Published Monday, Jan. 1, 2001

2000: The year in review / Local news

Mercer County residents dance the night away on New Year's Eve at the county courthouse. The celebration was part of the county's 200th birthday celebration.(David E. Dale/Herald)


  • 4 -- Mercer native Trent Reznor picks up Grammy Award nominations six and seven for the album "The Fragile" and one of the songs from it.
  • 4-- - Jared Scofield, New Wilmington, dies of an infection from the bacteria that cause meningitis.
  • 4 -- Mercer County Recorder Rhonda McClelland reports that she and her staff can't enter newly recorded deeds and mortgages in the office's 20-year-old computer system. By the next afternoon, the Y2K glitch was mostly corrected, she said.
  • 7 -- Sharon Steel Corp. retirees announce a petition drive asking Congress to authorize the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. to grant them cost-of-living raises.
  • 6 -- Nicole M. Phillips, 24, of Masury pleads not guilty to charges of involuntary man- slaughter, corrupting another with drugs and endangering children related to her 2-month-old son's Oct. 1999 death.
  • 9 -- Christy Keller, 21, of 466 S. Dock St., Sharon, dies after falling out of a van in Youngstown.
  • 10 -- Farrell Area School Board hires a law firm to collect $635,000 in delinquent taxes.
  • 11 -- Jamestown residents learn the cost of a water system upgrade has been estimated at $4.2 million.
Firefighters pause on the roof of Strayhaven Inc. animal shelter in Hempfield Township. They fought a blaze there last February that killed more than 65 dogs and cats. (Tiffany Wolfe/Herald)
  • 18 -- Greystone Country Estates and Fredonia council discuss annexation by the borough of the personal care home's property in Delaware and Fairview townships.
  • 18 -- Sharon school directors rename the Educational Services Center in honor of former teacher, coach and administrator Donald A. Bennett.
  • 18 -- Pulaski area residents denounce Pulaski supervisors for granting a permit to an adult book and novelty shop on U.S. Route 422.
  • 20 -- Jon W. Ross, a teacher at Hempfield Elementary School, is charged with assaulting a college student who had been assisting in his classroom, according to court documents.
  • 23 -- Explosions of pro- pane tanks at Lee Industrial Park, the former GATX plant in Masury, cause one injury, rattle windows into Pennsylvania and cause an estimated half-million dollars in damage.
  • 26 -- Shauna Nichole Nicholson, 19, of 434 E. Jamestown Road, West Salem Township, dies after a one-car crash at 11:25 p.m. in Vernon Township, Trumbull County.
  • 27 -- Jill M. Lucas, 23, of 6950 Warren Sharon Road, Brookfield, dies of head injuries in a crash on Lamor Road at Hofius Lane, Hermitage.


  • 2 -- Farmers picket Dean Dairy's milk processing plant Tuesday in South Pymatuning Township over milk prices.
  • 2 -- Anna Jones, 60, of North Oakland Avenue, Sharon, dies after being struck by a car on East State Street at White Avenue, Sharon.
  • 3 -- Municipal officials in 11 local towns begin to review a tentative 10-year cable TV franchise agreement with Adelphia Cable.
  • 3 -- James C. Wheaton, dies in a head-on crash shortly on state Route 18 in Shenango Township.
  • 4 -- Al Dombrowski, chief operating officer of Winner Holdings, pitches a plan for the redevelopment of the long-defunct Westinghouse Electric Corp. plant in Sharon to Mercer County Industrial Development Authority.

