The Record: Oct. 25 - Omaha.com
Published Monday, October 25, 2010 at 8:00 am / Updated at 12:53 am
The Record: Oct. 25

DIVORCE ACTIONS

DOUGLAS COUNTY

Asked

Ashley Hammon vs. Joseph

Sierra R. Kinney vs. Jeffrey B.

Michelle L. Rayborn vs. Aaron J.

Marchelle A. Elston-Hirsh vs. Gary L. Hirsch

Shailesh J. Ranchod vs. Varsha S.

Cheryl D. Keffer vs. Delbert E. Jr.

Dave Cwirko vs. Catherine A.

Ayaovi E. Da Cruz vs. Akoba Akoubia

James Brazda vs. Nadla Correia

Sarah E. Watkins vs. Jesse A.

Jason A. Minor vs. Sasha

Annie M. Harris vs. Kevin B.

Craig G. Doumis vs. Gina M.

John E. Afele vs. Clarissa M. Irvin

Megan L. Gauchan vs. Rajan

Tonya M. Goodwin vs. Douglas O.

Vanessa L. Nash vs. Gordon L. II

Alvaro Gonzalez Inestroza vs. Lila M. Gonzalez Rodriguez

Patricia L. Loftis vs. David S. Sr.

Edward F. Bean II vs. Linda J.

Ryan M. Clauson vs. Kelly J. Nekola

Natasha Wellwood vs. Asadullo Izatulloev

Chapin E. Shaffer vs. Rachel M.

David E. Barry vs. Jennifer M.

Lanessa K. Dawson vs. Adam P.

Mary K. Crunk vs. Monte L.

Athaliah E. Parker vs. Arnell D. Station

Anne L. Opperman vs. Eric V.

Dante A. Vicario Sr. vs. Janet Y.

Charles S. Welindt vs. Rosemary K.

Linda L. Nelson vs. Daniel E.

Pilar Alarcon-Celais vs. Ismael Ortiz-Morales

Marisol Hernandez vs. Luis O. Cisneros Jimenez

Susan J. Caniglia vs. Casey C.

Lourdes B. Coba vs. Gerardo Balcazar

Constance S. Dyer vs. Jeffrey D.

Jonathan J. Fager vs. Lisa M.

Mary J. Erwin vs. Robert C.

Anita E. Clark vs. Mike R.

Michelle L. Beckman vs. Michael K.

Granted

Bernadette A. Howeth and Aaron P. Fladby

Jackie S. Merriman and Jeffrey A.

Penny M. Promes and Randall G.

Jordan S. Maddex and Lance R.

Jamie K. Spicer and Daniel J.

Candie M. Marshall-Thanasas and Michael E.

Joellen L. Copeland and Clifford R. Thompson II

Lesley B. Gendelman and Miles B. Ehrenkranz

Tonia Shuler and Charles

Martha Ebberson and Claude Bell

Timothy E. Stastny Sr. and Tisha M.

Sandra Kreutzian and Ronald D.

Nancy S. Maynard and Roland D.

Richard Cornell and Debra

Shirley Hardiman and Michael K.

Jamie M. Swan and Kevin J.

Ron D. Stark and Shawna D.

Jennifer P. Letter and Andrew P.

Johnny R. Gomez IV and Sherri L. Frey-Gomez

Yolanda E. Black and Terry K.

Jaymie P. Centamore and Shari L.

Michelle L. Suber and Chad M.

Jabari N. Wright and Keri D.

Shawn D. Staiert and Kristi L.

Sondra L. Bravo and Richard

Jeremy R. Belsky and Christine

Helen R. Moore and John C.

Denis R. Zuniga and Thamara Galletti

Marcos R. Castro and Guadalupe Gaytan

Andrea M. Phillips and Stephen S. Beasley

Jade B. Richmond and Pamela L.

Lyndsey R. Livengood and Matthew A.

Michele M. Feichtinger and Matthew J.

Joanne Plank and Alfred E. Vitt

Jami L. Hahn and Robert K.

Marcus D. Linebarger and Brandy L. Gatson-Linebarger

Christopher J. Revord and Kristine R.

Jefferson F. Brewer and Pamela

Adewale M. Busari and Yolanda D. Wright

Jaymee L. Ruffcorn and Scott A.

Julian V. Sanchez and Danielle R.

Scot M. Schneider and Michelle

John E. Nared Jr. and Annette D.

Barbara A. Spicka and Frank J.

Timothy D. Hrdlicka and Marcia L. Mack

Jacky K. Phang and Mai T. Nguyen

Edward Wallace and Denise L.

James R. Taylor and Paris L.

Jason T. Huntington and Renata M.

Bert Cullinane Jr. and Amanda L. Graham

Diana L. Dudley and William W. III

Jennifer L. Beran-Kinyanjui and Paul K. Kinyanjui

Zach Barela and Crystal

Gloria Ponce and Macario

Crista L. Abold and Matthew H.

Bridget J. Borcherding and David L.

Theresa R. Hill and Randall R.

Susan E. Coughlin and David D.

Manuel Quevedo and Sherry L. Rivard

Larry O. Henry and Carolyn S. Davis

Charles C. Smith Jr. and Darla J. Gloria J. Griffin and David A. Sr.

Laura Hernandez and Emerson Hernandez

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