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  • Terri Horman files for name change

    The ex-stepmon, the last person to see Kyron Horman before he vanished, would become Claire Stella Sullivan
  • The stepmother of Kyron Horman, the boy who disappeared from his Portland-area school four years ago, is in the process of changing her name, according to Douglas County court records.
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  • The stepmother of Kyron Horman, the boy who disappeared from his Portland-area school four years ago, is in the process of changing her name, according to Douglas County court records.
    Terri Lynn Moulton Horman, who was the last person known to have seen Kyron, filed a petition June 30 with the Douglas County Circuit Court to change her name to Claire Stella Sullivan. A hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 4.
    Terri Horman's lawyers did not immediately return phone calls seeking comment.
    Kyron mysteriously vanished the morning of June 4, 2010, from Skyline School just outside Portland, sparking a massive search effort by the Multnomah County Sheriff's Department.
    No arrests have been made in the case. Kyron was 7 years old at the time.
    His biological mother, Desiree Young, lives in Medford with her husband, Tony Young, a detective with the Medford Police Department.
    Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Henry Kantor finalized a divorce settlement between Kyron's biological father, Kaine Horman, and Terri Horman in 2013.
    In 2012, Desiree Young filed a lawsuit against Terri Horman, claiming she was responsible for Kyron's disappearance.
    However, in July 2013, she dropped the civil case after being told she could not proceed without access to the criminal investigative file and other documents that would not be made available until the investigation closed.
    As of last year, Terri Horman was living with her parents in Roseburg.
    Reach reporter Teresa Thomas at 541-776-4464 or tthomas@mailtribune.com.
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