    Dressed as a cow, dairy farmer Ryan Kreig leads a procession Dean Dairy Products Co.'s milk processing plant in South Pymatuning Township protesting plummeting producers' prices they were receiving.(David E. Dale/Herald)
  • 9 -- Bruce Rosa, a patrolman for 16 years, is named by council to be Sharpsville's next police chief.
  • 11 -- Sean Nolan, a New Wilmington area dairy farmer, dumps about 1,500 pounds of milk to protest the plummeting prices dairy farmers receive for their produce.
  • 14 -- John Camuso, assistant principal of Hickory High School who was suspended from duty over his handling of a Jan. 27 bomb threat, says in a letter to Hermitage School Board that he will resign June 30.
  • 16 -- Cooper Energy Services Reciprocating Products officials say the Grove City foundry will pour its last castings by the end of the week.
  • 17 -- Dentists in Crawford County complain about plans by Primary Health Network, Sharon, to open dental clinics in areas of the county that the organization says are underserved by medical practices.
  • 17 -- State police Capt. Sid Simon launches an investigation into whether quotas were imposed on troopers at the Mercer barracks.
  • 22 -- James W. Kendzor, 18, of 649 Stambaugh Ave., Sharon, is charged with risking a catastrophe, making terroristic threats, harassment by communication and disrupting a meeting in connection with bomb threats called in to Sharon High School.
  • 24 -- After years of review, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issues its final approval for the cleanup of the former Westinghouse Electric Corp. transformer plant in Sharon.
  • 29 -- Strayhaven is destroyed by a fire that kills more than 65 dogs and cats in the Hempfield Township animal shelter's kennels.
  • 29 -- Lois Kilbert is named winner of Shenango Valley Foundation's Humanitarian Award for her years of service to a broad range of community activities.


  • 1 -- Dana Wagner, 35, of Shenango Township, receives the check for payment of the $1 million Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off ticket he bought in December.
  • 2 -- Larry R. Strosser is bound over to court on arson, theft and related charges after a preliminary hearing.
  • 4 -- Four people die in separate crashes. In Jefferson Township, three people who were sharing the front seat of a car die in a head-on crash on U.S. Route 62 near Kyle Road.
    William Richard, 20, of Third Avenue, Sharon, the driver of one of the cars, and his passengers, Susan Weaver, 43, and Frank Ashbaugh, 41, both of Mercer, were pronounced dead at the scene.
    The other driver, Kendra May, 18, Mercer, was seriously injured.
    James A. Pavlicek Jr., 40, of Cochranton, died in a crash in Worth Township.
  • 9 -- Brian David Meese, 20, dies when his motorcycle collides with a sport-utility vehicle on Pulaski-Mercer Road in Lackawannock Township.
  • 9 -- Wilmington Area School Board approves the district's $8 million elementary schools renovation project.
  • 12 -- Hundreds of Mercer Countians pack the rotunda at Mercer County Courthouse to celebrate the county's 200th birthday.
  • 14 -- Three local men die in a one-car accident in Liberty Township, Trumbull County.
    Jacob E. Schmidt, 23, of Sharon; Peter R. Carpec Jr., 21, of Masury; and Daniel A. Paris Jr., 20, of Brookfield, were pronounced dead at the scene on Colonial Drive, said the Ohio Highway Patrol.
  • 16 -- Two Sharon High School students charged with endangering the health and welfare of the students and staff by phoning in bomb threats are expelled.
  • 23 -- Sharon council members would like to know just how deep in debt the city is. Estimates range from $9-16 million.
  • 29 -- Kenneth Wayne Keck, 20, of 42 Plum Road, West Salem Township, a student at Slippery Rock University, is charged with sending child pornography from a school computer to an undercover state police investigator.
  • 30 -- Shenango Valley Initiative members ask local church congregations to sign a petition to get redevelopment money from the state.


  • 6 -- Shenango Township Police Chief Ronald Preston says he was justified in shooting and killing a dog that was jumping at him.
  • 8 -- James R. Clark, 38, Grove City, is indicted by a federal grand jury on charges accusing him of defrauding investors of about $620,000, according to the U.S. Attorney's office for the Northern District of Ohio, Cleveland.
  • 11 -- Ronald L. Fuller is sentenced to a life term in prison without parole after a jury convicted him of killing Jeremy Farrand, 13, of Sharon, May 29, 1999.
  • 17 -- Samuel E. Brown is entitled to a new trial for the 1967 slaying of Ada Darlene "Katie" Lumley, of Grove City, a panel of the state Superior Court in Pittsburgh rules.
  • 20 -- Fire destroys part of Jamestown Boat Livery at Pymatuning State Park.
  • 20 -- Dale A. Laird, 42, formerly of Mercer, is found dead after the plane he was piloting crashed on its way from Polson, Mont., to Alberta, Canada.
  • 25 -- State officials announce plans to imprison more inmates at the State Regional Correctional Facility south of Mercer as part of an effort to ease overcrowding and improve security throughout the entire state prison system.
  • 27 -- Local steelworkers lobby at the Hermitage office of U.S. Rep. Phil English to get the Erie Republican to vote against the Clinton administration's plan to give permanent normal trade relations to China.
  • 27 -- Arnold Ball, Sharon, is sentenced Thursday to 12 1/2 to 50 years in prison for having sex with two girls, who are now teen-agers, over the course of several years.
  • 28 -- Chiropractor Peter Jankovich of Mercer pleads no contest in Butler County Common Pleas Court to two charges of acquiring prescription painkillers by fraud.


