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Marriage licenses issued during October 2022

Licenses are issued by the Nobles County Recorder's Office.

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Wedding rings stacked on beautiful background
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WORTHINGTON — Marriage licenses issued by the Nobles County Recorder’s Office during the month of October include:

Maria Luz Campos and Oscar Rene Rivas, Worthington; Rebecca Irene Kramer and Andrew James Brandt, Fulda; Gerson Eleazar Agustin Yoc and Heydi Roxana Perez Rodriguez, Worthington; Howard Leibowitz and Norkys Del Valle Perdomo, Fulda; Miguel Moreno Perdomo and Andy Lizeth Gomez Torres, Worthington; Ka La Pae and Paw Mu Nas, Worthington; Rosalina Hernandez and Salvador Antonio Herrera Fernandez, Worthington; Zawdee Kawthooleitheblay Ploeserpoeliberty and Ma Ler Ree, Worthington; and Samantha Marie Schmokel and Rylan Daniel Baumhoefner, Reading.

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