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Michael: Michael was elected to the
Waupaca County Register of Deeds and took office January 2007.
Prior to becoming Register of Deeds he worked in the Land Title
Industry for 19 years and also worked 6 years in public relations for
the Iola Old Car show and the community of Iola.
Michael served as Wisconsin Register of Deeds Association in
2012 – 2013.
He has served on the Joint Alpha Committee, has
served on the legislative and new member committees.
Michael is very active in his community serving on
the Iola Living Assistance board, Iola Car Show board,
Secretary of the Iola Lions Club, Whitetail’s Unlimited
Board and local Township of Scandinavia Treasurer.
Michael and wife Brenda enjoy spending
quality time with their children Brittany and Megan.
They also enjoy their property in the Township of
Little Wolf near Manawa part of which was recognized a
About the Register of Deeds office: A
computerized tract index was implemented in 1992 and an imaging system
in 2000. The Register of Deeds undertook a project to migrate the
microfilmed images to digital and these are now completed through
1982. In 2004, the records from the older system were converted to a
newer TriMin system that offers Land Shark online access and the
ability to accept electronic recording. In 2011 a scanning project of
154,000 recorded documents was completed converting paper to
electronic images. The office of 3 full time including Mike and staff
have an extensive real estate and genealogy background.
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According to 2002 estimates, Waupaca County has a population of
52,622. Waupaca County was formed in 1851 from the counties of Brown
and Winnebago. The first established county seat was Mukwa, with the
county seat later being moved to the city of Waupaca where it
remains today. Logging was a major part of the early days in Waupaca
County with agriculture following closely behind. The first saw mill
was built in Mukwa in 1848. Waupaca County has seven active local
historical societies, and six communities in the county have a
chamber of commerce. For more information about Waupaca County,