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June 28, 2022

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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Adriana Elizabeth Hernandez, 30, Vancouver, and Miguel Angel Sanchez, 29, Vancouver.

Christina Robin Eichler, 42, Vancouver, and Scott Randel Cervantez, 59, Vancouver.

Deborah Rose Depreta, 69, Vancouver, and George Michael Keller, 74, Vancouver.

James Alexander Matey, 22, Battle Ground, and Sarah Ashley Martin, 20, Camas.

Mario Fernando Leon Torres, 26, Vancouver, and Alisha Louise Hernandez, 32, Vancouver.

Michelle Diane Whaley, 41, Vancouver, and Michael Wayne Beauchamp, 45, Vancouver.

Molly Savanh Sien, 34, Vancouver, and Alexander Thomas Stoltenberg, 31, Vancouver.

Pavel Goncharuk, 21, Vancouver, and Nadezhda Korshunova, 21, Battle Ground.

Teah Marie Sarver, 37, Ridgefield, and David Ray Locicero, 51, Ridgefield.

Terissa Mae Tucker, 23, Vancouver, and Oliver Hernandez, 23, Vancouver.

Tianna Chevonne Beach, 26, Vancouver, and Arianna Nicole Noel, 21, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Amanda Hansen and Robert Thomas Godsil.

Bethany Nicole Hoffines and Luis Alberto Ekcan.

Karen Lynn and Brett Joseph Lechner. Petitioner’s name changed to Karen Lynn Forsythe.


Christina Ann Darlene and Tedarrel Shudel Flagge.

Cynthia Nicole and Michael Donald Betance.

Jaclynn Eva and Daniel Keith Womack.

Leah Marie and Eric Arden Smith.

Megan and Julie Morrell.

Timothy Joseph and Angela Nicole Delorme.

Court Sentencings

The Columbian’s policy is to publish all Clark County Superior Court felony sentencings, as provided by the Clark County Clerk’s Office. Addresses are provided by the courts and may have changed by the time of sentencing.


Chase Edward Stults, 29, 17805 N.E. 279th, Battle Ground, 22 months, residential burglary – domestic violence.

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