Snohomish County vital statistics

Marriage licenses, dissolutions and deaths.

Marriage Licenses

Kehret, Tyler Christopher and Vignaroli, Kendall Ann, Nov. 17

Jacobson, Paul David and Jacobson, Carol Frances, Nov. 17

Patel, Amankumar Narottambhai and Shah, Heta Ketankumar, Nov. 17

Hwang, Brandon Jihwan and Gunawan, Daphne Angeline, Nov. 17

Mason, Christopher Carlisle and Alexander, Rebecca Ann, Nov. 17

Singh, Gurpal and Sukhvir, Kaur Xxx, Nov. 17

Hoffer, Alan Brian and More, Melissa May, Nov. 17

Raimey, Desean Michael and Watson, Cortnie Elizabeth, Nov. 17

Hunter, Brian Keith and Kim, Natassia Nari, Nov. 17

Kosmin, Aleksandr and Gnatyuk, Natalia, Nov. 17

Finau, Ii Paul Vuna and Pei, Eliana Malaemele, Nov. 17

Brown, Norman Michael and Kerby, Darlene, Nov. 17

Davari, Shauna Ann and Alexander, Chase Austin, Nov. 17

Urcan, David Catalin and Cojocaru, Adina, Nov. 17

Rodriguez, Priscilla Nicole and Oliveros Jr., Fernando, Nov. 17

Gonzalez, Claudia Livier and Magana, Jose Alfredo, Nov. 17

Hitchcock, Mckenna Jae and Beck, Riley Patrick, Nov. 17

Abshere, Daniel Robert and Nguyen, Ngoc Hanh Ho, Nov. 17

Vaynerman, Maria Alexandra and Allison, Luke Lindsay, Nov. 18

Moreno, Kathleen and Rodriguez, Omit Kevin, Nov. 18

Harrell, Alyssa Jo and Martin, Christopher Lee, Nov. 18

Jones, Shalissa Ray and Fearing, Alexander Frederick, Nov. 18

Sherson, Rachel Elise and Boober, Cody James, Nov. 18

Bavai, Laisa Koroimatia and Singh, Avindra, Nov. 18

Basiuk, Ihor and Datska, Olha, Nov. 18

Choudhary, Naresh and Sridhar, Nidhi, Nov. 18

Sumabat, Verna Kim Punla and Del, Mundo Rose Marie Arcusa, Nov. 18

Brem, Anthony Frank and Beebe,-Parker Jamie Bree Ann, Nov. 18

Rutherford, Tyler Allen and Whitney, Samantha Jo, Nov. 18

Tran, Michael Xuong and La, Carly Lynn, Nov. 18

Paragin, Lindsay Ann and Corsa, Joshua George, Nov. 18

Emery, Kevin Patrick and Lanum, Katherine Marie, Nov. 18

Clafton, Haley Elise and Pakko, Robert Arthur, Nov. 18

Fernandez, Cabrera John William and Patino, Yiwitte Grace, Nov. 18

Johnson, Ty Joseph and Ledbetter, Kyleigh Shannon, Nov. 18

Rowa, Roldy and Langidrik, Nyson, Nov. 18

Whaling, Nicholas Patrick and Lewis, Annalisa Nicole, Nov. 18

Perry, Tiana Kim and Johnson, Nathanael Seth, Nov. 18

Bui, Cong Nguyen and Pham, Ngoc Mai, Nov. 18

Defreece, Austin Byron and Shiflett, Natlaie Lynneta, Nov. 18

Robles, Garcia Elizabeth Gladis and Figueroa, Garcia Aquilino Juan, Nov. 18

Jones, Chenoa Louise and Conway, Roxanne Belinda, Nov. 18

Klimowicz, Karolina and Rohrbach, Daniel, Nov. 18

Jefferson, Sean Peter and Gonzalez, Gabriela Miguel, Nov. 18

Drake, James Deane and Huss, Stephanie Yong, Nov. 21

Knickerbocker, Johnathan Morgan and Hepner, Elise Rush, Nov. 21

Khan, Abou and Mbaye, Aji Adam, Nov. 21

