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November 21, 2012

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MOORE — Marriages

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

Pamela Denise Gilpin, 49, and Christopher Ray Collier, 33

Jessica Marie Whewell, 20, and Matthew Thomas Anderson, 22

Kristin Nicole Butner, 23, and Heithem Ben Farhat, 32

Sarah Anne Holladay, 26, and Eric Svend Kroier, 29

Jessica Marie Mckinzy, 21, and Michael David Bradley, 32

Michele Leigh Calhoun, 35, and Jesse Joe Crain, 39

Richelle Marie Adcock, 24, and Gregory Scott Little, 24

Leticia Eluteria Soto, 39, and Stephen Dale Alexander, 45

Sally Ann Shauberger, 64, and Dwight Alvin Stafford, 65

Melissa Nacole Bottoms, 31, and Jerry Eugene Ward, 33

Lori Ann Treadway, 46, and Christopher Louis Elder, 38

Nhora Helena Giraldo Gonzalez, 32, and Jose Gregorio Reyes, 51

Anastasia Rechelle Oliver, 31, and John Quyen Wickham, 43

Lisgett Margarita Guilarte De Rengel, 48, and Anthony Paul Eads, 46

Megan Joanne Dennis, 39, and Richard W. Jackson, 53

Latasha Leann Allen, 29, and Corey James Stripling, 30

Bessy J. Cruz Romero, 41, and Brian Michael Cushman, 42

Rebecca Judith Morsman, 29, and Shannon Don Black, 35

Brittani Leigh Lindsey, 25, and Cory James Rose, 25

Kristy Lynn Bell, 31, and Ryan Lee Coble, 25

Tracie Lynn Young, 38, and Aaron Wayne Sipes, 50

Tabatha Novalla Burnett, 31, and Joseph Lee Stone, 36

Tanisha Latoy Mitchell, 30, and Dontre Ricol Thompson, 23

Cindy Valeska Noguera, 24, and Humberto Saucedo Carrillo, 26

Nedra Loreal Webster, 32, and William Lawrence Gammage Jr., 37

Stephanie Laverne Ramer, 22, and Daniel Romo, 35

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