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Keehn running for register of deeds

Candidate lives in village of Fremont


Mary B. Keehn has announced her candidacy for the office of Waupaca County register of deeds.

She filed her Declaration of Candidacy papers with the Waupaca County clerk on Thursday, April 11.

“I am running for this position to bring a refreshing, positive energy to the office, making an impact not only on the register of deeds office, but on the county as well,” Keehan said in a press release.

“Customer service will be top priority. I have the experience, knowledge, and determination to execute the many responsibilities, duties and challenges of the register of deeds in a respectful and professional manner.

“I will remain vigilant in implementing statutory changes, technological advancements, and invest in staff development to assure a high level of timely service for our citizens,” she added.

Keehn has worked in the Outagamie County register of deeds office for 11 years, including more than seven as the deputy register of deeds.

“I have been trained in all aspects of the office and am responsible for performing the duties of the register in her absence. Having held real estate related positions for over 30 years,” Keehn said. “I have an extensive background in the reviewing, recording and searching of land records. As a licensed title examiner, I searched multiple register of deeds offices, including Waupaca County, for both local and national title companies.”

Keehn said she is also familiar with the state title records office policies and procedures for issuing vital records and holds a Wisconsin real estate license and multiple certificates in supervising, leadership and management.

Keehn has been a resident of the village of Fremont since 1976 when her family moved there to run a resort on the Wolf River.

“Having grown up in this close-knit village, I acquired a love for the community and its people, which made the decision to make Fremont my forever home, an easy one” Keehn said.

She is an active member of the Fremont Historical Society, Fremont Invaders Snowmobile Club and volunteering at events such as the American Legion chicken barbecue.

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