The Norman Transcript


January 20, 2013


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

Megan Nicole Riggs, 23, and Jesse Don Dean, 29

Marcie Corbett Mitchell, 59, and William Andrew Eason, 60

Brittany Nicole Peacock, 21, and Keith William Zink, 21

Laci Danielle Wood, 24, and Kasey Shay James, 25

Rachell Lynne Salser, 21, and Jeremy Martin Perez, 23

Krystal Jean Stahl, 25, and Se Nam Suh, 27

Jennifer R. Blanton, 39, and Robert Allen Macom, 49

Michelle Zambrano Romero, 29, and Juan Andres Franco-avalos, 33

Amanda Denae Fullingim, 23, and Tyler Ray Porter, 21

Courtney Michelle Dendy, 21, and Matthew Paul Vile, 23

Patricia Ann Robinson, 53, and Lloyd Eugene Crawford, 58

Navarad Sangsa, 33, and Kevin Sean Smith, 44

Leiloni Nichole Kaonohi, 25, and Keenaan Jaimiah Neal, 22

Thanh Huong Quach, 60, and Tuan Anh Nguyen, 59

Wella Areglo Anderson, 32, and Kyle A. Hart, 27

Kathryn M. Wade, 38, and Jimmy Dewayne Moomey, 42

Jaquea Unique Hooks, 20, and Jerry Cornell Williams Jr., 41

Megan Jane Gibbs, 31, and Maclaine Paul Palmore, 37

Sandra Leigh Privett, 55, and Brian John Ouellet, 52

Brooke Elizabeth Taylor, 18, and Scott Dewayne Hill, 22

Lacy Mckayla Freeman, 18, and Thomas Monroe White, 19

Ana Cecilia Padilla Ibon, 28, and Juan Carlos Sanchez De Loera, 32

Angela Kay Pool, 30, and Tony Ray Brown, 30

Mira Bae, 32, and Sunki Kim, 33

Andrea Marie Lundquist, 32, and Randall Hugh Birkicht, 43

Maria Ascencion Martinez Tapia, 33, and Wilfredo Verdejo Berrios, 34

Maria Del Carmen Lopez-Lopez, 40, and Isidro Albarran Aguirre, 46

Brenda Del Pilar Perez Velasco, 18, and Jose A Velasco Martinez, 27

— Transcript Staff

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