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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Bradley Clair Lowry, 70, Vancouver, and Elaine Ortiz Lowry, 46, Vancouver.

Brenton Hayes Smith, 40, Vancouver, and Jennifer Marie Burnham-Meyer, 43, Vancouver.

Daniel S. Peshkov, 21, Vancouver, and Daniela I. Zayets, 19, Vancouver.

Daylon Gabrial Hutton, 28, Washougal, and Paityn Reid Ripley-Maher, 26, Washougal.

Jennifer Diane Fish, 37, Ridgefield, and Cole Joseph Sandness, 37, Ridgefield.

Jessica Ann Crawford, 37, Washougal, and Christopher Robert Guard, 35, Washougal.

Leah Glucoft Philip, 44, Portland, and Jeffrey Robert Smith, 53, Vancouver.

Lilly Ann Primachenko, 20, Vancouver, and Veniamin I. Kutsar, 22, Camas.

Margret Heloise Morse, 32, Vancouver, and Samuel Chase Hinton, 33, Vancouver.

Maria Alejandra Martinez Palacios, 22, Vancouver, and Javier Romeo Lopez Martinez, 53, Vancouver.

Mikhail Sergeyavich Alperov, 26, Hillsboro, Ore., and Brandie Nicole Vitalich, 28, Hillsboro.

Sarah Elizabeth Durmaz, 26, Vancouver, and Sean Peter Sowul, 27, Vancouver.

Sarah Marie Anne Schmuck, 19, Vancouver, and Samuel Gonzalez Vasquez, 20, Vancouver.

Sean Paul Darst, 39, Vancouver, and Deanna Kay Curtis, 51, Vancouver.

Stephanie Carra Den Hartigh, 33, Vancouver, and Daniel Graves Rauchenstein, 37, Vancouver.

Vadim Mostovenko, 22, Gresham, Ore., and Lidiia Asianova, 23, Gresham.

Marriage Dissolutions


Brian Andrew Lehner and Jennifer Sophie Jwayad Lehner.

Jesica I. and William R. Howard.

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