Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

Business

September 29, 2011

Bankruptcy filings: 9/30/11

LEXINGTON — Bankruptcy filings in the Eastern District of U.S. Bankruptcy Court include the following:

Boyd County

James A. Berry Jr. and Ronda M. Berry of Rush; Chapter 7; filed Sept. 26; assets $122,000, liabilities $159,074.

Elliott County

Tina R. Moore of the 400 block of Devil Fork Road, Sandy Hook; Chapter 7; filed Sept. 22; assets $39,183, liabilities $70,306.

Wilma Kelley of the 80 block of Keith Whitley Blvd., Sandy Hook; Chapter 7; filed Sept. 22; assets $81,828, liabilities $183,051.

Greenup County

Linda L. Morris of the 400 block of Railroad Street, Russell; Chapter 7; filed Sept. 22; assets $23,925, liabilities $44,264.

Brian Lee Spencer and Danielle Nicole Spencer of the 1900 block of Randall Street, Flatwoods; Chapter 13; filed Sept. 22; assets $133,639, liabilities $234,976.

Lawrence County

Pamela Odum Puryear of the 10 block of C Street, Louisa; Chapter 13; filed Sept. 26; assets $20,549, liabilities $100,897.

Rowan County

Jessica Amber DeHart /aka/ Jessica Amber Conn of Clearfield; Chapter 7; filed Sept. 26; assets $11,560, liabilities $28,412.

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