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Public Records



13-CV-0812 - Deborah Swadener, Individually and as Administrator of the Estate of David Swadener, Tremont City, v. Metalcraft of Mayville, Inc., dba Scag Power Equipment, c/o Edwin A. Gallun Jr., registered agent, Mayville, Wisconsin, and Coleman’s Lawn Equipment, 2133 Troy Road, complaint in excess of $25,000 due to personal injuries resulting in death on May 1 while operating a Scag Turf Tiger.

13-CV-0813 - Sandra Whitmore, Admnx. of the Estate of Robert E. Spurgeon, St. Paris, v. Thomas W. Ericksen, M.D., 1835 E. High St., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for medical negligence/wrongful death and $5,000 for funeral expenses.

13-CV-0814 - Central Mortgage Co., v. Prem Chandra, 1430 Malden Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1712 Northgate Road, for $58,746.

13-CV-0815 - U.S. Bank NA v. James C. Koster, 3460 Selma Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $162,461.

13-CV-0816 - FIA Card Services, N.A., v. Julie M. McGlaun, New Carlisle, complaint for $24,295.

13-CV-0818 - Debra Toomey and Marianne Etter, Co-Successor Trustees of the Ned B. Etter and Ardith L. Etter Trust, v. Howard A. Bullis and Bonnie H. Stewart, 2723 Limestone St., complaint for $108,771 due on promissory note.

13-CV-0819 - Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. William P. Zinkhon, 2221 Beatrice St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $65,980.

13-CV-0820 - Joy D. McFarland, 1382 Elizabeth Ct., v. Elizabeth McCabe, 2501 Old Selma Road, et al., complaint for $49,738 due on cognovit promissory note.

13-DP-0952 - Amy Ammons, 1117 Linden Ave., v. Dominque L. Dearmond, 1121 Linden Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DR-0953 - Brittany Riedel, 3808 Old Columbus Road, v. Samuel M. Riedel, Box Elder, South Dakota, complaint for divorce.

13-DS-0955 - Jerry L. Gantt, New Carlisle, and Willa D. Gantt, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS-0956 - Timothy S. Weaver, South Charleston, and Beth A. Weaver, 2504 Hilldale Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.


Racheal Adams v. Jacob Johnson, case voluntarily dismissed.


Marriage Licenses

James Verlin Evans, 31, New Carlisle, factory worker, to Tonya Elaine Cameron, 26, New Carlisle, AUM.

Brandon Edmond Whitt, 25, 2323 Sunset Ave., delivery driver, to Kimberly Lynn Perrin, 25, 2323 Sunset Ave., restaurant manager.

Benjamin James Kyle, 20, 2040 Columbus Ave., upper, assistant manager, to Taite Marie Cusack, 19, 2040 Columbus Ave., upper, restaurant worker.

Raymond Matthew Miracle, 45, 1011 E. Home Road, Apt. A, resident manager, to Beverlee Jo Bell, 53, 1011 E. Home Road, Apt. A, resident manager.

Ryan Seagren Malany, 31, 1129 Ryan Road, principal, to Michelle Nicole Althauser, 37, 1129 Ryan Road, teacher.


Property Transfers

Buckeye 3D, LLC, to FB Springfield NP, LLC, 2544 and 2550 N. Limestone St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Buckeye 3D, LLC, to FB Springfield GA, LLC, 715 Villa Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Buckeye 3D, LLC, to FB Springfield NB, LLC, 2810 and 2936 Derr Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Arthusia Marie Garrett to Arthusia Marie Garrett and Charles A. Lane, 211 W. Singer St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Jacinta U. Webb to Garner J. Back and Sandra K. Back, 204 Sunnybrook Trl., Enon; $90,000.

Wright Patt Credit Union, Inc., to Lois D. Miller and Dale A. Miller, 4720 Heron Road, Springfield, Green Twp.; $150,000.

Stephen R. Dunbar Estate to Richard G. and Theresa A. Bostick, 2654 S. Yellow Springs St., Springfield Twp.; $71,000.

Ruth Elinor Guyton Estate to D. Christopher Guyton, 524 E. Home Road, City of Springfield; $26,000.

Roger A. Parsons to Linda J. O’Neil, 370 Englewood Road, City of Springfield; $115,000.

E. Rose Lingo to David Earl Trollinger and Beverly Ann Trollinger, division of parcels, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

Estate of Carolyn May Pencil to Gene Pencil, 3483 N. Hampton Road, Springfield, Pike Twp.; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Bank of America N.A., 328 St. Paul Ave., Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Elmer A. Rickert Sr., to Helen S. Rickert, 1263 Klose Ave., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Jo Ann Stapleton and J. William Stapleton to J. William Stapleton and Jo Ann Stapleton, 4294 Pine Tree Pl., Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Estate of Forrest Kennedy to Anita E. Kennedy, one parcel, Pike Twp.; no fee.

Robert Lee Wheeler Estate to Kathy Aleshire and Peni Augustine, 89 E. Pleasant St., Catawba; no fee.

Genevieve M. McNerney to Genevieve M. McCann, 1601 Fulton Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Thomas A. Thompson and Margaret M. Thompson, Trustees of The Thompson Family Trust, to Thomas A. Thompson, Trustee of The Thompson Family Trust, 2930 Archer Lane, City of Springfield; no fee.

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