BY THE HERALDJanuary 29, 2013 

U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Spokane


James R. Brumley and Debra S. Brumley, 940 Florence St., Prosser; debts $143,140; assets $143,000.

Ron Allen Myers, 3021 Chicory Drive, West Richland; debts $203,892; assets $187,072.

Weaver H. Palin, 2839 W. Kennewick Ave., Kennewick; debts $7,332; assets $280.

Steven Ray Smart, 817 N. Main St., Walla Walla; debts $14,741; assets $0.

David Cameron and Kristin Kaye Baldwin, 809 W. 14th Place, Kennewick; debts $182,616; assets $148,540.

Rosie Mae Johnson, 8506 W. Canyon Ave., Kennewick; debts $16,879; assets $2,986.

Joseph H. Picker and Linda M. Picker, 1506 N. Montana Court, Kennewick; debts $268,007; assets $28,546.

Derek J. Butticve, 121 Bush St., Walla Walla; debts $16,778; assets $34,515.

Israel Hernandez Moreno, 1725 N. 21st St., Pasco; debts $25,800; assets $15,470.

Kathryn A. Blakeman, 53 Galaxy Lane, Richland; debts $199,486; assets $30,326.

Walla Walla Gardners' Association, Inc., 210 N. 11th Ave., Walla Walla; debts $2,676,359; assets $1,577,465.

Tawny Lynn Scully, 5713 W. 23rd Ave., Kennewick; debts $55,289; assets $21,300.

Cheryl D. Hayes, 7803 W. Deschutes Ave., Kennewick; debts $116,698; assets $12,402.

Susan Kay Supples, 3020 W. Pearl St., Pasco; debts $26,898; assets $1,800.

Monica Y. Chavez, 1538 N. Third Ave., Pasco; debts $25,334; assets $455.

Elias Alonso and Diana Alonso, 620 Chase Ave., Walla Walla; debts $266,649; assets $228,105.

Angel Nateras, 5211 Texada Lane, Pasco; debts $166,501; assets $167,090.

Jarrod A. Burden and Donna J. Burden, 731 S. Fourth St., College Place; debts $17,054; assets $47,926.

Rodolfo Martinez Rivas, 1107 W. Fifth Ave., Kennewick; debts not listed.

Brent Lee Peterson, 4206 Mojave Court, Pasco; debts $50,197; assets $1,357.


Kory Edward Ellison, 9202 W. Gage Blvd., Kennewick; debts $35,015; assets $12,065.

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