayer Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 2 - 4 & 6 - 8 PM Friday where Memorial Donations may be made to the Pleasant Hill Missionary Church or to the American Cancer Society.  Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.

Marshall C. Sebalj, Jr.
Bronson - Marshall C.  Sebalj, Jr., age 93, of Coldwater, formerly of Bronson, died Friday September 20, 2002 at the Laurels of Coldwater.
He was born January 16, 1909 in Rusk, Texas, son of Marshall C. and Zella O. (Skinner) Sebalj, Sr..  He married Verna McDonald on March 4, 1939 in Detroit.  She died in 1996.
During the Great Depression, Marshall worked with the Civilian Conservation Corps in Northern Michigan. He then worked for the Ford Motorcar Company and the Briggs Company in Detroit and also worked as a taxi driver..  He moved to Bronson in 1950 to work at L.A. Darling Company. Then in 1959 when the company moved, he went to work at Griswold Machine Engineering in Union City. He retired at age 68.
Marshall was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Bronson and the Mystic Lodge #141 F. & A.M. He was also a 32nd degree Mason.  He was a member of the Masonic Lodge for over 50 years. While a young lad, he was a member of the Boy Scouts and had worked his way to become an Eagle Scout.
Marshall was very Patriotic and proud to be an American.  He enjoyed reading and gardening. He was one of the first residents to have a garden at the Laurels.  His large garden contained both vegetables and flowers.
Surviving are his daughters and sons-in-law, Denise and Lowell Crane of Coldwater and Linda and Gene Booher of Benzonia, MI; his son and daughter-in-law, Donald and Glema Sebalj of Coldwater; 10 Grandchildren; 17 Great Grandchildren; a Great Great Grandson; a brother Avis Sebalj of Kalamazoo and a sister Anna Mae Phipps of Burbank, California. He was preceded in death by his wife, a son Daniel in 1988 and two brothers.
Funeral Service celebrating the life of Marshall C. Sebalj, Jr. will be held at 11 AM Monday, September 23, 2002  at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson with Rev. Mona Joslyn of the First United Methodist Church officiating.  Interment will follow in Bronson Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 3 - 7 PM Sunday where the Masonic Service will be held at 6 PM Sunday.  Memorial Donations may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Bronson or to the Mystic Lodge #141 F. & AM. Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.

Dorothy I. Fowler
Bronson -   Dorothy I. Fowler, age 57, of Bronson, died Friday, September 13, 2002 at the Community Health Center of Branch County following a five-year illness.
She was born February 16, 1945 in Coldwater, the only child of Ira and Edna (Hildebrand) Burnworth and was a lifelong Branch County resident.  She married James Fowler on September 10, 1966 in Bronson.
Dorothy started her lifelong banking career in 1971 with Southern Michigan National Bank. In 1977 She was named Assistant Branch Manager of the Coldwater office of the former First National Bank of South Central Michigan (which later became First of America and is now National City Bank).  In the years 1978 and 1979, she was Assistant Branch Manager of the Bronson office, then in 1982 she became Branch Manager in Bronson - a position she held until her illness forced her retirement in the year 2000.
Dorothy was always community oriented and had an outgoing personality.  She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Coldwater; a Charter Member and Past President of  ALTRUSA   International of Branch County; a member of the Coldwater Business and Professional Women's Club; a co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of the Bronson Community Foundation;  a member of the Branch County Housing Commission; member of the American Institute of Banking; President of the Jacksonian Button Club and Past President of the National Button Club. 
She enjoyed collecting rare buttons for which she won several national awards and  enjoyed her family cats. In her earlier years she enjoyed bowling and golfing and above all, she loved her family.
Surviving are her husband Jim Fowler, daughter Karen Smith,  daughter and son-in-law Kristina and Doug Sobeski, sons and daughter-in-law, Greg and Diane Fowler;all of Bronson; grandchildren, Haley Smith, Emmett Sobeski and Skyler Sobeski also all of Bronson and her special friend Barbara Anderson of Coldwater.
Funeral Services celebrating the life of Dorothy I. Fowler will be held at 10 AM Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson with Rev. Betty Smith of the United Methodist Church officiating.  Interment will follow in Snow Prairie Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 2 - 4 & 6 - 8 PM Monday.  The family requests those wishing to leave a Memorial to please consider the Oncology Unit at the Community Health Center of Branch County. Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home. 

