2014-08-01T00:00:00Z Bankruptcies The Billings Gazette
August 01, 2014 12:00 am

Billings-area filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, June 1-30, 2014. Addresses are in Billings unless otherwise noted.

Chapter 7

Brittany Jo Kirkegard, 932 Cook Ave., June 3.

Carol Susan Schuman, 725 N. 25th St., No. 205, June 9.

Adam Lee Hinman, Jenny Rebecca Hinman, 214 Durland Ave., Laurel, June 13.

Rashell Kay Mundt, 3356 Mcintosh Drive, June 13.

Scott H. Powell, Kerry Lynn Powel, 4540 Scandia Road, Shepherd, June 15.

James Hayden, 912 Ahoy, APT. A, June 15.

Jason D. Goselin, Adea M. Goselin, 1764 Broadview Drive, June 15.

Margaret A. Franklin, 1120 Lincoln Lane No. 9, June 16.

John Lee Card III, 1804 Lewis Ave.,  June 16.

Douglas John Stierle, P. O. Box 50183, June 17.

Wade Julian Bomar, Jacqueline Yvonne Bomar, 275 Westchester Square South, June 18.

Chester Sam Walter, Mary Arlene Walter, 2042 Quanta Lane, June 18.

Judith Maureen Morgan, 2906 Manhattan Drive, June 18.

Kathleen Joann Chatty Larsen, P.O. Box 1162, Red Lodge, June 26.

Julian Geronimo Martin, Jenny Lynn Martin, P.O. Box 142, Shepherd, June 27.

Chapter 13

Brenda Merline Johnson, P.O. Box 22061, June 9.

Kim Mark Feldt, Nancy Jean Feldt, P.O. Box 448, Columbus, June 9.


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