  • 1 -- Leon "Luggo" R. Grande, 59, Hermitage, is charged with first- and third-degree murder in the drowning death of his girlfriend, Deborra DeSantis, 47, of 900 Laurel Drive, Sharpsville.
  • 3 -- Elliott Andre Campbell is sentenced to 18 months to 4 years in prison for the Sept. 3, 1999 shooting death of Wallace Amos, Jr.
  • 5 -- Six Hickory High School sophomores win trophies in the National Academic Games Competition in Kissimmee, Fla.
  • 11 -- The state Public Utility Commission votes to allow a historic stone railroad overpass in Jamestown over state Route 58 to remain in place.
  • 11 -- Emily Drew, a Lakeview High School senior, is the recipient of The Herald's sixth annual Academic Excellence Awards top honor. Emily, 17, the daughter of Jerry Victor and Marianne Drew, was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from The Winner Fund.
  • 13 -- State Superior Court upholds the first-degree murder conviction of Franklin D. Fickle in the March 1997 shooting death of Darryl Cozart in Hermitage.
  • 21 -- Jessica Eddinger, 17, of Pulaski is killed in an accident in Beaver County.
  • 22 -- Wilmington schools Superintendent Dr. C. Leon Ahlum announces his retirement, effective June 29.
  • 23 -- James Frank Shartle, 49, Jamestown, is killed in a traffic in Salem Township.
  • 27 Erin Scullin, Adamsville, dies from injuries she suffered from a 14-foot fall while helping to prepare Greenville Memorial Swimming Pool for the season.
  • 31 -- Rosemary Moses, former Hermitage receiver of taxes, is charged with stealing $81,052 from the city and school district over 11 years.


  • 7 -- Scott Burrows, 19, is sentenced to two life prison terms without chance for parole for stabbing his next-door neighbors Charles and Dorothy London to death and burglarizing their Hubbard Township home on Dec. 15, 1999
  • 7 -- Michael J. Naples pleads guilty in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court to raping an 8-year-old boy he met through the Hubbard Community Youth Football League.
  • 16 -- Sandra Kay Baker, 46, Delaware Township, who has been missing since May 25, may have been the victim of foul play, according to state police, who would not name a suspect.
  • 19 -- Greenville Municipal Authority says it is working to clear the contamination that resulted in a boil-water advisory for customers in the Hadley and Leech roads area of Hempfield Township.
  • 19 -- Robert Felesky, without admitting guilt, accepts a probation offer from the state Attorney General's Office.
    The husband of former county Recorder of Deeds Marilyn Felesky, was accused of stealing political signs the night before the 1999 primary election.
  • 20 -- South Pymatuning Township supervisors fire former police Capt. James Flaherty for the second time in connection with a 1992 incident involving a gun taken from the police station. Flaherty says he will appeal.
  • 23 -- Local pipe and tube mills hail a decision by the International Trade Commission to continue duties on products for seven countries.
    The ITC's ruling benefits standard pipe and tube products made at Wheatland Tube, AK Steel, Sawhill Tubular Division and Sharon Tube Co.
  • 26 -- Landlords Thomas E. Merchant and Earl A. Schifino, both of Sharon, are arrested and sent to Mercer County Jail without bail for allegedly failing to clean up rental properties in Sharon.
  • 28 -- No one is injured when a 3-foot by 18-foot chunk of ceiling collapses in Mercer County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael J. Wherry's courtroom. It was not in use at the time.
Fireworks explode in the sky over Tara in Clark, celebrating both the 4th of July and the Mercer County Bicentennial. (Gene Paulson/Hera


