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Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Dec. 5, 2023

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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Carson Douglas Theis, 23, Vancouver, and Hailey Elizabeth Matern, 22, Vancouver.

Cyrus Everett Marshall, 23, Vancouver, and Vanessa Bernadette Rubio Kuffner, 22, Vancouver.

David Lee Kriss, 22, Battle Ground, and Hannah Marie Snyder, 22, Battle Ground.

Diana Marguerite Holcombe, 41, Portland, and Rob Edward Fischer, 57, Portland.

Dylan Jeffrey David Teichroeb, 27, Portland, and Ildiko Hanna Toth, 33, Portland.

Erika Jimenez, 30, Vancouver, and Rogelio Aguilar Acosta, 41, Vancouver.

Erika Sarai Carrasco, 22, Vancouver, and Gunnar Thomas Smith, 26, Vancouver.

Everett Dale Steele, 58, Battle Ground, and Leanne Marie Strickler, 46, Battle Ground.

James Joseph McClafferty, 61, Vancouver, and Sandra Elaine McClafferty, 61, Vancouver.

James Michael Petit, 33, Washougal, and Cassandra Marie Dahl, 31, Washougal.

Jaylee Paige Robinson-Waser, 19, Vancouver, and Devon Don Hanks, 21, Vancouver.

Jeffery Joseph Garborine, 30, Camas, and Kaitlyn Mackenzie Dorr, 29, Camas.

Katrina Maxine Sullivan, 33, Vancouver, and Leobardo Montoya Juarez, 37, Vancouver.

Kelly Rose Lind, 39, Vancouver, and Robert John Klingsporn III, 47, Vancouver.

Kyle Martin Vallencourt, 36, Vancouver, and Elizabeth Ann Macdonald, 35, Vancouver.

Michael David Zybara, 44, Vancouver, and Misty Dawn David, 41, Vancouver.

Scott Jay Downard, 43, Vancouver, and Hanxiao Sun, 35, Vancouver.

Todd James Gierloff, 49, Kelso, and Jessa Solasco Casipe, 42, Kelso.

Tony Ray Fox, 75, Vancouver, and Amber Lynne Kreier, 42, Vancouver.

Victoria A. Askerov, 23, Vancouver, and Mark Morzhov, 23, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Anthony Leroy and Cristina Ann Archuleta.


Jamie Denise and Nicholas Lee Fritz.

Tracie Jean Gorbet and Andrew David Burns.

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