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June 30, 2022

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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Alison Louise Kentris, 28, Vancouver, and Jason Evan Nicholson, 28, Vancouver.

Brandon Brent Glover, 50, Vancouver, and Keith Tarell Pitcher, 53, Vancouver.

Buba Bayo, 33, Vancouver, and Awa Sey, 30, Vancouver.

Cameron Joel Tonjum, 20, Kalispell, Mont., and Ivy Gabrielle Kangas, 18, La Center.

Danielle Marie Pongratz, 27, Mesa, Ariz., and Robert Nicholas Romanovsky, 26, Mesa.

Diane June Burnett, 55, Battle Ground, and Lori Ann Waggoner, 55, Battle Ground.

Denise Lane McNichols, 23, Vancouver, and Anthony Michael Minjarez, 32, Vancouver.

Heather Marie Housel, 32, Nashville, Tenn., and Deata Demetrius Slaughter, 33, Nashville.

Israel Scott Williams, 24, Washougal, and Karina Selyuzhitskaya, 23, Washougal.

James Bonny Mbuya, 37, Vancouver, and Katina Elizabeth Salvey, 36, Vancouver.

Marcia Juanita Seal, 32, Vancouver, and Joshua Keith Powell, 28, Vancouver.

Megan Marie Constable, 31, Vancouver, and Kelly Elaine Johnson, 46, Vancouver.

Molly Kathleen Thornburg, 27, Portland, and Forrest Robert Herndon, 27, Portland.

Susan Gaye Pagon, 52, Camas, and Jason David Doody, 43, Camas.

Travis John Meyette, 22, Vancouver, and Veanna Rose Erickson, 23, Brush Prairie.

Marriage Dissolutions

PETITIONS FILED

Aaron Erik and Tiffany Marie Raley.

Veronica and Jose Madrigal.

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.

SUPERIOR

David Vladimir Vtyurin, 28, 1409 S.W. Sixth Ave., Battle Ground, 13 months, second-degree assault and first-degree theft.

Dfirston Fiti, 21, 14507 N.E. Juniper Ave., 15 months, second-degree assault.

Erin Michael Ramage, 39, 2545 Columbia Bluff, St. Helens, Ore., 22 months, second-degree vehicle theft.

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