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Does anybody support the punctuation in the following sentence?

Frank Phillips (35) of Milwaukee WI, David Dagwood (22) of El Paso TX, and Steve Schmidt (44) of Sarasota FL were involved in the conspiracy.

Thanks.
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victoDoes anybody support the punctuation in the following sentence?
Frank Phillips (35) of Milwaukee WI, David Dagwood (22) of El Paso TX, and Steve Schmidt (44) of Sarasota FL were involved in the conspiracy.
I think it's acceptable. Some might prefer commas between the cities and states, but it's quite clear and easy to read as it is.
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victoFrank Phillips (35) of Milwaukee WI, David Dagwood (22) of El Paso TX, and Steve Schmidt (44) of Sarasota FL were involved in the conspiracy.
You can use semicolon to separate monstrous list:

"Frank Phillips (35) of Milwaukee, WI; David Dagwood (22) of El Paso, TX; and Steve Schmidt (44) of Sarasota, FL, were involved in the conspiracy.

Here are some examples from online:

Use a semicolon [ ; ]
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