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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Anastasia Lan Nguyen Johnson, 34, Bremerton, and Patrick Thomas Oneil, 39, Bremerton.

Anna G. Berfanger, 19, Vancouver, and Levi T. Harms, 19, Vancouver.

David Alexander King, 32, Vancouver, and Wanyue Ye, 29, Vancouver.

Debra Kay Hook, 65, Camas, and Ricky Dewayne Ulmer, 67, Camas.

Hailey Sue Downing, 19, Battle Ground, and Brandon James Erickson, 21, Amboy.

Holly Laura Lynn Shaw, 42, Vancouver, and Christopher Ritter Harris, 49, Vancouver.

Jacob Coty Smith, 30, Vancouver, and Mixtly Simon Beard, 27, Vancouver.

Jacqueline Pintor Tiznado, 31, Vancouver, and German Isreal Juarez Alvarado, 30, Vancouver.

Jade Daniel Smith, 19, Lake Norden, S.D., and Marcia Ann Muonio, 18, Yacolt.

Jesus Barajas Cano, 27, Vancouver, and Mireya Paz Zacarias, 19, Vancouver.

Justin Wickizer, 41, Vancouver, and Roshan Tayefemohajer, 46, Vancouver.

Loviisa Sandra Hannu, 26, Brush Prairie, and Austin Dean Wisenbaker, 26, Washougal.

Marina G. Chernishoff, 33, Vancouver, and Zachariah William Irving, 31, Vancouver.

Paige Alexandra Holzapfel, 23, Vancouver, and Nicholas James McCallister, 24, Vancouver.

Tshai Anassa Davis, 20, Vancouver, and Jesus Noel Sanchez Villa, 20, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Kathleen Marie and Steven Keith Tanksley. Petitioner’s name changed to Kathleen Holguin.


Diana Gonzalez Chavez and Samantha Ann Carter.

Jeremy Jeffrey and Allison Christine Bracken.

Keri Rebecca May and Sean Michael Henderson.

Rhonda Lynn and Roy Brent Estep.

Ryan Edward and Elanor Sheylynn Grade Sides.


Nicholas Aaron and Venessa Rene Tufford.

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.


Martin Carillo Piz, 45, no address listed, 20 months, third-degree rape of a child.

Ricky Gene Hiatt, 64, 12800 S.E. Seventh St. Apt K2, 123 months, first-degree rape of a child.

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