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COMMON PLEAS COURT

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Ted Baron Finney, 69, 3433 Kingsreach Lane, retired, to Darlene Sue Von Rissen, 65, West Harrison, Ind., retired.

Kelly Jo McClanahan, 45, South Charleston, factory worker, to Anthony David Salsgiver Sr., 41, South Charleston, factory worker.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

John C. Weber Jr., and Carolyn J. Weber to John C. Weber Jr., 143 Braun St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Matthew F. Columbe to The Huntington National Bank, 926 Firwood Dr., New Carlisle; $40,000.

Eagle Ohio Rental Properties LLC to Sherry Ringler, 2110 Troy Road, Springfield; $57,000.

Darlene J. Russell and Patricia S. Avon to Darlene J. Russell, 2154 Willow Run Cir., Enon; no fee.

Julie L. Barnhart to Raymond W. Goldsberry and Julie L. Barnhart, 1809 Merrydale Road, Springfield; no fee.

Mary Kathleen Schutte to Keith and Arlene Lemon, 1695 Berwick Ave., Springfield; $121,000.

Ronda M. Nissley and Lavern I. Nissley to Maria E. Navarrete Calderon, 4210 Willowbrook Dr., Springfield; $122,900.

Grant A. Nicodemus to Grant A. Nicodemus and Stacy D. Nicodemus, 8655 Stott Road, New Carlisle; no fee.

Lois C. Diamond to Sandra Lee Campbell, 2903 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield; $60,000.

Patricia L. Wiseman to John H. McCoy, 527 Aberfelda Dr., Springfield; $203,400.

Jacqueline M. Allen and Edward R. McCracken to Tamara F. Stiles and Robert Bates, 1925 S. Bird Road, Springfield; $155,000.

Dee Ann Yohe and Cara Cristine Holt to Jenna L. and Justin T. Christello, 1261 Kingsgate Road, Springfield; $243,500.

Mary Lou Moser to William M. and Kathleen E. Brennan, 3057 Brixton Dr., E., Springfield; $98,000.

Clifford J. and Bonnie S. Meyer to Clifford J. and Bonnie S. Meyer, Trustees, 830 Weybridge Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Ethel W. Hixon to Amy L. Eimer, 2715 Red Coach Dr., Springfield; $67,500.

Vincent L. Webb to Fannie Mae, 1374 Driscoll Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Maxine M. Luster to Charles E. Knisley, 1201 Beverly Ave., two parcels; 0 Beverly Ave.; 1201 Caplinger Dr.; 0 Albemarle Road, two parcels; Springfield; $37,000.

City of Springfield, Ohio, to Midland Properties Inc., 227 N. Jackson St., and 221-221 ½ Jackson St., Springfield; no fee.

Wayne Allan and Carolyn Sue Roberts to Carolyn Sue Roberts, 1314 Skyline Lane, Springfield; no fee.

Carolyn Sue Roberts to Mary E. Jenkins, 1314 Skyline Lane, Springfield; $36,000.

James A. Campbell to James A. Campbell, 930 Mount Joy St., Springfield; no fee.

Jason Ladwig to Nationstar Mortgage LLC, 2120 and 0 Tavenner St., and 2124 Tavenner St., two parcels, Springfield; $14,000.

Vadabelle I. Coleman, Trustee, to Philip B. Wall, 2767 Merritt St., Springfield; $20,000.

Leonard E. Arnold to Daniel and Emma Lanham, 930 Sherman Ave., Springfield; no fee.

James E. Heath LLC to Five Rivers Land Company LLC, 5 E. Columbia St., Springfield; $126,000.

Jonathan G. and Kimberly L. Kuehnle to Christopher T. and Meighan C. Schutte, 102 N. Kensington Pl., two parcels, Springfield; $181,000.

Jenna L. Binz to Patrick J. Simonton, 135 S. Kensington Pl., Springfield; $140,000.

Jennifer Davis to Luke M. Pounds, 1711 Trinity Dr., Springfield; $94,900.

Theodore P. and Jennifer H. Versteeg to Justin and Tera Mohler, 1656 and 0 Midvale Road, Springfield; $246,000.

Brian D. and Catherine H. Turner to Christopher A. Gargrave, 267 W. First St., Springfield; $98,000.


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