Lee County Extension
Meet the Master Gardeners

Millisa Bell is a native Floridian raised in Orlando where she was blessed with the freedom to climb trees and pluck fresh citrus from the abundantly fruiting branches. She earned a degree from FGCU in Environmental Studies while enjoying a career in church administration. As a never-ending student of nature, Millisa directs her time toward promoting organic gardening, local food production, environmental awareness and sustainable practices.

Lynn Berreitter, class of 2011, originally from Ewing, New Jersey, moved to Bokeelia in 2001.  Lynn is an Environmental (wetland) Consultant and Photographer.  More about Lynn can be found at http://www.berreitter.com/About%20the%20Photographer.htm

She grows vegetables and likes woodland gardening, fruit trees, and butterflies.  She is a nature photographer and photographs all aspects of flowers, birds, and animals.

Kelly Bishop, class of 2009, is from the south side of Cincinnati, Ohio.  She was a manager in a plastic container manufacturing plant for 25+ years.  An avid tennis player, she has combined tennis and gardening by volunteering at the W&S Cincinnati Open professional tournament every hot, humid August.  She has been a Master Gardener in Ohio since 2003 and participates in several garden projects in public spaces in greater Cincinnati.  She moved to south Fort Myers in 2004, but still goes back to Ohio in the off season.   

She has gardened at Lakes Park and joined the library speaking group this year.  She is a first-time herb gardener in the Lakes Park Community garden and leads walks at Six Mile Cypress Slough.

Craig Blume, class of 2011 was born and raised in South Illinois where the corn is the sweetest and the winters are brutal.  He graduated from St. Louis University in 1960 and spent the next five years in the US Army.  He was the CEO from the Midwest Sunray Lighting company and Present of Ener-Phase Systems and a private business consultant.  He likes to garden at his home and plans to specialize in pest control of plants.

Lucy Breitung, class of 2011 is from Springfield IL and moved to Florida in 2009.  Now retired she does anything she wants to do. She has a Florida Friendly landscape and enjoys the natural beauty of Florida and the wildlife.

Alma Bush, class of 2011, was born in Ohio and lived most recently outside of New Philadelphia in East Central Ohio.  She was a newsroom librarian during the week, and on weekends, he husband (David, class of 2009) and she raised flowers on their tree farm.  She moved to South Fort Myers full time in August 2007.  Since 2009, she has been volunteering at Lakes Regional Parks in the former fragrance garden. She loves working with our team of great gardeners.

Warren Bush is a retired school administrator from Northwest Ohio. He settled in Cape Coral, Florida in 1998 and became a Florida Master Gardener in December, 2005.  Warren's primary gardening interests are with Florida native plants and related environmental issues. He teaches FYN Introductory classes, participates in FYN Rain Barrel Workshops and represents Lee County FYN on the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program's Citizen Advisory Committee.

Kim Cooprider, class of 1991, grew up in Buffalo, New York, where her grandparent’s garden was full of roses, lilacs, tulips and many other flowers, as well as raspberries.  She was a late bloomer, finally earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of South Florida.  She lived in several different places before moving to south Ft. Myers in 1987.  

Kim volunteers at the Extension Office horticultural desk and assists Stephen Brown in research and preparation of native plant fact sheets.  She considers her yard to be her artist’s palette of plants and enjoys experimenting with different colors and textures.

David Craun, class of 2009, is a retired attorney and land use planer.  He was a Master Gardener York County, Pennsylvania and a member of the Lee County Master Gardener class of 2009.  He enjoys vegetable and fruit gardening, home landscaping design and planting, and garden and landscaping maintenance.  He works on the gardens at Terry Park and with the FYN program.

Donna Cressman has had a long and enjoyable career connecting people and books.  She managed a chain of bookstores in Philadelphia for ten years.  Then she and her husband, George Boyer, owned and operated their own stores, Maxwell Books, near   Dallas, Texas.  After they retired, she and George moved to the "City of Palms".  Donna took the Master Gardener course to learn more about palms and other tropical plants, and graduated in 2005.  She enjoys working in the Palm Garden and the Butterfly Garden, as well as assisting in the FYN program.

