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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Alicia Fay Newsom, 27, Vancouver, and Chadd Jordan Elbert Helm, 42, Milwaukie, Ore.

Bradley Jay Slipp Jr., 33, Camas, and Natasha Gena Hoffman, 28, Camas.

David Francis Gillette, 21, Battle Ground, and Shelby Jenifer Ek, 18, La Center.

Eduard Aleksandrovich Selleshiy, 21, Vancouver, and Svetlana Vladimrovna Ryzhkova, 20, Vancouver.

Janelle Armae Larson, 38, Vancouver, and Christopher Zachry Fowler, 44, Vancouver.

Jared Dean Thomas, 27, Washougal, and Shannon Rosanna Dingus, 30, Camas.

Keri-Kamryn Lee Skjei, 31, Beaverton, Ore., and Janik Knittle, 32, Beaverton.

Mark Gennadiy Larkin, 23, Vancouver, and Marina Leonidovna Zherebnenko, 21, Battle Ground.

Ovidio Francisco Juan, 26, Vancouver, and Jose Alberto Reyes Ventura, 32, Vancouver.

Roger Ray Rose, 51, Vancouver, and Deborah Lynn Hudson, 51, Vancouver.

Salome Mermyamaflo Danis, 23, Vancouver, and Noimis Terry Newo Jr., 27, Vancouver.

Tonya Rechelle Stephens, 53, Portland, and Keith Maurice Dean, 56, Portland.

Tyler Isaac Judson, 32, Ridgefield, and Wan-Yin Liao, 32, Ridgefield.

Wojceich Kowalewski, 65, Vancouver, and Maria Halina Kowalewska, 63, Camas.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Michael Allen and Kathleen Patricia Quinonez.

PETITIONS FILED

Jenna and Mark J. Miller.

Jessica Lynn and Shane Andrew Moore.

Paloma Rendon and Wilfredo Gonzalez Quevedo.

Raymond and Tammy Newbill.

Vouch Kheng Lim and Eric James Chhor.

PETITION OF LEGAL SEPARATION

Spring and Marc Wright.

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

Earl Clifford Loewen, 47, 10805 N.E. 105th St., 30 days, fourth-degree assault – domestic violence.

Kristrofer Allen Hussey, 40, 2611 Neals Ln. Apt. 5, 6 months, third-degree child molestation.

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