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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Anna Ruth Becker, 32, Portland, and Colman Logan Currie, 33, Portland.

April Dale Dobrinski, 32, Vancouver, and John Ernest Webster, 35, Vancouver.

Bridget Renee Fontenot, 27, Vancouver, and Ashley Christine Sears, 32, Vancouver.

Calli-Ann Rose Abbott, 23, Vancouver, and Keolala’i Kekamamanaonui’a Robert Edwards, 23, Vancouver.

Chole Lea Boiteno, 24, Battle Ground, and Gage Galen Nichols, 24, Battle Ground.

Christopher Chance O’brien, 44, Vancouver, and Puna Tavan Ortiz Ponce, 40, Vancouver.

David Khai Nguyen, 66, Vancouver, and Mai Thi Anh Nguyen, 58, Vancouver.

Garet Lee Wisenbaker, 21, Washougal, and Kendra Elizabeth Geer, 21, Woodinville.

Gheorghe Lupsea, 68, Franklinville, N.C., and Maria Oana, 64, Portland.

Gretchen Louise Kokko, 34, Kalama, and Kevin Lee Achenbach, 34, Kalama.

Lehn Joseph Bundrick, 59, Greatfalls, Mont., and Maha Mohi Al Dein Sadoon, 40, Vancouver.

Marlene Edith Avilez Velazquez, 21, Vancouver, and Giovanni Ramirez Anaya, 21, Vancouver.

Netsai Evelyne Berry, 45, Vancouver, and Keith Garrett Hamilton, 41, Portland.

Sarah Gene Macmillan, 29, Vancouver, and Charles Phillip Lincoln, 32, Vancouver.

Taylore Christine Bonebrake, 22, Ridgefield, and Alex Michael Lehner, 26, Ridgefield.

Tracey Francis Kerle, 51, Vancouver, and Roger Dee Sparks, 53, Vancouver.

Tristen Renee Jackman, 35, Portland, and Cody Lee Russell, 31, Portland.

Zachary Charles Conlin, 41, Camas, and Kelly Arrunita Mahill, 43, Camas.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Bhavani Shankar and Vedhavathy Krishnamoorthy.

Jeremy Wayne Dawson and Ashley Bonne Ciais.

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