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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Alexa Lucille Friese, 31, Battle Ground, and Clayton Marcus Buruse, 30, Battle Ground.

Catya Estelle Rodriquez, 24, Vancouver, and Ethan William Lehman, 27, Vancouver.

Chase Daniel Meredith, 27, Vancouver, and Emily Riley Goddard, 25, Vancouver.

Daniel Veniaminovich Goldinov, 19, Vancouver, and Angeline Vladislavovna Korsun, 19, Spokane.

Ellie Lynn Tarr, 31, Moline, Ill., and Michael Alen Bulis, 35, Clinton, Iowa.

Etasa Aninis, 23, Vancouver, and Tener Terry, 20, Vancouver.

Hunter Ian Byrnes, 31, Portland, and Christie Marie Stenzel, 36, Portland.

Jeremy David Lee, 41, Wilmington, N.C., and Kaitlyn Marie Browning, 28, Wilmington.

Jeseniya Corona, 21, Vancouver, and Samuel Elias Lopez, 21, Camp Pendleton North, Calif.

Leonardo Gonzales Rojas, 74, Battle Ground, and Danille Hucal Agus, 69, Battle Ground.

Matthew Allen Long, 34, Vancouver, and Whitney Marie Baker, 26, Vancouver.

Melissa Marie Cormier-Sandquist, 46, Vancouver, and Jason Lee Weis, 49, Vancouver.

Norbani Aja Todeo, 35, Vancouver, and Silvia Arcaniesa Santawaria, 37, Vancouver.

Olivia Nicole Poirier, 29, Portland, and Jackson Carter Schmidt, 29, Portland.

Rachel Marie Anderson, 41, Vancouver, and Ralph Nathaniel Medina, 41, Vancouver.

Raegan Josephine Gregory, 24, Newberg, Ore., and Samuel Jucas Barnes, 25, Newberg.

Tia Marie Tsugawa, 28, Vancouver, and Jonathan Luke Esquivel, 29, Vancouver.

Wicahpe Mani Winyan Veaux, 32, Camas, and Taylor Andreas Lujan Batol, 31, Camas.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Andrew Henry Price III and Shea Ann Kingsbury.

Brittany Danielle Pressel and Alex H. Cawley.

Coral Ann and Michael John Lehman.

Jessica Bonnie and Nathaniel Lee Mitchell. Petitioner’s name changed to Jessica Bonnie MacDuffee.

John Richard Maus Jr. and Lori Jane Maus.

Robert Stanton Irvine and Amber Ann Pursley.

Samantha R. and Cameron D. Nicholson.

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