The Moore American


March 27, 2013


MOORE — The following marriage licenses recently were filed in Cleveland County District Court:

Jennifer Nichole Dodd, 32, and Richard Lee Michael II, 36

Krystal M. Harkness, 23, and Marshall Lee Conner, 25

Avelina Mamolang Nemaria, 34, and Christopher W. Manning, 45

Rhonda Denise Goolsby, 34, and George A. Smith, 35

Susan Renee Nickels, 48, and Raymond Dion Titsworth, 48

Carol Louise Zerboni, 60, and Bruce Melton Rhodes, 62

Samia Safa, 23, and Fahad Hasan Khan, 27

Jeanie R. Rendon, 32, and Gumercindo Castillo, 33

Caitlin Denise Rea, 23, and Ryan Tyler McClure, 24

Hailey Danielle Sisco, 28, and Joshua Allen Mathews, 24

Tara Nicole Williams, 25, and Brandon Ray Wallace, 38

Bridgett Renee Holt, 39, and Ricky James Simon, 40

Tresce Jessica Willis, 21, and Ryan Alexander Clark, 19

Rubie Elise Ivey, 26, and Brandon Dwayne Hatton, 26

Malerie Ann Turner, 27, and Joshua Dean Keown, 31

Koda Jolene Geimausaddle, 24, and Nicholas Aaron Cobbs, 28

Lauren Marie Tate, 21, and James Michael McKee, 28

Bat el Levy, 25, and Yitzchak Cohen, 31

Sandra Kay Kirk, 54, and David Linn Dewberry, 54

Kelly Dawn Wood, 49, and Bryan Scott Johnson, 51

Alizabeth Ann Jones, 26, and Gordon Dwayne Bailey, 41

Krystine Jinae Jones, 29, and Ryan Wayne Pierce, 33

Esther Danielle White, 27, and Stephen Randall Mullens, 27

Candice Nicole Meza, 24, and Samuel Joshua Eades, 23

Kaycee Renea Byrd, 22, and Scott Logan Nichols, 26

Nancy Lee Satepauhoodle, 28, and Corey Lawson Goodfellow, 27

Jana Nichole Parker, 30, and Robert Joseph Klimek III, 31

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