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THOMAS, Larry Steven and BERGE, Angela Marie

MAINELLA, Anthony Richard and HUGHES, Tami Ann Iliki

TAYLOR, Brandon Blaine and PAREDES, Maria Fiorella

FOREMAN, Donald Michael and SNYDER, Diann Fay

TAN, Tobey Rom and HENG, Helene

SMYSOR, Kevin Lee and TOMBLINSON, Keira Elizabeth

LANKHAAR, Sean Robert and BUGENIG, Katheryn Louise

LUND, David Brian and DAGGETT, Darla Lavon

RAABE, Paul Henry and ALBAO, Analiza Cortes

BAUER, Mangus Uto and McKAY, Shelley Louise

TIMMERMAN, Tavis Martin and GOTT, Anganettie Kaye

BABKO, Michael Ivanovich and BIUSHKINA, Nataliya Vladimirovna

NAPRIYENKO, Pavel V. and MUKHINA, Liliya S.

DORNING, Gordon Jay and SCHWARTZ, Suzette Ilene

GODBERSEN, Ryan Bruce and BRODNIAK, Amy Lynne

KARNITSKY, Dimitry Evanovich and SAUCHYK, Liudmila Anatolyvna

SMITH, Kevin Clark and HOLM, Amy Elizabeth

BOERGER, John Douglas and BILBRUCK, Marlie Louise

BLOUNT, Curtis and MIN, Lee Tae Ceul La

SMITH, Steven Richard and VOSSLER, Deanna Eulene

ROBINSON, Nathan Christopher and KILWIEN, Jennifer Micheal

BLACKFORD, Theodore Lee and ROBILLARD, Aarame Robin David

CRUZ, Tommy Joe and STALEY, Lauriena Michelle

GILBERT, Kyle Jeffrey and LANGEL, Sarah Nichole

DUZAN, Shawn Forest and STRAND, Emmalisa Rae

BORG, Kevin Michael and JOHNSON, Rachel Louise

WILSON, Bryan Earl and BOND, Kimberly Deanne

DAILEY, Roy Richard and CHASEY, Dominica Jeanne

HANSON, John Henry and ERICKSON, Amy Louise

ALVORD, Robert Dennis and MENNE, Monette Louise

BURKE, Jamen Patterson and DAWSON, Haria Marie

HOLLIMAN, Scott David and WILSON, Kelly Hankins

MARTIN, Jason Micheal Jr. and SMITH, Shannon Rae

ENGLISH, Donald Duane and HILTON, Christine Alice

TANG, Han and DRAYTON, Martha Pearl

FLETCHER, Sheldon Mark and ABELS, Nicole Marie

HUNT, Kenneth Carl Ray and EGAN, Lauren Elizabeth

HENDRY, Bradley Joseph and CARROLL, Amy Grace

WIRTH, Jack Leif and WHALEN, Janet Marie

ST. JERN, Ronald Harry, Jr. and WELLS, Jenna Renee

HOSKIN, Robert Ronald and LEMBCKE, Melanie Allayne

DALE, Michael Ryan and CRATTY, Angelique Lyone

YAO, Hans and PHILLIPS, Karen Jeanette

LUARK, Micah Jeffrey and ROLDAN, Rachel Marie


TURNER, Brian James II and JOHNSON, Naomi Jane

WATSON, George Ronald and SCHERCK, Brenda Sue

BADUA, Glennmar Padua and YAMADA, Lauren Naomi Sayuri

ARIAS, Jose Trinidad and AMEZCUA, Maria Guadalupe

ROMERO, Jose Antonio and SOLANO-MARTINEZ, Marlene

KIM, Jin Kug and YI, Sun T.

PARKER, Justin Andrew and USHLER, Lindsay Ann

RAYES, Nicholas James and WINSLOW, Kathryn

CARR, Donald Lee and DAVENPORT, Ilee Jean

BRYANT, John Newton and HINTZ, Karen Vera-Lynne

WESTERGAARD, Timothy Lee and STORLIE, Erin Michelle

TAYLOR, Matthew Johan and COLE, Inga Joy

JACKSON, Bradley Ryan and O’LEARY, Jennifer Marie

APRECIO, Christopher Jacob and JOHANSEN, Tiffany Anna

LITTLEJOHN, Erik James and ROGERS, Wendy Maye

ULSKY, Carl Moze and McLAUGHLIN, Shirley Ann

YOUNG, Daniel and MARTIN, Tracy Elizabeth

BLIVEN, Jay Adam and GORDON, April Lennea

BALDRIDGE, Willis Eugene and THOMAS, Annette Mae

JUDD, Jory Lee and SHEARER, Carmen Sara

CAMACHO, Eduardo Soriano and ALVARADO-RAMIREZ, Hilda

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