  • 11 -- State police investigate the deaths of a Lake Township husband and his ailing wife as a homicide-suicide.
  • 17 -- John B. Wittenauer, 45, Hubbard, dies in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, from injuries he suffered in a June 25 motorcycle accident on North Water Avenue, Sharon.
  • 20 -- Sharpsville Quality Products Co. files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, listing assets of $3.8 million and debts of $4.9 million.
  • 22 -- Blanche I. Bodesheim, 70, of 2101 Sandy Lake-Grove City Road, Jackson Center, dies when a car driven by her husband, James L. Bodesheim, is hit by a pickup truck on state Route 173 in Worth Township.
  • 23 -- A sport utility vehicle crosses the center line of state Route 173 in Mill Creek Township and smashes into a pickup truck, killing the SUV's driver Laurel Urey, 34, of Stoneboro, her daughter Megan, 7, of Sandy Lake, and two of the pickup's passengers Steven Ackerman, 39, and Michele Ackerman, 37, both of Meadville.
  • 24 -- Fruit Avenue residents complain to council about street crime in Farrell.
  • 27 -- Armand E. Brenneman, Pine Township, is arraigned on charges he sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl in June.
  • 28 -- Jack Russell, Jamestown, dies after a motorcycle accident in Wheeling, W.Va.
  • 31 -- Michael Leonetti, Clark, is electrocuted in Cranberry Township, Butler County, in an industrial accident.
  • 31 -- Leonard Derr, Sharon, pleads guilty to a July 1999 charge that he molested a 12-year-old boy he had met through the Little League baseball program. Derr was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
    Supporters of George W. Bush await his arrival at B&O station in Youngstown during a campaign sweep through the area. After numerous re-counts, Bush was named President-elect a month after the November election. (David E. Dale/Herald)


  • 1 -- Lonnie L. Reinhart, Hempfield Township, dies of a heroin overdose and police say they are trying to find out how he obtained the drugs.
  • 2 -- Joseph A. Dyll loses his two-year struggle to start a charter school in the Shenango Valley. Commonwealth Court upheld a decision by a state appeals board denying the Sharon man's application to begin the Shenango Valley Regional Charter School.
  • 3 -- Mercer County Housing Authority is awarded a $9 million federal grant to demolish and rebuild the Steel City Terrace housing complex in Farrell.
  • 3 -- James W. Kendzor, who admitted to phoning in a February bomb threat to Sharon High School, is ordered to perform community service and pay restitution to the city for the cost of having Sharon police and firefighters respond to the phony call.
  • 7 -- Wilmington school directors hire Dr. Michael F. Hink of New Castle as the district's new superintendent.
  • 10 -- Rosemary Moses, former Hermitage receiver of taxes, is bound over to court on theft and other charges.
  • 14 -- Sandy Creek Conservancy is trying to buy Sandy Lake. The conservancy is trying to raise $2.1 million for the lake near the boroughs of Sandy Lake and Stoneboro.
  • 14 -- Clifford M. Stearns, Wolf Creek Township, is killed when his van is hit by a dump truck at noon Monday at state Route 173 and Scrubgrass Road.
  • 19 -- Brookfield school officials are investigating reports from angry parents that their kids were subjected to hazing at band camp at Edinboro University.
  • 28 -- Ronald Dean Sterrett, Wolf Creek Township, is charged with vehicular homicide and other charges in connection with a July 22 crash in Worth Township. James L. and Blanche Bodesheim died of injuries from the crash.


