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PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Lanie Renee Waugh, 19, 5636 Plattsburg Road, nurses aide, and Zachary Samuel Taylor, 18, South Vienna, military.

Michael Andrew Althouse, 51, 269 Glenmore Dr., associate, and Lisa Renae Fitzwater, 42, 269 Glenmore Dr., press operator.

Amber Kay Temple 37, 575 Villa Road, house cleaner, and Michael Lee Kilgore, 42, 575 Villa Road, assembler.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Glenda Irene Brown, Trustee, to Glenda Irene Brown, 925 Weinland St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Todd and Kim St. Pierre to Todd A. St. Pierre, 805 Hedwick St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Clarence L. and Dorothy J. Gifford to Dorothy J. Gifford, 228 Weinland St., New Carlisle; no fee.

708 West Lake LLC to Ruffolo Exchange Eat #2 LLC, 708-714 W. Lake Ave., New Carlisle; $160,000.

Robert J. Heilman to Amber J. Saltis, 309 N. Scott St., New Carlisle; no fee.

J. Richard Dye to Brian and Jennifer Harbage, 4535-4537 N. River Road, Springfield; $271,000.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Jennifer Reedy, 504 E. Main St., South Vienna; no fee.

AUG Property Investments LLC to William A. and Diana R. McKenzie, 4035 Raymond Dr., Enon; $139,900.

Judith A. Walthall, Trustee, to Michelle A. Blackburn, 0 Hustead Road, Springfield; no fee.

Yosef J. Hassan to Scott Clemons, 39 W. Hunter Dr., Enon; $196,000.

Patricia and Steven Shelton to Brian Todd Puckett, 1602 Sierra Ave., Springfield; $66,000.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., to Jennifer Reedy and Sandy Benedict, 4652 Reno Lane, Springfield; no fee.

Richard E. and Susan M. Stratton to Susan M. Stratton, 5404 Stoneridge Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Davidson Farms to Charles Edward Lippencott and Susan J. Fornof, 0 N. Dayton-Lakeview Road, New Carlisle; $615,000.

Timothy L. and Sherry A. Wiskirchen to Sarah B. Cahalan, 234 Saddlebrook Run, North Hampton; $164,500.

Bruce W. Abbott to Jana Messinger and Craig Arrowood, 14295 and 0 Urbana-London Road, London; $295,700.

Holly S. Walters to Holly S. and James Walters, 3175 Maplewood Ave., Springfield; no fee.

S & D Innovators LLC to Paris L. Hilliard, 3036 New Haven St., Springfield; $113,000.

J. Richard Dye to Suzanne R. Crawford, 1211 Eastgate Road, Springfield; $95,000.

Scott A. and Tabitha J. Hootman to Brandon A. and Sydney L. Latimer, 2143 Harshman Blvd., Springfield; $110,000.

Calvin C. Markley to Stephen C. Markley, 817 and 0 Allen Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Janet L. Decker to Janet L. and John M. Decker, 1435 Logan Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Janet L. Decker to John M. Decker, 1436-1438 Logan Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Tony L. and Trisha S. Bailey to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 1224 Rice St., Springfield; no fee.

Louis E. French to Valerie L. French, 839 E. Cecil St., Springfield; no fee.

Joann L. Channels to Calixto and Maria S. Cabrera, 440 E. Euclid Ave., Springfield; $9,000.



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