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bankruptcies

Filings from Aug. 26-Sept. 1.

Chapter 7 (liquidation petitions)

David W. Uhl, Mullan, debts of $150,143.

Lee L. and Ellen C. Wheeler, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $888,460.

Fredrick B. Steiner, aka Rick Steiner, and Lorena M. Steiner, Sandpoint, debts of $330,596.

Paul M. and Tyler V. Vannoy, Post Falls, debts of $245,508.

Camilla E. Howell, aka Hergert, Post Falls, debts of $56,896.

David W. and Kim M. Suthard, Post Falls, debts of $353,646.

Sandra L. Novotny, fdba Z-Best Maintenance Co., Rathdrum, debts of $52,536.

Nicholas F. and Pamela J. Burns, Wallace, debts unspecified.

Kathleen C. Woodruff, Coeur d’Alene, debts of $15,346.

Chapter 13 (wage-earner petitions)

Willis F. and Jeanne C. Presnell, Hayden, debts unspecified.

David A. and Angela M. Munson, aka Angela M. Dolan, aka Angela M. Danna, Athol, debts of $78,403.

William A. Stanko, Coeur d’Alene, debts unspecified.

Eldon C. and Gail A. Rush, dba Eldon’s New York Style Italian Sausage, dba G & E Catering, dba Eldon’s Italian Sausage, fdba Eldon’s New York Express, Athol, debts of $769,678.

Carolyn M. Hill, aka Kami M. Hill, Sandpoint, debts of $153,392.

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