Marriage licenses: Sept. 14, 2010 |

Marriage licenses: Sept. 14, 2010

Aug. 23

Folks and Parsons: Christopher Myles Folks and Nicole Rae Parsons.

Aug. 24

Massa and Miller: Amber Marie Massa and Wilson Andrew Miller.

Vanduren and Spaid: Jessica Lindsay Vanduren and Brett Dean Spaid.

Aug. 25

Scott and Mann: Brent Lee Scott and Susan Lynn Mann.

DeMartini and Lesueur: Julia Claire Demartini and Bryan Robert Lesueur.

Peake and Favreau: Barbara Carol Peake and Richard Favreau.

Aug. 26

Cunha III and Glessman: Anthony John Cunha III and Britany Nicole Glessman.

Ely and Stern: Kristin Bernice Ely and Jacob Richard Oh Stern.

Little and Vesely: Timothy Robert Little and Tonya Marie Molina Vesely.

Aug. 30

Roberts and Suzuki: Julie Roberts and Gary Taketoshi Suzuki.

Aug. 30

Miller and Perkel: Roxanne Miller and Daniel Perkel.

Aug. 31

Lopez and Magana: David Lopez and Maria Isabel Magana.

Aug. 31

Simpson III and Crosswhite: James Earl Simpson III and Stephanie Michelle Crosswhite.

Sept. 1

Lacefield and Grow: Kelly Marlene Lacefield and Myron Hugh Grow.

Sept. 1

Stone and Marshall: Adrienne Paige Stone and Jeffrey Alan Marshall.

Takasaki and Berringer: Ami Takasaki and Joel Dennis Berringer.

Sept. 2

Curci and Hackler: Carol Leigh Curci and William Lee Hackler.

Daugherty and Montre: Angela Lynn Daugherty and Dillon Jack Montre.

Scott and Arbaugh: Emily Dawn Scott and John Francis Arbaugh.

Sept. 3

Robinson and Schooley: Austin Bridger Robinson and Haley Renn Schooley.

Binkley and Spiropoulos: Jessica Elizabeth Binkley and Andrew Patrick Spiropoulos.

Torre and Wedgbury: Katherine Beatrice Torre and Andrew John Wedgbury.

Hermiston and Bell: Joshua Leslie Hermiston and Lyndee Fay Bell.

Burt and Moyer: Krystal Lynn Burt and Brandin Richard Moyer.

Van Voorst and Giles: Amy Lea Van Voorst and Mitchell Wayne Giles.

Stern and Gottesman: Sandra Ruth Stern and Jeffrey Alan Gottesman.

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