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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE A35 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015 www. passages. winnipegfreepress. com A35 TEST CATHERINE ( CATE) MARION KYLE January 29, 1962 - March 15, 2015 Cate was born and raised in Winnipeg. After leaving Winnipeg and staying a few years in Banff, Alberta, Cate settled in Vancouver for over 20 years. Cate is survived by her parents, Barb and Bill Kyle; four sisters, Connie ( Robert), Joan ( Dave), Kim ( Howard) and Margaret ( Bill); three brothers, David, Geoff ( Monica), Colin ( Yvonne); and several nieces and nephews. Her network of close friends in Vancouver were also her family. The words of her dear friend say it best: “ What I love about Cate.... her quiet strength and her gentle spirit. It was because of these qualities that people felt safe to open up to her and it is why they trusted her. She was incredibly loyal. She never gossiped. In her professional life, Cate completely changed her career path to work with many of the most atrisk people in our community. She worked to improve the quality of their lives and to make them feel safer. She sincerely valued and honoured those relationships and she was their fierce advocate. Cate has changed people. She has changed how they think, how they view themselves, and how they view others. She has been a gift and a blessing in the lives of so many people.” A Celebration of Life will be held from 2: 30 p. m. to 5: 30 p. m. on Monday, March 30 at Coal Harbour Community Centre, 480 Broughton Street, Vancouver. A Winnipeg memorial date to be announced. Flowers gratefully declined. If so desired, please consider making a donation to a charity of your choice in memory of Cate. JUNE OBIREK It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, June Obirek on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at St. Boniface Hospital. She passed away peacefully with her family by her side. Left to cherish her memory is her husband Bert, and children Rick ( Rose), Rob ( Leanna), Michelle ( Don), Lori ( Rob), Grant ( Donna), and 11 grandchildren. With her passing, the world has lost the most generous and kind person that we know. She proudly showered her children and grandchildren with love, guidance, gifts and treasures. She never said “ no” whether that meant babysitting her grandchildren or their many pets. She never put herself first. June’s family was her reason for being. She never missed a birthday and found any reason to celebrate, so long as her family was with her. She worked tirelessly preparing for these events. They had to be just perfect. We were spoiled. We all looked forward to her Sunday dinners. She made sure there was always healthy, home cooked food, Celine Dion singing in the background and endless conversation. We will miss her cooking tips, and are still trying to master the recipe of our favorite dishes that say, put a little “ bit of this” and a “ splash of that” in there. June loved to take pictures, and could be found at each event with her disposable camera. She owned several digital cameras, but insisted that the disposable camera took the better picture. Sundays were a family day, usually spent going to church then a trip to Bert’s family farm to tend to the large garden Bert and June planted each year. June’s travels included fun filled camping trips with Bert and her young children and then, in later years, the comfort of flying with her family across Canada and the USA staying in comfortable hotels. Let’s just say she was done “ roughing” it, but never done with her family. June also had a gift for remembering numbers. If we ever needed a birthdate or phone number for someone or somewhere, she was our go- to person. This year Bert and June would have celebrated their 60th anniversary. We will miss her so very much. In honour of June’s memory and in lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in her name to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba. The family extends their gratitude to the staff on Ward 5B at St. Boniface Hospital for their professional care and compassion, and to Kelly, the day charge nurse on 5E. Prayers will be held at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main Street on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 7: 00 p. m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Church, 341 Selkirk Avenue on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 10: 00 a. m. Reception to follow. Those we love don't go away They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. 