Dick Dutton was born in Santa Rosa, California (Home of Luther Burbank). In 1973, He moved to Indiana to work with International Harvester. In 2003, Dick relocated to Okeechobee, Florida, where he became a Master Gardener that same year. By 2006, he was in Fort Myers and was accepted into the Lee County Master Gardener Program. Dick works the Horticultural Desk, volunteers at the greenhouse at Edison-Ford Estate, and is a member of the mulch assessment team.

Gayle Edwards was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. She is married to a Ford Motor Company employee for the past 41 years. She has learned to "Bloom wherever they were transferred." Detroit and Livonia in Michigan and Lima and Bay Village in Ohio as well as Bicknacre, England were once called "home" before moving to southwest Florida in 1998. Gayle was president of her garden club for 10 years and became an Ohio Master Gardener in 1996 and was a member of the 1999 Lee County Master Class that reworked the Butterfly Garden. She enjoys golf, cooking, quilting, photography, eco-tourism and membership in the Florida Native Plant Society as well as gardening. She has a tendency to take current interest to the obsessive level. Come visit her in the Butterfly Garden on Tuesday mornings.

Suzanne Frechette is a 2002 University of Rhode Island Master Gardener who moved to Fort Myers in 2009. She taught high school English, Creative Writing, and Yearbook Journalism for 31 years. She also earned a MEd in Art from Rhode Island School of Design. Since moving to Fort Myers, she has become a trained volunteer naturalist at Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve where she leads guided walks and a twice monthly sketching club. A life-long gardener who loves to play in the dirt and has a passion for pruning, Suzanne enjoys learning more about native plants and the communities they support. 

Peg Gutmann, class of 2007, moved from Michigan in November 2006 after spending 29 years working for Ford Motor Company as an environmental engineer.  Peg is a Michigan Advanced Master Gardener and in Florida works on native and herb gardens.

Karen Harty, Master Gardener class of 2013, moved from Allentown, Pennsylvania, to Lehigh Acres late in 2010. She was a self-employed graphic designer for 28 years before retiring in 2012. Karen has been gardening since she was 14 years old when her first job was working in a nursery propagating plants. Her gardening passion is for edibles of all kinds...even weeds.


R. Linda Hill graduated with the Lee County Master Gardener class of 2013. She is originally from Dover, MA, a town 20 miles southwest of Boston. Linda spent her whole working career in the Research Division of the Polaroid Corporation in Cambridge, MA.  For the first 18 years, she was an organic chemist responsible of the synthesis of dyes for the colored film.  Then, she made a career change into management and was the administrative manager of the Research Division which included project and facilities management as well as Manager of the Corporate Library.

She is currently a snowbird and has been in Fort Myers at Crown Colony for 5 seasons.

 Linda’s married name is Gardesohow how could she not become a gardener? She is co-chairman of the Crown Colony Garden Club.  Linda also is a member of the Chicatabot Garden Club in Dover MA where she is Horticultural chair and keeps the membership informed of various topics of interest including pest control, invasive plants, etc.  Linda has tried to pass on many of the things she has learned in the Master Gardener program such as how to have a “MA Friendly Garden”.  Most of her gardening is currently done in the summer in MA where she grows tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, squash, cucumbers, herbs and flowers.  Linda enjoys water aerobics and bike riding in Florida and she is an avid sailor in the summer on her boat in RI.

Debbie Hughes, class of 1996, grew up in Illinois, spending most of her time climbing all the trees, and smelling the flowers.  After graduating from Northwestern University with a physical therapy degree, I worked until I became a mother of four children.  When we moved to Florida in 1990, I began taking classes in horticulture including the Master Gardener class and anything else I could find.

Mostly a self taught horticulturist, I now work at the Edison and Ford Winter Estates as their Horticulturist.  I teach classes on gardening, write a blog on the http://www.efwefla.org website and care for the many plantings at the Estate Gardens. 

Marty Kendall grew up in the middle of corn fields in Ohio and always enjoyed warm tomatoes just off the vine.  After much schooling, Marty had a private practice in clinical psychology for many years in Michigan before moving to Florida in 2000.  Gardening, painting, scuba diving and archeology at the Randell Center are part of the daily ritual.  Her art work is at Wildchild Gallery in Matlacha, Florida, and her acre garden, complete with nesting eagles, is open daily for those who love the unusual.  Marty became a Florida Master Gardener in 2007.

