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Kandiyohi County marriage licenses for the week of June 6, 2022

Marriage licenses issued in Kandiyohi County

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

  • Mallory Kim Loge, Willmar, and Jorge Geofrey Alexis Luzuriaga Carrera, Trujillo, La Libertad, Peru
  • Elisabeth Myhre Holth, Willmar, and Daniel Aaron Reid, New London
  • Victoria Jo Aycock, Kimball, and Michael John Heitzman, Spicer
  • Jaime Eduardo Arredondo, Willmar, and Rachel Grace Veenstra, Willmar
  • Kelli Rose Gass, Kerkhoven, and Austin Michael Graw, Kerkhoven
  • Mathew John Lantto, New London, and Nancy Irazema Salazar, New London
  • Abisai Manases Hernandez Hernandez, Willmar, and Erika Lorena Hernandez Calles, Willmar
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