Dubois County Marriage Licenses: 10/1 - 10/4October 11, 2019
Here are the most recent marriage licenses issued from the Dubois County Clerk's Office.
These licenses were issued between Oct. 1 and 4.
• Bradley Eugene Schmidt, 47, and Audrey Renee Shaw, 33, both of Jasper.
• James P. Knies, 49, and Kristin M. Pinnick, 55, both of Hillham.
• Justin Trenton Dauby, 31, and Jennifer Nicole Frierson, 34, both of Huntingburg.
• John J. Hedinger, 53, Tena Andry, 58, both of Jasper.
• Luke Benjamin Beemer, 24, and Andrea Leigh Weidenbenner, 24, both of San Jose, California.
• Lynk Daniel Kordes, 26, and Kalyn Rose Wendholt, 25, both of Ferdinand.
• Tyson James Cravener, 26, Huntingburg, and Janell Marie Matheis, 24, Dubois.
• Neal Siena, 31, Weehawken, New Jersey, and Kristen Nicole Braun, 31, Jasper.
• Kyle A. Holzbog, 27, and Shelby A. Bettag, 26, both of Ferdinand.
• Kenneth K. Kaeck Jr., 44, and Tracy Lynn Renner, 34, both of Jasper.
• Austin Lee Chumbley, 24, and Samantha Nicole Welp, 24, both of St. Anthony.
• Bradley Bolden, 32, and Kayla Goad, 26, both of Jasper.
• Brent Donavon Wininger, 21, Jasper, and Christine K. Correll, 22, Celestine.
• Dustin L. Houchin, 26, French Lick, and Crystal M. Fawks, 31, Huntingburg.
• Austin Tyler Widmer, 23, Louisville, Kentucky, and Megan Ann Wehr, 23, Huntingburg.
• Trevor Cole Fiscus, 24, and Shyanne Nicole Brewer, 21, both of Jasper.
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