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May 26, 2013

Marriages

NORMAN — The following marriage licenses recently were filed in Cleveland County District

Court:

Deanna Rae McNutt, 47, and Solomon Lemley Jr., 46

Magen Marie Gilleland, 22, and Allex Michael Gustin, 20

Andrea Rochelle Marsh, 27, and Joshua Cruz Rafael Figueroa, 23

Brandy Janelia Lara, 30, and Jerry Dean White II, 29

Saxon Nicole Turner, 23, and Tyler James Smith, 23

Rebekah Ann Husted, 26, and Matthew James Lynam, 29

Megan Lee Noggle, 26, and Derek Kyle Sturgeon, 28

Gaye Lynn Sayers, 43, and Jeffrey B. Schmidt, 46

Tiffany Lee Nichols, 21, and Brandon Garrett Bocco, 23

Tayler Chayne Jones, 24, and Kyle Taylor Gorem, 24

Sarah Elizabeth Callihan, 22, and Michael Kent Wilkinson, 22

Savannah Harley Burke, 18, and Luis Alberto Marcos Mendez, 26

Jami Farr Riddle, 34, and Ronnie Roy Valenzuela, 36

Lisa Danielle Swain, 28, and Jon Wesley Lewis, 28

Kelcee Jo Cooley, 24, and Justin Wayne Blake, 24

Tiffany Dawn Kling, 33, and Timothy Eugene Goode, 25

Katherine Ann Carrell, 26, and Kyle Jay Walker, 28

Eileen Therese Briski, 28, and Zachary Thomas Parker, 28

Chance Lee James, 39, and Grant Ray Stafford, 40

Jacquelyn DeAnn Slater, 28, and Tremayne Duane Reese, 39

Brittany Nicole Atwood, 22, and Darren Scott Burton, 24

Maria T. Barrientos Arriaza, 32, and Herber E. Matozo Menendez, 34

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