Bankruptcies

2012-11-01T00:00:00Z Bankruptcies The Billings Gazette

Billings area bankruptcy petitions filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court Sept. 1-30, 2012. Addresses are in Billings unless otherwise noted.

 

Chapter 7

Amber Nichole McLean, 3175 Solar Blvd. Apt 16, Sept. 5.

Micha Lester Burnham, 1628 Avenue F, Sept. 7.

Joshua David Tousley, Tina Marie Tousley, 425 19th St. W., Sept. 11.

Lana Renee Krull-Gar, 244 Avenue E, Sept. 11.

George Kostas Jivelekas, 428 Milton Road, Apt. 9, Sept. 12.

Daniel Patrick Bulski, 38 Daniel Trail, Columbus, Sept. 12.

Jason L. Gardipee, Lynn A. Gardipee, 1240 Avenue D, No. 5, Sept. 14.

Marie Catherine Lakey, 135 Broadwater Ave., No.7, Sept. 14.

Eve Lorraine Decker, 714 13th St. W., Sept. 17.

Norma Trankle, 924-1/2 N. 24th St., Sept. 17.

Gary Wayne Barndt, Chris Ann Barndt, 1201 Wunnicke Lane, Sept. 18.

Eric Robert Leighton, 725 Tanglewood Drive, Sept. 19.

Dollene Mae Long, 4302 Carlton Ave. SW, Sept. 19.

Meredith L. Shute, 96 Windmill Road, Lavina, Sept. 21.

Candy Lynn Taylor, 25 Plumcreek Drive, Sept. 24.

Jacob E. Zander, P.O. Box 746, Sept. 27.

Brian Kent Waddell, Angela Marie Waddell, 1722 Poly Drive, Sept. 27.

Terrah Lynn Hall, 405 Marbara Lane, Sept. 29.

 

Chapter 13

Rodney Joseph Gancze, Lisa Dawn Gancze, 1029 11th Ave., Laurel, Sept. 4.

Leroy Lawrence Axtell, Holly Faye Axtell, 34 Berg Ave., Sept. 4.

Jerry Alan Lyon, 4 Bing St. N., Sept. 7.

Paul Grover Matt III, P.O. Box 5, Sept. 7.

Donald Charles Berger, Nancy Fay Berger, 5610 Creek Drive, Sept. 8.

Troy Joseph Richardson, Sheri Aamodt Richardson, 3677 Fort Laramie Drive, Sept. 10.

Curtis Peter Wyckoff, Dawnann Christine Wyckoff, 509 11th St. N., Columbus, Sept. 10.

Brent Stewart Fiddler, Annette L. Fiddler, 2820 Colton Boulevard, Sept. 12.

Dale Monte Dahlin, 2558 Yellowstone Ave., Sept. 20.

Yvonne Denise Garrett, 820 Arlington Drive, No. 31, Sept. 24.

Cheryl D. Evans, 323 W. First St., Hardin, Sept. 25.

Sean Eli Small, 12 N. Cody, Hardin, Sept. 25.

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