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South Dakota bankruptcy filings, April 13 through June 1

Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for April 13 through June 1.

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Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for April 13 through June 1. 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: Michelle Renee Eisenbeisz, Chapter 7; Amanda Brooke Anderson, Chapter 7; Christopher Lee Etl, Chapter 7
  • Alpena: Lynn Charlotte Hinrichs, Chapter 7.
  • Bancroft, Iowa: Joseph Olin Brunson, Chapter 7.
  • Belle Fourche: Jaasiel Liam Schwender, Chapter 7; Courtney Faye Schwender, Chapter 7.
  • Bowdle: Jeremy Wayne Meyer, Chapter 7.
  • Brandon: Caleb Jon DeVille, Chapter 7; Brian Douglas Ashby, Chapter 7; Tara LaRae Lynn, Chapter 7.
  • Brookings: Michelle Anna Moore, Chapter 7; Alectra Lynn Roberts.
  • Chamberlain: Karina Louise Willoughby, Chapter 12. 
  • Custer: David Charles Moore, Chapter 7; Bonnie Lee Moore, Chapter 7; Jonathan Nathaniel; David Robb, Chapter 7.
  • Dell Rapids: Aaron Matthew Rolfson, Chapter 7.
  • Flandreau: Darin Gene Tiger Jr., Chapter 7.
  • Garretson: Mallory Sarah Ann Koutz.
  • Hartford: Amy Lynn Falk, Chapter 7; Cheryl Ann Holmes, Chapter 7.
  • Harrisburg: Kevin Walter Stevenson, Chapter 7; Enrique Duran Garcia, Chapter 7; Nancy Jean Peterson, Chapter 7; Linda Marie Jacobs, Chapter 7.
  • Hot Springs: Alexander Franklin Flyte, Chapter 7; Michael Dean Giesler, Chapter 7. 
  • Hudson: James Robert Dumas, Chapter 7; Toni Janelle Dumas, Chapter 7.
  • Hurley: Lacey Lynn Yesda, Chapter 7; Codey Allen Yesda, Chapter 7. 
  • Huron: Alex Michael Riley Burkel, Chapter 7; Elizabeth Ann Chipman, Chapter 7. 
  • Ipswich: William Davis Gilborne, Chapter 7; Cassandra Rae Gilborne, Chapter 7. 
  • Irene: Russell Dean Olson, Chapter 7; Colleen Lenay Olson, Chapter 7.
  • Leola: Andrea Dawn Brunson, Chapter 7.
  • Madison: Danielle Elizabeth Ciancio, Chapter 7. 
  • Mitchell: Austin Daniel Wachter, Chapter 7; Anastasia Michelle Wachter, Chapter 7; Jessica Rae Durrin, Chapter 7; Melissa Lynn Sedlmeier, Chapter 7; Joshua James Gebhart, Chapter 7; Breanne Marie Gebhart, Chapter 7.
  • Montrose: Stacy Marie Kozlik, Chapter 7.
  • North Sioux City: Joseph Lee Swenson, Chapter 7.
  • New Underwood: Crystal Lynn Brown, Chapter 7. 
  • Rapid City: Lisa Marie Peniska, Chapter 7; Pamela Doris Barnhardt, Chapter 7; Eric Lee Meland, Chapter 7; Brandon Scott Gayton, Chapter 7; Freda Gay Chacon, Chapter 7; Kay Lorraine Carger, Chapter 7; Grace Louise Wick, Chapter 7.
  • Sioux Falls: Meghan Elise DeJong, Chapter 7; Brian Keith Knopf, Chapter 13; Jessica Lynn Fleming, Chapter 7; Brooke LaNell Kuehl, Chapter 7; Mark Emory Swanson, Chapter 13; Elizabeth Ann Sizemore, Chapter 7; Nicholas Alan Floyd, Chapter 7; Janice Lee Doyle, Chapter 13; Candice Christen Snyder-Doyle, Chapter 13; Francisco Javier Gonzalez, Chapter 7; Heather Lee Gonzalez, Chapter 7; Jennifer Sue Odland, Chapter 7; Christy Nicole Freese, Chapter 7; Colleen Ann O’Brien, Chapter 7; Loryale Tumuluk Gaffney, Chapter 7; Ceara Janette Gaffney, Chapter 7; Wayne Gerald Langseth, Chapter 7; Carl Steven Knock, Chapter 7; Alondra Yamilex Valencia, Chapter 7; Nathaniel James Delaney, Chapter 7; Jenna Ann Delaney, Chapter 7; Todd Allan Peterson; Arlene Tiffany Nicole Weldon, Chapter 7; David Steven Kleinsasser, Chapter 13; Margaret Ann Stanton, Chapter 13; Trisha Ann Hutchings, Chapter 7; Juan Muzamil Peter, Chapter 7; Nicholas David Deibert, Chapter 13; JoLisa Jean Bahr, Chapter 7; Tricia Ann Quarve, Chapter 7; Julie Kathleen Jensen, Chapter 7; Denise Ann Dorsey, Chapter 7; Matthew Clifford Prior, Chapter 7; Jill Marie Anderson, Chapter 7.
  • Spearfish: Elizabeth Anne Thompson, Chapter 7.
  • Tea: LuAnne Mae Bartek, Chapter 13; Ashley Anne Hicks, Chapter 7; Brandon Michael Hicks, Chapter 7.
  • Tyndall: Danny LeRoy Holton, Chapter 7; Connine Rene Holton, Chapter 7. 
  • Vermillion: Scott Alan Vogel Sr., Chapter 7.
  • Wall: Louis Henry Lange, Chapter 13; Rosebud Kay Lange, Chapter 13.
  • Watertown: Paul David Urban, Chapter 7; Watertown: Kristine Kaye Jensen, Chapter 7. 
  • Yankton: Caitlin Antoinette Breen, Chapter 7; Grant William Nielsen, Chapter 7; Bethany Jean Sudbeck, Chapter 7.
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