Knox County divorces

May 14, 2014

Rockland — The following divorces were finalized in Sixth District Court during February and March.

Larrain L. Slaymaker and Samuel E. Slaymaker, both of Hope, married May 8, 1980, in Princeton, N.J.

Krystal D. Gamage of Thomaston and Byron H. Weatherbee of Owls Head, married July 23, 2011, in Northport.

Francis A. Philbrook of Vinalhaven and Carl F. Philbrook of Vinalhaven, married March 1, 1968, in Allston, Mass.

Dana P. Frederick of Portland and Samuel Q. Frederick of Warren, married Aug. 5, 2011, in Ft. Pierce, Fla.

Chuck Schooley of Warren and Charlene Schooley of Beals, married June 5, 2007, in Bath.

Jeffrey Gillman of Warren and Laura Brown-Gillman of Warren, married July 1, 1995, in Rockport.

Namara Hathaway of Belfast and Todd Hathaway of Rockland, married Dec. 29, 2008, in Rockland, parallel parental rights of one minor child.

Victoria L. Rytky of Warren and Sulo Rytky of Rockland, married Dec. 19, 1981, in Rockland.

Wendy L. Hall of Hope and David O. Hall of Rockland, married March 13, 2010, in Hope.

Madelene C. Royer of Rockland and Rodney E. Royer of Rockland, married Feb. 8, 2004 in Rockland.

Tristram Coburn, town unknown, and Karrie Coburn of Union, married Sept. 22, 2001, in Jamestown, N.Y. Shared parental rights of one minor child.

Comments (3)
Posted by: Ann M. Flagg | May 16, 2014 23:55

Susan, have you not read other papers? Divorces, court news, obituaries, all of it falls under public knowledge, she doesn't choose what to publish or not this is common practice.

Posted by: Karen A Cochran | May 15, 2014 07:42

Juliette is not responsible for any of the things you state.  This is public information, Freedom of the press, freedom to print public information is a cornerstone of a free society.  When you allow individuals like yourself to determine what information is available to others, you cease to have a free press and cease to have a free society.  In this country, you have the right to your opinion, and you have the right to not read what is published by this organization; you do not, however, have the right to decide what information can be discussed or printed in a free society simply because you find it distasteful.

Posted by: Susan Sinclair | May 15, 2014 06:20

Juliette, YOU are responsible for a lot of sadness in families' lives. YOU have a choice of whether to keep publishing painful, personal information. You choose to keep opening wounds. This information isn't useful to anyone. YOU cause suffering. YOU cause children to cry, again, as this information is broadcast to every stranger. YOU are responsible.

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