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Silverton Oregon Funeral Home, Cremation, Burial & Funeral Planning

Gwenoth “Jean” Hatfield – Silverton, Oregon

Gwenoth “Jean” Hatfield

August 1, 1934 – May 13, 2017

Silverton, Oregon

A memorial service will be held at 11am on Saturday June 3, 2017 at Silverton’s Assembly of God Church.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

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IMG_1281_2Glenda  Jolene Herring-Crivella
September 30, 1937 – January 13, 2017
Glenda Jolene Herring- Crivella, born September 30, 1937 in Hollis,  Oklahoma. She passed away on Jan. 13th at the age of 79.
The daughter of Tommy and Velma Arnold.
To  Family and friends, Glenda was the rock in this family.  Speaking as her son, she is the reason I am the man I am today, she taught me discipline, respect, honesty, and everyone who knows me I am all that.
 Glenda had three children;  2 daughters, Joy Miller and Sheri, and one son, Stan Harrison.
Glenda was such a strong person,  she really was , she used to be a manager at the Silver Inn, and she wasn’t afraid of anyone,
she stood 4’11” but could back anyone down. She was a great pool player ,
she played for Magoo’s Tavern and they always went to play in Las Vegas to just about every year.
She was the kindest and sweetest person you could ever meet until you made her mad, then run…. lol .
Really, there just aren’t enough words to describe her she was just that awesome.
Her husband Joseph Crivella will miss her deeply, as well as her whole family.
  A Celebration of Life is pending.

Thomas Metz – Stayton, OR

Thomas Arthur Metz

November 15, 1944 – May 27, 2016

Stayton, Oregon

Tom was a happy man who lived a happy life. He and his beautiful wife Joan spent 35 wonderful years growing their love for one another and for God. Tom had many passions in his life. He was a state wrestling and football champion at the high school level as well as at the college level. Tom attended Southern Oregon University, but wasn’t afraid to let you know he was a Duck fan. Tom also had a deep passion for Ham Radio and would spend hours out in his Ham shack just meeting people from around the world and talking to them over the radio.  He would come running into the kitchen with a big smile on his face because he couldn’t wait to tell us who he just spoke to and what country they were from. Tom truly love his friends, but most of all, he loved his family. Being the devoted father and grandfather he was, when Tom and Joan had finished raising their own children, God gave them the blessing of adopting their grandson, now son, Cole Smith. They raised him and their granddaughter, Paige Smith and enjoyed every minute of it because as Tom said, “you kept us from getting old”. Family was so important to Tom. Nothing would make him happier than visits from his brother, his kids, grandkids, and even great grandkids. One of his favorite moments was talking with his brother, Ted Metz. They would talk of fond memories they shared about family, friends, and everything else that came to mind. Those two could talk for hours and never run out of things to say. Not only did Tom love when family would visit, he had an adventurous side of his own. He loved to road trip with his wife Joan and their dogs, Jessie and Tucker. Although it was never said, Jessie was his favorite. On their last adventure, they drove from Oregon to Colorado, visiting their son, Tim Smith, and daughter-in-law, Robyn Smith, and granddaughter, Tawny Gates. After visiting, they continued their journey to Kansas to visit Joan’s side of the family and proceeded to head back home.  Tom would practically fill up the memory card on his phone and camera with pictures of every new view they saw, every beautiful sunset, and every cool sign they passed. He lived his life with a smile and truly loved every moment.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the Foothills Church in Stayton.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

Marjorie M. Humphreys – Sublimity, OR

Marjorie Marie Humphreys

September 30, 1931 – May 20, 2016

Sublimity, Oregon

Marge061Marjorie was born September 30, 1931 to Peter and Nettie (VanHandel) Gries in Stayton, Oregon.  Marjorie attended St. Boniface grade school and high school, graduating from high school in 1949.  She met Robert Humphreys on a blind date, and they were married in 1951.   They were married for 50 years, until Robert’s death in 2001. 

