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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Beatriz Concepcion Rojas Ozuna, 50, Vancouver, and Fernando Luis Vega Martinez, 40, Milwaukie, Ore.

Ilya Vladimirovich, 27, Vancouver, and Myriana Mykolaivna, 19, Vancouver.

James David Tynan, 56, Vancouver, and Mary Jansten Ascgue Schutte, 32, Vancouver.

Katelynn Daryle Lansdon, 29, Vancouver, and James Howard Mings Jr., 35, Vancouver.

Kevin Lavell Irvin, 57, Washougal, and Rodney Wayne Kissinger, 62, Washougal.

Maureen Anne Bryant, 39, Vancouver, and Kevin Eugene Tott, 52, Vancouver.

Olha Valeriivna Zhyvotovska, 18, Vancouver, and Danylo Protsenko, 26, Portland.

Raylin Nika, 36, Vancouver, and Ketson James Soichy, 33, Vancouver.

Terresa Ann Kraft, 61, Camas, and Michael Douglas Espinosa, 62, Camas.

Venessa Marie Livingston, 51, Vancouver, and John Arthur Clifford Kiphart, 52, Vancouver.

Wesley David Hill, 42, Vancouver, and Junna Lee, 41, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Carolyn Lorraine and Ty Marvin Bruhn. Petitioner’s name changed to Carolyn Lorraine Lepak.

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.


Leonard Gene Montgomery, 40, 301 East Westcrest Court, Colbert, Ore., 84 months, second-degree assault – domestic violence.

Phillip Dale Nichols, 32, 267 42nd St., Washougal, 8 days, second-degree vehicle theft.

Richard Raymond Bushaw, 52, 3005 N.E. St. Johns Blvd. Apt. 21, 60 months, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver – methamphetamine.

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