The following people applied for marriage licenses in Kanawha County between June 27 and July 5:
Eric Lamont Palmer, 35, of Nitro and TisjaunaShanik Brown, 34, of Charleston.
Billy Joe Mullins, 32, and Crisetta Leeson, 30, both of Dry Branch.
Brandon Michael Stepp, 27, and Tiffany Elise Stewart, 23, both of South Charleston.
Alex Lee Thompson, 25, and Victoria Lynn Shelton, 27, both of Charleston.
Chase Alan Whitlock, 23, and Amanda Kate Snodgrass, 21, both of Charleston.
Jackie Darrell Lutsy Jr., 31, and Jessica Holly Fauber, 23, both of Charleston.
Jason Luke Samples, 34, and Nicole Dawn Taylor, 33, both of Charleston.
Douglas Richard Bird, 30, and Terra Lynn Hudson, 32, both of Elkview.
Thomas Aaron Crank, 24, and Amanda Gayle Hundley, 24, both of Hugheston.
Charles Jason Holcomb, 29, and Sara Ellen Stevens, 22, both of Charleston.
Gregory Wayne Brewster, 27, and Nikki Lee Toney, 22, both of St. Albans.
Dwight Abraham Lester, 55, and Phyllis Dreama Lester, 55, both of Nitro.
Garrett Lee Shreve, 25, and Ashton Richelle Caruthers, 23, both of Charleston.
Rickey Blaine Myers, 45, and April Lynn Campbell, 45, both of Charleston.
Caleb Andrew Cobbs, 20, of South Charleston and Kalyn Amber Groen, 23, of Orlando, Fla.
Dakotah Issaiah Robinson, 22, and Amanda Elaine Adkins, 21, both of Dunbar.
Trevor Wayne Jordan, 30, and Sheena Marie Miller, 26, both of Clendenin.
Vitalis Odibe Ukwuaba, 37, and Chinwe Joy Joboson, 27, both of Dunbar.
Casey Michael Givens, 21, of Elkview and Brittany Nicole Slater, 21, of Charleston.
Shawn Ambrose Abbott, 35, and Kathy Ann Perdue, 44, both of Charleston.
Travis Dean Stamper, 31, and Catherine Renee McDermitt, 22, both of Charleston.
Richard Allen Campbell, 57, and Ruth Anna Roessler, 60, both of Charleston.
Daniel Joseph Beach Jr., 43, and Lisa Gray Beach, 45, both of St. Albans.
Matthew Curtis Hodge, 20, of Eskdale and Alison Michelle Taylor, 18, of Charleston.
Clifton Carter McFarland, 38, and Jennifer Michelle Todd, 24, both of Tornado.
Donnie Dean Gooding Jr., 32, and Brittany K. Page Birdwell, 23, of Elkview.
Jonathan Matthew Vernon, 30, of St. Albans and Jennifer Morgan Burch, 26, of Cross Lanes.
Jay Cobb, 45, of Charleston, and Patricia Katherine Lovejoy, 28, of St. Albans.
Michael Alan Lilly, 29, of Sissonville and Rachel Shirley Ratcliff, 24, of Charleston.
Marvin Lee Layton, 50, and Alisha Michelle Taylor, 41, both of Clendenin.
Gary Farris, 39, of Chapmanville and Loretta Marie Lovejoy, 39, of St. Albans.
Timothy Allen Pennington, 34, and Christine Marie Watson, 30, both of Charleston.
Johnathan Daniel Gunno, 24, of St. Albans and Megan Elyse Kirby, 21, of Madison.
Rodney Davelle Welch, 44, and Alexis Lea Bradsher, 33, both of South Charleston.
Gerald Lynn Ray, 61, and Tamala Lynn Anthony, 31, both of Nitro.
The following people filed for divorce in Kanawha County between June 27 and July 5:
Misty D. Breland from Kelvin Breland Jr.
