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Vital Statistics

The Columbian

Marriage Licenses

Aimee Jean Couture, 37, Vancouver, and John Edward McIntyre, 37, Vancouver.

Allison Renee Bell, 22, Camas, and Kyle Steven Wayne Ferguson, 24, Camas.

Catherine Ina Binford, 29, Vancouver, and Maxwell Anthony Winder, 32, Vancouver.

Christopher Craig Hill, 51, Vancouver, and Latoya Marsha Richards, 46, Vancouver.

Esmeralda Sanchez Villalobos, 24, Vancouver, and Zachary Michael Bowens, 26, Vancouver.

Gissele Urquidez, 31, Vancouver, and Adolfo Huerta Garcia, 31, Vancouver.

Isabel Francisca Gonzalez, 36, Vancouver, and Rafael Alvarez Jurado, 33, Vancouver.

Jake Sana, 26, Vancouver, and Fusako Masaichy, 24, Vancouver.

Joseph Brian Kashas, 28, Camas, and Carlee Danielle Blevins, 28, Camas.

K.M. Suda Andrew, 19, Vancouver, and Enfi Mairu, 20, Vancouver.

Pavel Michael Kurudimov, 27, Vancouver, and Kristina Sergeyavna Babiy, 26, Portland.

Ryan Alexander L.M.J. Kill, 35, Vancouver, and Stephanie Renee King, 28, Vancouver.

Svitlana Kozynets, 41, Vancouver, and Aleksandr Anatolyevich Belogub, 44, Vancouver.

Theresa Lynn Monteverdi, 58, Vancouver, and Randy Neil Pollard, 57, Vancouver.

Tyler Scott Banning, 37, Vancouver, and Breezy Diann Craig, 44, Vancouver.

William Royce Mnom III, 41, Vancouver, and Cyndi Lea Harris, 57, Vancouver.

Marriage Dissolutions


Kelly Irene and Justin Edward Gill.

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