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Bankruptcies for June 29, 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 14-22.

DEBTOR: Burl Don Cooley
ADDRESS: 4758 Highway 100, Aurora
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 14
ASSETS: $61,161
LIABILITIES: $26,922.09

DEBTOR: Louise Marie Dobell
ADDRESS: 3818 Birchwood Road, Duluth
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 14
ASSETS: $24,184
LIABILITIES: $37,186

DEBTOR: Jeffrey Lynn Shady
ADDRESS: 806 Birch St., Cloquet
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 15
ASSETS: $92,739
LIABILITIES: $82,016

DEBTOR: Julie Anne Lohman
JOINT DEBTOR: Lance James Lohman
ADDRESS: 418 W. 33rd St., Hibbing
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 17
ASSETS: $136,272
LIABILITIES: $150,227

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DEBTOR: Neil Thomas Dotzler, asf Heavy Inc., dba Purple Doors
ADDRESS: 42621 Eagle St., Aitkin
CHAPTER: 7
DATE FILED: June 17
ASSETS: $22,113
LIABILITIES: $26,980

DEBTOR: Cynthia Ann Parsons, aka Cyndee Parsons
ADDRESS: 6052 S. Pike Lake Road, Duluth
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 17
ASSETS: $477,197
LIABILITIES: $154,410.45

DEBTOR: Joseph A. Hiller
JOINT DEBTOR: Leah M. Hiller, fdba Wildlife Liquor
ADDRESS: 320 E. Harvey St., Ely
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 22
ASSETS: $157,060.53
LIABILITIES: $299,521.05

DEBTOR: Jason T. Reynolds
ADDRESS: 4148 Meadow Parkway Apt. H, Duluth
CHAPTER: 13
DATE FILED: June 22
ASSETS: $58,070
LIABILITIES: $130,405.04

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