204- 586- 8044 JEREMIAS MARTE Jeremias passed away March 11, 2015 age 52 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director, in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca JACK MCLEOD Jack passed away March 18, 2015 age 79 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director, in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca MICHEL GERARD MIGNAULT It is with heavy hearts the family announces the passing of Michel Gérard Mignault on Thursday, March 19, 2015 at the age of 67 years. In keeping with Michel’s wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial mass celebrating his life will be held on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 2: 00 p. m. in Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church, 510 River Avenue. In lieu of flowers, donations in Michel’s memory may be made to The Winnipeg Foundation. Family invites friends to sign an online book of condolences at www. ejcoutu. com. E. J. COUTU & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 204- 253- 5086 TEST TEST MARGARET ROSE LAVOIE June 10, 1929 - March 11, 2015 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear mother and grandmother, Margaret Rose Lavoie ( nee Dwernchuk) at age 85. Predeceased by her second husband Charlie Lavoie ( 2011), and her first husband Henry Andrew Chubey ( 1963). Survived by daughter Dawna ( Rainer) and grandchildren Chloe, Serena, Viviane and Cornelia. Predeceased by her mother Doris Mokoid, and brother John Dwernchuk. Rose was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and has lived in British Columbia since 1963. Rose had a great memory and could captivate any audience with her incredible, detail oriented story- telling abilities. She will be forever remembered for her warm and outgoing personality. Her hobbies included knitting and outings with her grandchildren. We wish to thank the staff at Cavell Gardens Retirement Residence for their kindness and support over the last decade. As well we would like to thank her doctor Conrad Rusnak and community nurse Gisela Jaschke who so lovingly cared for Rose for the last 15 years. A Celebration of Life will be held in April. ELSIE MAY PARISIAN ( nee MCINTYRE) Elsie died peacefully on March 11, 2015 at the Red River Place in Selkirk, MB. At the age of 95 years. Left to cherish her memory are her children; Raymond, Melvin ( Cheryl), Sandra ( Kevin), Victor William ( Barb), Janet ( Nick), Robert, Tom, Mack ( Edie); grandchildren, Meagan, Aaron, Debbie, Bob, Daniel, Paul, Hannah, Bailie, Matthew and Jennifer; four greatgrandchildren; sister Merle; brothers Ken and Ray and many other family and friends. She was predeceased by her children Deborah and Kenneth; her parents; her husband Victor; sister Margie; brothers- in- law Howard, Fred, and George and sister- in- law Jean. Mama was born on January 16, 1920 and grew up in the farming communities of La Rivière, Argyle, and Stonewall, working with her Dad and sister on the family farm. In 1947, she went to Lochaber, NS to help her sister Merle who was raising a young family. Mama loved Lochaber and all the friends she came to know. In 1948, she came to Victoria Beach to work at the Pine Hurst Inn. It was here where she met our Dad, Victor. In December 1949, they were married and began raising their family, living and working in Victoria Beach. She continued to live in the house on Pine Road until 2013, before moving to Red River Place in Selkirk. Mama was a strong, hard working woman, cleaning cottages, working on the mink ranch and raking lawns. She loved working in her garden, watching her game shows, bowling in Pine Falls, and of course, cheering for her Bombers. Her love of sports and her competitive spirit lives on in her children and grandchildren. As one of Jehovah's Witnesses, she firmly believed God's promise of a paradise that will put an end to suffering of sickness and death. She found comfort in the belief of a time when " God will wipe out every tear from our eyes and death will be no more" ( Rev. 21- 3- 4). Thanks to the staff at Red River Place and the Home Care workers in Victoria Beach for their kind and compassionate care of our Mother. They provided special moments during her stay. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 1: 00 p. m, Victoria Beach Senior's Scene, Ateah Road, Victoria Beach, MB . If friends would like to honour her memory, donations can be made to the Victoria Beach Sport Centre or a charity of your choice. " Hard working hands now at rest" Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. www. gilbartfuneralhome. com WARREN RALPH PURDY Warren Purdy departed this life peacefully at Oakview Place in Winnipeg, on Friday, March 13, 2015, at the age of 79. Husband of 50 years to his beloved wife, Georgia Helen ( Croft), deceased in 2011; proud and loving father of Alan ( Norma) of Winnipeg and Karen ( Carver Farrell) of Regina. Cherished and loving “ Papa” of Alex James ( AJ) and Paige Purdy, and Anika and Ian Farrell. Dear brother of Bruce Purdy ( Donna Thain) of Winnipeg, and brother- in- law to Brenda Vopni of Toronto. Warren was giving, caring, generous with his time and always there to help others. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Besides his career at MPI and Birchwood Motors, Warren’s great passions were summers at Victoria Beach, his grandchildren, cars, curling, travel and golf. He even scored a hole in one! Warren also knew the secret passage to the blueberry patch. We would like to thank the staff at Oakview Place for all the care, affection and patience they showed as they cared for our father during the past nine months. Thank you also to the staff at Sturgeon Creek II and Heritage Lodge for looking after Dad during the last few years. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, or to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service to celebrate Warren’s life will be held in the summer. TEST TEST ELAINE LINKLATER Elaine passed away suddenly on March 11, 2015 at the Selkirk General Hospital with her beloved husband Russell and family at her side. Mom was born August 24, 1924 and raised in Selkirk. She married on November 11, 1950 to Russell Linklater and raised two children, son Gary and daughter Linda. Mom worked at the Bank of Montreal in the 40’ s and 50’ s and always called the bank B of M. She was an excellent home maker and cooked up many delicious meals, Mom’s baking was supreme also. Mom was dedicated to her family, especially to her daughter Linda who was the love of her life, which they spent many enjoyable hours together. Elaine enjoyed many years at the family cottage at Lester Beach with family, relative and friends. She joined a porcelain club where she made many friends and turned out excellent pieces of painted porcelain. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 2: 00 p. m. in the Cloverdale United Churchyard. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements. www. gilbartfuneralhome. com ALBERT JOHN PARK April 9, 1922 – March 18, 2015 It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our dear Dad, just 22 days shy of his 93rd birthday. He will be missed immensely by his sons Don ( Denyse) and Ken ( Jo- Ann). Dad was predeceased by the love of his life, Dorothy, affectionately known as Dosh. At the age of 22, Dad enlisted and shortly thereafter was off to Europe to assist the Allied Forces in fighting for our democratic freedom – for that alone, we are eternally grateful. Dad spent three years overseas as an infantryman, then sergeant, with active campaigns in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. We are so proud of his contribution to our country – as was he. For the past five years he had been writing the “ memoirs” of his experiences, which we will always treasure. While in Europe, Dad met a Scottish Lass, Dorothy Dowson, and they married on May 15, 1946. They then moved to Moose Jaw to start work and raise their two sons. Dad spent all of his working career in retailing – first with the T. Eaton Co., and then with Marshall Wells and McLeods stores, where his outgoing and friendly manner translated into so many long- lasting relationships. In 1981, Mom and Dad moved to Selkirk spending the next 30 years enjoying the town, where Dad was known by most everyone, as he visited his favourite spots – Smittys, the A& W, the bowling alley, Selkirk arena and the Riverboat. Al and Dorothy were long- time members of Little Britain United Church in St. Andrews. After Mom’s passing in 2004, Dad carried on with his precious four- legged companion, Julie, forever at his side. During his retirement, his passions included attending the Selkirk Steelers hockey games, gardening, making his delicious shortbread cookies ( which he shared with so