Kenneth D. Laser, Ph.D., grew up in a farm community near Big Rapids, Michigan with one brother and four sisters, and in an era with Victory Gardens, butchering and harvesting crops of grain to feed cattle and pigs.  Ken was an active 4-H member until college, and was always interested in fruits and vegetables; actively engaged in growing gourds and sunflowers.  His Undergraduate Degree in Science is from Ferris State University (Big Rapids) and Masters Degree in Biology/Education from the University of Northern Iowa and Ph.D. in Developmental Botany from Iowa State University (Ames) with Post Doctoral experience at Indiana University, Bloomington . . . continuing his  research with Sorghum. Ken has been an educator, training teachers and teaching life sciences in the classroom for 48 years, first at the middle and high school level, then numerous colleges and universities (Iowa State, IU, Stonybrook University, University of MD in Europe, U of MO St. Louis, Salem State College), as Education Chairman at Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, now an Adjunct Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at Florida Gulf Coast University and Edison College. His two daughters are teachers in Phoenix, his son works as a Budget Analyst with NIH, and Ken has seven grandchildren. In 2004, Ken received the Outstanding Teachers Award from the University of Florida in Gainesville (IFAS and Biology Departments.) He now lives in Cape Coral where Ken practices a lot of horticulture that he has learned from being a Master Gardener.  Volunteer Activities:
Volunteers as answering service for MG Program.
Serves on the Planning Committee for the annual MG conference.

Celestine Luke was born in East Lansing, Michigan. She graduated from the University of Detroit School of Dental Hygiene. She became a Master Gardener in 1994. Celestine proctors the monthly pesticide exams, gives talk on orchids, and helps coordinate the plant clinics on Sanibel Island.

Philip Marks is a retired physician of 37 years in Southern California.  He formerly specialized in roses, specimen trees, and lawns. He moved to Sanibel two and a half years ago and has experienced several hurricanes.  He has no lawn – all mulch – mostly native trees, and shrubs.  Phil is now interested in palms, native plants, flowering shrubs, and unusual trees.  His other interests are: boating, inshore fishing, birding, and a member of the Planning Commission, City of Sanibel.

Jeannine Martin is a Master Gardener from the class of 2009.  Originally from Minnesota, she moved to Louisiana in 1972.  Upon becoming an empty nester, she worked a variety of jobs, including seasonal plant sales in Baton Rouge, construction in New Orleans, and landscape maintenance for the city of Winter Park, Florida, before earning a degree in Education in 1990.

Currently residing in North Fort Myers, she tends the Plumeria garden at Terry Park and helps with the other demonstration gardens there as well.  She is BPM certified.

Kay Martin came to Florida in 1993 from South Dakota where she gardened on a rocky hillside.  She was always interested in gardening and was a novice weaver and potter.

Babu Mathew, class of 2011 came to Cape Coral in 2010 via India and Columbus, Ohio.  She worked as a Investment Analyst and Sector manager for 30 yrs. Here in Florida, in a deed restricted community, she likes growing flowers, perennials, herbs, tomatoes, egg plants or whatever can be planted within the HOA restrictions. She uses her limited space to attract butterflies, song birds, and humming birds while augmenting her kitchen’s needs, with an organic gardening focus.

Marie Martone, class of 1997, was born in New York, where she spent summers on her grandparents 142 acre farm in the Hudson Valley.  Her lover for gardening and nature grew with her.  Marie has a PhD in clinical psychology with a specialty in neuropsychology.  She worked in a hospital setting as well as outpatient-inpatient county facility and in private practice in California.  She arrived in Florida in 1989, to be with her large family here in Fort Myers. 

Marie has been active in many different MG projects, but lately spends her time with the FYN projects and the Botanical Gardens.  She has passed her love for gardening to her children.

Sherry Matthias was born in North Dakota and raised in Virginia.  Gardening in Sherry’s family is in the genes.  Her grandparents were farmers in ND and southwestern VA.  Sherry’s father always had a garden and gave her a garden plot when she was 6 years old so that she could grow zinnias.  Sherry has been planting ever since.  Her brother is a MG in VA and works as a horticulturist at George Washington's Mt Vernon estate.  

