The Moore American

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April 3, 2013


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

Shayla Danielle Rodesney, 22, and Caleb James Hader, 21

Jordyn R. Hovis, 25, and Brandon Michael Longden, 27

Yujie Pan, 29, and Mingjun Wang, 28

Xiaoman Duan, 26, and Wenbin Cao, 26

Emily Rose McGhghy, 18, and Joseph Alan Page, 21

Ashton Elizabeth Gage, 21, and Sean Douglas Madden, 22

Maria Enriqueta Holguin Gallegos, 48, and Felipe De Jesus Ramirez Jaramillo, 48

Catherine Florence Tiffany, 48, and David Glenn Atnip, 50

Elizabeth Anita Lum, 42, and Antonio Saul Cardona, 39

Beth Christian Copeland, 24, and Steven Jarrett Simpson, 27

Kelsey Lee Easley, 29, and Antonio Lopez Charqueno, 37

Carrie Melissa Blessing, 33, and Ryan Daniel White, 30

Chelsea Kay Marshall, 20, and Stewart Wayne Simpson, 22

Ashley Rose Russell, 26, and Cecil Leon Marsh Jr., 36

Dedra Ann Stafford, 35, and Bryan Russell Hansbro, 30

Kristi Lynn Louise Hutson, 26, and Sean Michael French, 27

Tammy Marie Gibson, 22, and Michael Brandon Canfield, 29

Jimi Lynn Marshall, 22, and Chase R. Martin, 28

Deborah Lynn Kennison, 33, and Nonito Daniel Hernandez Jr., 41

Rose Ann Johnson, 58, and James Kennon Haffner, 52

Kenberly Anne Haffner, 29, and Clifford Ray Williams Jr., 31

Kristen Michelle Hanks, 28, and Grant Thomas Gille, 31

Mary Kay Herron, 49, and Ronald Marx Stall, 51

Cristal Pulido, 23, and Jose Raul Martinez Moreno, 20

Hayley Elizabeth Baxter, 20, and Christopher Aaron Thompson, 19

Sheila Danette Lloyd, 43, and Michael Patrick Brown, 48

Jennifer Renae Green, 26, and Alec William Steven Street, 22

Elizabeth A. Hamm, 25, and Roger Henry Thomas, 40

Mwana Akili Wofford, 38, and Gaston Donya Sanders, 40

Keri Renee Lapach, 37, and Donovan Smith, 40

Jazmine Cristina Foster, 19, and Kyle Matthew Wagner, 21

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