Bankruptcies

2014-07-01T18:04:00Z Bankruptcies The Billings Gazette
July 01, 2014 6:04 pm

Billings area bankruptcy petitions filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court May 1-31, 2014. Addresses are Billings unless otherwise noted.

Chapter 7

Joey M. Silverthorne, Angela R. Silverthorne, 424 Elm Ave., Laurel, May 1.

Kevin Odenthal, 139 Avenue B, May 3.

Michael Todd Milligan, 1708 Ninth St. W., May 7.

Christopher A. Roberts, Arlene M. Roberts, 720 Avenue E, Apt. 2, May 8.

Howard Ernest Rickard, Pamela Gwenette Rickard, 922 Sixth Ave., Laurel, May 8.

Brian Keith Kelly, Rachael Kathleen Kelly, 719 Yellowstone Ave., May 9.

Jarrett A. Roberts, 728 Starlight Drive, May 9.

Janielle Z. Jacobson, 840 Miles Ave., May 12.

Michael James Anderson, Lynda Mae Anderson, 1992 Avenue B, May 12.

Derrick William Tokar, Gilleette, Wyo., Kelphen Lee Tokar, 4534 Stone St., May 12.

Kurt Edgell, Karen Edgell, 5233 Black Stone Circle, May 12.

Corey N. Candelaria, 2207 Central Ave. Apt. 101, May 13.

Paul A. Toth, Judith L. Toth, 443 Crow Lane, May 13.

Tammy Lin Miller-Hill, 1627 Kelby Drive No. 1, May 13.

Michael Patrick Boespflug, 3812 Slalom Drive No. 374, May 14.

Guy W. Yeager, 3015 Sixth Ave. S., May 14.

Andrew D. Boyer, 1603 Broadwater Ave., May 15.

Brendon Dale Southworth, 4429 Lux Ave., May 16.

Nanci June Schmidt, 921 E. Fourth St. No. 10, May 19.

Cheryle Ann Cook, 3455 Old Hardin Road, No. 81, May 19.

Karen K. Kellogg, 649 Parkhill Ave. No. 3, May 21.

Henry Anastacio Rodriguez, 214 Homewood Park Drive, May 22.

Jennifer Anne Abfalder, 410 Ninth St. W., May 27.

Benjamin Lee Polesky, 1802 Sixth Ave. W., May 28.

Dennis Avery Thomason, Michelle Lynn Thomason, 730 Avenue C, May 29.

Raymond Scott Hilliard, 14 Prince Of Wales Drive, May 30.

Chapter 13

Paul Max Morning, Carlotta Noreen Morning, 1509 Wicks Lane, May 2.

Connie Ann Larson, Roger Alan Larson, 1919 11th Ave. N., May 12.

Billy Earl Holloway, Linda Joy Holloway, 430 Calhoun Lane, May 23.

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