Sheboygan - Darlene Navis (1983- 2005)
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About Darlene: Darlene has been Sheboygan County's Register of Deeds since 1983. She is a graduate of Marquette University's Leadership Training Institute and holds a real estate brokers license. Darlene is past president of the WI Register of Deeds Association, past president of the WI County Constitutional Officers, and past president of the WI Association of County Officials. She is a recipient of the prestigious Outstanding County Constitutional Officer award. She serves on the Sheboygan County Land Records Information Committee, and chairs the Sheboygan County Legislative Breakfast forum. She is on the Board of Director for the Sheboygan County Historical Society, and chairs the Endowment Trust Committee.  Darlene enjoys spending time with her husband and three children at their cabin. She loves traveling and enjoys gardening, community activities, and snowmobiling.
Darlene Retire the beginning of 2006
About the Register of Deeds office The approximately two million recorded land records represent $6.2 billion dollars of real estate within the boundaries of Sheboygan County. Like most register of deeds, due to low interest rates we had a record setting year for recording in 2003. A new document management program was implemented called I-Document XF which allows real estate documents to be searched over the internet immediately following receipt. We offer Laredo and Tapestry online services for searching real estate records 24 hours, seven days a week.

Dates to remember:

  • Computer Index 1992 forward
  • Computer Tracting July 18, 1996 forward
  • Imaging 1992 forward
Sheboygan County Register of Deeds website

About Sheboygan County:  Located on the shores of Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Green Bay, Sheboygan County has a growing population of 114,800 residents. The county has 3 cities, 10 villages and 16 townships and encompasses approximately 530 square miles. It is the home of several large manufacturing centers and agricultural industries. Tourism is growing rapidly. Blue Harbor, a 40,000 sq ft indoor waterpark, opens in June. In 2004 the PGA golf tournament will be held in August 9 through 15th at Whistling Straits golf course. A five-star hotel, many first class accommodations, award winning golf courses, Road America racing, and top rated cultural attractions such as performance theater, art centers, museums, weekend festivals and Lake Michigan fishing are just some of the attractions. And don't forget, Sheboygan County is the home of the World Famous Johnsonville Bratwurst.

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