The Ottumwa Courier

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April 5, 2013

For the record

Marriage Licenses

March 25-29

• Kathryn Elizabeth Saner, of Eldon, to Clayton Dean Cloke, of Eldon.

• Adam Joseph McKinney, of Ottumwa, to Teena Marie Davis, of Ottumwa.

— Information provided by the Wapello County Recorder’s Office.


March 25-29

• Susan Rae Woten from Wesley Jon A. Woten.

• Darcie Deanne Riley from Michael James Fisher.

— Information provided by the Wapello County Clerk of Court’s Office.

Land Transfers

March 25

• Ross D. and Rhonda R. Glosser to Brittney A. Johnson, 435 Hackworth St., $82,500 to $83,000.

• Eric D. and Charity Reyman to Heather M. Ware, 502 N. Court St., $54,500 to $55,000.

March 26

• Karilyn K. Stephenson to Leroy F. and Pamela S. Martin, 703 W. Elm St. in Eldon, $23,000 to $23,500.

• Corey J. and Stephanie A. Callas to Cole R. and Rick Fosdyck and Joanna Handling-Fosdyck, 815 S. Ward St., $35,500 to $36,000.

• Jason J. and Brooke L. Butler to Aaron D. Martin, 403 Crestview Ave., $81,000 to $81,500.

• J Patrick LLC to Robert M. and Michelle Miklesh, 8445 215th Ave. in Blakesburg, $22,500 to $23,000.

• Edward C. and Lisa M. Black to Kayla and Anthony Miller, 959 S. Webster St., $64,724.85 to $65,224.85.

March 27

• Loren L. and Kathrine A. Troyer to Mary A. Hyde, 1511 Albia Road, $100,000 to $100,500.

• Genevieve L. and James P. Sandegren to Bryce R. Frueh, 206 Vogel Ave., $72,000 to $72,500.

• Lisa M. and John Woollums to James C. Petersen, 1612 S. Milner St., $164,000 to $164,500.

March 28

• Demma Ludwig to Marco A. and Maria G. Garcia Diaz, 1423 Sunrise Circle, $102,500 to $103,000.

• Joseph P. and Rachel L. Goedken to Travis J. and Jennifer B. Kuehn, 418 E. Manning Ave., $153,000 to $153,500.

March 29

• Richard A. and Paula L. Waite to Travis Short and Darla Hansen, 140 acres bare ground in Wapello County, $470,000 to $470,500.

• Mary M. Chickering Estate with William W. Chickering to David B. and Susan K. Cooper, 2445 N. Jefferson St., $85,500 to $86,000.

• Barbara J. Krusemark to Ronald G. and Angela M. Tucker, 18571 140th Ave., $183,500 to $184,000.

• Paul Carr to Karz LLC, 307 S. Madison Ave., $7,500 to $8,000.

— Information provided by the Wapello County Recorder’s Office.

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