Amie Ranae Harden from Nicholas Warren Harden
Donald Lossing from Kim Lossing
Freda Elswick from Ostell Elswick
James Troy Foley from Tammy Lynn Foley
Jessica N. McKinney from Joel A. McKinney
Todd Russell Bacchus from Janet Lee Bacchus
Kathryn Booth from Anthony Booth
Ronald G. Underwood from Karrie Underwood
Laila Marie Hudson from Glenn Allen Hudson II
Mistie D. Perdue from Cameron T. Eggleton
Aimee Nicole Lindsco from Michael Ray Lindsco
Heidi Miller from Austel Miller II
Jessica Bryant from Brian Chandler
Kara Beth Kirtley from Christopher Alan Kirtley
Cari M. Owlsey from Warren Wade Owsley Jr.
Sandra L. Evans to Robert D. Evans
Kimberly Jarvis from Jason Jarvis
Herman J. Lunsford from Denise Lunsford
Albert Quinton Martin from Elizabeth Ann Martin
Mark Flannery from Dawn Flannery
Jenny R. Jordan from Christopher A. Jordan
The following property transfers of $50,000 or more were recorded in Kanawha County between June 27 and July 5:
Robert J. and Angela Wilmink to Vincent and Ashley Boswell. Lot, Charleston, $53,000.
Kevin E. and Mary E. Meadows to Jessica Marie Stevens. Lot, Loudon District, $98,000.
St. Albans Warehouse Co. to Adnan Alhayek. Lot, Jefferson Tax District, $67,500.
Kay A. and Paul G. Crowder to Vicki L. Workman. Lot, Malden Tax District, $84,500.
Paula R. Morris to Bill H. and Sandra G. Simon. Lot, Malden District, $55,000.
Danny A. and Lisa F. Brown to Arvyl C. Ellis II and Jodie L. Landis. Lots, Big Sandy District, $114,000.
Nathan C. Meadows to Sherry J. Withrow. Lot, Poca District, $135,000.
Clyde Wayne and Karen Whittington Myers to Jane Ghareeb. Lot, Union District, $150,000.
L.S. Holdings, LLC, to Robert C. Caldwell. Condominium, Charleston, $105,000.
Teresa Bailey Hanson, Kimberly Bailey Landers and Lisa Bailey Asbury to Aaron and Rozella Brooks. Lot, Dunbar, $50,000.
Jerry and Sue Igo to Wade Patrick and Brigida Kay Withrow. Lot, Big Sandy District, $54,077.
Tracy Burdette to Andrew J. and Jessica M. Backus. Lot, Jefferson District, $130,000.
Mark Edward Anderson, Mary Ann Anderson and Laura Anderson Williamson to Paul S. Henson. Lots, Elk District, $175,000.
Aaron M. Settle to Michael J. Cantley. Lot, Poca District, $149,500.
Caroline Sward to Kevin D. Arbogast and Janna M. Christy. Lot, Charleston, $190,000.
Harry Preston and Debra Jean Markham to Betty Jane Chandler. Lot, Charleston, $135,000.
J. Mark Adkins to Nancy K. Alexander. Lot, Charleston, $138,400.
Bernard Denzil and Karen Ann Balser to Bernard Dale and Tammy Lynn Balser. Lot, Cabin Creek District, $110,000.
Roger W. Whitmire to Wayne and Bonnie Batten. Lot, Union District, $85,000.
Howard Alan Spradling to A and D Holdings, LLC. Lot, Jefferson District, $110,000.
Daniel and Nerea Duquenoy to Joseph G. and Angela K. Pugh. Lot, Charleston, $299,900.
Jerry Dean Cavender to Andrew C. Jones and Valerie B. Bowyer. Lot, Charleston, $148,000.
Nancy E. and John Kinkade to Kevin Pauley. Lot, Charleston, $77,500.
Paul E. Perry to Scott A. Hamilton. Lot, Cabin Creek District, $64,000.
Kathy Lynn Skiles and Betty J. Hall to Gary W. Parsons. Lot, South Charleston, $86,000.