Sherry’s career was spent in the business world of finance and operations for forty years. Moving to Ft Myers 13 years ago from VA was a lifelong dream comes true.  Now she is able to garden all year around in "paradise".  Sherry enjoys and grows EVERYTHING! She graduated with the class of 2013.

Originally from Boston, Karen Maxwell presently divides her time between Florida and Maine and is a Lee County Master Gardener (Class of 2012) and part of the Citrus Home Advisor team.  Her training as a Florida Certified Master Naturalist compliments cultivated gardening with an understanding and appreciation of native and invasive flora and their impacts in our Florida garden lives.  She is BMP Certified and an FNGLA certified horticulturist.  She currently enjoys serving as an interpreter of native plant environments in South Florida and is assisting the Director of the Mound House with the archeobotany of plants and the Calusa and providing tours of the unique gardens built on the shell mound. Her partner, Fred, also a Florida Master Naturalist, is part of the FWC Manatee Rescue Team.  Karen is available to speak on Growing Dooryard Citrus and Bringing the Garden Indoors or our Natives Plants, Historically Applications or to attend any Garden Party.

Barbara Meyer, class of 2002 was born in Chicago, IL and moved to Ft. Lauderdale at age 14. 

Her professional career involved working for several major airlines (one “crashed” on me) and being a travel consultant for American Express.  While moving around to accommodate work, she was not able to enjoy much “gardening.”  Barbara has lived in Florida many times/places: Ft. Lauderdale as a teen, 24 years in Tallahassee, several years in Miami and Sarasota, and 13 years in Cape Coral.  

At home, her “gardening” consists mainly of keeping the well-established plantings she inherited with her home (built in 1971).  Other efforts include some “de-turfing” of the property and adding more “Florida Friendly” plant matter.  She enjoys participating in many of the activities associated with being in the Master Gardener program. 

She volunteers as a public speaker on several subjects and is active in the Florida Yards program.  She looks forward once a week to being a “helper” at the Horticulture Desk at the IFAS Extension.  While working at the desk, she continually finds out how much more there is to learn. 

Karen Miller, class of 2011.was born in Danbury, CT, along with six sisters and four brothers.  They lived the last 25 years in Fairfield, CT.  She was in sales for a consulting company which worked with manufacturing companies to operate more efficiently.  

Ft. Myers is her residence, as they spend seven months each year here and the rest of the year live in Eastman, MA (Cape Cod).  

Being from a family of Master Gardeners (three sisters) and her Mom who always had a great perennial garden, she enjoyed learning gardening techniques from them.  She has vegetable and herb gardens, as well as her passion, perennial gardening.  She has always swapped plants, which made gardening much more affordable.  When visiting any of her family, the first thing they do, is walk through the garden to learn the latest changes under way.

Patricia Myers was born in north Florida, moved around the world as an Army brat, then kept moving with IBM, lived in Miami in a jungle before moving to Shell Point in Fort Myers.

In Miami, she worked for Barry Univ. as an Elderhostel coordinator, was a guide at Vizcaya and Fairchild Garden, and worked in her jungle of native and exotic trees and plants.

As a hobby, she makes themed gift baskets. She also makes name tents and centerpieces using local plants and flowers.

She has a lime grove at Shell Point and is especially fond of hibiscus and native bromeliads.

And she grows and eats all kinds of sprouts!

Pam Orr, Class of 2013 is originally from Omaha, NE. She also lived in San Francisco, CA and Gillette, WY, and spent a lot of time in Colorado. 

She and her husband owned a lawn and landscaping service when they first moved to Fort Myers, FL in 1984. In addition, Pam worked at Botanicus Wholesale Nursery in Bonita Springs, FL. 

During the Master Gardner Trainee Program, Pam grew an interest in trees and palms and plans on volunteering in that area to continue to keep “looking up.”

Lisa Oxton is originally from Washington, Missouri. Lisa love for gardening came from her mother and the "little old lady next door," both ladies were always growing unusual things in their backyards. She came to Naples Florida in 1988 as a result of a job transfer. She is a graduate of the 2002 Master Gardener class and is a Citrus Home Advisor.

