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December 8, 2012

News of Record: Dec. 9

Here is a listing of Madison County residents who filed for bankruptcy during November, according to the Indianapolis office of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana:

Chapter 7

Joshua L. Horner and Jennifer S. Horner; Dawne L. McCarty and Scott McCarty; Lana Mart’e Moore; Jeffery E. Simon; Tony L. Edwards and Carolyn Lorraine Edwards; Jody Dean Peeples; Max Wayne Chapin; Michael Gene Jewell and Sheila Faye Jewell; Terry B. Sumpter; Tim M. Staley; Reginald Lynn Wilkerson; Gregory K. Bristow; Raymundo Diaz-Martinez and Jennifer Lynn Lambert-Diaz; John Bouvier Dowling and Susan Acker Dowling; Carla Denise Collier; Virla Elaine McGuire; Michael Eugene Corbin and Beverly Gail Corbin; Darren J. Duffy, Donna Thornbury, Joseph William Miller; Sandra K. Kellams; Elizabeth R. Roberts; Julie Bailey; Royce Wayne Busby; Randall Mark Bickel and Theresa Louise Bickel; Aleda Hester Stansberry and Timothy Ray Stansberry; Allen Milton Clay and Tammy Jean Clay; Brad Edward Stoner; Patricia Mae Delaplane; Angela De Carfield; Thomas A. Ground and Jennifer L. Ground; Jeffrey Thomas Schultz; James G. Sheets; Betsy Ruth Miller; Jamie Lee Preston; Stacey L. O’Bryant; Dale Arnold Hendrickson and Staci Ann Hendrickson; Debra Diann West; Kimberly Kay Frye; Tina Elaine Young; Warren Lee Williams; Jason Matthew Patton and Laura Kathryn Patton; Judith Lucille Reagan and Larry Eugene Reagan; Jeffery T. Vanover and Bridget M. Vanover; Robin S. Crisler; Shelby G. Downin; Carlie M. Smethers; Sandra Elaine Rowe; Travis Dean Whiteman; Heather D. Berg; Justin Ryan Surface; Ronald G. Hahne; Craig Russell McDole and Jessica Nicole McDole; Leah L. Hazelbaker;  Kimberly A. Bigam; Cynthia Sue Harmon; Aaron Lynn Hopkins and Amy Jeanne Hopkins; Willie James Allen Jr.; James H. Granger and Dorothy J. Granger; Michael Gene Dunn; Walter J. Williams; Reberta D. Charriez; Shelly Dawn Bryant; Farrah Lee Cunningham.

Chapter 13

Rebecca Jane Stratton; Jennifer Lynn Morris; Dan Charles Cantrell and Cathy Marie Cantrell; Angela Crystal Stalling; Amy Jo Burchett; Lloria Jean Agnew; Jeffery E. Simon; Jeffrey Allen Chambers and Camela Jill Chambers; Phillip Wayne Wilson and Mellissa Ann Wilson; Maurice Combs; Jonathon Staley Campbell and Brandi Carmen Campbell; John Carlton Richardson and Dawn Mae Richardson; James Russell Franklin and Jackie Jean Franklin.

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding, some property can be seized and sold to pay off debt. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the debtor works with the court to create a repayment plan.

Bankruptcies are published monthly in The Herald Bulletin.

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