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April 29, 2014

Property transfers

From records obtained from the Clinton County Recorder’s Office. Unless noted, property is located within the city of Clinton. The date indicated is the recorded date.

April 14

• FreedomBank to Robert A. Kohnert, 616 S. Ninth St., $37,000.

• MJ Newman, LLC, to Ryan M. and Carolyn M. Rector, 723 Ninth Ave. South, $37,5000.

• Jeremy M. and Kimberly K. Geiger to Ethan and Kayla Horner, 1300 Hiawatha Lane, Camanche, $127,000.

• Leo P. and Vici L. Johnson Trust dated Feb. 16, 1995, to Aaron L. Nelson and Gracie McConohy-Nelson, 424 23rd Place, $96,500.

April 15

• Petersen Properties, LLC, to Roeders Property Management, LLC, 742 Ninth Ave. South, $40,000.

• Kenneth C. and Joellyn M. Schawl to Jeremy M. and Kimberly K. Geiger, 1206 Third St., Camanche, $135,500.

• Resi H. Petersen aka Hildegard R. Petersen aka R. Hildegard Petersen to Eugene R. and Carol G. Machael, 502 Apple Valley Lane, $169,000.

• Clinton National Bank to Gregory and Marisa Totten, 251 Ruth Place, $112,000.

April 16

• Matthew Roth aka Matthew S. Roth to Eugene H. Welch, 4519 180th St., $304,000.

• Merrill D. Cosgrove to Lindsey A. Thornton, 601 Scenic Drive, $119,000.

• John L. and Robin L. Costello to Thomas and Karen Vander Heiden, 125th Avenue, Wheatland, $590,000.

• Barbara J. Brown Homestead Revocable Trust to Heather E. Dykstra, 1133 Eighth Ave. South, $76,900.

• Kim Geffers to Wallace Andrew Williams, 2617 N. Third St., $33,000.

April 17

• John H., John P. and Jill K. Schnack to Charles E. and Sandra Matthiesen, 2522-24 335th Ave., DeWitt, $30,000.

• Jermaine and Elizabeth A. Henderson to Daniel L. Pettengill and Kathryn E. Balster, 324 Fourth Ave. North, $80,000.

• Sue Ann Raaymakers to Beth A. Turner, 540 Orchard Court, $7,000.

April 21

• The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington, D.C., to Nicholas W. Gjerstad, 1707 N. Second St., $46,000.

• Sterling Federal Bank, F.S.B., to Jason and Amy Craft and James and Brenda Driscoll, 214 Fayette St. $32,000.

• John E. Brown Estate and Robert J. Brown to Dwight T. and Kristi M. Schroeder, 1748 442nd Ave., $141,000.

April 22

• Gateway State Bank to Liphardt Leasing & Property Management, LLC, 1516 Camanche Ave., $100,000.

• Chad O. and Elizabeth L. Macke to Brandon W. Haines and Sarah L. Gravert, 916 15th Ave. South, $86,000.

• Thomas L. Naughton to Theresa J. McCue, 1009 N. 12th St., $99,000.

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