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Kandiyohi County marriage licenses for the week of Sept. 19, 2022

Marriage licenses issued in Kandiyohi County

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

  • Carrie Renee Winter, Willmar; Brandon Chadwick Fadness, Willmar
  • Melissa Marie Meyer, Pennock; Francisco Alvarado, Pennock
  • Jenna Marie Hoefer, Kandiyohi; Ethan Paul Iiams, Kandiyohi
  • Libby Ann Groen, Sunburg; Dylan Russel Finstrom, Murdock
  • Michael John Miller, Willmar; Kenna Marie Bannister, Willmar
  • Melanie Jeanette Beerman, Raymond; Benjamin David Geels, Sheldon, Iowa
  • Angelique Lydalia Martinez, Willmar; Carlos Daniel Xavier Trevino, Willmar
  • Alyssa Paige Fredrick, New London; Tyler David Kemen, New London
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