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Full title: Change of Address for Brent C. Strickland From: Whiteford, Taylor & Preston L.L.P., 7501 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 700W, Bethesda, MD 20814 To: Whiteford Taylor Preston, LLP, 111 Rockville Pike, Suite 800, Rockville, MD 20850 filed by Karen A. Giannelli on behalf of New England Motor Freight, Inc.. (Giannelli, Karen) (Entered: 05/27/2021)

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To: "Giannelli, Karen A." <KGiannelli@gibbonslaw.com> Subject: U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey - Undeliverable Notice, In re: New England Motor Freight, Inc., Case Number: 19-12809, JKS, Ref: [p-164743849] Notice of Undeliverable Mail to Debtor/Debtor's Attorney May 28, 2021 From: United States Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey No further notices will be mailed to the notice recipient(s) listed below, if the USPS continues to designate the address as undeliverable, until the address is updated in accordance with local court policy, which may allow for use of this form, a separate notice of change of address, and/or an amended schedule. If this form is used by your court in place of filing a separate notice of change of address and/or an amended schedule: 1) determine the updated address and send the attachment to each recipient below; 2) type or print legibly each updated address below; 3) sign and date the form; and 4) file this form electronically via CM/ECF (for all registered users) or mail the form to: U.S. Bankruptcy Court MLK Jr Federal Building Undeliverable Address: Brent C. Strickland Whiteford, Taylor & Preston L.L.P. 7501 Wisconsin Avenue,

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From: USBankruptcyCourts@noticingcenter.com Date: May 27, 2021 at 1:22:43 PM EDT To: "Giannelli, Karen A." <KGiannelli@gibbonslaw.com> Subject: U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey - Undeliverable Notice, In re: New England Motor Freight, Inc., Case Number: 19-12809, JKS, Ref: [p-164743849] Notice of Undeliverable Mail to Debtor/Debtor's Attorney May 28, 2021 From: United States Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey Re: U.S. Courts, Bankruptcy Noticing Center - Undeliverable Notice In re: New England Motor Freight, Inc., Case Number 19-12809, JKS TO THE DEBTOR/DEBTOR'S ATTORNEY: The attachment could not be mailed to the notice recipient(s) listed below because the United States Postal Service (USPS) has determined that those addresses in the case mailing list are undeliverable. Please be advised that dischargeability of a debt may be affected if a creditor fails to receive certain notices. You should determine whether an address should be updated. NOTE: No further notices will be mailed to the notice recipient(s) listed below, if the USPS continues to designate the address as undeliverable, until the address is updated in accordance with local court policy, which may allow for use of this form, a separate notice of change of address, and/or an amended schedule. THIS FORM CANNOT BE USED TO ADD A NEW CREDITOR NOT PREVIOUSLY LISTED ON YOUR SCHEDULES. If this form is used by your court in place of filing a separate notice of change of address and/or an amended schedule: 1) determine the updated address and send the attachment to each recipient below; 2) type or print legibly each updated address below; 3) sign and date the form; and 4) file this form electronically via CM/ECF (for all registered users) or mail the form to: U.S. Bankruptcy Court MLK Jr Federal Building 50 Walnut Street Newark, NJ 07102 Undeliverable Address: Brent C. Strickland Whiteford, Taylor & Preston L.L.P. 7501 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 700W Bethesda, MD 20814 Role type/cr id: aty Reason Undeliverable: FORWARDING ORDER HAS EXPIRED THE UPDATED ADDRESS IS:

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Brent C. Strickland Whiteford Taylor Preston, LLP 111 Rockville Pike Suite 800 Rockville, MD 20850 May 27, 2021__________________________ ______________________________________ Signature of Debtor or Debtor's Attorney Date The Bankruptcy Noticing Center does not respond to messages regarding bypass notification. Please contact the U.S. Bankruptcy Court where the case is pending with questions or comments.

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