Quintero, Kimberly and Sierra, Gaspar Heulises, Nov. 21

Dhaliwal, Harleen and Singh, Parimal Deep, Nov. 21

Watkins, Paul Edwin and Likkel, Lorraine Mercedes, Nov. 21

Chakoian, Alex B and Kenyon, Muriel K, Nov. 21

Jorgensen, Iii Robert Paul and Noh, Angela Jungeun, Nov. 21

Garcia, Xavier Mauricio Mueller and Golden, Jessica Marie, Nov. 21

Giovanny, Arizala Quinonez and Susana, Toldedo, Nov. 21

Johnson, Michael Dean and Luevanos,-Hernandez Rebecca Lea, Nov. 21

Lester, Curtiss Lynn and Haris, Delores Stephine, Nov. 21

Gastelum, Alexis Ignacio and Zamora, Desteni Yuritzi, Nov. 21

Beltz, Christian Paul and Hengel, Courtney Jean, Nov. 21

Redburn, Jenniferle and Flores, Reyes Kevin, Nov. 21

Charlantini, Tyler and Nguyen, Ho Kim Chi, Nov. 21

Anderson, Amanda Kaye and Santarosa, Torres Daniel, Nov. 21

Dolan, Kylie Michelle and Hathaway, Matthew Robert, Nov. 22

Whitmer, Jacqueline Ann and Konkoly, William Vincent, Nov. 22

Singh, Navtarunjot and Sandhu, Supreet, Nov. 22

Mcdonald, Tyler Logan and Alaniz, Mendoza Ana María, Nov. 22

Sanchez, Hugo and Pacheco, Mendoza Aurelia, Nov. 22

De, Arman Lori Lee and Buchmann, Suzanne, Nov. 22

Wyles, Natalie Renee and Palandri, Nicholas James, Nov. 22

Burke, Bruce John and Krause, Marilyn Dee, Nov. 22

Burgess, Gordon and Goenawan, Athalia, Nov. 22

Pollarine, Nathan Rayne and Dang, My Ha, Nov. 22

Pradhan, Dhanesh Girish and Potnis, Isha Rahul, Nov. 22

Burdette, Anne Mae and Olson, Luke Robert, Nov. 22

Haggitt, Christy Lynn and Hagen, Loren Clifton, Nov. 22

Mckeehan, Haley Julene and Downs, Jacob Michael, Nov. 23

Eisenhart, Jeffrey Wyatt and Mitchell, Lameica Mone’, Nov. 23

Meboe, Emily Anne and Castillo, Daniel Delgado, Nov. 23

Ives, Austin Jay and Dreisbach, Elena Wray, Nov. 23

Chou, William Thomas and Lam, Angela, Nov. 23

Pantley, Vanessa Marie and Cutler, Joshua Ross, Nov. 23

Bjorlo, Gregory Ryan and Magno, Luisa Da Cunha Carlos, Nov. 23

Chicao, Soto Javier Antonio and Camacho, Marentes Eunice Anais, Nov. 23

Neal, Daniel Austin and Olsen, Hannah Ruth, Nov. 23

Warren, Joshua Skelly and Wiley, Kayla Shelby, Nov. 23

Samal, Ankit and Pradhan, Rupsha, Nov. 23

Yarbrough, Shaine Michael and Yarrow, Ayan Mohamed, Nov. 23

Ricaurte, Bulla Maria Natalia and Nickens, Thomas Ray, Nov. 23

Manuel, Nicole Lale and Johnson, Payton Anker, Nov. 23

Cruz, Rojas Ever and Santos, Chuquimez Liz Arely, Nov. 23

Lindsay, Robert Steven and Diep, Hien Chi, Nov. 23

Maik, John Neilian and Coleman, Shar-Bonay Denay, Nov. 23

Conley, Caroline Beth and Gallagher, Erik Eckness, Nov. 23

Nieto, Esmeralda and Gonzalez, Marulanda Alvaro Andres, Nov. 23

Marroquin, Romero Steven Adonay and Iraheta, Rivera Erick Eduardo, Nov. 23

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