Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

Land Transactions/Public Salaries

October 18, 2011

Land Transfers 10/18/11

CENTERVILLE — Juanita Frances Dooley conveyed to herself and Roy Lester Dooley, Alan Lee Dooley and Susan Jean Dooley McDanel land in Taylor and Douglas townships Oct. 11.

Kay Conrad Biggerstaff, Ronald G. Biggerstaff, Paula Conrad Hale and David E. Hale conveyed to Silas J. Wellington and Katina A. Wellington land in Chariton Township Oct. 11.

Appanoose County Sheriff conveyed to the Bank of the West land in Washington Township Oct. 12.

Donna J. Seddon conveyed to Bradley M. Nicoletto and Jessi R. Spencer Nicoletto land in Moravia Oct. 12.

Bradley M. Nicoletto and Jessi R. Spencer Nicoletto conveyed to Dean Tomlin and Wanda Tomlin land in Moravia Oct. 12.

Paul D. Vos trustee and living trust and Marjorie Vos living trust conveyed to Paul D. Vos trustee and marital trust land Lincoln Township Oct. 12.

Paul D. Vos trustee and living trust and Marjorie Vos living trust conveyed to Paul D. Vos trustee and marital trust one half interest and Marjorie Mae Vos family trust undivided one half interest land Walnut Township Oct. 12.

Kenneth V. Marshall and Christine Lynn Marshall conveyed to Jason Kenneth Marshall land in Pleasant Township Oct. 12.

Howard F. Samuell and Laura L. Samuell conveyed to Howard F. Samuell co trustee, Laura L. Samuell co trustee, Frank Samuell revocable trust and Laura Samuell revocable trust land in Pleasant Township Oct. 13.

Hopkins Sharon Brinegar conveyed to Dolores A. Watley trust land in Sharon Township Oct. 13.

Delores A. Watley trustee and trust conveyed to Louis William Cortesio and Carol A. Cortesio land in Sharon Township Oct. 13.

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