Cliff Parker is a Iowa farm kid and worked in the family’s 6-8 acre garden starting as a child.  He peddled a lot of fruit and vegetables with a pony and cart in the close-by city of Clinton.  In addition, when he reached 10 or so he started doing “regular” farm work – lots of corn, soybean, hay, chickens, ducks, hogs, cattle and way too many cows!  He went to college and graduate school in the mid-west, and later to Princeton University.  After grad school, he joined the Executive Office of the President and worked for four Presidents; then, four different Federal agencies in various executive positions.  

Upon retirement in 1994, he took the master gardening (MG) class in Arlington, Virginia and volunteered at the U.S. Botanic Garden, including a couple of years in their orchid production facility.  Upon moving to south Fort Myers in 2003, he took the Lee County MG class in 2004.  He primarily volunteers with Florida Yards & Neighborhoods.  His gardening is currently limited to a number of “Florida (and Wildlife) Friendly Plants” including natives, orchids, bromeliads, and herbs.

Mary Ann Parsons, Master Gardener Class of 2002, was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She spent 30 years in Naperville, Illinois area working for AT&T/Western Electric/Lucent Technologies.  Mary Ann was a manager within Lucent Technologies Cellular Telephone Division managing software developers and software testing.  

Mary Ann has lived in Cape Coral since 2000. Besides gardening, she is active in her Homeowners Association, animal rescue, RiverWatch, Native Plant Society, and enjoys sharing her knowledge of Florida Friendly Landscaping techniques.

Bobbi Robertson graduated from our Master Gardener Class 2005.  She was born in Stratford, Connecticut, but spent most of her adult life in the Garden State of New Jersey.  Bobbi worked as a floral designer until retiring to North Fort Myers in 1995.  She has been working for the Boston Red Sox Spring Training for the past 16 years.  Bobbi is on the planning committee for the Butterfly Conference.  She has been the curator of the Herb Garden at Extension for the past 5 years.  She started Butterfly Garden in North Fort Myers. The next project that she has undertaken is going to be a Community Garden in North Fort Myers, where the focus will be on teaching children that their veggies don't come from Publix.  The final outcome will be for the children to sell their harvested veggies to the community.   

Hope Rooney, class of 2007, spent most of her formative years in North Florida helping raise five younger siblings and helping her grandparents on their farm. A stay in Gainesville resulted in a BS in Nursing; she made a career as a Public Health Nurse in Lee County. With her husband, a science and math teacher, she made a second career with the Department of Defense overseas school system, spending twenty years between Japan and Germany. Retired to Pine Island, she is embarking on a third career as a volunteer: a Master Gardener with FYN and the Extension Service, for the Pine Island Library and for the Museum of the Islands. She loves the challenge of trying to make things grow in her little corner of Pine Island and has yet to catch a snook.

Pat Rooney, class of 2011 was a Marine Brat born in Quantico with side trips to Camp Lejeune and Barstow, CA.   He graduated from Charlotte High in Punta Gorda and got a BS & MS from U of F.  Pat was a School teacher in Lee County and overseas with Department of Defense schools.  He retired in 2002 to St James City.  He is particularly interested in water conservation topics, rain barrels, and composter design. Photography is an interest as well.

Nicole Ryan, class of 2004, was born in Montclair NJ, raised in Fayetteville NY, and spent her married life in Boston MA and Wichita Kansas.  Nicole was a Master Gardener in MA and KS where she worked at the horticultural desk and herb and butterfly conferences.  She was a vegetable gardener as well as butterfly house guide at a botanical garden and earned her living as a travel agent for 35 years.   

 She was a Hospital volunteer and embroidered towel sets for them to sell.  Nicole was the president of Wichita Audubon Society in KS.  

For the last ten years, she lived in a HOA and turned her west yard into native FL FYN area.  She gives tours to people interested in Florida yard & or water front restoration and works on Mondays at the Horticultural Desk.  She is a speaker at FYN and community events.

Gisela Schwab was born near Stuttgart, Germany and was raised in New York City. She lived most of her married life in New Jersey. Gisela and her husband came to Fort Myers when she retired from active teaching of German and Russian in 1993. Gisela works at the Horticulture Advisor Desk and is a Citrus Home Advisor.

