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Martin, St. Lucie counties public records: Jan. 27, 2018

Martin County Civil

Auto negligence

Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company v. Nedell Leonard, Gus Cecil Leonard
Thomas Brown Jr. v. Andrea Cid
Timothy Sherwin v. Kurt Anderson, Sara Snow
Justin T. Klahne v. Laura A. Sandora
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v. Mildred Emma Burton

Contract

Wells Fargo Bank v. Angela M. Siebert
Martin Memorial Medical Center Inc. v. George N. Shaw Jr.
Martin Memorial Medical Center Inc. v. Karlene Todd
Bank of America v. Amber L. Loomis
Martin Memorial Medical Center Inc. v. Carol Pool
Luke Tervo v. Wholesale Marine Specialists Inc., Carolina Composites LLC

$5,001-$15,000

Auto-Owners Insurance Company v. Quanda T. Potts, Melvin C. Potts
Bank of America v. Jill C. Finnegan
Carmax Business Services LLC v. Martin Risden
Midland Funding LLC v. Steven Ryan
Bank of America v. Kimberlee W. Ewing
Karen P. Mentor, Karen P. Mentor PA v. Brandy Cathcart
Discover Bank v. Masud U. Matin
Troy Capital LLC v. Juliet Ward
Universal Property Casualty Insurance Company v. Lawrence A. McGrath, Martha Ann McGrath

Mortgage foreclosure

Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Charles E. Wickes Jr., Sheralee Wickes, Martin County Florida Board of County Commissioners Building Department Code Enforcement Division

Dissolution of marriage

Whitney Gaskell v. George Gaskell
Anissa Rowe v. Ernest Rowe
Jermaine Rodrique Hope v. Emogene Simmons
Amanda Marie Parris v. Zachary Lee Parris
Petra Nozickova Cillo v. Anthony Cillo Jr.
Scott Lynn Shelton v. Lina Andrea Shelton
Ramon Lopez Roblero v. Shelane Lopez

Support

Jessica Grace Brickles v. Timothy Kurtis Donnelly
Shalana Nicole Servant v. Jerrelle Wesley Key
Christina Marie Lovria v. Travis Lee Pilcher

Martin County Small Claims

Under $2,500

Mrs. Donna Ponzo v. Mr. Scott Bowers
Danny A. Miller v. Karl Pokrandt
Kathleen Padula, Andrew Padula v. Joseph Ward Enterprises Inc.
LVNV Funding LLC v. Michael Salerno
Elite Orthopaedic Associates v. Progressive American Insurance Company
Luis Lugo v. State Farm Claims
Dr. Leon Gonyo DC PA v. Geico General Insurance Company
All Partners Network PLLC v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
Moldy Dollar Inc. v. Florida Boat Sales LLC
Jefferson Capital Systems LLC v. Donna Zerlin
Stephen Chew v. Steve Ocampo
Chiel Solomonoff v. William L. Wallace
Midland Funding LLC v. Madelin Garcia

$2,501-$5,000

Jeff Ducote v. Debbie Deering, Bryan Deering
Bank of America v. Christopher S. Leonhart
South Florida Title Services Inc. v. Arturo Taboada, Susana Taboada
Randy Gillman Enterprises LLC v. Oakbrooke Estates Property Owners Association Inc.
Bank of America v. Bradley T. Priestman
Midland Funding LLC v. Diane Jacobs
Cavalry SPV I LLC v. Daniel J. Steinberg

Evictions

Lisa Bolduc v. Michael Engelhardt Jr.
16033B96 Trust v. James Johnson
Tralee Sailfish I LLC v. Demaris Gomez
Right Choice AMN Inc. v. Natalie Grant
South Florida Investment Partners Corp. v. Kevin Beauregard
Dimitrios J. Troukis, Maureen C. Troukis v. Robert L. Staggs, Tiffany N. Arledge
MJH Hester LLC v. Crystal Plummer, Paul Hendrix
Jurgita Pritchard v. Tracy Marie Dipalo
Kerstien Williams v. Christina Harris
TCAC Properties LLC v. Don L. Robinson