  • 1 -- Armand Brenneman, 44, Pine Township, is bound over to court on 18 charges accusing him of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl.
  • 1 -- Retired Mercer County Judge John Q. Stranahan dies of cancer at Buchanan Commons, Grove City. He was 79.
  • 2 -- John G. Sava, former superintendent of Farrell schools, dies of an apparent heart attack.
  • 6 -- Paul F. Coulter, 49, Lackawannock Township, is killed in a car-pickup crash in Wilmington Township.
  • 6 -- Gary Lenzi, Hermitage, former head of the defunct Mercer County Narcotics Unit, is sentenced to 9 months to 2 years in state prison after his conviction for selling marijuana.
  • 7 -- Richard Curtician, 42, Greenville, is sentenced to 1 1/2 to 12 years in a state prison for vehicular homicide while driving drunk in the 1998 death of Katherine V. Hovis.
  • 14 -- A group of Wheatland parents want the borough to leave Farrell Area School District and affiliate with West Middlesex Area School District.
  • 17 -- Jacob Rigby, 21 months, Sharon, dies after the car in which he was riding was hit in the rear on North Hermitage and Colt roads in Pymatuning Township.
  • 18 -- Jamestown Area School District sends a group of students and teachers to Harrisburg to show how the district, an Excellence in Education award winner, patterns its curriculum to meet state standards for reading, writing, speaking and thinking.
  • 20 -- Two administrators are suing Dr. Charles Cagno and Reynolds Area School District, claiming they were demoted because they were suspected of being involved in an investigation of the superintendent by the state Auditor General's office.
  • 22 -- Anthony J. Arci, 20, Masury, turns himself in to police on charges connected to a bomb threat left on an answering machine at Brookfield Middle School.
  • 29 -- State Rep. Michael Gruitza formally enters a rehabilitation program for first-time drunken driving offenders in connection with his April 25 arrest in Dauphin County.
  • 28 -- Legionnaires' disease-causing bacteria aren't found after a nearly two-month federal investigation at Reznor, but a report by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration stops short of giving the Mercer manufacturing plant a clean bill of health.
  • 28 -- Sharon accuses Brookfield of allowing raw sewage to flow into the city's West Hill.


  • 4 -- Pete Chiodo, Sharpsville, a supervisor, is injured in an industrial accident at AK Steel Sawhill Tubular Division's Sharon plant.
  • 3 -- Adam Lynn, 18, Sharon, a former F.H. Buhl Club life guard, pleads guilty to the sexual assault of a 10-year-old girl at the club in May.
  • 4 -- After nearly 45 years in business locally, Gene and Theresa DeSantis decide to close DeSantis Beer and Pop in Sharon and retire.
  • 5 -- Reynolds Superintendent Dr. Charles M. Cagno is suspended for five days without pay as punishment for misusing school vehicles and property.
  • 6 -- A traffic accident after school takes the lives of Lakeview High School students Mark A. Nestor, 17, Sandy Lake, and Tara Lynn Smith, 17, Carlton.
  • 9 -- Gertrude Buzga, 80, Hermitage, is killed in a collision at Connelly Boulevard and Smith Avenue.
  • 10 -- UPMC Horizon says it will build a $4.5 million center in Hermitage specifically to handle women's health care.
  • 11 -- The number of violent crimes reported in Mercer County drops two percent in 1999 compared to the previous year, according to an annual state report.
  • 11 -- Sharpsville council let the public know Wednesday that Consumers Pennsylvania Water Company wants to buy the borough's water treatment plant.
  • 12 -- Nick Vargo, 82, East Lackawannock Township, dies after his car collides with a state police cruiser on state Route 173 in Pine Township.
  • 13 -- Hempfield Elementary teacher Jon W. Ross, 39, Hempfield Township, is acquitted of charges alleging that he took advantage of an 18-year-old Thiel College intern under his charge and sexually assaulted her.
  • 14 -- Rebecca M. Simmons, 18, Jamestown, is killed in a crash on Cannon Road in Lake Township.
  • 15 -- Production and maintenance workers at Werner Co., Sugar Grove Township, reject a 5-year contract proposal in a 506-103 secret-ballot vote by United Steelworkers Local 3713-01.
  • 17 -- West Middlesex Area School Board votes to spend $7.2 million on renovations and additions to Oakview Elementary School.
  • 17 -- Trinity Industries Inc. says it will close its Greenville Rail Car Division in December.
  • 24 -- Brian Stafford, a Sharpsville native who is director of the U.S. Secret Service, speaks to members of the Sharpsville Service Club.
  • 24 -- FNB Corp. says that Peter Mortensen will retire as the company's chief executive officer. Gary L. Tice was named as his successor, effective Dec. 31.
  • 25 -- HON Industries, an Iowa-based office furniture company says it will open a $27 million factory in Keystone Regional Industrial Park, Crawford County, that promises 250 jobs in northwestern Pennsylvania.
  • 26 -- Bradley K. A. Bobby, 34, dies in a work accident at his Lake Road, Jefferson Township, home.
  • 27 -- Wheatland Tube Co. announces it may be sold to Tyco International Ltd., a $30 billion conglomerate. In December, Wheatland Tube announced the deal was off and the company was no longer for sale because, among other things, Tyco feared a delay in regulatory approval because it would own a major part of the tube industry.