Bob and Marge worked side by side on their farm in the hills between Silverton and Sublimity, raising grass seed, along with grain crops, sheep, cattle, pigs, chickens, horses and the four children.  Marge played a big role in the community by keeping the neighborhood connected, hosting an annual neighborhood Christmas brunch, baking birthday cakes for many neighbors, and baking pies for many church and Grange functions.  She was also an active member of the McAlpin Stitchers, Victor Point PTA, her Church Circle, and a 4-H leader.   Her greatest joy was being surrounded by Family.  Every Sunday afternoon was a family gathering, with her kids, grandkids, and great grandkids converging on the farm. 

She is survived by her siblings Marcella Lulay, Donna Lou Frost, Jim Gries, and Gary Gries as well as by her four children: Janet (Mike) Bothum of Silverton, Vicki (Ron) Sarazin of Sherwood, Rob (Linda) Humphreys of Oregon City, and Mark (Cindy) Humphreys of Eugene.   In addition to her siblings and children Marjorie is survived by 12 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.   Marge was preceded in death by her husband Robert, and siblings Muriel Hafner, and Jack Gries. 

A rosary will be said at 6:30 PM on Wednesday May 25 at St. Boniface Church in Sublimity.  A funeral Mass will be held at St. Boniface Catholic Church on Thursday, May 26 at 11:00 AM. There will be a reception at St Anthony Hall following mass.  In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate a contribution to the Robert and Marjorie Humphreys Scholarship Fund (check payable to PBNC Foundation) for the further education of the Service Partners and others at Orchard House and the Benedictine Center in Mt. Angel. 

Mary Bolliger – Silverton, OR

Mary Ann Bolliger

December 4, 1933 – May 10, 2016

Silverton, Oregon

A graveside service was held on Friday, May 13, at the German Apostolic Cemetery in Silverton.

No obituary submitted.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

Sandra Ford (McGinnis) – McMinnville, OR

Sandra Faye Ford

August 6, 1950 – March 8, 2016

McMinnville, Oregon

Graveside service was held Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at McBride Cemetery in Carlton, OR.

No obituary submitted.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.


Lester David Wallace

February 20, 1930 – January 17, 2016

Show Low, Arizona


Viewing was on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at Weddle Funeral Chapel. Funeral Service was held on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at Weddle Funeral Chapel.

Interment at Lone Oak Cemetery in Stayton.

No obituary submitted.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.


Wanda “White” Chance

March 10, 1922 – January 16, 2016

Sublimity, Oregon


Wanda “White” Chance was born on March 10, 1922 near Gates, Oregon. She died on January 16, 2016 at the age of 93. In 1932 she moved to Mill City, Oregon where she lived until 1989, when she moved to Stayton, Oregon. Wanda married Stanley Chance in 1940. They were married for 53 years until his passing in 1993. She was employed at the Mill City Pharmacy, retiring after 25 years. She enjoyed reading, gardening, and cooking. Wanda was preceded in death by her son, a brother, and two sisters. She is survived by her daughter, Christine in Lyons, Oregon. Brother, Harry White in Sublimity, Oregon and multiple nieces and nephews. Per her request, no services will be held. Private interment to take place in City View Cemetery.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

PEGGY S. COLE – Lebanon, OR

Peggy Sue Cole

June 24, 1936 – January 8, 2016

Lebanon, Oregon


Private Family services to be held at a later date.

No obituary submitted.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

Larry R. Bruce – Salem, OR

Bruce, LarryLarry Robert Bruce

September 22, 1943 – December 16, 2015

Salem, Oregon

Larry R. Bruce, 72 passed away in his home on December 16, 2015 at the age of 72. He was born on September 22, 1943 in Silverton Oregon to JD Bruce and Loraine ( Duchateau ) Bruce.

Larry resided in the Sublimity area his entire life. BrucePac as we know it today is the direct result of the passion Larry had for the meat business. Under Larry’s guidance the Company grew from the original location in Sublimity to locations in Silverton, Woodburn, Tres Rios Brazil and the most recent facility in Durant Oklahoma, which is scheduled to open in February of 2016. Larry will be greatly missed by all those fortunate enough to have known him.

