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Kandiyohi County marriage licenses for the week of Aug. 22, 2022

Marriage licenses issued in Kandiyohi County

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Six couples filed for marriage licenses this week in Kandiyohi County.

  • Aaron Lee Johnson, Dassel; Elizabeth Faye Muller, Willmar
  • Alisson Elaine Hanson, New London; Lukas James Koch, New London
  • Martha Mary Serbus, Belgrade; Andrew Lee Holmquist, Belgrade
  • Schyler Marie Lindgren, Willmar; Sean Michael Zuidema, Willmar
  • Nicole Ann Bennett, New London; Benjamin Charles Monson, New London
  • Joyce Marie Elkjer, Willmar; Craig Burton Sundberg, Blaine
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