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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Alexandra Megan Holbrook, 33, Vancouver, and Bradley Eugene Valdez, 34, Vancouver.

Alexis Jo Whiteis, 30, Vancouver, and Nicholas James Griffith, 30, Vancouver.

Christopher Leon Jackson, 53, Portland, and Natalice Xavier Brito, 38, Renton.

Christopher Murray, 73, Dallesport, and Aaron Sanchez, 34, Dallesport.

Cora Renee Foss, 26, Orlando, Fla., and Spencer Alan Estock, 32, Orlando.

Daniel Robert Howell, 24, Battle Ground, and Dharma Gabrielle Fox, 23, Battle Ground.

Gabriela Vega-Suarez, 18, Vancouver, and Osvaldo Juarez-Palacios, 19, Vancouver.

Gerardo Colin Villegas, 22, Vancouver, and Adriana M. Martinez Perez, 21, Vancouver.

Hannah Lane Dyerly, 27, Hillsboro, Ore., and Emanuel David Valdez, 29, Hillsboro.

James T. Michael Mondragon, 48, Vancouver, and Gina Renee Kelly, 46, Vancouver.

Jewls Lynn Griesmeyer-Krentz, 51, Beaverton, Ore., and Chaline Regan Strickland, 51, Beaverton.

Julia Mae Van Dorn, 28, La Center, and Shawn Allen Fife, 44, Vancouver.

Marina V. Petrenko, 21, Caldwell, Idaho, and Benjamin Vadim Derov, 22, Kalispell, Mont.

Mark Anatolivich Kobenko, 31, Vancouver, and Margaret Mikhailovna Savchik, 22, Lynwood.

Meleah Elizabeth, 24, Vancouver, and Josiah Benjamin Davis, 23, Portland.

Miranda Rose McIlroy, 29, Vancouver, and Shaun Michael Ratliff, 36, Vancouver.

Renato Aliaj, 35, Vancouver, and Rachel Lee Fleetwood, 34, Vancouver.

Ryan Neal Ridgeway, 38, Woodland, and Ayla Jade Eris, 37, Woodland.

Shannon Lee Molver, 37, Vancouver, and Ruth Eva Eckard, 41, Vancouver.

Stephanie Elizabeth Moore, 21, Camas, and Adam Lee Miltimore, 23, Camas.

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.


Jordan Ryan Workman, 28, 8711 N.E. 36th Ave. and 5702 N.E. 62nd, 9 months, third-degree assault (domestic violence).

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