South Dakota bankruptcies Jan. 27-April 13

Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota.

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Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for Jan. 27 through April 13. Individuals can file Chapter 7 petitions (asking that debts be liquidated); Chapter 12 (a simplified reorganization method for farmers and ranchers whose gross debt does not exceed $1.5 million); and Chapter 13 (a plan to repay some debts in three to five years). Businesses can file Chapter 11 petitions to reorganize their debts under a court-approved plan for repayment.

  • Aberdeen: Christian Lee Arnao, Chapter 7; Shannon Leann Arnao, Chapter 7; Barry Jon Tenney, Chapter 7; Curtis Douglas Hilzendeger, Chapter 13; Constance Marie Hilzendeger, Chapter 13.
  • Alexandria: Frank Jarrod Hayne, Chapter 7.
  • Bath: Makayla Jean Jones, Chapter 13. 
  • Belle Fourche: Eric Glen Fischer, Chapter 13.
  • Brandon: Bryan Jordan Thomas, Chapter 7.
  • Box Elder: Jeffrey Alan Neumann, Chapter 7.
  • Corsica: Byron Glen Storm, Chapter 7.
  • Delmont: Joel Ryan Baier, Chapter 7.
  • Flandreau: Judy Ann Eldridge, Chapter 13; John Joseph Eldridge, Chapter 13. 
  • Freeman: Brenda Kay Eich, Chapter 7.
  • Garretson: Joseph Floyd Ruth, Chapter 7; Evan Lee Barnes, Chapter 7; Tanyel Jolene Barnes, Chapter 7. 
  • Gettysburg: Jacob John Schuler, Chapter 7.
  • Harrisburg: Bradley Wayne Hedlund. Chapter 7; Tamie Gwen Hedlund, Chapter 7; Randy Dale Ragatz, Chapter 13; Vanessa Marie Ragatz, Chapter 13.
  • Hartford: Marvin Edward Miller, Chapter 7.
  • Hill City: Tammy Kay Bell, Chapter 7. 
  • Hitchcock: Deborah Rebecca Bailey, Chapter 7; Jack Neal Bailey, Chapter 7.
  • Jefferson: Derek Christopher Tomlinson, Chapter 7.
  • Lake City: Brandon John Hagen, Chapter 12; Calee Jo Hagen, Chapter 12.
  • Lennox: Troy Jeremy Nordman, Chapter 7; Brandia Lynn Nordman, Chapter 7.
  • Leola: Alicia Kay Bauley, Chapter 7. 
  • Midland: Kay Lynn Karch, Chapter 13. 
  • Pickstown: Forrest J. Farley, Chapter 7.
  • Rapid City: Stephanie Kay Nelson, Chapter 7; Cristian John Clark, Chapter 7; Jill Kristen Lipp, Chapter 7; Renee Maggie Heidrich, Chapter 7; Nathaniel Justin Peay, Chapter 7. 
  • Roscoe: Nicholas Wayne Scarborough, Chapter 7.
  • Sioux Falls: Brenda Ann Smith, Chapter 7; Terry Everett Johnson, Chapter 7; Carol Beth Johnson, Chapter 7;  Julie Irene Blumer, Chapter 7; Preston Shane Larson, Chapter 7; Joel Jerrod McGee, Chapter 7; Janessa Raye Noram, Chapter 7;  Lanny Ray Williamson, Chapter 7; Seth Ryan Gallant, Chapter 7; Gregory Troy DeMarrias Sr., Chapter 7; Kathy Kay Mastbergen, Chapter 7; Stephanie Kay Johnson, Chapter 7; Stephanie Marie Haggin, Chapter 7; Meghen Saege Nystrom, Chapter 7; Malinda Lou Byrd, Chapter 7; Alix Lyn Byrd, Chapter 7; Tina Loraine Slagle, Chapter 7; Casey Lou Menge, Chapter 7; David Alex France Sr., Chapter 13; Kristi Lynn France, Chapter 13; Heather Romaine Young, Chapter 7; Tate Ezra Story, Chapter 7; Kendrick Dion Hart, Chapter 7; Mikey Siyawong, Chapter 7; Rhonda Renae Nygaard-Mitchell; Chapter 7; Dustin Todd Schroeder, Chapter 7; Lori Ann Davis, Chapter 7; Bradley Daniel McNamara, Chapter 7; Heather Marie Hanson, Chapter 7; Justin Jeffrey Hanson, Chapter 7; Kelly Rae Dierkson, Chapter 7; Timothy George Engberg, Chapter 7; Jarett Michael Smith, Chapter 7; Cheryl Lynn Smith, Chapter 7.
  • Spearfish: Kela Marie Merchen, Chapter 7; Honda Glae Bruhn, Chapter 7; Lawrence Benito Romero Jr., Chapter 7; Dawn Lynn Romero, Chapter 7; Dustie Marie Clements, Chapter 7; Tana Marie Fremont, Chapter 7.
  • Virgil: Megan Jean Leddy, Chapter 12. 
  • Watertown: Heidi Jean Lindner, Chapter 7.
  • Webster: Eric Scott Garrett, Chapter 7; Alicia Ane Garrett, Chapter 7. 
  • Woonsocket: Brayden Douglas Peterson, Chapter 7; Yesica Amabeli Sanchez Escobar, Chapter 7.
  • Worthing: Eric Thomas Hinds, Chapter 7.
  • Yankton: Donald Spencer Christie, Chapter 7; Shirley June Christie, Chapter 7.
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