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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Kirk Daren McFadden, 55, Camas, and Patricia Guadalupe Betancourt, 49, Santa Tecla, El Salvador.

Ryan Raymond Johnson, 35, Vancouver, and Ashley Leann Jordan, 31, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Danette R. and Matthew C. Steimle.

Destiny and Joshua Dooley. Petitioner’s name changed to Destiny Lee Runions.

Miriam Elizabeth and Christopher Michael Whiting.


Amin Duran and Christina Rose Arellano.

Dalyn Christopher and Pattaporn Leighty.

Nicole Suzanne Christina and Darrell Dewayne Gardner Jr.


Erwin Aguilar and Angela Lauren Bulatao.

Jacqueline Yvette and Thomas William Tully Jr.

Jason and Elizabeth Wagner.

Jason Thomas and Mary Ann Roland.

Kyle Jacob and Theresa Elizabeth Carmichael.

Marika Janee Weekes and Roberto Ezequiel Rondan.

Michelle Merle and Richard David Greenfield.

Rebeca Lee and Donald Gene Grant.


Roberta Lorencetti Di Vecchia Trewyn and Theodore Mason Trewyn.

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.


Austin Jeffrey Raymond Crary, 28, 15365 Twin Fir Drive, Lake Oswego, Ore., 48 days, fourth-degree assault.

David Eugene Millard, 40, 6115 N.E. 90th Ave., 3 months, second-degree assault (domestic violence).

David V. Murray, 37, 117 N.E. Clark Ave. Apt 37, Battle Ground, 60 months, first-degree possession of sexually explicit depictions of a minor.

Patrick Lamar Keeten, 51, 1115 West 13th St., 4 months which may be partially served on work crew, harassment – death threats.

Skyler Matthew Santillan, 35, 3600 N.E. 51st St., 178 days, third-degree escape.

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