Barbara H. Shafer was born, raised and married in Fort Myers, Florida. She is the mother of three children, their spouses and seven grandchildren. She received her Bachelor of Arts from College of Wooster and Masters from University of South Florida. She is a retired physical education teacher and coach from Fort Myers High School. Barbara has been a Master Gardener since 2002 and volunteers in the Butterfly Garden.

John Sibley, class of 2005, moved to Lee County in 1979 from Connecticut.  Soon after he began a lawn maintenance business and expanded into landscaping. He opened All Native Garden Center, Nursery, and Landscapes in 2000 specializing in native, drought tolerant plants. He was the native plant expert for the "Florida Landscape" documentary produced by WGCU.  He serves on the board of the local chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society, the Association of Florida Native Nurseries and the Lee County Extension Service advisory board. John is a master gardener and very active in environmentally focused organizations.

Bob Soter, Class of 2011, grew up in Hampton, VA, went to grad school in Richmond, VA and had his first organic garden in a professor's back yard.  Bob and his wife, Linda, lived for 23 years in the Lehigh Valley of PA, in an oak log home. In back of their home they had two garden plots, for sweet corn and various vegetables. "We lived in the same county as Rodale Press that published Organic Gardening magazine and numerous related books and articles -- that was an important influence."
The Soters moved to southwest FL in 1998, and Bob is looking forward to applying his newly acquired Master Gardening knowledge and skills.

JoAnn Soyka, class of 2007, is a native New Jerseyian. She was a Laboratory Technician, first in electronics, then in adhesives and finally, her favorite, Environmental Testing.  Her husband and she moved to Fort Myers Florida in 2000.  Since her house in New Jersey was almost totally in shade, she plants flowering trees and ornamentals here in Florida.  They wanted to walk outside and pick their fruit, as many of their friends and relatives told them they did when they moved south.  Finding out how difficult that is here in Fort Myers, she became a Master Gardener to learn about growing things and tries to pass on that information to others.  She volunteers at the Fort Myers Farmer’s Market and spreads the word about the Florida Yards and Neighborhood Program to anyone who will listen.  She also volunteers at ECHO and at Lakes Park.

Ann Wagner, class of 2009 was raised on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, grew gladiolas for sale as a teenager.  She received a BA in English from University of Wisconsin, Whitewater and then a teaching certificate.  Ann taught at high schools in Wisconsin for almost 30 years and retired in 2003 and moved to Florida in 2008.  Her house in Delafield, Wisconsin was on garden tour because of natural wildflower landscaping.  She loves to travel, snorkel, tour gardens, breweries and vineyards, and has spent much time in the Caribbean and Europe.  She is married to a fantastic cook who is also a retired former teacher.

Kathy White was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, lived in Marietta, Georgia for 23 years and moved to Ft. Myers Beach in 2005. Kathy's husband and she resides at Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia during the summer months.  Kathy has worked as a medical laboratory technician, a secondary school chemistry teacher and retired as Director of the West Georgia Science and Technology Center. Impressed by the community work done by Master Gardener friends in Georgia, she became a Lee County Master Gardener in 2005.
Volunteer Activities:
- Lakes Park’s Fragrance Garden.
- Rutenberg Florida Yards and Neighborhoods (FYN) program.
- Interested in working with school groups.

Gail Wilder, class of 2011, was originally from Minneapolis, MN where she worked 30 years in bank marketing and seven years in retail.  She is a seasonal resident in Southwest Florida since 2007.  Gail Wilder spent the first two-thirds of her life learning all there was to know about flower gardening in the harsh climates of North Dakota and Minnesota.  After 30 years of watching her "plant babies" freeze to death each Minnesota winter, she fled the North for Southwest Florida.

With pick axe and rotor tiller, she and her husband arduously carved out the front landscape area of their new home. She researched winter-blooming tropical plants for months. She planted them for weeks.  She anticipated a beautifully blooming winter of 2010.  It was Florida's coldest winter in 30 years and all her tropical plants died.  That spring, she studied larval plants for native butterflies.  She planted them in a few days. That fall, she was rewarded with hundreds of Florida butterflies.  

Gail volunteers at Terry Park at the Horticulture Desk and Palm Garden. At home she has a native larval butterfly garden.  When she finds her permanent Fort Myers home, she plans to have a Certified Florida Friendly Yard.  

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