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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Angel Carlos Antonio, 31, Vancouver, and Rozana Mimbela Llontop, 31, Vancouver.

Brittney Renee Sullivan, 39, Vancouver, and Joseph Edward Richard Jacksar, 48, Vancouver.

Brooklyn Jean Rodrigues, 26, Vancouver, and Steven Michael Miller, 31, Vancouver.

CeeJae Arlean Routt, 28, Vancouver, and David Cyril Thompson, 29, Vancouver.

C. Samantha Persinger, 48, Vancouver, and Jesse Harold Jacob Howard, 35, Vancouver.

Daniella-Michelle Isabel Bostrom, 24, Vancouver, and Brian Christopher Halbritter, 36, Vancouver.

Dylan Alexander Rasmussen, 21, Washougal, and Shelby Nicole Jolly, 20, Washougal.

Ellie Kate Colquhoun, 25, Clatskanie, Ore., and Sawyer James Weldon, 26, Clatskanie.

Gerald Arthur Coubs, 36, Washougal, and Lydia E. Sorensen Marquez, 27, Washougal.

Greg Alden Gomes, 66, Brush Prairie, and Debra Merla Smith, 63, Brush Prairie.

Jose Luis Alvizo, 37, Vancouver, and Maria N. Aguilar, 47, Vancouver.

Olivia Lantz, 24, Silverton, Ore., and Brandon E. Dehart, 25, Puyallup.

Patricia Anne Boland, 31, Chula Vista, Calif., and Kent Mitchell Sarkkinen, 30, Chula Vista.

Richard Eames Kent, 63, Vancouver, and Nuhieng Bell, 54, Vancouver.

Vicki Lynn Boxberger, 57, Battle Ground, and Aaron Randall Saldivar, 58, Battle Ground.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Antonio and Venetia Lantz.

DECREES GRANTED

Adrianne A. and Andras Bajtay.

Malory Christen and Jonathan Mark Doering. Petitioner’s name changed to Malory Christen Peters.

Mia Kristen and Nicholas Steven Baker. Petitioner’s name changed to Mia Kristen Gifford.

PETITIONS FILED

Amanda Doherty and Steven J. Hollifield.

Anthony Lorenza and Davanh Soukhot Brown.

Christopher Allen and Nicole Lynn Nelson.

Janessa and Ashley C. Smit-Colon.

Katherine Elizabeth and Jesse James Fessel.

Mariela Ramirez-Garcia and Quang Thanh Nguyen.

Reid Ewing and Junhyeung Oh.

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