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Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Dec. 6, 2023

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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Ashleigh Marie Novy, 36, Vancouver, and Eugene Mennieweath III, 47, Vancouver.

Breann Althea Porter, 22, Meridian, Idaho, and Maxwell Wallace Rose, 22, Meridian.

Britney Elyse Taylor, 31, La Center, and Wyatt Knight Wilkes, 24, Sauk City, Wis.

Charles Dale Nylund, 79, Camas, and Doreen Faye Robinson, 68, Camas.

Desirae Kolleen Burkley, 43, Ridgefield, and Michael Kenneth Parsons, 46, Ridgefield.

Elizabeth Anne Morrison, 31, Seattle, and Jeremiah James Kitto, 33, Seattle.

Flynn Andrew Hendrickson, 18, Palmer, Ala., and Rebecca Rhesa Townley, 18, Battle Ground.

Hannah Mae Avery, 26, Vancouver, and Grady Thomas Evans, 27, Vancouver.

Heather Fawn Lowry, 44, Middletown, Del., and Joshaua Jerrard Sullivan, 45, Vancouver.

Jason Lee Breaker, 45, Vancouver, and Ingrid Valborg Dahl, 42, Vancouver.

Lucas Victor Hardy, 44, Spanaway, and Irina Y. Sirotkina, 34, Vancouver.

Michael Ignatius Morris, 38, Portland, and Beverly Ann Medina Lapuz, 32, Portland.

Nickolas Dean Phillips, 22, Vancouver, and Crystal Nichole Brandy, 29, Vancouver.

Paige Maureen Schlosser, 22, Vancouver, and Aaron James Pearson, 26, Vancouver.

Randy Scott Boell, 53, Vancouver, and Kimberly Jo Jarvis, 54, Vancouver.

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