Bankruptcies

2014-03-01T00:00:00Z Bankruptcies The Billings Gazette
March 01, 2014 12:00 am

Billings area bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Jan. 1-31, 2014. Addresses are in Billings unless otherwise noted.

Chapter 7

Kristi Marie Mills, 23 Wakefield Drive. Jan. 9.

Dusty Joe Kluesner, Heather Renee Kluesner, 323 Fattig Creek Road, Roundup, Jan. 10.

Michael Leroy Ament, Ione Bea Ament, 1040 Governors Boulevard, Jan. 14.

Sherry Black, 4952 Danford Drive No. 2 , Jan. 15.

Shelley Kaye Carlton, Christopher James Carlton, 3037 East Copper Ridge Loop, Jan. 15.

Raymond Marquez, 2220 St. Johns Ave. A23, Jan. 21.

Sarahann I. Zimmerman, 3900 Olympic Boulevard B10, Jan. 22.

Ronald Ray Anderson, 4282 Vaughn Lane, Jan. 24.

Daren Michael Blakely, 714 North 31st, No. 2, Jan. 27.

James J Neutgens, 502 1/2 Crawford Ave., Hardin, Jan. 27.

Jannett Carol Dell, P.O. Box 796, Red Lodge, Jan. 29.

Audrey Jean Huston, 345 Sioux Lane Apt. 2, Jan. 29.

Wayne W. Berry, 1918 11th Ave. N., Jan. 30.

Jill Helen Scheeler, P.O. Box 50478, Jan. 31.

Chapter 13

Michael John Galland, Tawnya Deann Galland, 1930 SunriseSt., Jan. 30.

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