Liberty County marriage licenses for September 2019

The following couples were issued marriage licenses by the Liberty County Clerk’s Office during the month of September 2019:

  • Taylor Dell Saski and Dakota Morgan Gafford
  • Tyler Gene Story and Tara Lauren Miller
  • Bobby Warren Despain and Loretta Jan Blackstock
  • Troy Earl Mitchell, Jr. and Melissa Kay Tarver
  • Chance Douglas Thornton and Cheyanne Nicole Worthy
  • Frank A. Berry and Sharon Duff McGinnis
  • Kenneth Wayne McCreight and Trista Necole Winder
  • Luka Pantovic and Olivia Rain Nieto
  • Jonathan Walters and Ashley Ann Forrest
  • James David Hilton Jr. and Katlyne Maine Hvamstad
  • Zachary Evan David and Dayna Nicole Tindle
  • Clementz, John Michael and Evelyn Faye Martin
  • Leasman, Justin E. and Chelsey Diann Wolf
  • Shannon Lee Smith and Amanda Jean Baker
  • Curtis Michael Larson and Britteny Nicole Thain
  • Marvin Lynn Humphreys Jr. and Marbell Ibette Hernandez
  • Luis Francisco Guzman and Teresa Vasquez
  • Kerry Jerome Green and Carla Ann Redmond
  • Luis Pineda Romero and Carmina Moreno Gonzalez
  • Ivis Lee Graves and Rebecca Denise Pike
  • Abel Borrachando-Barrera and Cristian Viridiana Arrendondo-Montalvo
  • Dalton Wayne Brown and Jolie Angela Duval
  • Craig Devoe Vickery and Laina Chenelle Jordan
  • Travis Wayne Thornton and Amanda Love Green
  • Cody Ryan Hvamstad and Ashton Marie Sharpe
  • Jacob Daniel Walker and Megan Elizabeth Smith
  • Andrew David Campbell and Jessica Jacquez
  • Noe A. Barrueta and Mireya Sanchez Gonzalez
  • Jonathan David Hayes and Rebekah Jeane Burris
  • Charles Arthur Vance Jr. and Echemendia Elizabeta Rodriguez
  • William Eugene King and Therese Marie Ungles
  • Samir Eloy Reyes Figueroa and Cora Alyss Miller
  • Emmanuel De Jesus Colunga De La Rosa and Naomi Rosa Millan
  • Randall Glenn Stout and Harley Kay Ivy
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Before creating Bluebonnet News in 2018, Vanesa Brashier was a community editor for the Houston Chronicle/Houston Community Newspapers. During part of her 12 years at the newspapers, she was assigned as the digital editor and managing editor for the Humble Observer, Kingwood Observer, East Montgomery County Observer and the Lake Houston Observer, and the editor of the Dayton News, Cleveland Advocate and Eastex Advocate. Over the years, she has earned more than two dozen writing awards, including Journalist of the Year.

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