Robert L. Gillispie Jr. to Scott L. and Leann M. Bandy. Lot, Nitro District, $110,000.
Seneca Trustees Inc. to JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association. Lot, St. Albans, $92,832.31.
Deborah Kay Hall, Kristi Lou Hall, et al, to Par-Mar Properties. Lot, East Bank, $144,000.
Dennis Edward and Deborah Lynn Pritt to Ryan C. Broyles. Lot, Spring Hill District, $145,000.
Ricky R. and Donna L. Reynolds to Alexander S. and Victoria R. Guerra. Lot, Poca District, $99,500.
The bankruptcies listed below are limited to those filed by residents or companies in the Gazette's circulation area. Chapter 7 designates the liquidation of nonexempt property; Chapter 11 calls for business reorganization; Chapter 13 establishes a schedule of payments to creditors. The bankruptcies listed below are limited to those filed by residents or companies in the Gazette's circulation area. The following bankruptcies were filed between June 28 and July 5:
Brandon Wood Garnes, South Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $7,968, Liabilities: $45,430.
Gary Keith Vannatter, Delbarton, Chapter 7. Assets: $60,878, Liabilities: $82,265.
Kathryn Rebecca Nichols, Belle, Chapter 7. Assets: $26,890, Liabilities: $45,525.
Elmer Leonard Wheatcraft Jr., Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $94,096, Liabilities: $101,581.
Christina Hope Cummings, Yawkey, Chapter 7. Assets: $53,585, Liabilities: $93,513.
Peggy Ann Gore, Lorado, Chapter 7. Assets: $12,401, Liabilities: $50,118.
Sarah Elizabeth Board, Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $500, Liabilities: $35,404.
Angela Marie Tennant, Ravenswood, Chapter 7. Assets: $108,950, Liabilities: $170,704.
Cary Jo Miller, St. Albans, Chapter 7. Assets: $17,333, Liabilities: $8,237.
Leo Edward Balsamo Jr., Oak Hill, Chapter 7. Assets: $112,111, Liabilities: $112,789.
Rebecca Ann Rhodes, Fayetteville, Chapter 7. Assets: $6,835, Liabilities: $37,901.
Doy Gene and Sandra Gaye Prater, Camden on Gauley, Chapter 7. Assets: $13,263, Liabilities: $33,985.
Jackie Talmadge II and Amber Nicole Binion, Kenna, Chapter 7. Assets: $72,800, Liabilities: $102,706.
Eric Jon and Kimberly Charolette Thorsteinson, Charleston, Chapter 7. Assets: $109,854, Liabilities: $123,599.
Mark Allen Dick II, Bradley, Chapter 7. Assets: $26,400, Liabilities: $27,750.
Michael Shane Gore, Hinton, Chapter 7. Assets: $30,420, Liabilities: $53,166.
Bennie Wayne and Pamela Lynn Diehl, Rupert, Chapter 7. Assets: Unknown, Liabilities: Unknown.
Andrea Marie Hanes, Shady Spring, Chapter 7. Assets: $78,050, Liabilities: $155,619.
William Andrew and Marice Easton, Lewisburg, Chapter 7. Assets: $264,181, Liabilities: $244,904.
Michael Douglas Jarrell, Madison, Chapter 13. Assets: Unknown, Liabilities: Unknown.
The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department issues non-critical and critical violations. Critical violations are given to incidences that relate directly to the protection of the public from food-borne illness. The incidences are not negotiable and must be corrected immediately. Repetitions of critical violations may lead to enforcement actions or permit suspension. The following restaurants were rated, and the number of critical violations issued are included:
Dwight's of St. Albans, 513 MacCorkle Ave., St. Albans: 16 critical violations. Inspector's comments: Person in charge unable to demonstrate knowledge; food employee did not wash hands and change gloves after handling French toast batter, then switching to read-to-eat foods; employee observed not washing hands before putting on gloves; raw pork stored above cheese in prep cooler; fish stored above read-to-eat food in cooler; meat sauce in walk-in is at 45-degrees F after six hours; walk-in cooler above 41-degrees F, sour cream 44-degrees F, beans 44-degrees F; raw eggs in Black & Decker cooler being cold held at 61-degrees F; tarter sauce is improperly date marked; collider not clean to sight; ice machine is visibly soiled; white box fan in kitchen is visibly soiled; ceiling vents and cords over food prep area not clean to sight; can opener is visibly soiled; meat slicer is visibly soiled. Upon re-inspection on June 27, no critical violations were found.
