Following is a list of Lancaster County bankruptcies recorded in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Reading, Jan. 29-Feb. 4.
Doralene H. and Jonathan C. Govan, 700 block of Hamilton Street, Chapter 13.
Jennifer L. Rigard, 100 block of East Chestnut Street, Landisville, Chapter 7.
Darlene Y. Baker, first block of Park Lane, Holtwood, Chapter 7.
Caryn L. Yurejefcic, 2000 block of White Oak Road, Strasburg, chapter 7.
John Garns, 200 block of Colebrook Road, Elizabethtown, Chapter 13.
Pamela J. Pyle, first block of Dogwood Lane, Mountville, Chapter 7.
Elaine R. Wimer, 100 block of Elizabeth Street, Millersville, Chapter 13.
Steven R. and Carol E. Henson, first block of Cherokee Road, Willow Street, Chapter 13.
Maria DiSomma, 1800 block of Sturbridge Drive, Chapter 13.
Troy E. Noecker, 600 block of Bentley Ridge Boulevard, Chapter 7.
Heidi A. Noecker, first block of Stratford Village, Chapter 7.
Ray A. Trone, 800 block of Olde Hickory Road, Chapter 7.
Lisa J. Felder, 100 block of Foal Court, Chapter 7.
Sandra D. Otzel, 200 block of Lancaster Avenue, Strasburg, Chapter 7.
Timothy H. Paxson, 600 block of Pumping Station Road, Kirkwood, Chapter 7.
Tambria L. Bimler, 2000 block of Linden Street, East Petersburg, Chapter 7.
James C. Paxson, 600 block of Pumping Station Road, Kirkwood, Chapter 7.
Tami L. Galebach, 3800 block of Columbia Avenue, Mountville, Chapter 7.
Lois B. Carlisle, first block of Pfautz Court, Elizabethtown, Chapter 13.
Clarissa L. Barnes, 400 block of Washington Avenue, Ephrata, Chapter 7.
Suzanne Steppie, 100 block of Crystal Street, Chapter 7.
Jeffrey L. Lambert, 1100 block of Brunnerville Road, Lititz, Chapter 7.
Glenn E. III and Michele L. Bish, first block of Ashley Drive, Marietta, Chapter 13.
Ellen A. Weidman, first block of West Donegal Street, Mount Joy, Chapter 7.
Heather D. Fury, 100 block of North Hazel Street, Manheim, Chapter 7.
Under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, a debtor's assets are liquidated to pay creditors. Under Chapter 11, the debtor, often a company, reorganizes and may pay some creditors. Under Chapter 13, a debtor proposes a repayment plan.