Martin County Marriage

Ivan Isakovic and Karen Ann Ingram
Sarah Courtney Hopkins and Cristian Edgardo Rosales
Shaun Russell Tracy and Kevin Arnold Shore
Zachery Alan Rockefeller and Dale Aaron Deakin
Ryan Edward John Vasquez and Breanna Crane Altizer
Meagan Denise Weir and Zakaria Zaoui
Tarrence Lamar Berry and Lekeba Shanta Davis
Regina Elizabeth Rohm and Shawn Matthew Kalinowski
Kimberly Anne Yorloff and Sean Patrick Gallagher
Martha Cecilia Meza Saravia and Wilson Reinaldo Ferrera Mejia
Samuel B. Kimmel and Laura Katherine Recor
Hilarys Sofia Briceno Ariza and Nestor Humberto Tabio
Lina Marcela Bedoya Arango and Juan Guillermo Cano Perez
Bethany Lynne Jones and Junior Elysee Cianne
Keila Enit Vazquez Perez and Nestor Udiel Mendez Perez
Amy fleur Hands Clancy and Adrian Michael Noirre
Caitlin Campora and Tajaha Blair
June Belinda Lucas and Aaron Cornell Lumpkin
Danielle Marie Pritchard and James David Jeffries
Sindy Mariela Argueta Mejia and Juan D. Del Cid
Elysha Michelle Walker and Matthew Stephan Manciagli

St. Lucie County Civil

Contract

Ana Filipa Fernandes, Marco Machado v. Villas of Windmill Point II Property Owners Association Inc.
Angel Cruz v. Florida Peninsula Insurance Company
RCS Recovery Services LLC v. Jean-Louis Guetty
Downriver Utility Construction Inc. v. Reel Telecommunication Services LLC
Sebastial Hospital LLC v. Malcolm J. Banner
Discover Bank v. Nicole E. Condurso
Janis Services Inc. v. Hadico Holdings LLC, Amirali Hadi
Richard Hirst v. Elizabeth Mendez
Snap-On Credit LLC v. Xpert Auto Performance Inc., Kevin K. Busser
Direct General Insurance Company v. Anthony Addington
National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2007-2 v. Letisha G. Foreman
Steven Poole v. American Integrity Insurance Company of Florida
Marguerite Toussaint and Florissaint Toussaint v. Cypress Property Casualty Insurance Company
Hattie Hodge-Christie v. Citizens Property Insurance Corporation

Mortgage foreclosure

Citibank as Tr v. Jeanne E. Charles, unknown tenant in possession of the subject property
Bank of America v. Candace S. Gaylord, Gerald L. Fouts
Wilmington Savings Fund Society v. Magdalena Persico
HSBC Bank USA National Association Tr v. Guido Jaramillo Munoz, Sandra Molano, Sandra Molano Delgado, Tradition Community Association Inc.
Bank of America v. John Cameron MacVean, Heather B. MacVean
Harvey A. Schonbbrun v. Jamie McNair, Yolanda McNair
IBM Southeast Employees Credit Union v. Thomas Cori, Heritage Oaks at Tradition Homeowners Association Inc., Tradition Community Association Inc.
Harbor Community Bank v. Ligeia Crosdale

St. Lucie County Marriage

Colleen Leigh Montgomery and Paul Maclusky Monticone
Ricardo Ernesto Lugo and Carolina Anabel Montiel
Diane H. Trabulsy and Joseph J. Deross Jr.
Louis Andrew Richardson and Chloe Chantal Norman
Jason Robert Acrey and Rhonda Withrun
Mary Ann Slough and Leroy Scott
Abel J. Leon Alvarez Sr. and Isel M. Bello
Cassandra Ivette Saya and Roberto Tosado Jr.
Nicolas Cardenas and Karla Patricia Rivas Munoz
Gousmann Succes and Marie L. Paul
Angela Beatriz Lopez and Victor Alfonso Jose-Cajero
Raul Javier Del Rosario Renta and Pricila Cardona
Carl Radford Ashton and Mary Ellen Harrison
Alana Ann Aiva and Edward Thomas Vargulish III
Ashley Michaela Turcotte and David Austin Stone
Amanda Leigh Westbrook and Maxwell Stephen Cohen
Ruben Medina and Angelica Diego
Juan Bueno and Elena Morari
Michelle Verra Nord and Shimler Fortil


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Boat, RV show offers entertainment, shopping for recreation … – Longview News

Exhibition archer Frank Addington Jr. knows his act isn’t something most people would expect to see at an event such as the East Texas Boat and RV Show — but then again, the surprise is part of how he makes an impression.

“With hunting shows, I’m preaching to the choir,” he said. “RV shows are a new audience for me, and a lot of times it’ll spark an interest in archery.”

Addington is performing his “aspirin buster” act — in which he hits an aspirin pill with a bow and arrow behind his back — at this weekend’s show at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center. More than 25 vendors have RVs, boats, golf carts and other outdoors equipment at the sales show, which opened Friday and continues through Sunday.

Addington’s performances — at noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. today and 1 p.m. Sunday — are the event’s special attraction. He said he grew up in a family of archers and has been performing “bow-and-arrow razzle dazzle” for 33 years.

He hopes his 30-minute act encourages people to pick up archery, or at least gets them to go outside and enjoy nature.

