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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-DP-0572 - Jennifer Lynn Williams, New Carlisle, v. Gordon Dirwood Williams III, New Carlisle, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0574 - Rhonda S. Taylor, New Carlisle, v. Scott L. Taylor, Medway, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0575 - Kearstian Mollett, 1938 Wilkes Dr., Apt. D., v. Michael Palmer, 714 Stanton Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, v. Richard L. Rollins, et al., judgment for $73,245.

American Family Mutual Insurance Co., v. Ashlee Diffendal, judgment for $42,000.

The Huntington National Bank v. Jeffery R. Kagey, et al., in rem judgment.

Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. Rita Brown, et al., judgment for $51,308.

Donald A. Merriman v. Donica M. Merriman, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Craig D. Martin and Jennifer L. Martin, dissolution of marriage.

David Burkhardt and Jodi Burkhardt, dissolution of marriage.

Robin Cheryl Maxel and Troy S. Maxel, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

De’Aaron Lamont Morris, 36, 1432 Woodward Ave., press operator, to Michelle Nichole Mitchell, 40, 1432 Woodward Ave., nursing assistant.

Austin Morgan Compton, 32, 2969 Ashlar Dr., information technology, to Christi Lyn Browne, 40, 2969 Ashlar Dr., cardiovascular x-ray technician.

Zachary Tyler-Cole Carson, 27, 802 Suncrest Dr., contractor, to Kayla Ann Sutherland, 26, 802 Suncrest Dr., teacher.

Franklin Danyel Casey, 37, 330 Rosewood Ave., logistics, to Elena Rene Webb, 46, 330 Rosewood Ave., homemaker.

Joshua Ray Hall, 33, 6837 Morris Road, sales representative, to Holly Christine Gravitt, 31, 6837 Morris Road, student.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Mark J. Lewe and Tina Lewe to James M. Doughman and Jamie R. Doughman, 6892 Ballentine Pike, Springfield, Pike Twp.; $150,000.

Teresa A. Gunzelman fka Teresa A. Arnold to James M. Knapp, 1323 Montego Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $103,580.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., as Trustee, to Keren Holdings, LLC, 611 Upper Valley Pike, Springfield Twp.; $29,900.

Kenneth H. King, Trustee under his Declaration of Trust dated 8/20/92, to A & K Farms, Ltd., an Ohio Limited Liability Co., 1680 New Love Road, South Charleston, Harmony Twp.; $280,000.

Elbert L. Woodland and Carol Woodland to Philip G. Belcher and Rose D. Belcher, 1830 Granada Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $145,000.

Nancy C. Lindsey to Richard N. Birt Jr., 2725 Ash Dr., Springfield, German Twp.; $97,900.

Estate of Catherine Ann Nischwitz to Donald W. McKee Jr., and Melissa D. McKee, 1726 Lundgren Road, New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; $40,000.

TCF National Bank to Park Hills Sentre, Ltd., 2191 Seminole Ave., Springfield Twp.; $28,888.

Mary Evelyn Taylor to TCF National Bank, 2191 Seminole Ave., Springfield Twp.; $26,667.

Patricia Louise Riddle to Linda M. Hensley, 128 S. Church St., South Charleston; $74,900.

Estate of Elizabeth A. Campbell to Zachary D. Webster, 4444 Caddington St., Enon, Mad River Twp.; $69,250.

Clarabelle Brandon to Benny L. Foster, 2514 Brookdale Dr., Springfield, Mad River Twp.; $92,000.

John Forrest Christian to Robert C. Wilkin, Jackie E. Mullins and Marvin D. Clem, 4495 Otis St., Enon, Mad River Twp.; $33,000.

Richard H. Taylor and Cindy M. Taylor to Richard A. Robison Jr., and MonaLisa Robison, 1710 Thomas Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $127,000.

John A. Bowlus and Bonny A. Bowlus to Aimee Kuzujanakis, 45 Nightingale Tr., Enon; $169,000.

J. Russell Bartley, Linda Stout and M. Danene Wells to Diana Lee Dodge, 2045 Manhattan Blvd., Springfield, German Twp.; $77,000.

Carole A. Pierce, Alvin S. Putterbaugh and Kathryn J. Putterbaugh to Alvin S. Putterbaugh and Kathryn J. Putterbaugh, 125 S. Main St., New Carlisle; $32,680.47.

Lois M. Mowen to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., as Indenture Trustee, 33 Larchmont Ave., Springfield Twp.; $36,667.

Aaron Shaffer and Randy Shaffer to Kellie D. Mixon, 5353 Ottawa Dr., Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; $99,000.

Virginia M. Farish to Drucila Thompson, 1469 Victorian Way, Moorefield Twp.; $90,000.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., to Joshua D. Shearer, 327 Rawson Dr., New Carlisle; $37,900.

Christopher R. and Jill M. Cook to Edward J. Castle and Amanda B. Brown, 1715 Delmar Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $150,000.

PNC Bank, NA, to Colleen M. Morrow, 1505 Mound St., City of Springfield; $8,000.

Sheriff of Clark County, Ohio, to Ross McKenzie Cunningham and Heather Cunningham, 629-631 S. Fountain Ave., City of Springfield; $37,000.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., to James A. Burton and Marla K. Burton, 333 Sturgeon St., City of Springfield; $27,549.

Sheriff of Clark County to The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 623 Hazelbrook Ave., City of Springfield; $30,000.

Richard Allen Robison Jr., and MonaLisa Robison to Kendra N. Tuttle, 919 Pine St., City of Springfield; $41,000.

Todd Berrien, et al., to U.S. Bank NA, as Trustee for CitiGroup, 111 E. Madison Ave., City of Springfield; $53,334.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Cloye Estes, 1609 W. High St., City of Springfield; $16,500.

Audrey S. Bullard to Evangelos Deftereos and Janice Deftereos, 1739 N. Fountain Blvd., City of Springfield; $95,000.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Chad E. Jensen, 708 S. Wittenberg Ave., City of Springfield; $4,500.

James T. Bridgett and Peggy L. Bridgett to J. Russell Bartley, Linda Stout and M. Danene Wells, 1410 Lamar Dr., City of Springfield; $65,000.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office to Candace French and Charles Parker, 918 Essex St., City of Springfield; $3,334.

James Kyle Riddle and Patricia Louise Riddle to Patricia Louise Riddle, 128 S. Church St., South Charleston; no fee.

PNC Bank, N.A., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1004 Weinland Dr., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Cloye Estes to Cloye Estes and Elin M. Rigsby, 1609 W. High St., City of Springfield; no fee.

The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Michael J. Detrick and Carol L. Detrick, 2145 Beatrice St., City of Springfield; no fee.


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