Larry was preceded in death by his parents JD and Loraine and his  brother Perry. He is survived by his wife Gleidis; his sister Linda his son Robert and his wife Kimberly; grandchildren JD, Valeska, Jaaron and Alyvia.

Visitation will be  held Monday, Dec. 21st , 10:00 am – 6:00 pm at Weddle Funeral Chapel, 1777 N. Third Ave. , Stayton, OR. Funeral Mass will be held Tues. Dec. 22nd at 11:00 am at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Sublimity. Burial at Cemetery of Holy Angels. Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services. Online condolences to Weddle-Funeral.Com.


Geneva M. Handsaker – Aumsville, OR

Scan0002Geneva Mae Handsaker

December 20, 1921 – December 8, 2015

Aumsville, Oregon


Graveside Service to be held on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 1:00 PM at Lone Oak Cemetery. Full obituary to follow.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.


Blaylock, StevenSteven  L.  Blaylock

September 26, 1964 – December 7, 2015

Gates, Oregon

Steven was born in San Fernando, CA to Tommy Lee and Sharon Dee (Pierce) Blaylock. He graduated from Santiam High School in 1983 and served the next four years in the Air Force based in Texas, California, Alaska and Washington. Steve spent most of his life residing in Mill City and surrounding areas. He worked as a self-employed roofing contractor for Blaylock Roofing

Steve’s love for the outdoors was only surpassed by the love he had for his family. His door was always open to anyone, especially his kids and their friends. He was a friend to every person he ever met.  Steve enjoyed hunting, trap shooting, spending time with family and making people laugh.

Steven is survived by his children Wade Blaylock, Caitlin Taylor, Jared Blaylock, Ashlyn Blaylock, and Kelly Theurkoff; grandchildren Rowdy Taylor and Emery Taylor; siblings John Blaylock, Sherry Vogel, Susie Dent, and Terry Goertzen.

In lieu of gifts, donations for a memorial plaque will be accepted at his celebration of life, which will be held at Stayton Community Center on Saturday, December 19th from 1-4pm.


Barnes, Richard


April 26, 1925 – Oct. 8, 2015

Sublimity, Oregon


Richard Lloyd Barnes was born in Bothell, Washington on the 26th day of April 1925. He passed way in Silverton, Oregon on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the age of 90. He was the son of Herbert and Anne Barnes. Rich graduated from Gresham High School in 1943, and he served in the US Navy until his honorable discharge in 1946 as a 2nd class seaman. He graduated from Oregon State College (University) in 1948. After graduation, he taught agriculture to WWII veterans in Silverton. Rich was a farmer in Marion County for many years. He also served the farming community on a number of boards, including the Marion County Dairy Breeders, Mayflower Farms, the Farm Credit Association of Salem, and as director and chairman of the Federal Farm Credit District 12 – Spokane bank. Rich was a deeply committed Christian who attended and was on the board of the Stayton Christian Church for decades. Over many years, he also served the Christian community by participating on the boards of Wi-Ne-Ma Christian Camp and the Oregon Christian Convention. For recreation, Rich enjoyed hunting, fishing, and traveling with family and friends. What he loved most in recent years was watching his grandchildren play sports. He married Alice Jean Fisher on September 12, 1952 in Stayton, Oregon, and they made their home in the Silverton area for most of their 63 years of married life. In addition to his very much loved wife, Alice Jean, Rich is survived by his children Linda (Tom) Samek of Sublimity, Betty Jo (Mark) Steele of Silverton, Susan (Cliff) McGuffin of Silverton, Eric (Pam) Barnes of Silverton, and Lois (Ken) Mulkey of Salem; sister Lois (Art) Endresen and brother Bob (Sibyl) Barnes both of Silverton; and 12 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Condolences may be offered through Weddle Funeral Services at:


Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, October 11 at 4:00 p.m. at the Stayton Christian Church.


