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Record: Reported Dec. 21, 2012

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 Divorces granted

Jenna L. Bonner, 37, from Mark S. Bonner, 42, no fault. Joint custody was awarded two minor children.

Sarah A. Watkins, 31, from Jason R. Watkins, 30, no fault. She has the name Ludlum restored.

Bradley K. Heming, 34, from Stacey R. Heming, 33, no fault. Joint custody was awarded one minor child.

Megan M. Hummelsheim, 31, from Matthew M. Hummelsheim, 31, no fault.

Delena L. Koch, 38, from Matthew E. Koch, 38, no fault.

Michelle L. Spierling, 41, from Kirk H. Spierling, 41, no fault. She was awarded custody of two minor children and has the name Miller restored.

Tonja D. Simmons, 42, from Malcolm J. Simmons, 58, on grounds of mental cruelty. She has the name Hull restored.

Anthony C. Spilker, 44, from Hazel Diane Spilker, 40, no fault. She has the name Jordan restored.

Bradley L. Parmenter, 40, from Shelly Parmenter, 44, no fault. She has the name Woosley restored.

Brandy J. Shaw, 26, from Demond L. Shaw, 34, no fault. She was awarded custody of two minor children.

 

 

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