many) and, of course, the odd visit to the casino! In 2012, Dad moved to the Waverley Seniors Residence where, once again he made many friends socializing ( and joking) with staff and residents alike. Al, a proud but humble man, was loved by all who had the opportunity to meet him. “ Everybody loves Al” is what was routinely said about him. He had a heart of gold and generosity was his middle name. He was an inspiration to us in so many ways, not the least of which was seeing him struggle and fight his last battle with congestive heart failure that took him away from us. The difficulty of losing our Dad, our best friend, our mentor, is so painful to say the least, but we now realize he has been released from his last battle of suffering and he is once again with Mom. We will always love him for being THE best Dad and miss him forever. Donations gratefully accepted to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Winnipeg Humane Society or charity of your choice. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 28, 10: 00 a. m., at the Thomson In the Park Funeral Home, 1291 McGillivray Blvd., Winnipeg. OREST PRYSTUPA July 5, 1933 - March 18, 2015 It is with the deepest of hearts that we announce that our father Orest Prystupa passed away peacefully, at the age of 81, on March 18, 2015. Left to mourn his passing is his wife Rose, his children Brian ( Mona), Robert, Barb ( Paul), Gerry ( Melanie), and Curtis ( Shelley), son- inlaw Dave, stepchildren Jim, and Susy ( Ron), grandchildren Jessica ( John), Adam, Vanessa ( Alex), Amy, Alysson, Kyla, Kirstin, Anton, Austin, Terra, David and Kaylie, and greatgrandchildren Jenna, Jade and Baby Bonville ( on her way). Orest was predeceased by his parents Olga and Anton, daughter Susan, sisters Joan, Savella and Zen, brothers- in- law Mike Monasterski and Mike Mankewich, and first wife Penny. A special thanks to the staff at the Deer Lodge Centre for their compassionate care. Also a special thank you to our Auntie Theresa for the many years of extra special care and help she gave to Dad. Memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 21 at 2: 00 p. m. at Glen Lawn Memorial Gardens, 455 Lagimodiere Blvd. TEST TEST JOHN THOMAS PHILLIPS It is with saddened hearts that we announce the passing of John Thomas Phillips know to many as “ Jack”. John was born September 5, 1934 at the family farm in the R. M. of Cameron, Manitoba and he was the youngest of seven children born to George Trineer and Lela Maude ( Graham) Phillips. John passed away on March 9, 2015 at the Hartney Community Health Centre Hartney, Manitoba at the age of 80 years. John leaves to mourn his loving wife of 33 years Patricia “ Pat”, son Patrick ( Edna) Phillips and their children Madison and Jessica, daughter Alanna Phillips. Also left to grieve are Pat’s children: Brian Herman ( his daughter Zoe), Gary Herman, Cheryl Kovac ( her son Nick), Jim Herman and Cathy ( Leonard) Lipscomb and their children Devon, Linzey and great granddaughter Olivia. John’s sister Norma ( Watson) Roper, his brother Clare “ Buster” ( Donna) Phillips, his special cousin Keith ( Joy) Phillips, sister- in- law Teresa Pidskalny as well as many nieces and nephews. John lived life to the fullest. He was a loyal and committed person in everything he did. He spent all of his professional life working for Manitoba Telephone Systems which took him to many places around Manitoba including The Pas where he would meet his wife ( and her five children) and then off to Thompson where he would end his career. Upon retiring in 1989 he decided the call of the south was too strong and they moved “ home” or as close to it as possible as he always called Lauder home. Pat continued to work and John enjoyed puttering around the yard at their first home in Hartney and of course at the “ Lot” where eventually their trailer would be. He would spend many hours riding the lawn mower ( even in the neighbour’s yard) and trimming trees ( there definitely was a lot of those). John loved to tinker and work on projects and his vast collection of tools ( sometimes two or three of the same kind) reflected this. John enjoyed travelling with his wife Pat or Patty as he called her throughout the years. Even in his failing health he was still able to take a trip to Yellowknife in the summer of 2014 to see his second oldest granddaughter graduate from high school. He was so proud of all his children and grandchildren for all their accomplishments. Family