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Archive for Sunday, July 4, 2010

Bankruptcies

July 4, 2010

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• Brynn Denise Adams, 2705 Bonanza, Lawrence.

• Jessica Marie Hansen, 2705 Bonanza, Lawrence.

• Donna Marie Oleson, 1217 Bluestem Drive, Eudora.

• Michael Joseph Kanter and Janice Marie Kanter, 3323 Iowa, No. 121, Lawrence.

• Sunday Ray Castico, also known as Raymond Joseph Castico, 1311 E. 21st Terrace, Lawrence.

• Charlena J. Eckert, 1504 Greenway Drive, Apt. H, Eudora.

• Gladys Kathryn Dyer, 1755 E. 1310 Road, Lawrence.

• Luke Derrick Tanking, 3700 Clinton Parkway, Apt. 206, Lawrence.

• Shelby Clayton Kiewel and Andrea Michelle Kiewel, 373 E. 2263 Road, Eudora.

• James Dan Hill and Dawn Maria Hill, 905 Branchwood Dr., Lawrence.

• Andrew M. Hammond, also known as Drew Hammond, and Maria Felinda P. Hammond, also known as Felinda Hammond and as Maria Hammond, 3220 Rainier Drive, Lawrence.

• Blake Nicholas Walters and Amber Dominique Walters, 135B Santa Fe Drive, Baldwin City.

• Kami Juana Tabares, 1500 E. 24th St., G-1, Lawrence.

• Kathleen Marie Ankle, 4567 Larissa Drive, Lawrence.

Comments

Sunny Parker 4 years, 5 months ago

There will be more! Where are the jobs that Obomba promised to the American people?

tomatogrower 4 years, 5 months ago

Where are the jobs that all of Kansas and Bush's tax cuts were suppose to create? Oh yeah, in China.

kernal 4 years, 5 months ago

Why did LJW start posting bankruptcy filings right before the bankruptcy law changed? Seems to me if you're going to print a "wall of shame" that is caused by the ridiculous costs of health insurance, health care and job losses, then go back to posting OUIs and the like. Appears LJW is being just a little hypocritical and elitist.

notajayhawk 4 years, 5 months ago

Isn't it required? I don't mean specifically in a newspaper story per se, but don't you have to publish notice of a bankruptcy to give creditors who may not have been named a chance to respond?

OldEnuf2BYurDad 4 years, 5 months ago

This information is being published as a public service. It's not a wall of shame for the entertainment of elitists.

Also: Ask anyone who has worked in lending or law and they will verify this: when the economy was BOOMING, plenty of people were filing BKs, and not because of hospital bills. Lots of people are just debt-addicted and living beyond their means. Lots.

headdoctor 4 years, 5 months ago

This isn't new. LJW has been printing bankruptcy filings for years.

jayhawklawrence 4 years, 5 months ago

We need to do a better job of reporting where our tax dollars go including government subsidies to oil companies.

Especially government subsidies to big corporations. We need to stop the corruption in politics which is seldom considered criminal anymore. Just a good ole boys club for the lucky few.

All of these things contribute to a rise in taxes and the idea that it is okay to raise taxes whenever you want something.

Steve Jacob 4 years, 5 months ago

Bankruptcies have happened for forever, so don't blame Obama, or Bush, or whomever. I bet caveman had debts some could not pay.

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