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June 29, 2022

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Repeating assignment for Vitals

The Columbian
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Vital Statistics

Marriage Licenses

Alya Marie Womack, 27, Vancouver, and Dylan Louis Taylor, 26, Vancouver.

Aleksey Leonidovich Mazurkevich, 26, Vancouver, and Paige Alexandra Leek, 24, West Linn, Ore.

Dustin James Woodard, 37, Vancouver, and Shannon Marie Nylund, 31, Brush Prairie.

Glenn Butler Allen IV, 45, Vancouver, and Nykeyshia Odyssey Willis, 23, Vancouver.

Jenna Nicole Cox, 26, Vancouver, and Anthony Duane Marks, 35, Vancouver.

Jose Miguel Collazo, 53, Vancouver, and Erin McCollom, 50, Vancouver.

Marjorie Gawad Deocampo, 31, Clackamas, Ore., and Cassie Danielle Lemons, 30, Clackamas.

Nathan Benjamin Jumpp, 44, Washougal, and Mandi Loree Britton, 44, Vancouver.

Ryan Neal Westervelt, 38, Woodland, and Tonya Leeann Lopez, 40, Woodland.

Sierra Krystine Martin, 36, Vancouver, and Derek John Alfrod, 35, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Colleen Kathryn and Aaron James Stevenson. Petitioner’s name changed to Colleen Kathryn Coy.

DECREES GRANTED

Gwendolyn Daryl and Michael Edward Koszalka. Petitioner’s name changed to Gwendolyn Daryl Simonds.

Shirley Marie and William Dewey Wilbanks. Petitioner’s name changed to Shirley Marie Kinney.

PETITIONS FILED

Brent and Dorothy Housley.

Eric David and Kenzie Nicole Boslar.

June Marie and Dana Ron Latondre.

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

Koa Gene Lynn Howe, 23, 17300 S.W. Merlo Road, Apt. 1, Beaverton, Ore., and 1833 N.W. Katheryn St., Hillsboro, Ore., 60 days which may be served on work crew, third-degree assault.

Max Jordan Martin, 30, 9211 N.E. 15th Ave., Apt. K334, 62 days, fourth-degree assault — domestic violence.

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