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August 21, 2013

Hendricks County court records


Emmanuely Perfecto Kalimili and Jessica Elaine Thornburg, both of Chicago, Ill.

Thomas Russell Greer Jr., Avon, and Melyssa Lynn Minnick, Brownsburg.

Christopher Lee Charles and Johnna Marie Siegrist, both of Danville.

Drake Lucas Johnson, Plainfield, and Lisa Michelle Cote, Danville.

Casey Alan Bell and Nicole Dianne Cloud, both of Pittsboro.

Jimmy Joe Boller, Roachdale, and Emily Jean Fischer, North Salem.

Shay Michael Foley and Jennifer Rachelle Sexton, both of Plainfield.

Kenneth Joseph Heyward and Nicole Elizabeth Kruger-Patchin, both of Avon.

Nicholas James Woodall and Leslie Suzanne Harman, both of Avon.

Andrew J. Fleece and Kyle D. Proctor, both of North Salem.

Riley Houston Banks and Joey Trier Drisko, both of Pittsboro.

Robert Michael Coonfield, Brownsburg, and Aimee Marie Drabyn, Avon.

Jerry J. Eastridge, Brownsburg, and Mary A. Huizenga, Whitestown.

Douglas Ray Wampler and Janine Rae Grover, both of Indianapolis.

Aaron Miller, Quincy, Mass., and Melissa Mcloed, Brownsburg.

John Joseph Murphy, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Tabitha Lynn Ridenour, Plainfield.

Jeremy James O’Brien and Megan Louann Brock, both of Plainfield.

Travis W. Clark and Christine Marie Mitchell, both of Plainfield.

Richard Corey Waggoner, Coatesville, and Jaclyn Tyeece Zupan, Indianapolis.

Otis Lee Mitchel, Plainfield, and Lyndsey Rachel McCubbin, Coatesville.

Matthew A. Schmitt, Lizton, and Brittany L. Lepper, Danville.

Daniel Neil Harris and Kimberly Ann Pritchett, both of Plainfield.

Michael Shaun Wycoff, Brownsburg, and Amanda Marie McClain, Danville.

Anthony Shannon Valdez and Sadie Elizabeth Logeais, both of Avon.

Samuel Baker and Michele Churchill, both of Hinesville, Ga.

James W. Chandler and Hilda Yanina Yataco, both of Plainfield.

Norman K. McDuffie Sr. and Jessica A. Tessersau, both of Avon.

Don Michael Poole and Linda Ann Hume, both of Brownsburg.

Michael Dale Caldwell and Victoria Leigh Rankin, both of Maineville, Ohio.

Jon Christopher Main, Danville, and Natalie Kay Carman, Avon.


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