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July 6, 2014

Marriages, July 6, 2014

The following couples have been issued marriage licenses by the Howard County Clerk’s office:

Gerald L. Thompson and Sandra L. Marini, Russiaville.

Nathaniel Glen Cox, Middle Grove, New York, and Megan Christine Steward, Kokomo.

Nathan Andrew Turley and Emily Elizabeth Brewer, Kokomo.

Robert James Ruckman, Greentown, and Chenelle Dustina Marie Redding, Peru.

Michael D. Vary and Sabrina S. Parnham, Russiaville.

Jeffrey N. Stevens, Kokomo, and Elizabeth A. Willis, Kokomo.

Troy D. Moore, Kokomo, and Cleda Lucille Liberty, Kokomo.

Raymond Bontrager, Bunker Hill, and Holly C. Daupert, Kokomo.

Joshua Lee Day and Brandon Odell Patrick, Kokomo.

Mary M. Winters and Jennifer L. Grubb, Kokomo.

Steven H. Lawson Jr. and David A. Voelker, Kokomo.

James Samuel Minor II and Mark Allen Bisch, Kokomo.

Samantha G. Hall-Fisher and Heather N. Hall-Fisher, Russiaville.

Brandon M. Looney and David Lee Ray, Kokomo.

Carolyn Sands and Heather R. Herron, Kokomo.

Dawnyel M. Sanders and Kendra R. Robertson, Kokomo.

Danna A. Bonfiglio and Lorna D. Harbaugh, Kokomo.

Pandora S. Miller and Susan Gay Young, Kokomo.

Perry N. Gibbs II, Kokomo, and Jeremy Allen Ramsey, Sharpsville.

David A. Clark and Douglas D. Pardieck, Kokomo.

Ashleigh Marie Irwin and Shannon L. Blankenship, Kokomo.

Abigail Jane Lewis and Danielle Lee Primmer, Kokomo.

S. Ray Taylor and Henry Andreas Clingman, Kokomo.

Barbara J. Asay and Maria Hockersmith, Kokomo.

Joshua Michael Pierceall and Brooke Ellen Robertson, Kokomo.

Nicholas Gregory Sale, Kokomo, and Brooke M. Cantrell, Kokomo.

Frances K. Hovis, Kokomo, and Angela L. Quackenbush, Kokomo.

Tawnya N. Kellar-Lewis and Kimberly Sue Kellar-Lewis, Greentown.

Paige Breanne Turley, Kokomo, and Heather Marie Hernandez, Kokomo.

Sabrina Marie Gibson, Kokomo, and Ashley Anne Frew, Kokomo.

Kevin Lee Shelly and Cassandra L. Halton, Kokomo.

Cynthia A. Sizemore and Lisa Mast, Kokomo.

Dennis Wayne Graves, Peru, and Dennis E. Leatherman, Kokomo.

Jason L. Calvert, Rochester, and Sir-Rodrigues Deylon Clark, Kokomo.

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