Livingston’s Register of Deeds elected to statewide association post

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Brandon Denby

Livingston County Register of Deeds Brandon Denby was elected the 2nd Vice President of the Michigan Association of Register of Deeds at the Michigan Association of Register of Deeds’ recent 105th annual educational conference.

The conference, hosted by Berrien County Register of Deeds and current MARD President Paul DeYoung, Register of Deeds of Van Buren County. Registers representing 51 of Michigan’s 83 counties were in attendance at the conference.

“We are fortunate to have a 2nd vice president of Mr. Denby’s caliber, experience, and professionalism to represent our association,” said DeYoung. “He has demonstrated his leadership and attention to detail as the Register of Deeds of Livingston County.”

The other 2020 Officers elected at the conference are President Stewart Sanders, Newaygo County Register of Deeds; 1st Vice President Michelle Stevenson, Roscommon County Register/Clerk; Treasurer Karen Jackson, Isabella County Register; 3rd Vice President Ann Manning-Clayton, Gladwin County Register of Deeds; Immediate Past President Paul DeYoung, Van Buren County; and Secretary Amy Bissel, Benzie Register of Deeds.

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