South Dakota bankruptcies Sept. 1 through Nov. 9

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 Sept. 1 through Nov. 9. 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 : David Merlin Engraf, Chapter 13; Robin Lynn Engraf, Chapter 13; Jeremiah James Knapp, Chapter 7; Kathryn Dianne DeVoss, Chapter 7; Brent Andrew Fuhrmann, Chapter 13; Nathan Allen Marzenell, Chapter 7; Tasha Marie Marzenelle, Chapter 7; Robert Alan Socha, Chapter 7.

Arlington: Shane Daniel Lee Duffy, Chapter 7.

Alcester: Chuck Eugene Henning, Chapter 13; Kathleen Sue Henning, Chapter 13.

Big Stone City: Kevin David Speaker, Chapter 7.


Brandon: Alan Joseph Schmidt, Chapter 13; Richard Kenneth Judd, Chapter 7; MaKenna Leigh Hadler, Chapter 7; Jared Dmitry Cheever, Chapter 7; Bobbi Jo Dede, Chapter 7.

Big Stone City: Kevin David Speaker, Chapter 7.

Box Elder: Sara Marie Fain, Chapter 7; Tanya Lynn Gray, Chapter 13.

Bristol: Richard Carey Wells, Chapter 7.

Brookings: Nicole Lynn Mann, Chapter 7; Brianna Marie Hammer, Chapter 7; Tey Michael Cook, Chapter 13; Gregory Allen Wilkinson II, Chapter 7.

Canton: Nicole Celeste Skrove, Chapter 13.

Clear Lake: Cory Ryan Sodren, Chapter 7.

Dell Rapids: Robert James Barse, Chapter 7;


Flandreau: Jeremiah Gene Peterson, Chapter 7.

Frankfort: James Anthony Medina, Chapter 7.

Frederick: Michael Thomas Robinson, Chapter 7.

Fulton: Samuel Joe Waldner, Chapter 7.

Hartford: Becki Jo Plueger, Chapter 7.

Ipswich: Angela Lynn Tarbox, Chapter 7.

Huron: Belinda Sue Songer, Chapter 7.

Lead: Dale Sloan Porras, Chapter 7; Dawn Regina Porras, Chapter 7.


Mitchell: Kimberlea Ann Lessman, Chapter 7; Felicia Marie Ruff, Chapter 7; Howard Gillette Willoughby, Chapter 13; Maria Guadalupe Willoughby, Chapter 13.

Meckling: Alicia Dawn Miller, Chapter 7.

Onida: Carrie Anne Watts, Chapter 7.

Pierre: Bryon Thomas Biwer, Chapter 13; Misty Ann Biewer, Chapter 13; Nichole Blanche Reum, Chapter 7.

Rapid City: Karley Michael Kirsner, Chapter 7; Gabriel Dale Johnson, Chapter 7; Correna Lynn Reitenbaugh, Chapter 7; Bradley Noel Weese, Chapter 7; Aaron Robert Davis, Chapter 7; Monique Ray Brave, Chapter 7; Deborah Ann Worsham, Chapter 7; Monica Leah McCarty, Chapter 7; Daniel Russell Blackmore, Chapter 7.

Scotland: Steven Robert DeWalde, Chapter 7.

Selby: Taryn Nicole Roebuck, Chapter 7; Tyler William Roebuck, Chapter 7.

Sioux Falls: Eric Robert Benson, Chapter 13; Jennifer Lynn Benson, Chapter 13; Sharena Rayshun Terrell, Chapter 7; Brittany Anastasia Barto, Chapter 7; Jeffrey Dean Schultz, Chapter 13; Sandra Marie Heckman, Chapter 7; Shaylee Tess Habert, Chapter 7; Daryl Lee Skinner, Chapter 7; Angelia Dean Drawbridge, Chapter 7; Sheila Sue Christman, Chapter 7; Brigette K. Dangel, Chapter 7; Mary Patricia Hallickson, Chapter 13; Paula Jane Wortham, Chapter 7; Lynnette Ann Grandison, Chapter 13; Jamey Dale Moss, Chapter 7; Jenny Ann Warwich, Chapter 7; Jeremy Thomas Broomfield, Chapter 7; Melanie Kay Rolfes, Chapter 7; Jennifer Elaine Fischer, Chapter 7; Patrick Gene Quittem, Chapter 13; Melissa Anne Quittem, Chapter 13; Chelsea Nicole Keeter, Chapter 7; ABC 21 Business Trust, Chapter 7; Nathan Andrew Keyman, Chapter 7; Brooklyn Kae Dertien, Chapter 7; Amber Ann Poulos, Chapter 7; Yesenia (no middle name) Para, Chapter 7; Jerry Eugene Kadinger Sr., Chapter 13; Sandra Kay Weekly, Chapter 7; Lilia Maria Patino, Chapter 7; David Alexander Benson, Chapter 7; Matt Kerry Keefer, Chapter 7; Kevin Ariel Alvarez-Almedina, Chapter 13; Nathaly (no middle name) Valencia, Chapter 13; Daniel Lee Ellendorf, Chapter 7; Nicole Lynn Ellendorf, Chapter 7; Shayla Renee Williams, Chapter 7; Rhonda Theresa Little, Chapter 7; Troy Lamar Tice, Chapter 7; Emily Rose Heckman, Chapter 7; Alicia McCline Ault, Chapter 13.

St. Peter, Minn.; Eddie Joe Kisor, Chapter 7.

Sturgis: Brandon Waite Mills, Chapter 7.

Tea: Tricia Marie Steen, Chapter 7; Patrick Thomas Heeney, Chapter 7; Debbra Dee Heeney, Chapter 7.

Toronto: Vicki Lynn Wallert, Chapter 7.

Wallace: Rosanna Kay Leavitt, Chapter 7.

Watertown: Chad Wayne Lambert, Chapter 7; Lacey Mae Lambert, Chapter 7; Lindsey Jo Thompson, Chapter 7; Nicholas Dale Briggs, Chapter 7.

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