Rice Bowl, 121 Goff Mountain Road, Cross Lanes: 15 critical violations. Inspector's comments: Ordered closed. Person in charge is unable to demonstrate knowledge; person in charge observed not using soap to wash hands; observed damaged bags of food (cornmeal) in kitchen; observed cross-contamination broken eggs stored above ready to eat lo mein in walk-in cooler; chicken in sheet pans on drain board stored with dirty utensils; crab rangoons was observed coming in contact with dirty container; raw chicken on stick, beef, chicken, etc., on counter being held at 57, 59, 53-degrees F; observed butter made in the facility on June 24, not date marked; mixer is visibly soiled; hood vents over food is visibly soiled; sheet pans have encrusted soil accumulations; food-contact surfaces of can opener have encrusted soil accumulations; ready-to-eat chips were stored in dirty containers; hot water tank for dish machine leaking onto floor; working containers of chemicals not labeled with contents.
Berry Hills Country Club, 1 Berry Hills Drive: 9 critical violations. Inspector's comments: Drinking cup without cover was observed in food preparation area; large bin of soup not cooled quickly; all sandwich meat 51-degrees F-49-degrees F, thrown away; foods in walk-in are improperly date-marked; mixer blade chipped -- metal piece hanging off blade; can opener blade is visibly soiled; filthy bar soda hose is touching ice used for drinks; slicer is visibly soiled; working containers of chemicals are not labeled with contents.
Bridge Road Bistro, 915 Bridge Road: 9 critical violations. Inspector's comments: Person in charge is unable to demonstrate knowledge and train employees on proper food safety practices; food employee observed improperly drying hands by wiping on apron; drinking cup without cover was observed in food preparation area; food in 2-door upright cooler 51-degrees F, thrown away; food in 2-door line cooler 54-degrees F, thrown away; gravy on seam table 101-degrees F, thrown away; PHF in walk-in is improperly date-marked; slicer is visibly soiled; utensils in hot water manual warewashing sanitizer sink are not in contact with hot water for the minimum amount of time to achieve proper sanitization. Upon reinspections on June 27 and 30, 1 critical violation was found respectively.
Asian Buffet, 50 Nitro Market Place, Cross Lanes: 8 critical violations. Inspector's comments: Drinking cup without cover was observed in food preparation area; garlic and oil 88-degrees F; crab in cooler 52-degress F, all food thrown away; sesame pork 122-degrees F; Teflon coating peeling off rice cooker, pot thrown away; slicer dirty, can opener is visibly soiled; hose in mop sink.
Fifth Quarter Steakhouse, 201 Clendenin St.: 7 critical violations. Inspector's comments: Drinking cup without cover was observed in food preparation area; employee handling food contact surface of plate bare handed; food-contact surfaces of Pepsi bar gun has encrusted soil; food-contact surfaces of ice machine have encrusted soil; food-contact surfaces of pans have encrusted soil accumulations; the mop sink located in the mop area does not have an air gap as required; grill cleaner in prep area is stored over or with hot sauce.
London Mart, 9941 Dupont Ave., London: 5
Golden Wok, 8 Bank Street, Nitro: 5
Buffalo Wild Wings, 70 Nitro Market Place, Cross Lanes: 4
Thelma Fay's Deli, 1219 Washington St. E.: 4
Montgomery Pool Snack Bar, 1028 4th Ave., Montgomery: 4
Sushi Atlantic, 422 Shrewsbury St.: 4
Sam's Hot Dog Stand, 211 Hale St.: 4