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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Austin Reed Russell, 28, Vancouver, and Manon Bethel Dunham, 27, Vancouver.

Benjamin David Thompson, 29, Washougal, and Jaylee Mae Lynn Mayer, 25, Washougal.

Deanna V. Mailyan, 20, Battle Ground, and Maxim Roman Antipkin, 21, Portland.

Douglas Troy Runyan, 40, Vancouver, and Ellinore Anne Sherwin, 33, Vancouver.

Enal Shahid Razvi, 53, Camas, and Jeff Liyn Fan, 60, Camas.

Francesca Giovanna Bologna, 32, Vancouver, and Zachery Richard Perry, 35, Vancouver.

Joshua Jonathan Alvarez, 24, Vancouver, and Reyna Beatriz Ramirez Almazan, 28, Vancouver.

Lauriano Farias Pulido, 34, Vancouver, and Viridiana Ambriz Palomares, 36, Vancouver.

Madeline Eileen Seipp, 24, Portland, and Luke Stephen Etherton, 25, Portland.

Mitchell Douglas Clark, 34, Vancouver, and Alexander Jose Elerick, 22, Vancouver.

Peggy Sue Wiederkehr, 55, Corvallis, Ore., and Joseph Robert Hawes, 57, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Jane Anne Rossiter and Rex Moffett Williamson.

Jose Juan Lopez-Mandujano and Petra Soto-Soto.

Kyarana Rae and Michael Jeremy Jiganie. Petitioner’s name changed to Kyarana Rae Wright.

Philco Scott and Darline Anne Stewart.

PETITIONS FILED

Allen Scott Bessette and Teresa E. Smith.

Karen and Priciano A. Lopez.

Makiko and Alan Koop.

Monica and William Henry Baldree.

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.

SUPERIOR

Dean Michael Abelsen, 53, no address listed, 60 days, second-degree identity theft.

Ernesto A. Cisneros Ramirez, 29, 3100 N.E. 78th Ave., 366 days, third-degree assault.

Matthew James Balogh, 41, 6221 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. Apt 213, 202 days, second-degree attempted vehicle theft.

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