Memorial contributions can be made to the Stayton Christian Church or to Wi-Ne-Ma Christian Camp.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.



Theresa D. Klopfenstein – Scio, OR.

10474661_967766943269652_930643372010798855_nTheresa D. Klopfenstein

September 11, 1957 – October 2, 2015

Scio, Oregon

Theresa Klopfenstein, of Scio, Oregon, passed away on Oct. 2, 2015 in Salem, Oregon, at the age of 58. She was born Theresa Diane DeHart Sept. 11, 1957, in Puyallup, Washington, to Buster and LaFern DeHart.

Theresa graduated from Silverton High School and attended OSU and a veterinary trade school in Seattle. Some of her first jobs were as a waitress at Two Grandmas in Silverton and a salesperson at Sears. She began working for the State of Oregon in 1987. She has worked in the Department of Motor Vehicles, Fairview Training Center, Oregon State Police, Oregon Military Department and Joint Force Headquarters Family Programs. She was well known for her positive, upbeat attitude and her ability to make her coworkers laugh. Her professionalism and expertise garnered her a Meritorious Service Medal and an Exceptional Service Medal for her support of the 2003 wildfire season. Theresa was most proud of her “Certified Payroll Professional” certification that she earned in 2008. Theresa was proud of the fact that her father-in-law Howard Klopfenstien had retired from the military department in 1987 and that she could carry on the family name there.

Her greatest joy was to spend quality time with her family. She also was very fond of her horses, and being a part of horse drill teams and taking road trips. Theresa was part of the Cascade Sweethearts, Rodeo Bandits, American Thunder and was an active member of the 40 Something Cowgirls, Oregon Equestrian Trails, and the Back Country Horseman. Theresa was the northwest distributor of Pounds, a horse supplement and was very active in all of the local horse events. In addition to the horses she loved to ride the motorcycle with Duane and the Albany Oregon motorcycle group.

Theresa was preceded in death by her father Buster, survivors include her husband, Duane, whom she married Aug. 26, 1978 in Salem; mother, LaFern DeHart; daughter, Rene’ Breedlove; brothers and sisters, Tommy and David DeHart, Melanie Land and Ellen Archer; grandchildren, Courtney and Grant.

Funeral service for Theresa will be held at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 3295 Ladd Ave NE in Salem on October 17, 2015, at 2:00. Internment and reception following service.

Memorial contributions can be made to the JFHQ Family Programs or the National Guard scholarship program.


Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services.

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Weddle Funeral Services is honored to have won Best Funeral Services two years in a row and has served the Stayton area since 1917. Even though the business changed hands in 2008, the new owners are folks rooted in Stayton, and Weddle’s continues to be family owned and operated. The friendly staff are experienced and kind, helping maintain a warm, welcoming and comfortable environment. They do their best to honor all requests of any family traditions or practices. Because it is important to serve the entire family, they also provide toys and activities to keep children occupied. Weddle’s offers affordable services and exceptional value with compassion and care.

GARY E. JONES – Stayton, OR

GaryEdwardJonesGary E. Jones

December 24, 1946 – March 25, 2015

Stayton, Oregon

Gary was born December 24, 1946 in Oregon City, Oregon. He was the eldest of five children born to Edward A. Jones and Corrinne M. Jones (Engelman). His sister Carla (Gary) Rogers, sister Janice Brooten, brother Pat and sister Kim (Dennis) Kelley.

Gary graduated from North Marion high school in 1965. Soon after graduation, he joined the United States Coast Guard where he proudly served in Vietnam aboard the Coast Guard Cutter ‘The Barataria’ as a Radioman 3rd Class. He was honorably discharged in 1969 and came back to dry land with lifelong friends and many stories that he loved to tell.

Gary retired as a Sergeant from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office after 26 years serving his community.

For nearly 25 years, Gary was also a proud member of the Silverton Elk’s Lodge 2210. He held almost every office in the lodge and serving as Exalted Ruler twice. He was a District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler for two terms. He was very proud of the work done through the lodge. Gary held several OSEA positions over the years.

