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Bankruptcies

February 28, 2010

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Douglas County residents or businesses filing for bankruptcy protection during the week ended Thursday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the District of Kansas, according to court records:

• Fabian Emmanuel Colin, 1810 W. 25th St., Apt. C, Lawrence.

• Jason Lee Arington, 1425 Maple Lane, Lawrence.

• Roberta Jean Foley, 2424 Melrose Lane, No. B-201, Lawrence.

• Michael Vincent Lueb, 1800 Castle Pines Court, Lawrence.

• Anderson Rentals Inc., also known as Anderson Rentals & Sales Inc., 1312 W. Sixth St., Lawrence.

• Anderson Enterprises, 1312 W. Sixth St., Lawrence.

• Monica Brook McKay, formerly known as Monica Brook Thieman and Monica Brook Wollum, 4706 W. 24th St., Lawrence.

• Kenneth Jason Anderson and Selene Renee Anderson, formerly known as Selene Renee Coffin, 1201 Tallgrass Drive, Eudora.

• Bryan Douglas Bloom, 902 Olivers Court, Lawrence.

• Laurie Dean Chapman, formerly known as Laurie Wittenberg, 3632 W. 10th St., Lawrence.

• Thomas R. Eversole, P.O. Box 442427, Lawrence.

• Chandra L. Decker, 5000 Clinton Parkway, No. 716, Lawrence.

Comments

maryanderson 4 years, 1 month ago

The Anderson family will be continuing business. This economic downturn has been escalated by the banking industry basically going on strike for the last 2 ½ years and our filings are for protection.

We are proud of our service record for the last 63, and look forward to continued service. Mr. Cowboy we would welcome addressing your complaints.

Many thanks to our loyal customers, friends, and neighbors. Mary Anderson

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cowboy 4 years, 1 month ago

I stopped using them a couple years ago , equipment not maintained very well and a bit of an attitude by certain staff.

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just_another_bozo_on_this_bus 4 years, 1 month ago

Going into bankruptcy doesn't necessarily mean they'll go out of business. I suspect this has a lot to do with the slow down in the sprawl machine.

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down_the_river 4 years, 1 month ago

Say it's not true! Hopefully it's just a temporary re-organization, or response to some financial hit. It's tough enough to have to explain what is meant by the Anderson lot when referring to downtown parking in the years since they moved. It would be even more removed when you'd have to explain what Anderson was, should they disappear entirely.

It's cruel irony to have the promotion of second hand stores countered by the bankruptcy of something as thrifty as a tool and equipment rental service. I've always admired the Anderson family, I hope it's a quick rebound.

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toe 4 years, 1 month ago

Anderson went down? I guess I should have rented more stuff.

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