was always very important to him. John was predeceased by his son Bryan Phillips, his parents George and Lela Phillips, brother Gordon ( Jigs), brother Harold ( Howdie) sister- in- law Margaret ( Peggy) Phillips, sister Dorothy ( Dot) brother- in- law Elmer Hicks, sister Eva Irene Phillips ( in childhood), brotherin- law Orest Pidskalny and mother- in- law Mary Polowy. Funeral service was held at the Faith Community Baptist Church, Souris, Manitoba on Monday, March 16, 2015 following the interment in the Lauder Cemetery, Lauder, Manitoba. In memory of John, donation may be made to the Hartney Community Health Centre, the Souris Health Centre c/ o Prairie Mountain Health Box 10 Souris, Manitoba, R0K 2C0 or to the Faith Community Baptist Church - Mission Project. Kowalchuk’s Funeral Home, Souris, in care of arrangements. Expression of sympathy may be made at www. kowalchuks. net EVELYN RUTH READ May 7, 1926 - March 13, 2015 With sadness for our loss, but gratitude for her life, we announce that Evelyn passed away at Beacon Hill Lodge in the early morning of Friday, March 13, 2015 at the age of 88 years. Evelyn is survived by her daughters, Susan Katherine Read of Squamish, BC and Donna Marie Read of Winnipeg, MB; daughter in law Helen Read of Squamish, BC; grandchildren, Sean, Shannon and Darcey Kirkpatrick of Squamish, BC, Grant and Riley Roy of Winnipeg, MB, Sabrina Ducharme ( Joe) of Winnipeg, MB, Willie and Katie Read of Squamish, BC; five great- grandchildren and one great great- grandchild; estranged husband Harry Leonard Read of Grand Forks, BC and one brother, William C. Krohn of Carman, MB. She was predeceased by her sons Johnnie at three months of age in January, 1951 and Ronald George on February 26, 2015 in Squamish, BC; dear friend, Patrick or Patty as she liked to call him in December 2012; her Mom and Dad; three brothers; five sisters; and many cats especially a very snarly one named Lena. Mom was born in Roland, MB and moved to Carman with her family at the age of three where she lived until she was 18, then married and moved to Winnipeg, MB. Later in life, Mom moved to Prince George, Lillooet, and Squamish, British Columbia. She spent 25 enjoyable years in Stonewall, MB. She was a devoted homemaker and took pride in her immaculate home, great cooking and beautiful plants. She also was an excellent sewer, crocheter and gardener. Mom had a quick wit and a wonderful sense of humor which she kept until the end. Unfortunately, Mom fell and broke her right arm in January, 2015 and was laid up for seven weeks in St. Boniface Hospital when she was transferred to Beacon Hill Lodge on March 4, 2015. Because she was not happy there, it was a blessing that she was able to go to a better place. We are very happy that she is no longer suffering and is with her two sons and her dear friend, Patty no doubt telling off colour jokes which she was very good at. As per Mom’s request there will be no funeral and her ashes will be scattered in a beautiful setting at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Winnipeg Humane Society, 45 Hurst Way, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 0R3. Wojcik’s Funeral Chapels & Crematorium, 2157 Portage Avenue 204.897.4665, is in care of arrangements. wojciksfuneralchapel. com TEST TEST CAROLYNE NADINE LOBODA ( NEISZ) January 13, 1948 - March 3, 2015 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Carolyne Loboda at the age of 67 years. Carol fought a long lengthy battle and was taken from us too soon at Riverview Health Centre on March 3, 2015. Carol will be deeply missed by her daughter Raegan ( Jason); grandson Kade; her brother Randall; sisters Heather and Cindy; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Carol was predeceased by her husband Dennis; parents Philip and Nadine; and sisters Penny and Valarie. At mom's request, cremation has taken place and there will be no service, an interment will be held at the Archdiocese of Winnipeg in the spring. Carol will be forever cherished in our hearts. JANICE GALE PAICE Janice passed away March 14, 2015, age 60 years. Darin Hoffman, Funeral Director, in care of arrangements. Mosaic Funeral Chapel, 1839 Inkster Blvd., ( 204) 275- 5555 www. mosaicfunerals. ca GLADYS LAVINA PEDRICK ( nee ANDERSON) February 24, 1925 - March 14, 2015 After 90 wonderful years, Gladys leaves her loving children Linda ( John Wells), Dean ( Leslie), Kerry, Tim ( Sandy) and Lianne ( Phil Rizzuto); grandchildren