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Recent births that occurred at Bartlett Regional Hospital:
On June 30, 2002, a son weighing 9 pounds 3 ounces, to Tara Lynn Lambert and Drew Curtis McCurley of Juneau.
On July 3, a daughter weighing 7 pounds 8 ounces, to Ursula Helen Whitmore and Jeremy John Whitmore of Juneau.
On July 5, a son weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces, to Karn Marie Hickock and Daniel Dale Hickock of Juneau.
On July 6, a daughter weighing, 7 pounds 13 ounces, to Megan Terese Ferguson and Adam Brett Ferguson of Juneau.
Recent births that occurred at Juneau Family Birth Center:
Recent births to residents of Juneau that occurred outside Juneau:
The following are new marriage licenses filed with the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in Juneau as of July 12, 2002:
Jay Edward Scott, 36, and Michele Annette Turner, 37, both of Neponset, Ill.
Ty Samuel Griffin, 22, and Megan Lindsey Koenings, 21, both of Juneau.
Phillip Lee Cochran, 42, and Robbin Eileen Waters, 43, both of Brandon, Fla.
Michael Louis Savenelli, 30, and Jennifer Michelle Silber, 30, both of Alexandria, Va.
David Roy Hedges, 55, of Flushing, Mich. and Sandra Sue Keller, 56, of Corunna, Mich.
Martin Anders Holmberg, 36, and Katina Lynn Corsette, 26, both of Juneau.
Victor Hugo Miramontes, 22, and Barbara Joyce Mulford, 23, both of Juneau.
Calum Scott Moncrieff, 41, and Elaine Davie, 40, both of Hartlepool, England.
Russel Michael Tahmoush, 57, and Susan Elizabeth Johnson, 55, both of Maynard, Mass.
Earl Wayne Gadd, 46, and Melissa Anne Geyer, 28, both of Hamilton, Ohio.
Troy Andrew Scott, 40, and Donna Marle Wrobleski, both of Sleepy Hollow, Ill.
Jack Suson Schmidt, 30, of Anchorage and Heather Lynn Fial, 30, of Juneau.
Mark Burritt LeFeber, 47, and Susan M. Higgins, both of Hudson, Wis.
James Francis Trivette, 59, and Phyllis Elmina Rowland, 57, both of Juneau.
Darrin Stephen Crapo, 25, and Shawna Rae Patten, 20, both of Juneau.
Kevin Anthony Brooks, 41, and Shawnda Sue O'Brien, 29, both of Juneau.
Brian Gaudet, 31, Darlene June Henry, 30, both of Leonminster, Mass.
Bernard Francis Stea, 55, and Debbra Anne Janes, 49, both of Portland, Ore.
Edward M. Matthews, 62, of Juneau and Shirley A. Cottenham, 57, Riggins, Idaho.
Richard Lee Hulse, 34, and Samantha Ann Love, 19, both of Juneau.
Raymond Jean Bougie, 37, and Nancy Jean Van Velze, 38, both of Cornwall, Ontario Canada.
Nils Olaf Gul, 22, Terscelling, Netherlands and Jennifer Kate Sterner, 25, Fairbanks.
John Peter Versteeg, 34, and Lorraine Petra Simpson, 28, both of Grimsby, Ontario Canada.
Gary Steven Archer, 47, and Rosa Maria Salcido, 39, both of Houston, Texas
Michael Lee Wittig, 41, and Sheryl Lynn Hall, 41, both of Juneau.
Michael Dawson Foley, 37, Denver, Colo. and Karin Magnusdott Ericson, West Vancouvert, BC Canada.
Earl T. St Clair, 39, and Julieann F. Lindoff, 35, both of Juneau.
Michael John Satre, 28, and Sarah Louise Seagrave, 27, both of Juneau.
Claude Lee Stuart Jr. and Sharon Jeanne Otte, both of Conifer, Colo.
The following are the new and renewed business licenses filed with the state's Department of Community and Economic Development as of July 12, 2002:
Michelle L. Nappier, sole proprietor, A Babe's Place Too (child day care service).
Amy M. Millsaps, sole proprietor, Amy Millsaps (air transportation support activities).
Carl George and Gabriel George, partners, Yard Core (services to buildings and dwellings).
Ricky Ray Bass, sole proprietor, Alaska Educational Consultants (elementary and secondary schools).
