Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

CURRENT BUSINESS

Christopher Gray v. Tameka N. Gray, both parties granted a divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Sarah Elizabeth Necaise, 36, 819 Elm St., business manager, and Bruce Terrance Skellinger Jr., 44, 819 Elm St., house manager.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Virginia L. Roberts and Kenneth E. Roberts Jr., to Virginia L. Roberts, 2084 Willow Run Cir., Enon; no fee.

John E. Franklin to John E. Franklin and John A. Franklin, 1900 Elaina Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Marc W. and Molly L. Price to Lee T. and Marcy L. Smith, 766 Donnelly Ave., Springfield; $234,000.

Juliana Bruce Maes to William G. Timberman III and Melissa D. Timberman, 3383 Hedgely Road, Springfield; $154,000.

Jeffrey E. Lewis to Premier Property Rentals Ltd., 1642 Falmouth Ave., Springfield; $53,500.

John E. and Patricia A. Richard to Patricia A. Richard, 2619 Garland Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Lee T. and Marcy L. Smith to Ivana S. Machado and Jackie A. Hood, 2656 Cavins Dr., Springfield; $87,000.

Security National Bank to Future Sights LLC, 1123 W. Mulberry St., Springfield; $19,000.

Brent D. Ream to Roseann Sipes, 716 W. Second St., Springfield; $92,000.

Larry Keith and Diana R. Mount to Larry K. and Diana R. Mount, 601 S. Douglas Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Rick A. and Deborah L. Farmer to Whitney B. Perkins, 2137 Hoppes Ave., Springfield; $85,000.

Sabrina G. Gilchrist to Cody L. Hoffman, 2756 Maplewood Ave., Springfield; $77,000.

Nancy Joann Hannahan to Diego L. Martinez, 1727 Victory Dr., Springfield; $80,000.

Suzanne P. Bailey to Misty Brown, 418 S. Hubert Ave., Springfield; $60,000.

Karen Robinson to Dustin and Kathy Owens, 129 W. State St., Springfield; $21,500.

Nations Lending Corp., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 607 E. Cecil St., Springfield; no fee.



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