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UWO Foundation buys chancellor's home

Intention is to make it long-term residence for Wells' successors

6:51 PM, Jan. 26, 2013
The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Foundation recently purchased the home of Chancellor Richard Wells and his wife, Christie, to ensure it's use as a residence for future chancellors.
The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Foundation recently purchased the home of Chancellor Richard Wells and his wife, Christie, to ensure it's use as a residence for future chancellors.
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The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Foundation has purchased Chancellor Richard Wells' Congress Avenue home "to ensure the institution has an inviting, strategically-located chancellor's home" near the campus.

Wells and his wife, Christie, purchased the home for $285,000 in 2001. The Oshkosh Assessor's Web site lists a current fair market value of $331,300 and an assessed value of $328,600. The Mid-Century Modern home, originally built for Alberta Kimball, has a current property tax payment of $8,030.

The price and terms of the purchase were not available Friday. ...

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