Gary was preceded in death by his father, mother and brother Pat.

Gary is survived by wife Andrea, son Jason (Jennifer) 3 grandsons Seth, Brandon and Zachary. Their daughter Tricia (Warren) blessed him with 4 grandchildren, Austin, Ryan, Joshua and Briana Corrinne. Gary loved to spend time with his family. The love and pride he had for his children and grandchildren is unmatched.


Website for Silverton Elk’s lodge 2210


Services for Gary will be held April 4, 2015 4:00pm at the Silverton Elks Lodge.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton Oregon


October 5, 1930 – October 6, 2014

Resided in Salem, Oregon

Meyer, Violet 1It was an early day in October 1930, when John G. Kennedy and Judith Elnora Forsling Kennedy of Sioux City, Iowa gave birth to a daughter as beautiful as all God’s flowers. They named her “Violet”. As the years unfolded, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy realized that Violet was as mischievous as she was beautiful. Her father John would often joke, “I walk Violet to school at West Jr. High, watch the front door close behind her and the back door open in front of her, and away she would go.” In her late teenage years Violet met the man of her dreams, Ronald John Meyer. In 1948 Ronald moved to Silverton, Oregon and shortly after requested Violet join him and become his wife. Violet worked for Bell Telephone in Salem as a telephone operator for 20 years. Together on a large farm in Turner, Oregon they built their dreams and raised six children; Dennis Meyer of Salem, Rhonda Harsted of Salem, Raymond “Scott” Meyer (deceased), Angela “Angel” Becktold of Salem, Sherry Martin (deceased), and Gary Meyer of Marion. Violet also had 15 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, and many great-great-grandchildren. Violet was immensely loved and will be missed by her family, friends, and all that knew her. Viewing is Thursday, October 9 from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and funeral service is Friday, October 10 at 2:00 P.M., both at Weddle Funeral Chapel in Stayton. Tall tales and a memory potluck to follow at the Meyer Residence. 

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, OR.

AUSTIN H. LOCKE – Stayton, OR.

July 6, 1923 – September 17, 2014
Resided in Stayton, Oregon

Locke, Austin (2)Stayton – Austin “Hugh” Locke was born in Marion, Oregon to Austin Calvin and Nona Locke. His ancestors were some of the earliest settlers to the Willamette Valley via wagon train on the Oregon Trail. He grew up in Buena Vista and Silverton, graduating from Silverton High School in 1942. Austin married Asella “Sally” on April 25, 1945 in Salem and together they raised 5 children. They moved to Grand Ronde in 1954, but resided most of their life in Salem. Austin served in the Pacific Theater of WWII as a staff Sergeant with the Marine Air Corps on Midway Island. He worked many years for the Oregon State Highway Department. He also worked as a heavy equipment operator, including his own logging and other wood products businesses. He also helped with design and did most of the land clearing for Elkhorn Valley Golf Course. Austin spent the last few years as caretaker of his grand-niece and nephew’s farm, “Doerfler Farms”. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and working outdoors. Austin greeted everyone with a great smile which will be Locke, Austinmissed by all. He kept Ducks and Beaver shirts in his closet to keep his “House Divided” children happy when they visited. Austin was preceded in death by his wife, Asella ”Sally” and sons Don and Monte. he will be greatly missed by his children, Gene (Cathi) Locke of Salem, Nancy (Claude “JR”) Cobb of Scio, and Keith (Kathy) Locke of St. Helens; “adopted daughter” Amy Doerfler Phelan; daughter-in-law Michelle Locke; grandchildren Troy, Tracy, Dawn, Sean, Kyle, Dustin, Meagan, Sterling, and Kristin; step granddaughters Amanda and Sara; 13 grandchildren; and siblings James Sr., George, Winona Steckley, and Harold. Contributions can be made to Willamette Valley Hospice or charity of choice. Memorial service Saturday, September 27 at 2:00 P.M. at St. Boniface Catholic Church and Cemetery in Sublimity, Oregon. Remembrance lunch following in rectory basement.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, OR.


