Vital Statistics

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Vital Statistics


Each Sunday, the Star-Advertiser publishes Oahu vital statistics for marriage licenses, civil unions and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health's Vital Statistics System. The statistics cover the five-business-day period ending the Thursday of the previous week. The dates listed do not necessarily reflect the actual marriage, civil union or birth date, just when the information was filed. Marriage and civil union announcements do not represent all those filed, only those who consented to the release of the information.

MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS Filed on Oahu, March 14-27

-- Natasha Marie Taylor Agcaoili and Jordan Brede Kaimana Karratti

-- Andre William Ahern and Hong Anh Nguyen

-- Rudy Leigh Aiono and Noelle Aolani Peralto

-- Andrew Lee Akana and Whitney Harumi Yui

-- Lauren-Taylor Kawehipuaonalani Akana and Princeton Mikaele Pimental

-- Michael Scott Amarosa and Marie Janelle Gando Espiritu

-- Randy Heiarii Amaru and Nelly Manou Choune

-- David Nelson Anderson and Shandra Lynn Archuleta

-- Katsuya Arai and Kaori Kawaguchi

-- Kalani Aleni Asuncion and Javonne Halana Malie Kahoalii

-- Stephanie Lee Bagley and Jerry James Honeycutt

-- Liberty Luke Barros and Noelani Summer Munoz-Hangca

-- Heath Abraham Baskin and Lindsey Michelle Roethemeyer

-- Jason Henry Becerra and Abby Lynn Hector

-- James Valmores Borja III and Ana Lilia Reyes Rojas

-- Felix Benjamin Borst and Ramona Siegel

-- Kevin Kelii Bright and Shyann Kuulei Elizabeth Hicks

-- Grace Evelyn Bronk and Lon William Moore

-- Mathew Christopher Busch and Sara Renae Hodges

-- Carlos Augusto Camargo and Laceyann Pualeilani Maligaya Poche

-- Pablo Fabricio Cardozo and Belinda June Holman

-- Kassandra Ashley Carlson and Storm-Lee Kalae Silva

-- Leonard Clinton Carman Jr. and Joeffrey Justin Ventura Galano

-- Lawson Carr Jr. and Michele Ellis

-- Brandie Michelle Chambers and Charles Hartwell Scrivener Jr.

-- Ray Wai-Kang Chan and Aaron James Oxley

-- Anne Nicole Chanvongsa and Allen Orifon Corpuz

-- Eric Melvin Chapman and Erika Katiosca Villegas Mendoza

-- Paul Steve Cheing and Sonia Belinda Ramirez

-- Chun Chih Chen and Ya Yang Yen

-- James Choi and Amanda Yeunhong Choi

-- Peter Choulaphan and Lynette Dollente Mina

-- Stephen Adams Chuan-Ching Chun and Megan Hokulani Sakamoto

-- Sage Frances Clary and Abel Carrasco

-- John Gerard Paul Couldwell and Bosiljka Urukalo

-- Kathleen Marie Curtis and Ty Robert Witt

-- Sandra Jane Davy and Michael Christopher Dennis Smith

-- Dean Jay Dela Cruz and Kryss Elizabeth Kapeka Dale Yukiko Hiramoto

-- Travis Todd Dengel and Tiffany Marie Koehly

-- Jude Ann Dennison and Michael Brent Baumert

-- Florentin Stefan Dita and Mayako Sakai Smart

-- Reka Domokos and Lynne Boyer

-- Brittany Lynn Dubia and Justin Keith Sawyer

-- Christopher Lynn Egan and Tori Leigh Seefeldt

-- Eugene Jan Keung Eng and Katie Renee Brownhill

-- Carolina Faamausili and Lisa Rene'e Faamausili

-- Criselda Martinez Fajardo and Victor Rausa Cabatic

-- Thomas Aaron Farmer and Giuseppe Vezzoli

-- Tara LeAnne Fletcher and Michael Scott Mansfield

-- Courtney Corbett Galy and Shawn Douglas Bain Bowman

-- Christopher David Garza and Kimberly Renee Bryant

-- Sandra Bee Gohres and Susan Anne Lane-Gohres

-- Tracy Lee Gray and Lien Maria Chang

-- Christye Noelle Greene and Amber Teresa Ozog

-- Grzegorz Marek Gromadzki and Magdalena Agnieszka Frukacz

-- Thomas Russel Hagmaier Jr. and Aimee Renee Spence

-- Stephen Foster Halverson and Brandi Rose Shell

-- Song Hye Karen Han and Stephen Brian Lewis

-- Darren Louis Hasson and Shannon Marie Stevens

-- Tong Tong He and Yuyi Lian

-- Justin Ray Henry and Travis Kelly Browne

-- Michael Joseph Herbster and Matilde Elizabeth Topete

-- Makoto Hibino and Hiromi Kumazawa

-- Howard Randall Hicks and Kurt Josef Helfrich

-- Susan Marie Hirtreiter and Arthur Everett Hughes

-- Alexandria Hoskowicz and James Joseph Cosgrove

-- George Hsieh and I Ping Chuang

-- Teha Jo Ann Hutchinson and Chad Michael Back

-- Steven M. …

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