Michael Varso, Hermitage, gets a flu shot from nurse Susan Szymkiewicz Nov. 28 at the Shenango Valley Mall. The flu vaccine was in short supply for most of the flu season. (Tiffany Wolfe/Herald)


  • 1 -- United Steelworkers at Werner Co., Sugar Grove Township, ratify a five-year labor contract.
  • 2 -- Negotiators for the defunct Sharon Steel Corp. and United Steelworkers strike a deal that could enable up to 1,700 retirees -- depending on their retirement date -- to share in an estimated $750,000.
  • 3 -- Development promoters celebrate Iowa furniture maker Hon Industries' decision to locate in an industrial park on the border of Crawford and Mercer counties.
  • 7 -- Local terms in state and federal legislatures are decided with the election of state Rep. Michael Gruitza, Hermitage, D-7th District; state Rep. Richard Stevenson, Grove City, R-8th District; U.S. Rep. Phil English, Erie, R-21st District; and U.S. Rep. James Traficant, Poland, Ohio, D-17th District.
  • 13 -- Jennifer and Rick Barborak, of Sharon, hope to form an environmental organization to look out for the Shenango River.
  • 15 -- Trial for Leon R. "Luggo" Grande, Hermitage, who is charged with the May 1 killing of Deborra DeSantis in her Sharpsville home, is postponed until 2001.
  • 16 -- Odette Pacsi, a former manager at National City Bank's Farrell branch office, pleads guilty to stealing more than $500,000 from the branch over 10 years.
  • 17 -- Anthony J. Arci pleads guilty to inducing panic at Brookfield School District in connection with a bomb threat he left on a school answering machine in September.
  • 17 -- Andy A. Byler, 23, of Pulaski, dies in East Lackawannock Township when a tree he was cutting down falls on him.
  • 21 -- Nicole M. Phillips, the Masury woman charged with lacing her 2-month-old son's bottle with a lethal dose of a painkiller, pleads guilty in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court to involuntary manslaughter.
  • 27 -- Flu shots offered at Shenango Valley Mall draw a crowd of 754 people willing to stand in line to buy the vaccinations.
Katherine Todd, right, is consoled after a Dec. 18 fire at her home at 339 N. Oakland Ave. in Sharon. The fire started in her Christmas tree, consuming gifts, and causing smoke damage throughout the house. (Salena Carr/Herald)


  • 1 -- Mercer County Industrial Development Authority approves a plan to use $11 million of public funds to develop the former Westinghouse Electric Corp. plant on Sharpsville Avenue in Sharon.
  • 1 -- Gerald Walter Spohn, 35, Hermitage, dies after a head-on crash on South Keel Ridge Road, Hermitage.
  • 2 -- Arthur A. Lace, Conneaut Lake, dies in a crash on state Route 173 in French Creek Township.
  • 5 -- Sharpsville Quality Products Co. halts operations.
  • 11 -- Hermitage school directors vote not to renew Superintendent Dr. Louis C. Mastrian's contract.
  • 11 -- Pulaski Township supervisors formally fire former police chief William R. Hogue.
  • 13 -- Robert T. and Leslie A. Kozar both die in a murder-suicide in Perkins Restaurant in Hempfield Township.
  • 13 -- James R. Clark, Grove City, starts a 37-month prison term after pleading guilty to federal charges of bank fraud.
  • 20 -- Frank J. DeVault dies after a collision with a tractor-trailer on U.S. Route 62 in Sandy Lake Township.
  • 21 -- Richard K. McConnell, owner of The Queen of Hearts dance club in West Salem Township; is among 8 suspects accused of operating a major cocaine distribution ring.
  • 21 -- A bitter dispute surfaces between local agencies and James E. Winner Jr., developer of the former Westinghouse Electric Corp. site.
  • 22 -- William J. Meeker, 59, of Fowler, falls through the ice and dies while fishing on Pymatuning Lake.
  • 28 -- Fire damages Fred W. Kloos and Son Service Station, 982 E. State St., Sharon.

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