Bankruptcies

2014-04-01T00:00:00Z Bankruptcies The Billings Gazette
April 01, 2014 12:00 am

Billings area bankruptcy petitions filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court Feb.1-28, 2014. Addresses are in Billings unless otherwise noted.

Chapter 7

Robert Anthony Ronquillo, Kerri Lynn Ronquillo, 2141 Burnstead Drive, No 23a, Feb. 5.

Kurtis L. Bellamy, 721 Garnet Ave., Feb. 12.

William Joseph Livingston, 2001 24th St. W. Apt. 1, Feb. 13.

Engaged Transportation & Logistics Inc., N 6075 Hammer Rd Albany Wisc., Yellowstone County, Feb. 13.

Brittney Margo Bailey, 212 Tam O’Shanter Road, Feb. 17.

Joseph Paul Ehlenburg, Brenda Lea Chrismon Ehlenburg, 7305 Sam’s Place, Laurel, Feb. 19.

Michael Charles Clark, 4636 Lux Ave., Feb. 21.

Oscar Eugene Berg, Carol Beth Berg, 616 N. 15th, Feb. 21.

Joseph M. Hauck, 1110 Capricorn Place, Feb. 25.

Kennedy Scott Jens, 1120 Competition Ave., Feb. 25.

Skyler “C.J.” Judkins, 610 Parkhill Drive, Feb. 25.

Ryan M. Smith, 722 Terry Ave., Feb. 26.

Kirk Alan Kagarise, 265 Aristocrat Drive No. D, Feb. 26.

Toni Renee Boe, P.O. Box 30643, Feb. 26.

Mike A. Lopez, Tera R. Lopez, 12 South Crestwood Drive, Feb. 28.

Ronda J. Michelle Elmy, 1373 Nye Road, Fishtail, Feb. 28.

Chapter 13

Charmaine Allison Brannan, 119 Huntley Butte Road, Columbus, Feb. 2.

Jack A. Welch, Heather L. Welch, 507 First St. W., Roundup, Feb. 7.

Jeremy Losoya, Angela M. Losoya, 1188 Matador Ave., Feb. 27.

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