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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Aaron John Morring, 26, Vancouver, and Bailey Nicole Freeman, 26, Vancouver.

Biani Isai Viramontes, 45, Vancouver, and Norma Alicia Madrigal, 54, Vancouver.

Carley Mae Kitzman, 28, Longview, and Jack Edward Berry, 22, Longview.

Danielle May Spellacy, 25, Vancouver, and Keegan Davis Banks, 25, Vancouver.

David Manuel Medina, 29, Vancouver, and Katarina Rose Tippetts, 30, Vancouver.

Emily Brenna Charleston, 31, Vancouver, and Zachary David Dodds, 31, Vancouver.

Jason Ian Couto, 34, Vancouver, and Sydnee Marie Feicht, 33, Vancouver.

Keyairah Lee Bierman, 25, Vancouver, and Geoffry Marco Banuelos, 27, Vancouver.

Levi Richard Jolma, 22, Battle Ground, and Bridgitt Estelle Kangas, 19, Battle Ground.

Luke Colton Mineler, 27, Vancouver, and Hannah Marie Morton, 27, Vancouver.

Mark A. Snook, 59, Vancouver, and Agustin Angel Garcia, 31, Vancouver.

Mirah Ingrid Lewis, 29, Camas, and Richard Joseph Leu, 33, Camas.

Monica Lauren Kersanty, 28, Vancouver, and Blake Anthony Jacobs, 28, Vancouver.

Peter Alexander Stull, 34, Vancouver, and Brenda Alejandra Valentin, 29, Vancouver.

Sarah Jaquie Taylor, 31, Yacolt, and Bryan Dean Ewing, 42, Yacolt.

Sara Lynne Fowler, 25, Vancouver, and Joshua Luke Daigle, 29, Vancouver.

Timothy Daniel Day, 34, Yacolt, and Katherine Teal McIntosh, 29, Yacolt.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Andrew John and Samantha Coty Lueck. Respondent’s name changed to Samantha Coty Mashore.

Gregory Edward Schwarz and Rebecca Schwarz.

Sean Morton Barrett and Laurie Barrett.

PETITIONS FILED

Charlotte Sue Harrison and William Franklin Glass.

Chelsea Virginia Peterson and Sean Edward Seager.

Donny G. and Cassandra Marie Bonebrake.

Eric James and Angela Marie Short.

Janet Marie and Joseph Edward Locascio.

Jennifer Lynne R. Smith and Devon Jeffrey Smith.

Lindsey Hope Quiroz and Eric Scott Wright.

Sadie Lee and Brian Anthony Torri.

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