Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA

Land Transactions/Public Salaries

September 4, 2012

Land Transfers 09/04/2012

APPANOOSE COUNTY — Patricia Gail Jones executor, Trish Norquist Jones executor, Jessie B. Kelley estate conveyed to Daniel Joseph Kelley, Patricia Gail Jones, Trish Norquist Jones, Michael Clark Kelley, Mary Hiatt Kelley life estate land in Centerville Aug. 22.

James A. Irelan and Ann Irelan conveyed to James A Irelan trust and trustee land in Centerville Aug. 22.

Harold E. Marvin, Clinta Jean Marvin, Brenda A. Pantle, John Pantle, Sandra H. Gardener Adams, Mark A. Rifenberry, Diane Rifenberry, Terry L. Wendland, Margaret Wendland, and Larry D. Wendland conveyed to Larry Marvin land in Moulton Aug. 22.

Lawrence E. Wilkinson and Vickie L. Wilkinson conveyed to David R. Howe land in Taylor Township Aug. 23.

Susan Mae Broshar conveyed to herself land in Centerville Aug. 24.

Susan Mae Broshar conveyed to William W. Belden Jr. and Debra L. Belden land in Cincinnati Aug. 24.

Jeanne M. Joiner trustee, Jeanne M. Joiner revocable trust conveyed to Thomas W. Wilson land in Plano Aug. 27.

George D. Mega conveyed to George D. Mega revocable trust land in Vermillion Township Aug. 27.

David Roy Stephens and Patricia Lynn Stephens conveyed to David Roy Stephens revocable trust and Patricia Lynn Stephens revocable trust land in Vermillion/Belair Township Aug. 27.

Mary Lou Roberts and Thomas C. Roberts conveyed to Keith Wensel land in Mystic Aug. 27.

Adair Holdings, LLC. conveyed to David A. Proffitt and Mary C. Proffitt land in Centerville Aug. 28.

Marie Mcmains, Marie Daugherty, Harold Daugherty conveyed to Karl D Johnson land in Vermillion Township Aug. 28.

Trinh Fridrych, Phung A Nguyen, Trinh Nguyen conveyed to Phung A. Nguyen and Trinh Fridrych land in Union Township Aug. 28.

Hawkeye Land Co conveyed to Chad Yates land in Washington Township  Aug. 28.

Compiled by Amy Kroeger/Daily Iowegian

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