Stephanie ( greatgrandson Ewan), Joey ( Kelly, greatgrandchildren Owen and Emma), Blake, Christina, Scott, Greg, Ben Rizzuto, Kyle, Samantha Rizzuto, Ryan, Craig and Nathaniel; brother Albert, sisters Marjorie and Irene ( Len), and sister- in- law Margaret. She was predeceased by her husband Roy, eldest brother Lorne and sister Alice. Gladys was born and raised on a farm near Elkhorn, Manitoba. She taught in a one- room school house as a young woman before making her way to Winnipeg where she began working her life- long magic as a seamstress. She married Roy in 1948, and together they raised their family in the St. Vital home where she lived the rest of her days. She sewed the most beautiful fashions for herself, her family, and friends, as well as countless dance costumes and bridal gowns over the years. Her tremendous style and grace were stitched into every piece she created. Gladys was particularly proud of her Scandinavian roots and was a self- proclaimed Viking. In 1995, she organized and hosted an Anderson family reunion in Winnipeg, and was touched by the effort her siblings and extended families made to attend. She was known for her warm, red kitchen and was always happy to set an extra place at the dinner table. She left her grandchildren with wonderful memories of baking cookies with Grandma, and left her entire family with a collection of comforting recipes that will live on for generations. She lived a vibrant, healthy and grateful life until the end, always enjoying family gatherings ( especially bowling parties), her bridge club, and walks in St. Vital Park. Our family would like to sincerely thank Mom’s long- time caregiver and good friend Marion Tronrud, as well as the many dedicated friends who visited her often in hospital – including Margaret Tapley, Alma Verdonck and Sharon Bauman. In respect of Mom’s explicit wishes, there will be no funeral service. Instead, the immediate family will gather later this year to celebrate and honour her life. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages those who so desire to make a donation in Gladys’ memory to a charity of your choice. The Coutu family in care of arrangements: E. J. COUTU & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 680 Archibald Street 204- 253- 5086 ejcoutu. com JOSEPH WILLIAM SOROKOWSKI April 6, 1924 - March 17, 2015 Dad passed away suddenly at the Seine River Retirement Residence with his daughter Donna at his side, at the age of 90 years. Joseph was predeceased by his first wife, Rosilda, and second wife, Jean. Dad will be missed by his children: Ron ( Lilia) and Donna ( Aldo), and his grandchildren: Daniel ( Raissa), Selena ( Carson), and Robbie ( Lisa); his stepdaughter Mary, step- grandson David, and stepgranddaughter Cheryle, as well as his siblings and numerous nieces and nephews. Dad was born to a farming family in St. Claude, Manitoba and farmed there himself with his wife, Rosilda, for a few years until moving to Winnipeg. He started working for the City of Winnipeg in 1955 and retired in 1985. Sometime after the passing of his beloved Rosilda in 1976, Dad had the fortune to meet and marry his second wife, Jean, with whom he enjoyed companionship and travelling into both of their senior years until Jean’s passing in 2013. Dad was a jack of all trades and had numerous hobbies and interests, among which were carpentry, making furniture, reading and playing the violin. He enjoyed spending time with his family and entertained us with his many interesting stories. Dad’s favourite sayings were, “ don’t work harder, work smarter” and “ drive with sense, save expense”. The family is most grateful to the staff at the Seine River Retirement Residence for the care Dad received during the time he lived there: thank you. Funeral service for Joseph will be held on Monday, March 23, 2015 at 2: 00 p. m., at St. Bernadette Parish, 820 Cottonwood Road, where he was a long time active member. Fr. Fred Olds to officiate the service. Interment at Glen Lawn Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, those who wish to do so may donate to the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation or to the Winnipeg Humane Society. Family and friends wishing may sign a book of condolence at www. glenlawn. ca. Glen Lawn Funeral Home 982- 7550 TEST A_ 35_ Mar- 21- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A35 3/ 20/ 15 6: 43: 00 PM

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