Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-CV-0342 — HSBC Bank USA, N.A., v. Karen L. Casto, 377 Glenn Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $72,950.

14-CV-0344 — Bank of America, N.A., v. Mary R. Bussard, Enon, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 3926 Raymond Dr., Enon, for $85,848.

14-DP-0447 — Hillary Rachel Times, Fairborn, v. Timothy Wayne Dever, Manchester, petition for civil sexually oriented offense protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Robert Barr v. Francis Barr, decree of divorce granted.

Kimberly S. Simpson v. Lester A. Simpson, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Athena Credit Union, nka International Harvester Employee Credit Union, Inc., v. Steven E. Haff, judgment for $11,712 and $2,880.

Deutsche Bank Trust Co. Americas, as Trustee, v. The Estate of Verna J. Jones, et al., decree in foreclosure for $49,498.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Sarah A. Potter, et al., foreclosure vacated, case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

Green Tree Servicing LLC v. Jacquelyn J. Hoffman, et al., judgment for $43,498.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Robert T. Remley Jr., et al., judgment for $97,429.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Jami D. Vermillion aka Jami D. Parrett, et al., decree in foreclosure for $65,754.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Ivan E. Ridenour, et al., decree in foreclosure for $47,547.

Cincinnati Insurance Co., v. Daniel Strateger, judgment for $15,852.

Caliber Home Loans, Inc., fka Vericrest Financial, Inc., v. Harriet A. Birt aka Harriett A. Birt, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s cost.

Jeffrey L. Huggins, Admin., et al., v. David A. Willey, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, v. George Keriazes, judgment for $20,739.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Rachel L. Culp, et al., judgment vacated, case dismissed.

JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, v. Darrell C. Cotrell, et al., judgment vacated, case dismissed.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Christina C. McIntosh, et al., decree in foreclosure for $134,699.

State of Ohio v. $2,000 in U.S. Currency, $2,000 in U.S. Currency forfeited to the State of Ohio.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Adam Joseph Luna, 30, Denver, Colo., BNSF Railway Co., to Carmen Elizabeth Faust, 29, Denver, Colo., Kaiser Permanente.

Gregory Steven Wise, 49, 1429 Groop Road, finance director, to Erica Grace Herbst, 40, 1429 Groop Road, consultant.

Patrick Michael O’Neill, 30, firefighter/EMT, to Kimberly Cleo Bliss, 29, photographer.

Andrew Patrick Silvers, 21, 2910 Red Coach Dr., sales accounting proc., to Haley Jean Roseberry, 21, 3114 Columbus Ave., orthodontist technician.

Deron Gene Tagg, 48, 1218 N. Lowry Ave., carpenter, to Kimberly Lawson, 54, 1218 N. Lowry Ave., LPN.

Shannon Tywan Bullock, 34, 318 Chestnut Ave., warehouse work, to Damira Ann Stamper, 29, 318 Chestnut Ave., sales.

Chad Ryan Taylor, 23, South Charleston, factory associate, to Courtnei Rae Braithwaite, 21, South Charleston.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Swifty Transportation Inc., to Certified Oil Co., Inc., 2517 S. Limestone St., Springfield; $55,000.

Donald David Hatfield to Donald David Hatfield, 2847 Oletha Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Charles Edward Hatfield Jr., to Donald David Hatfield, 2847 Oletha Ave., Springfield; no fee.

National Trail Parks & Recreation to City of Springfield, Ohio, 0 W. Leffel Lane, Springfield; no fee.

California Coastal Acquisition Fund I LP to Tschida Investments LLC, 3313 Eastham St., Springfield; $44,000.

Tyler J. Vassar to Bank of America NA, 2741 Conowoods Dr., Springfield; $100,000.

David J. and Teresa K. Parillo to Jason C. Troester and Alicia D. Knecht, 3120 Meyer Ct., Springfield; $232,000.

Sofia E. Doyle to Wayne and Pamela Pitstick, 825 Hartford Dr., Springfield; $104,000.

National Trail Parks & Recreation to City of Springfield, Ohio, two parcels, 0 S. Yellow Springs St., Springfield; no fee.

FNBN I LLC to Park Hills Sentre LTD, 819 W. Columbia St., Springfield; $7,800.

Greg A. Paul to Robert R. Adams, 1006 Mt. Joy St., Springfield; $38,500.

Christopher M. and Lisa A. Cypryla to Lisa Cypryla, 0 and 327 Roseland Ave., W., Springfield; no fee.

SSP Property Investments LLC to Karen D. Brown, 1850 Maryland Ave., Springfield; $68,000.

Christopher D. Catanzaro to Nathan J. Thue, 48 E. Cassilly St., Springfield; $63,800.


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