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Bankruptcies for July 6, 2022

Bankruptcy information gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth.

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This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth on June 23-28.

DEBTOR: Kristina Marie Alapeteri, fka Kristina Marie Claypool
ADDRESS: 628 Second St., Nashwauk
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 23
ASSETS: $189,504.48
LIABILITIES: $152,563.66

DEBTOR: William P. Young
ADDRESS: 909 89th Ave. W., Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 27
ASSETS: $37,944
LIABILITIES: $25,828.93

DEBTOR: Charles Merle Ratcliff Jr., aka Chuck Merle Ratcliff Jr.
ADDRESS: 3168 Midway Road, Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 27
ASSETS: $17,373.50
LIABILITIES: $100,285

DEBTOR: Lisa Jo Mehle
ADDRESS: 431 12th St., Cloquet
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 28
ASSETS: $73,253
LIABILITIES: $74,159.36

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DEBTOR: Daniel F. Huffman, asf Duluth Superior Spring LLP, asf Huffman Springs & U-Bolts Corp.
ADDRESS: 42 Serenity Way, Esko
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 28
ASSETS: $611,376.32
LIABILITIES: $678,170.29

DEBTOR: Kenneth Robert Tousignant
ADDRESS: 3326 Vernon St., Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 28
ASSETS: $20,343
LIABILITIES: $68,106

DEBTOR: Jennifer N. Dagger
ADDRESS: 1040 86th Ave. W., Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 28
ASSETS: $13,475
LIABILITIES: $9,028.49

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