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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

16-CV-0678 - Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Misty Foster, as possible heir to the Estate of James M. Copley Jr., 2007 E. County Line Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1115 Maiden Lane for $56,548 and $12,927.

16-CV-0679 - Stephen Estep, individually and as the Executor of the Estate of Laura Estep, v. Springfield Regional Medical Center, c/o Community Mercy Health Partners, 100 Medical Center Dr., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for wrongful death.

16-CV-0680 - Dillon M. Stevens, 2936 Derr Road, Apt. 205, v. Registrar, Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Columbus, notice of administrative appeal regarding license suspension.

16-CV-0682 - Union Savings Bank, Cincinnati, v. Richard A. Kimble aka Richard L. Kimble, individually and as Executor of the Estate of Patricia A. Kimble, Smyrna, Tenn., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 5550 Calais Dr., for $73,891.

16-DR-0892 - William C. Wood II, South Vienna, v. Mallory Smith Wood, address unknown, complaint for divorce.

16-DP-0894 - Dawn Epps, 924 S. Yellow Springs St., v. Deangelo Epps, 924 S. Yellow Springs St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-0895 - Amanda Willman, 228 E. McCreight Ave., v. Christopher Chobot, 228 E. McCreight Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DS-0896 - Duane Ricketts, 504 E. Madison Ave., and Winona Ricketts, South Charleston, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. William D. Gibson, convicted of insurance fraud, three years community control, $1,500 fine to be paid within 12 months.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Cyle C. Young, et al., decree in foreclosure for $34,937.

State of Ohio v. William Rodney Reed Jr., community control continued and extended an additional two years due to violation.

State of Ohio v. Joseph Jacks, case dismissed.

Abby J. Dillard v. James M. Dillard, case dismissed.

Katrina Marie Longshore v. James Dean Longshore, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Jason Scott Holt, 42, New Carlisle, disabled, to Victoria Lynn Morris, 36, New Carlisle, customer care.

Patton Edward Borders, 40, 4206 E. National Road, union carpenter, to Tabitha Elaine Kimbrough, 29, 4206 E. National Road, certified nurse assistant.

Brent Eugene Predmore Jr., 18, 614 Sherman Ave., dishwasher, to Lizabeth Alycia Kilgore, 18, 2756 Maplewood Ave.

Jessica Lynn Wahlrab, 26, 2916 Hyannis Dr., teachers aide, to Brent Ryan Zerkle, 26, 2916 Hyannis Dr., student.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Donald E. Capper to William D. and Linda S. Pittman, 9351 Lower Valley Pike, New Carlisle; $135,000.

David E. Knisley, Donna J. Knisley and Kristy S. Knisley to David E. Knisley and Donna J. Knisley, 2245 Katherine Blvd., Medway; no fee.

Julie A. Parrott to Cindee L. Johnson, 129 N. Main St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Mary Jane Ziegler to Roger A. and Laura A. Blumenschein, 3342 Flowerdale Road, Springfield; $84,000.

Elizabeth Kay Shirk and Timmie R. Shirk to Ronald E. and Kimberly M. Griest, 4205 Penny Pike, Springfield; $200,000.

Helen S. Pepple to Matthew A. and Julie A. Clark, 0 Miller Road, Springfield; $15,000.

Daniel Ivan and Dorothy Kay Paugh to Matthew A. and Julie A. Clark, 0 Miller Road, two parcels, and 1960 Shrine Road, Springfield; $295,000.

Clifford L. and Constance A. Allen to Constance A. Allen, 461 Shady Dr., Tremont City; no fee.

Teresa L. Hanson to Jason R. Grim, 123 W. Mound St., South Charleston; $89,900.

Tyler Keith Jenks to John P. McDonough II, 1554 Ridgeway Dr., Springfield; $117,500.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Patricia Ann Huber, 2416 Lindair Dr., Springfield; $104,000.

Teresa L. and Bernard W. Green to Yasu Bryan, 2024 Willow Run Cir., Enon; $158,000.

Bryon C. and Jo Anne Harris to Bryon C. Harris, 4421 Moorefield Road, Springfield; no fee.

Bertha I. Chenoweth to Elisabeth Lang and Anthony H. Lang Jr., 2601 Mechanicsburg Road, Springfield; $131,000.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB to Francis P. and Cynthia A. Catanzaro, 220 Thomaston Trl., Springfield; $110,000.

Herbert M. Perrin, Trustee, to Dwight H. Perrin, 0 Ballentine Pike, New Carlisle; no fee.

Larney W. Cain II and Demetria Cain to Demetria Cain, 3737 Vernon-Asbury Road, South Vienna; no fee.

Jimmy M. Cosby to Steven E. and Donna Barnhart, 4364 Callahan Road, South Vienna; $162,500.

W. Roger and Ramona Y. Thompson, Trustees, to Bloomers LLC, 0 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield; no fee.

Martha J. Ingle to Martha J. and Joseph T. Ingle, 565 Aberfelda Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Kathryn B. Welch to Elaine S. McDonald, 1707 Crestview Dr., Springfield; $88,000.

Jack E. Levan to Phoenix Properties Group LLC, 1647 N. Plum St., Springfield; $150,000.

Steven E. Lee to Terry and Karen Packer, 174 Lawnview Ave., Springfield; $30,000.

Brian Taylor and Julia Swords to Chelsey N. Stillings, 611 Reading Dr., Springfield; $66,000.

Karen A. Dubbs to Linda Sue Wilson and Dale D. Dubbs, 2634 Morton Dr., Springfield; no fee.


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