Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

Land Transactions/Public Salaries

September 12, 2011

Land Transfers 09/12/11

APPANOOSE COUNTY — David Zelenka and Janell Zelenka conveyed to James Welch land in Moulton Sept. 1.

John M. Stansberry and Jean M. Stansberry conveyed to Randy Lynn Kirby land in Wells Township Sept. 1.

Sandy K. Cossolotto conveyed to Marie Gilkison land in Centerville Sept. 2.

Sandy K. Cossolotto executor, Carolyn S. Guzzi executor and Marie Gilkison estate conveyed to Paul Baker and Lisa Baker land in Centerville Sept. 2.

Christine L. Smith conveyed to Gregory Gardner and Linda D. Gardner land in Chariton Township Sept. 2.

William Andrew Burkland conveyed to Delores A. Burkland land in Moravia Sept. 6.

Delores A. Burkland conveyed to Dustin Brown and Amy Sue Brown land in Moravia Sept. 6.

Lois Arlene Kelley conveyed to herself land in Union and Udell townships Sept. 6.

Lois Arlene Kelley conveyed to Ronald G. Cervetti land in Union and Udell townships Sept. 6.

Jeanne Fowler estate and Clerk of District Court conveyed to Barbara Ann Lindberg, Sandra Jean Starcevich and Steve Harrington land in Unionville Sept. 6.

Larry G. Fenton conveyed to himself and Helen Marie Short land in Centerville Sept. 6.

Charles Richard Smith trustee, trust and successor trustee and June Irene Smith trust conveyed to Kristine J. Eyheralde land in Centerville Sept. 6.

The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington, D.C. conveyed to Roger Gillespie land in Vermilion Township Sept. 7.

Janice E. Thomas administrator and Corinne French estate conveyed to Charles Richard Smith trust land in Centerville Sept. 7.

Thomas C. Forth and Beverly J. Forth conveyed  to the Forth revocable family trust land in Centerville Sept. 7.

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