Keys, Olga JeanDecember 12, 1929 – July 8, 2014

Olga Jean Keys, daughter of Lewis and Gladys Graham, passed away peacefully on July 8th 2014 surrounded by family. She is survived by her husband John “Jack” Keys, her son Mike Keys and daughters Vicki Tournay, April Kelley and Amy White. Jean is further survived by her eleven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Jean was born on December 12th, 1929 in La Junta, Colorado eventually moving to Oregon where she filled her days with writing, painting, sewing and loving her family.

Mom was a hot mess, a renaissance woman, with humbling artistic talents. She treated everyone with a charming smile, even though she was shy. She was a family counselor, a friend, a confidante, and always ready to fill the moment with laughter; in short an inspiration to all. Mom never met a piece of chocolate she didn’t like and firmly believed that it was a miraculous cure for everything. Her artistic prowess had no bounds. She loved expressing herself through various art forms such as acting, singing, playing the piano, writing, poetry and painting. There wasn’t a canvas Mom couldn’t cover with paint; whether a wall, a door, furniture, her grandkids, or a ladder. Most often found in her hair or coffee mug. She enjoyed making outfits for her grandchildren and was ever the consummate costume maker. Every year on Halloween, she loved to dress up and greet everyone at her door with her best witch’s cackle.

With a wicked sense of humor, knowledge, and tears supported her children as they raised her perfect grandchildren. Attending every birth of the precious babes. Plotting ways to spoil and serve them chocolate. “I wish you good health, I wish you much wealth, remember my birthday is December the twelfth.”

Mom and Dad celebrated 66 years of marriage on June 26th, 2014. Dad first laid eyes on Mom when she walked up a set of stairs, long blonde hair swinging with the sway of her hips, into an ROTC dance. He has always said that from the moment he set eyes on her, it was love. Dad jokes that he took her home that night and kept her forever. Turns out, Dad had to keep her because Mom went home that night and told her parents that she had met the man she was going to marry.

In 1973, Mom was lovingly, officially adopted by her step-father James Graham. Mom never figured out a way to make this a “second” birthday celebration but she did pull out the can of Hershey’s chocolate and took a swig.

Even though the last 10 years Mom’s talents have been dancing around inside her head, her family has kept her legacy of love, compassion, laughter and selflessness going strong into future generations.

We would like to thank Dr. Gabe and Silver Gardens Marquis Care for their compassionate care over the years.

A chocolate service of Celebration for Jean will be held on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. Silverton Senior Center 115 Fairview Street, Silverton, Oregon   Please make any donations to the Silverton Arts Association.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, OR.



Meyer, Ronald 1

October 24, 1923 –June 17, 2014
Salem, OregonMeyer, Ronald 2

Ronald was born in Le Mars, Iowa to Edward and Anna Meyer. The family settled in the Willamette Valley. Ron served his country with the U.S. Army in the 101st Airborne seeing combat in the European Theater. Ron met and married Violet Kennedy in Silverton on May 7, 1949. They lived and worked on the family farm in Central Howell until 1952 when they moved to Salem. In 1958 they bought a large farm in Turner where Ron pursued his love of raising cattle by day and worked in Lumber Mills by night. In retirement the farm was sold and Ron and Violet moved to Salem. He was a member of the Catholic Church. Ronald was preceded in death by his parents, 2 sisters, a brother, son Scott Meyer, and daughter Sherry Martin. He will be missed by his wife, Violet, children; Dennis Meyer, Rhonda Harstad, both of Salem Angela Becktold of Stayton, Gary Meyer of Marion, 15 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren and several great great grandchildren. Visitation will be Sunday, June 22 from 9 – 5 and the Funeral Service will be Monday, June 23 at 1:30 p.m. both at Weddle Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow at City View Cemetery with Military Honors.

Arrangements entrusted to Weddle Funeral Services Stayton, Oregon.

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