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Dennis M McGlynn (5.0 miles)
Real Estate
717 Main St,
Portage, PA 15946, Cambria County
LAWPOINTS 17
Ferdinand Bionaz (4.9 miles)
Real Estate
717 Main Street,
Portage, PA 15946, CAMBRIA County
LAWPOINTS 15
Michael A Sossong (5.4 miles)
Litigation
713 Mountain Ave,
Portage, PA 15946, Cambria County
LAWPOINTS 12
Franklin Delano Roush (3.5 miles)
General Practice
Salix, PA 15952, CAMBRIA County
LAWPOINTS 12
Lucille J. Wess (4.0 miles)
General Practice
2127 Buckhorn Rd,
Summerhill, PA 15958, CAMBRIA County
LAWPOINTS 12
Betsy Eileen Griffin (4.2 miles)
General Practice
72 Oak St,
Windber, PA 15963, SOMERSET County
LAWPOINTS 12
Ralph J. Talarigo (4.8 miles)
General Practice
922 Main St,
Portage, PA 15946, CAMBRIA County

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