The following actions were filed as mortgage foreclosures for alleged defaults on loans.
JP Morgan Chase Bank, c/o 10790 Rancho Bernardo Rd., San Diego, Calif., filed against George Tassone Jr., 56 Lindsay Mews, Albrightsville, over property at that address. Sought is $796,340.60 and continuing interest.
Wells Fargo Bank, c/o 3476 Stateview Blvd., Fort Mill, S.C., filed against Doris A. Runyo, 730 Oak Grove Drive, Lehighton, over property at that address. Sought is $169,757.75 and continuing interest.
Wells Fargo Bank filed against Harold W. and Barbara McNatt, 14 Carbon St., Weatherly, over property at that address. Sought is $94,866.16 and continuing interest.
Wells Fargo Bank filed against Donald S. Ferrara, 104 McKinley Circle, Effort, over property at 983 Sitting Wolf St., Albrightsville. Sought is $85,334.95 and continuing interest.
Federal National Mortgage Association, c/o 1453 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, Ore., filed against Terry Allen, 3 N. Chestnut St., Tresckow, over property at that address. Sought is $57,582.22 and continuing interest.
Bank of America, c/o 7105 Corporate Drive, Plano, Tex., filed against Timothy M. Andrew and Kimberly A. Andrew, aka, Kimberly A. Glassic, 231 S. Second St., Lehighton, over property at that address. Sought is $164,952.37 and continuing interest.
Bank of America filed against Jeffrey S. Leickel, parent and natural guardian of Avary LeBlanc, aka, a minor real owner, 14 N. Second St., Lehighton, and David LeBlanc, 214 N. Second St., Lehighton, and Danielle Sumrell, 160 S. Second St., Lehighton, and Anthony LeBlanc, 215 N. Second St., Lehighton, over property at 215 N. Second St. Sought is $143,841.14 and continuing interest.
The following actions were filed by credit card companies, or their collection agencies, for alleged defaults on credit card/loan accounts.
LVNV Funding, Greenville, S.C., filed against Ronald J. Montz, 42 Wetzel lane, Weatherly, seeking $5,316.86.
Citibank, Sioux Falls, S.D., filed against Debra A. Falco, 297 Mountain View, Jim Thorpe, seeking $4,099.69.
Bluestone Investments Inc., Bethlehem, filed against Joseph Penkala, 134 Westwood Drive, Lake Harmony, seeking $17,123.30.
Remit Corporation, Bloomsburg, filed two actions as follows: Joseph and Denise Michauskas, 117 Yellow Run Rd., Jim Thorpe, seeking $6,268.76; and Daryl Dottery, 2865 Little Gap Rd., Palmerton, seeking $5,800.10.
Discover Bank, New Castle, Del., filed against Laverne Miller, 562 Chapel Drive, Lehighton, seeking $7,930.09.
Razor Capital II, Bloomington, Minn., filed against Frank Hinkle, 431 Spring St., Jim Thorpe, seeking $2,445.57.
Midland Funding, San Diego, Calif., filed against Hubert Schmidt, 1 Broadway, Apt. 3D, Jim Thorpe, seeking $9,315.43.
Lori Buck, 2105 Summer Mountain Rd., Palmerton, filed against Daniel Buck, 620 Hickory Rd., Palmerton. They were married Nov. 1, 1991.
Donna Jones, 347 W. White Bear Drive, Summit Hill, filed against Ryan Jones, 10 N. Oak St., Summit Hill. They were married Nov. 18, 1995.
Albert J. Zetelski, 123 W. Catawissa St., Nesquehoning, filed against Tammy Lynn Zetelski, same address (last known address). They were married June 9, 2001.
Michael Gilliar, Box 705, Albrightsville, filed a civil action against Cedar Creek Real Estate Inc, dba, Cedar Creek Real Estate, and Dennis Gallagher, all of 198 Indian Trail, Jim Thorpe.
The suit states the plaintiff was a real estate agent for the defendants during a time frame detailed in the suit and later entered an agreement for one-half defendants' broker's commission.
The suit alleges commissions were not paid as required in agreement during a period outlined in the suit and the debt was acknowledged by Gallagher. Sought is $9,326.75 plus interest, costs and fees.
Austin James Associates Inc, Box U, Pocono Pines, filed a civil action against Mercury Hospitality LLC, and Lake Harmony Resorts, operator of the Pocono Inn, Box 809, SR940, Lake Harmony, and also of 300 Kimball St., Woodbridge, N.J.
The suit states the plaintiff is in the business providing environmental remediation, environmental consulting and engineering services.
The suit further states there was water line issues at the Pocono Inn and the plaintiff was contacted to assist. The suit further states the plaintiff made proposals to solve the problem which were accepted by the defendants' agent.
The work was done and a bill is owed and sought amounting to $23,180.94 plus interest, costs and fees, the suit charges.