How Do I Hide End Of Line Resistor On Surface Window Contacts?

I got a design that is using a bunch of addressable modules for various windows throughout a building. Each sensor loop for the addressable module will have one or two surface mount window mag contacts in the loop. Need to use an end of line (EOL) resistor on the sensor loop, and having a hard time figuring out the best way to insert the EOL resistor without having it sticking out like a sore thumb and still be by the last window contact. The current plan is to use a normally closed loop, so the resistor needs to be in series with the contact(s). Anyone willing to share a "This is how we did it" idea?

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