Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

Land Transactions/Public Salaries

May 21, 2012

Land Transfers 5/21/12

CENTERVILLE — George Stuart Lynch and Lois Lynch conveyed to George Stuart Lynch trust land in Wells Township May 11.

Gordie Long conveyed to Michael Lynch land in Cincinnati May 11.

Frank P. Reznicek conveyed to Grow Centerville land in Centerville May 11.

Brian H. Lindberg and Barbara A. Lindberg conveyed to KBK LLC land in Wells Township May 11.

David J. Zelenka and Janell A. Zelenka conveyed to Renee Barbaglia land in Walnut Township May 11.

David Zelenka and Janell Zelenka conveyed to Randy W. Malloy and Nancy C. Malloy land in Walnut Township May 11.

Eugene K. Daniels executor and Evelyn Eldora Daniels estate conveyed to Lawrence J. Daniels land in Taylor Township May 14.

Eugene K. Daniels executor and Evelyn Eldora Daniels estate conveyed to Eugene K. Daniels land in Douglas Township May 14.

Eugene K. Daniels executor and Evelyn Eldora Daniels estate conveyed to Kevin D. Daniels land in Wells Township May 14.

Ben Dawson and Betty Dawson conveyed to Carl M. Adams and Tawnya M. Adams land in Centerville May 14.

Myron A. Rapp trustee and trust conveyed to his revocable living trust land in Lincoln Township May 14.

Nicholas G. Hindley conveyed to Ila Clydene Hindley land in Vermillion Township May 14.

Nicholas G. Hindley executor and Ila Clydene Hindley estate conveyed to DG Howe Enterprises LLC land in Vermillion Township May 14.

Tisha R. Shepard conveyed to herself land in Bellair and Independence townships May 15.

Federal National Mortgage Association conveyed to David Proffitt and Cathy Proffitt land in Centerville May 15.

Eugene L. Aldrich and Lillian K. Aldrich conveyed to Anthony P. Ryan and Michelle R. Ryan land in Vermillion Township May 16.

Kenneth Leo Stevens and Velma M. Stevens conveyed to Kenneth Leo Stevens revocable trust 1/2 interest and Velma M. Stevens revocable trust 1/2 interest land in Bellair Township May 16.

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