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LAWPOINTS 17
Edward S. Newlin (2.4 miles)
General Practice
Tyrone, PA 16686, BLAIR County
LAWPOINTS 12
Zoe Elaine Babe (2.3 miles)
General Practice
19 E 10th St, Apt 1
Tyrone, PA 16686, BLAIR County
LAWPOINTS 12
James H. Bigelow (2.9 miles)
General Practice
804 Highland Dr,
Tyrone, PA 16686, BLAIR County
LAWPOINTS 12
Perry Lynn Flaugh (5.2 miles)
General Practice
618 East 8Th Street,
Bellwood, PA 16617, Blair County
LAWPOINTS 7
John W. Newlin (2.4 miles)
General Practice
Tyrone, PA 16686, BLAIR County
LAWPOINTS 7
Benjamin C. Jones (2.5 miles)
General Practice
Jones Building,
Tyrone, PA 16686, BLAIR County
LAWPOINTS 7
Richard A. Behrens (3.9 miles)
General Practice
254 Hickory Dr,
Tyrone, PA 16686, BLAIR County

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