The Moore American

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November 7, 2012

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MOORE — Marriages

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

Paula Alice Greer, 51, and James Edward Jackson, 52

Fallon Tia Mendez, 30, and Matthew Ryan Smith, 34

Jennifer Ashle Barajas, 24, and Jason Edward Richardson, 38

Deborah Renee Fesperman, 45, and Zachary Shane Burton, 38

Michelle Monanique Miller, 19, and Tyler James Williams, 19

Pamela Jean Weaver, 20, and Steven Dwane Howell, 23

Constance Marie Szymczak, 26, and Frank Dean Robinson, 38

Emily Delaine Lemay, 23, and Thomas Francis Ervin Jr II, 29

Jennifer Erin Robinson, 40, and Nicholas Nelson Bartkoski, 35

Julie Michelle Robbins, 43, and David Ray Speck, 50

Rosie Pearl Dunlap, 23, and William Anthony Gillispie, 31

Tammy Jane Howard, 44, and Daniel Mark Belinson, 47

Hillary Pauline Burton, 24, and Jeffrey Wayne Shahan II, 25

Erin Leigh Shreffler, 24, and Steven Lee Bales, 29

Bernadette King, 63, and Brian Craig Swafford, 54

Katie Dawn James, 22, and Anthony Joe Starkey, 24

Denisse Liliana Zamora Velasco, 18, and Luis Antonio Valtierra De Loera, 24

Divorces

The following divorces recently were granted in Cleveland County District Court:

Clahoun, Timothy vs. Brenda

Snyder, Cara Dayle vs. Bobby Allen

Williams, Tina Louise vs. Jerry Lee

Smith, Michelle Angela vs. Jeffrey David

Keranen, Kathleen vs. Bustos, Sergio

Battles, Tyran vs. Crystal

Bishop, Joe D. vs. Victoria

Craig, Donald vs. Evelyn

McGuire, Tracy Scott vs. Ramona Lynn

Bledsoe, Connie Sue vs. Kevin Lonell

Cox, Donald R. vs. Jayce A.

Cunningham, Stacey Elaine vs. Reece, Mickey Taylor

Parkey, Skyler vs. Dewey L. Jr.

Forristall, Kelly Jane vs. Randall Craig

Orr, Kristi Michelle vs. Jason Bryan

Morrison, Brian Jay vs. Margaret Theresa

Cardenas, Diego vs. Shae Lynn

Dunn, Veronica Birkhimer vs. Michael Raymond

Kraft-Cardenas, Ellen Marie vs. Cardenas Orduna, Alberto

— American Staff

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