“The message I have is turn off the computers, TV and video games and get outdoors with your family,” he said. “(Children) won’t remember the high score they got on a video game, but they will remember the first bass they catch with grandma or grandpa.”

Kane Elliot, 16, and Cade Nelson, 15, of Beckville don’t have a problem with getting outdoors. The pair decided to start K C Custom Jigs to fund their passion for fishing tournaments.

“We needed more money to fish in more tournaments, so we started making jigs,” Kane said.

He said they read about how to melt the lead and mold the heads to make each lure, but the effort largely was trial and error until they figured out what worked. Cade said this weekend is their first time to have a sales booth, and business was good on the show’s opening day.

Kane said the show is helping them hone their sales techniques for the future.

“It’s a lot easier to sell when you find common ground and tell fishing stories,” he said.

Between 5,000 and 6,000 people are expected to turn out over the show’s three days.

Gary Nichols, owner of Nichols Marine, brought 15 boats to the show, eight of which were different models of pontoon boats. He said one of the reasons pontoon boats remain popular is their diversity.

“Pontoons still continue to be the fastest-growing segment in the marine industry,” he said. “The boating industry is growing and has shown real growth in the last three years.”

He said Friday was good for business, but he expects today to bring in larger crowds.

Michael Swanker, 33, of Quitman came to the show Friday for the first time to look at fifth wheel campers. He said space is the top factor he considers when looking at different models.

“We are ready for a new one,” he said. “Ours is about ready to retire.”

Swanker said he likely won’t purchase anything this weekend, but the show gives him something to think about.

For most attendees this year, the small, two-person campers have been the most popular, said Lynn Florence, a sales representative for Tyler RV Center. She said the business brought out 20 types of RVs, toy haulers and more.

“(Attendees) come in droves,” Florence said. “We’ve had some very interested so far. It looks like it’ll be a very successful weekend.”


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Boat, RV show offers entertainment, shopping for recreation enthusiasts – Longview News

Exhibition archer Frank Addington Jr. knows his act isn’t something most people would expect to see at an event such as the East Texas Boat and RV Show — but then again, the surprise is part of how he makes an impression.

“With hunting shows, I’m preaching to the choir,” he said. “RV shows are a new audience for me, and a lot of times it’ll spark an interest in archery.”

Addington is performing his “aspirin buster” act — in which he hits an aspirin pill with a bow and arrow behind his back — at this weekend’s show at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center. More than 25 vendors have RVs, boats, golf carts and other outdoors equipment at the sales show, which opened Friday and continues through Sunday.

Addington’s performances — at noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. today and 1 p.m. Sunday — are the event’s special attraction. He said he grew up in a family of archers and has been performing “bow-and-arrow razzle dazzle” for 33 years.

He hopes his 30-minute act encourages people to pick up archery, or at least gets them to go outside and enjoy nature.

“The message I have is turn off the computers, TV and video games and get outdoors with your family,” he said. “(Children) won’t remember the high score they got on a video game, but they will remember the first bass they catch with grandma or grandpa.”

Kane Elliot, 16, and Cade Nelson, 15, of Beckville don’t have a problem with getting outdoors. The pair decided to start K C Custom Jigs to fund their passion for fishing tournaments.

“We needed more money to fish in more tournaments, so we started making jigs,” Kane said.

He said they read about how to melt the lead and mold the heads to make each lure, but the effort largely was trial and error until they figured out what worked. Cade said this weekend is their first time to have a sales booth, and business was good on the show’s opening day.

Kane said the show is helping them hone their sales techniques for the future.

“It’s a lot easier to sell when you find common ground and tell fishing stories,” he said.

Between 5,000 and 6,000 people are expected to turn out over the show’s three days.

Gary Nichols, owner of Nichols Marine, brought 15 boats to the show, eight of which were different models of pontoon boats. He said one of the reasons pontoon boats remain popular is their diversity.

“Pontoons still continue to be the fastest-growing segment in the marine industry,” he said. “The boating industry is growing and has shown real growth in the last three years.”

He said Friday was good for business, but he expects today to bring in larger crowds.

Michael Swanker, 33, of Quitman came to the show Friday for the first time to look at fifth wheel campers. He said space is the top factor he considers when looking at different models.

“We are ready for a new one,” he said. “Ours is about ready to retire.”

Swanker said he likely won’t purchase anything this weekend, but the show gives him something to think about.

For most attendees this year, the small, two-person campers have been the most popular, said Lynn Florence, a sales representative for Tyler RV Center. She said the business brought out 20 types of RVs, toy haulers and more.

“(Attendees) come in droves,” Florence said. “We’ve had some very interested so far. It looks like it’ll be a very successful weekend.”


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