Mitch Falk, president of the limited liability corporation, The Hot Bite (limited service eating place).
Andrien Mercille and Lynda Olsen, partners, Southeast Services (construction related).
Rick Clair, sole proprietor, r. clair studio (independent artists).
Jeremy Millsaps, sole proprietor, Wingnut Aviation (air transportation support service).
Marilyn L. Peratrovich, sole proprietor, Hook it up (dating service).
Heather D. McCarty, sole proprietor, McCarty and Associates (other professional, scientific and technical services).
Court records show the following legal actions among those taken in Juneau Superior and District courts through July 12, 2002. Actions in Hoonah District Court are included at the request of the magistrate.
Divorces and Dissolutions filed
Erving J. Grass and Cheryl M. Grass
Kenneth Saul and Tamara Saul
Berry Bialik and Christina Ferris
Anthony Simonson and Daniella Simonson
Bonita Dutton and Carl Dutton
Robert Sewell and Patricia Ward
Lot Santana and Rosemarie Santana
Diane Sivertsen and Richard Sivertsen
Julie Best and Jimmy Best
Richard Wright and Diana Wright
Nove Barrill and Ray B. Barrill
Gregory Thompson and Lisa Thompson
Roger Hills and Edie Hills
Thomas Hixon, 40, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of June 16. His blood alcohol level was 0.277 percent. The legal limit for driving is 0.08 percent.
District Judge Peter Froehlich sentenced him to a $1,000 fine with $500 suspended, 90 days in jail with 70 days suspended, a one year driver's license revocation, to pay for, enroll in and complete The Juneau Action Safety Alcohol Program, and placed him on probation with the standard conditions of release which include committing no crimes, completing the sentence, paying a surcharge of $75 and paying an incarceration fee. He also is prohibited from going anywhere alcohol is sold or served.
Hixon also was found guilty of violating the conditions of his release stemming from an offense of June 16. He was sentenced to pay a $500 fine with $250 suspended, 30 days in jail with 20 days suspended, JASAP and two years of probation.
A charge of criminal mischief stemming from an incident of Nov. 11 was dismissed.
George Strom, 19, was found guilty of attempted vehicle theft stemming from an offense of April 24.
Froehlich sentenced him to a $5,000 fine with $5,000 suspended, 365 days in jail with 332 suspended, JASAP and three years of probation with the standard conditions of release. He also is required to obtain employment and his General Education Degree.
Vernon Reevis, 34, was found guilty of disorderly conduct stemming from an offense of May 24. The original charges were assault - recklessly cause injury.
Magistrate John W. Sivertsen sentenced him to a $500 fine with $400 suspended, 30 days in jail with 25 days suspended and probation for one year with the standard conditions of release. He also has to complete anger management classes with the Tongass Community Counseling Center.
Zenith Williams, 56, was found guilty of disorderly conduct challenge to fight stemming from an offense of June 23. The original charge was misdemeanor assault.
Sivertsen sentenced him to 30 days in jail and a $50 surcharge.
Edward F. Willliams, 20, was found guilty of drunken driving stemming from an offense of May 14.
Sivertsen sentenced him to pay a fine of $500 with $250 suspended, 30 days in jail with 27 days suspended, a 90-day driver's license revocation, JASAP, and two years of probation with the standard conditions of release.
He also was found guilty of granting of probation/ revoke or modify stemming from an offense of July 10.
Sivertsen sentenced him to a fine of $250 with $250 suspended and two years of probation.
He also was found guilty of driving without a valid driver's license stemming from an offense of May 14. The original charge was driving with a canceled, suspended or revoked license.
He was sentenced to 40 days in jail with 30 days suspended, JASAP, and two years probation.
A charge of violating the conditions of his release and a charge of underage drinking stemming from incidents of July 8 were dismissed.
Anthony Papa, 18, was found guilty of assault - recklessly cause injury stemming from an offense of June 23.
Froehlich sentenced him to pay a $500 fine with $400 suspended, 60 days in jail with 54 days suspended, a surcharge and one year probation with the standard conditions of release.
Forris S. Bess, 30, was found guilty of third-degree theft stemming from an offense of May 1. The original charge was felony second-degree theft.
Froehlich sentenced Bess to 240 days in jail with 200 days suspended, JASAP and two years of probation.
A charge of felony second-degree forgery stemming from an incident of May 2 was dismissed.