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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Alexander Franklin House, 41, Camas, and Kimberly Ann Elaine Neketin, 39, Camas.

Brandon Matthew Wilson, 33, Amboy, and Cassie Lynn Kysar, 33, Amboy.

Christina Nicole Nelson, 39, Vancouver, and Byron Jason Alan Chappell, 39, Vancouver.

Elizabeth Ann Winston, 24, Vancouver, and Dana Dinh Nguyen, 31, Vancouver.

Emmie Lynn Rhoades, 22, Fenton, Mich., and Cody James Juvonen, 22, Fenton.

Eric Braydon Fatony, 21, Vancouver, and Destiny Marie Teafatiller, 21, Vancouver.

Heaven Monique Chastang, 33, Vancouver, and Marco Antonio Zepeda Pineda, 23, Vancouver.

Jesus Valencia Rosales, 20, Vancouver, and Mikayla Hope Navarrete, 20, Vancouver.

Katie Coy Lauderdale, 30, Washougal, and David Dirks Haag, 30, Washougal.

Lauren Alexandra Robles, 33, Vancouver, and Christopher Michael Kunis, 39, Vancouver.

Nichole Autumn Berg, 42, Ridgefield, and Jon David Reinfeldt, 44, Ridgefield.

Petr Adamovich Kotsyubchuk, 66, Portland, and Alla U. Tkach, 57, Vinnista, Ukraine.

Rebecca Marie Powers, 34, Vancouver, and Anthony Antione McDonald, 37, Eugene, Ore.

Timothy Paul Stallings, 46, Battle Ground, and Carolyn Margaret Reed, 43, Battle Ground.

Tyler Matthew Rhine, 27, Vancouver, and Alyssa Jean Whitman, 29, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Douglas Wade and Melissa A. Files.

Karen Marie and Daniel Dean Davis.


Alfonso Rafael Gonzalez and Hilda Esther Alanis Gonzalez.

Carrie and Dennis Steltz.

Deborah L. and Guy Evoniuk.

Kevin J. and Jennifer A. Spaeth.

Laura and Troy James Owens.

Marja and Robert Himmist.

Marlen Ariza Batalla and Mary Margret Talley.

Shawn Christopher Widney and Trisha Gunsaulis.

Trygg and Melody Johnson.

William Anton Farrell and Hannah W. Wampach Farrell.

Yulia Victorovna Kucheremko and Artem Valeriyevich Oskalenko.

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