Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0391 - American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Brent Bauer, Byron, Ill., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award.

17-CV-0392 - American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Eric Gress, Caldwell, application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award.

17-CV-0393 - American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Andrew Cole Alsup, Paducah, Ky., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award.

17-CV-0394 - American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. David Lamb, Leesburg, application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award.

17-CV-0395 - American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Derek Van Unnik, Galesburg, Ill., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award.

17-DR-0633 - Catherine M. Uren, Troy, v. Robert J. Uren Jr., Yorktown, Va., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0640 - Lindsey Six, 2129 S. Hadley Road, v. Logan J. Hoke, 745 Villa Road, Apt. 234, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0641 - David Isaac, Medway, v. Matthew Kasinger, Mountain Home, Ark., petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DP-0642 - Andrea Renee Cameron, 918 N. Rose St., v. Charles Frank Feaster Jr., 440 W. High St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DS-0644 - H. Andrew Dillow, 2012 Rutland Ave., and Ashton K. R. Dillow, 1336 Keller Ave., petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-DS-0645 - Kyle S. Travis, 933 Dayton Ave., and Ashley N. Travis, Piqua, petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-DR-0646 - Cecilia Hill, 541 Rensselaer St., v. Christopher C. Hill, 1727 Highland Ave., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0647 - Cassandra Hall, 2740 Conestoga St., v. Marshall Hall, 2740 Conestoga St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0648 - Michelle L. Artis, Stone Mountain, Ga., v. Brian W. Kidd, 50 E. Columbia St., Room #2, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DS-0649 - Megan Propst, New Carlisle, and Shawn Propst, 1406 Lamar Dr., petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Ali K. Reiter v. Chad E. N. Reiter, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Emily Diane Schuyler, 20, New Carlisle, certified nursing assistant, and David Michael-Allen Burgess, 22, New Carlisle, iron worker.

Shannon Marie Boles, 50, 1603 S. Belmont Ave., medical secretary, and Thomas Bruce Tonika, 52, 1603 S. Belmont Ave., disabled.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Patrick K. Salcedo to Ronald L. and Kimberly A. Pontsler, 5240 W. National Road, Springfield; $147,000.

Raymond L. Jones, Trustee, to Phillip M. Jones, Trustee, 400 Villa Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Suzann M. Blanton to Suzann M. and Arnold K. Blanton, 2449 Cottingham Road, N., Springfield; no fee.

Leslie C. Dalton to Matthew C. Armentrout and Ashley E. Dixon, 3956 New York Dr., Enon; $127,000.

Allan M. Pohlman to Flash Photography Studios LLC, 4690 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield; $282,000.

Claude S. and Australia M. Page to Claude S. Page, 2576 Middle Urbana Road and 0 Middle Urbana Road, Rear, Springfield; no fee.

S & D Innovators LLC to Michael T. and Lori B. Gnau, 1907 Erika Dr., Springfield; $240,000.

Charlene Ann Pilcher to Mark E. Hastings, 1145 Blithe Road, Springfield; $62,000.

Short Properties Ltd., to John F. Mears III and Katelyn Mears, 6538 Dialton Road, Springfield; $129,900.

Ronald E. and Rebecca S. Bishop to Kenneth W. Rice III and Tamara S. Rice, 2671 Preston Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Venture Real Estate Group LLC to David L. and Donna Plunkett, 3940 Monterey Ave., Springfield; $52,000.

US Bank Trust, NA, Trustee, to Justin T. and Megan M. Farmer, 606 Vale-Cemetery Road, Springfield; $132,000.

Christopher L. and Amy M. Blair to Dustin R. Thurman, 320 Larchmont Road, Springfield; $94,000.

Nancy E. Haley to Alan B. and Vicki L. Miller, 3512 Oakmont Crt., Springfield; $240,000.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Company to Charla Mosier, 327-329 N. Shaffer St., Springfield; $23,300.

Robert L. and Mary C. Massie to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 619 Grant St., Springfield; no fee.

Ileana Del Campo Gray to Terry McGonigle, 717 Village Road, Springfield; $145,000.

Joy L. Pierson to Animal Welfare League of Clark County Inc., 410 Reames Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Joseph Marquis to Marquis Enterprises Inc., 716 N. Belmont Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Kellynn N. Henson to Bayview Loan Servicing LLC, 224 N. Clairmont Ave., Springfield; $84,300.

City of Springfield to Springfield Group Investments LLC, 522-524 Scott St., Springfield; no fee.

City of Springfield to Sharra Williams, 309 W. Southern Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Joseph B. Marquis to Marquis Enterprises Inc., 503 E. McCreight Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 308 E. Cecil St., Springfield; no fee.

Robert K. and Kathleen W. Phillips to Robert K. and Kathleen W. Phillips, 286 N. Broadmoor Blvd., Springfield; no fee.



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