Assuming the last two lines of the sample are not shifted left on the real report I think you need Multi-Column Region functionality.
4 columns. 3 fields per column.
The three fields are
34567 12 762.52
which pattern repeats 4 times.
The fields to the left of the columns can be dealt with in an append template.
You may wish to sort the table and re-order the fields to get the output just as you posted.
Try it and see how far you get. There are extended options of you find it does not quite work as you need it to work.
Unfortunately, the last two lines for Linda Hills are shift to the left. /quote
How does anyone manage to read the original report? Perhaps they don't ...
Just Linda Hills or any record with multiple rows per person?
If there are multiple lines shifted are they always shifted by the same amount?
There are several ways to approach this but which is optimal may depend on how consistently this inconsistency has been programmed.
The simplest approach may be to re-create the report correcting the left shift using Monarch and exporting the result. You could then run the new version through another Monarch model applying the MCR feature.
It may be possible to use a variant method of applying the MCR functionality (double VooDoo technique) to arrive at the same end point all within one model. It all depends on how much of a challenge you want to undertake. (And the answers to the question of course ...)