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Vital Statistics

The Columbian
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Marriage Licenses

Arwen Lotta Edsall, 41, Keizer, Ore., and John Peter Milcarek, 38, Keizer.

Avery Makenzie Gary, 28, Portland, and Cole Augustus Schweinfurth, 27, Portland.

Blain Ryan Bishoprick, 28, Vancouver, and Elise McKenna Morgeda, 30, Vancouver.

Chrystal Marlene Barklow, 36, Vancouver, and Julia Eliza Morrison, 42, Vancouver.

Curt Michael Charlson, 32, Battle Ground, and Bronwyn Devon Wisti, 30, Battle Ground.

Gardenia Ortega Pasillas, 25, Vancouver, and Pedro Mendoza Cortes, 26, Vancouver.

Grigoriy Rudnitskiy, 24, Portland, and Narmina Gadimova, 24, Las Vegas, Nev.

Jolene Mae Golemon, 28, Hillsboro, Ore., and Jack Everett Adams, 29, Hillsboro.

Lindsay Kate Torjusen, 27, Vancouver, and Shea Jeffison Wright, 31, Vancouver.

Michelle Kathleen Murphy, 41, Vancouver, and Jason Joseph Gomez, 41, Vancouver.

Nicholas Elliott Tinsey, 28, Vancouver, and Gabrielle Joy Gutierrez, 25, Vancouver.

Palmer Lynn Avery, 74, Brinnon, and Edna Louise Nash, 75, Vancouver.

Robert Ray Hayes, 39, Albany, Ore., and Samenth Ann Martin, 35, Albany.

Rose Hokulea Carr, 27, Vancouver, and Spencer Mitchell Wolf, 26, Vancouver.

Scott Douglas Anderson, 49, La Center, and Whitney Ladawn Kent, 45, La Center.

Shekinah Gloree Dailey, 22, Vancouver, and Timothy Patrick Krull, 22, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions

DECREES GRANTED

Edgar Samuel Gonzalez-Gomez and Mirna Bernice Ortiz Salas.

Svetlana N. Uspenskaya and David Tolliver.

Tracey M. and Kirsten D. Avery.

PETITIONS FILED

Alejandro and Esperanza H. Gomez.

Amie Sanneh and Seedou Lamin Bajinka.

Cynthia Ann and Jonathan McFadden.

Lincoln and Petra Wakefield.

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