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LAWPOINTS 17
Barry Kade (2.9 miles)
General Practice
604 N. Main St., PO Box 55
Montgomery, VT 05470, Franklin County
LAWPOINTS 17
Allan E. Kalsmith (4.2 miles)
General Practice
Montgomery, VT 05470, Franklin County
LAWPOINTS 17
Christine A. Melicharek (6.9 miles)
General Practice
869 VT Route 109,
Belvidere Center, VT 05442, Lamoille County
LAWPOINTS 16
James Craig Lillicrap (7.8 miles)
General Practice
Lowell, VT 05847, Orleans County
LAWPOINTS 12
Michael P. Ledden, Attorney (2.0 miles)
General Practice
Montgomery Center, VT 05471, Franklin County
LAWPOINTS 12
William C. Harlow (4.2 miles)
General Practice
Montgomery, VT 05470, Franklin County
LAWPOINTS 12
Charles J. Leamy (7.2 miles)
General Practice
830 Jay Peak Road,
North Troy, VT 05859, Orleans County

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