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October 5, 2011

Clinton County Property Transfers: Sept. 26 to 30, 2011

PLATTSBURGH — Here’s a list of land transactions in Clinton County Sept. 26 through 30, 2011. The buyer, the seller, the community where the property is located and the sale price (listed in that order) were culled from documents in the Clinton County Clerk’s Office:

To Denise Simard from Albert Simard and Joan Simard, and Denise Simard, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Georgia R. Tamer from Steven M. Ryan, Town of Plattsburgh, $8,000.

To The Bernadette G. Brown Irrevocable Trust, c/o Jeanne Pope, and Patricia Hackett, co-trustees, from The Estate of Bernadette G. Brown, who died on the 4th day of February, 2009, by Jeanne Pope and Patricia Hackett, co-executors, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

To Ashli N. Cromp from Rita T. Stangrover, life tenant, Faye E. Lawrence, and Gary I. Thornhill, Peru, $119,999.

To Luke J. Thew and Amanda A. LaFountain-Thew from Amanda A. LaFountain-Thew, fka Amanda Barnett, Chazy, zero dollars.

To Marcel L. Favreau from Steven P. Packwood and Jamie A. Foguth-Packwood, Champlain, $75,000.

To John Olson and Lynn A. Frenia, as joint tenants with right of survivorship, from Jill Howes, nka Jill Souliere, Black Brook, $2,000.

To Plattsburgh Wholesale Mobile Homes, Inc. from Green Tree Servicing, LLC, Champlain, $24,000.

To Glenn Allen Vanderveer Woythaler from Glenn Allen Vanderveer Woythaler, as executor of the Last Will and Testament of Walterlyn Vanderveer Woythaler, aka Walterlyn V. Woythaler, deceased, Peru, zero dollars.

To Elizabeth L. Cummings from Elizabeth L. Cummings, trustee of the “FRP” Revocable Trust (dated 10/3/97), Peru, zero dollars.

To Elizabeth L. Cummings from Elizabeth L. Cummings, trustee of the “FRP” Revocable Trust (dated 10/3/97), Peru, zero dollars.

To Linda Degen and Gregory Lawrence, as tenants in common, from Rebecca M. Lawrence, Peru, zero dollars.

To Kathleen G. Dupraw from Darin D. Dupraw and Kathleen G. Dupraw, Town of Plattsburgh, zero dollars.

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