B. Joyce Champion
Bronson - B. Joyce Champion, age 75, of Bronson, died Sunday, September 8, 2002 at her home following a several week illness.
Joyce was born September 5, 1927 in Branch County, daughter of L.M. and Jennie Rolene (Vorce) Bidwell and was a lifelong Branch County resident. She married John  Champion on August 14, 1945 in Hillsdale, Michigan.  Joyce was a member of the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Bronson. 
She had worked at the former Dancer's Store in Bronson and the former Kirsch Company in Sturgis; also at the former Hoover Insurance Agency and at the Hathaway Insurance Agency in Bronson.Always very active in the community, Joyce had served many years with the VFW Auxiliary, the Bronson Food Pantry, The First Congregational United Church of Christ and for many years served as Chairperson of the Bronson Election Board.  She enjoyed crafts, traveling, camping and in her earlier years, motorcycles and snowmobiles. 
Surviving are her husband, John, daughter Connie Sue Good of LaGrange, Indiana; Granddaughters, Mrs. Richard (Amy Renee) Shields of  of LaGrange and Mrs. Steve (Jillian) Warner of Cassopolis, MI; two great grandchildren - Kaylee Nicole Good and Brayton James  Shields; her sister Mrs. Bill (Sylvia) Green of Elkhart, IN ; her brother Donald (Arlie) Bidwell of Colon, MI; her sister-in-law, Chris Bidwell of Pierceton, IN and her brother-in-law, Chester Scott of Bronson.  Joyce was preceded in death by two sisters, LaMoine Scott and Lila Mae Bidwell and two brothers, Keith Bidwell and Tracy Bidwell.
Funeral Services celebrating the life of B. Joyce Champion will be held at 1 PM Wednesday, September 11, 2002 at the Kolcz Funeral Home in Bronson beginning with a short service by the VFW Auxiliary followed by Rev. Debra Valentine of the First Congregational United Church of Christ. Interment will follow in Matteson Twp. Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 2 - 4 PM and from 6 - 8 PM Tuesday   where Memorial Donations may be made to the First Congregational United Church of Christ or to the Life Span Good Samaritan Hospice.  Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.

Joyce A. Forsyth
Bronson - Joyce   A.  Forsyth,  age 64, of Bronson, died at her home Wednesday, September 4, 2002.  She had been in failing health.
Joyce was born September 29, 1937 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, daughter of James W. and Vernice M. (Vantassel) Clark.  She married Gene Forsyth on November 5, 1955 in Winchester, Virginia and the couple moved to Bronson, Michigan in 1972.
She was a homemaker and enjoyed oil painting, sketching and especially loved her daughters.
Surviving are her daughters and sons-in-law, Pamela and Timothy Richards of Fremont, Indiana, Lorie B. and Charles Taylor of Leipsic, Ohio and Laurie A. and Randel  Swift of Quincy, Michigan; 11 grandchildren; four great grandchildren; her Mother Vernice Coup of McKeesport, PA and two sisters, Norma Jean Black of Florida and Alberta Weimer of Pennsylvania.
According to her wishes, cremation has taken place.  Arrangements were by the Kolcz Funeral Home of Bronson.

C. William Zabonick
Bronson -   C. William  Zabonick,Jr.  age 75, joined families in heaven on Tuesday, September 3, 2002 at Borgess Medical Center' Cardiac Care Unit in Kalamazoo, Michigan 
Bill was born October 24, 1926 in Kendallville, IN son of Charles and Mary (Teall) Zabonick, Sr.  he graduated from Coldwater High School in 1944 and returned to that system to teach and coach from 1951-1954.  He earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from Western Michigan University where he played football and was honored as co-captain and most valuable player (MVP) in 1950.  Bill served in the U.S. Navy for two years in submarines at new London, Connecticut.  He married Betty Nelson in 1951.
Although Bill started his career at Coldwater High School as teacher and coach, he moved to Bronson after his marriage.   He later was math teacher and coached varsity basketball at Bronson until his retirement in 1992.  During his coaching years, he received many honors including admission to the Michigan Basketball Hall of Fame, Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, National Coaching Association, the 500 win Hall of Fame and was nominated for National Coach of the years.  At the time of his death, he ranked seventh (7th) in total wins as a basketball coach in the State of Michigan. As a member of the Michigan Coaches Association, he was honored twice as speaker at the Indiana State Coaches Association.
Bill was also very active in his community.  he was a member of the Bronson Rotary Club and was honored with the Rose Citation and as a Paul Harris Fellow.   he was past president of the Bronson Jaycees, had served as a volunteer with the Bronson Rural Fire Association, served on the Bronson City Council and had served on the committee that organized the Bronson Youth Recreation Association where he also served as Director for several years.
Bill enjoyed bowling, reading, watching college and high school sports and attended the Michigan High School State Basketball Finals every year throughout his lifetime.  he was also an avid golfer and member of the Prairie River Golf Club.
Surviving are his wife, Betty; daughters and sons-in-law, Karen and Bill Hyska and Myra and Dan Belote all of Bronson; grandchildren, Jenelle, Ryan, and Matthew Hyska and Sarah and Garrett Belote; his sister-in-law, Beverly Marz of Battle Creek; brothers, and sisters-in-law, James and Marilyn Zabonick and Jerry and Janet Zabonick all of Coldwater; his niece Michelle Marz of South haven and nephews, Mitchell Marz of Battle Creek and Doug Zabonick of Carmel, IN and Greg Zabonick of Macomb, MI.  He was preceded in death by an infant son Mark Allen Zabonick and his parents. 
Funeral Services will be held at 11 AM Friday. September 6, 2002 at St. Mary of Assumption Catholic Church in Bronson with Rev. Debra Valentine of the First Congregational United Church of Christ and Rev. Mona Joslyn of the First United Methodist Church officiating.  Interment will follow in St. Mary Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Kolcz Funeral Home from 2 - 8 PM Thursday where Memorial Donations may be made to the Bill Zabonick Memorial Fund for Bronson Athletes administered by the Bronson Rotary Club and the Zabonick family.    The fund will be used for an athlete needing assistance with camps, equipment, schooling etc.  Envelopes are available at the Kolcz Funeral Home.


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