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Divorces for the week of June 5, 2019

The following individuals were issued divorces in Shelby County from April 15-30:

-Alison Jane Dabbs, of Hoover, and Christopher Scott Dabbs, of Birmingham.

-Joseph R. Miller, Jr., of Birmingham, and Kimberly S. Miller, of Birmingham.

-Elaine Owen Chamless, of Birmingham, and Noel Wilson Chambless, of Blountsville.

-Bobby Mullins, Jr., of Montevallo, and Brenn Jenea Mullins, of Vestavia Hills.

-Jennifer Geraldine McDaniel, of Maylene, and Byron Keith McDaniel, of Maylene.

-Byron Chadwick Vice, of Alabaster, and Dena Clark Vice, of Alabaster.

-Jennifer Marie Hale, of Birmingham, and Matthew Heath Hale, of Birmingham.

-Lloyd Franklin Walker, Jr., of Columbiana, and Amira Wilson, of Calera.

-Nancy Thompson Rice, of Shelby, and Timothy Morris Rice, of Pell City.

-Dakota Backham, of Maylene, and Rachel Beckham, of Alabaster.

-Jennifer Denise Coleman, of Alabaster, and Nikese Danielle Coleman, of Alabaster.

-Synara Arujo Souza, of Pelham, and Wilmar Santana Sousa, Jr., of Pelham.

-Silvia Drummond Hoehn, of Shoal Creek, and Barry Gordon Hoehn, of Shoal Creek.

-David E. Nahay, of Sterrett, and Whitney Nahay, of Sterrett.

-Christopher Wade Alverson, of Pelham, and Christy Renee Haynes Alverson, of Pelham.

-Amber Edwards Hatchett, of Vincent, and Timothy Wayne Hatchett, of Harpersville.

-Doris Perkins, of Maylene, and Ronald Lee Perkins, of Pelham.

-Carla Marie Mclain, of Alabaster, and Rickey Carroll Mclain, of Pelham.

-Joshua Turell Standifer, of Helena, and Amanda Shameka Standifer, of Helena.

-Jacob Rhea Forehand, of Sterrett, and Lindsey Self Forehand, of Sterrett.

-Amy Jasinski, of Birmingham, and John Jasinski, of Birmingham.

-Valorie E. Jenkins, of Sterrett, and Elroy Molton, Jr., of Sterrett.

-Kelvin Daniel Williams, of Calera, and Kendall Leigh Williams, of Calera.

-Russell Jeffrey Lough, of Birmingham, and Rory Danielle Gordon, of Birmingham.

-Melvin Lane Vines, III, of Florence, and Jeronda Davis Vines, of Alabaster.

-Claudia Ruth Banuelos, of Alabaster, and Arthur George Banuelos, of Alabaster.

-Joseph Pennington, of Montevallo, and Hillary Hardin, of Montevallo.

-Meredith Wilson Rowlen, of Birmingham, and Wilson James Rowlen, of Birmingham.

-Michael Kurtis Smith, of Chelsea, and Christal Hollis Smith, of Columbiana.

-Erica Elana Baldwin, of Helena, and Dewarren Baldwin, of Helena.

-Melisa Christine Zwilling, of Indian Springs, and Kenneth Jason Higginbotham, of Indian Springs.

-Rebecca Ankeshiln, of Alabaster, and Joshua Ankeshiln, of Sterrett.

-Tiffany May, of Calera, and John Brian May, of Columbus, Ga.

-Brandy Henderson, of Montevallo, and Corey Henderson, of Montevallo.

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