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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Aaron Eugene Bork, 26, Vancouver, and Sierra Rachelle Joner, 23, Vancouver.

Ana Maria Mariscal-Gonzalez, 49, Vancouver, and Amado Jimenez-Rodriguez, 43, Vancouver.

Antoine Boutrus Zogbi, 30, Ridgefield, and Stephanie Fares Matta, 32, Boise, Idaho.

Bobby Del Blanks Jr., 31, Vancouver, and Lizette Muro, 36, Vancouver.

Claudia Jimenez, 39, Vancouver, and Luis Javier Salas Gomez, 34, Vancouver.

Dennis William Files, 60, Vancouver, and Iryna Klyba, 53, Vancouver.

Emilie Mae Keimig, 28, Beaverton, Ore., and Kyle Kenneth Cardinal, 28, Portland.

Gracie Lynn Phelps, 18, Woodland, and Jacob Ryan Kemp, 21, Battle Ground.

Hunter Caleb Schatz, 27, Vancouver, and Britni Elizabeth Wible, 30, Vancouver.

Jose Antonio Arreola Urias, 25, Bend, Ore., and Maritza Davila, 24, Bend.

Meredith Grace Wittwer Traughber, 29, Woodland, and Max James Crismon, 39, Woodland.

Michelle Kathryn Wright, 33, Portland, and Steven Louis Garner, 50, Vancouver.

Renier Aman Ramirez Acoba, 47, Vancouver, and Nelia Butac Pascua, 51, Vancouver.

Shannon Lucille Payne, 48, Vancouver, and Timothy Wayne Payne, 51, Vancouver.

Tierney Lee Benton, 27, Vancouver, and Alexander Jan Romer, 31, Portland.

Marriage Dissolutions


Paul and Keri J. Young. Respondent’s name changed to Keri Jeanne Shuttleton.


Agustina Mata and Omar Cardenas.

Annabelle Esteban and Dennis Allen Pierce.

Boris S. and Nelya F. Nikolaychuk.

Ethan Johan and Aubrey Krystal Rene Plock.

Evgenia and Nathan Robert Steele.

Kathryn Nicole and Anthony William Pratt.

Lisa C. and Douglas K. Miller.

Mary Thompson and Gregory David Pierce.

Sean Frank and Michelle Renee Gonzalez.

Troy Allen and Angela Irene Hopkins.

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