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11:24 PM, Nov. 5, 2013  |  Comments
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Stewart Title receives awards

MARSHFIELD - Stewart Title has recently awarded Integrity Title with the Foundation of Excellence Award.

The award is given to title agencies that have completed 10 years without claims being filed against them. This accomplishment demonstrates the high standards of the team at Integrity Title in how business is conducted on a daily basis.

In addition, Integrity Title has been awarded the Heritage Award for 10 years of service to Stewart Title.

Integrity Title is central Wisconsin's premier title company, professionally serving the needs of homebuyers, sellers, lenders, builders and real estate associates. With offices in Marshfield, Greenwood, Neillsville and Colby the team can conveniently provide superior title insurance and closing services.

Integrity Title has been serving customers in Marshfield since 2002 and Greenwood since 2007. In 2011, Clark County Integrity Title was added, expanding services further into Clark County with the office in Neillsville.

MHC Foundation welcomes directors

MEDFORD - The Memorial Health Center Foundation welcomed three directors to its board: Luke Dixon, Bob Gibbons, and Lon Rundquist.

"On behalf of the Foundation Board, I would like to welcome Luke, Bob and Lon as new directors," says Kris O'Leary, Memorial Health Center Foundation chair. "We look forward to working with them, utilizing their skills, knowledge and commitment for the health and well-being of the communities we serve. We appreciate their willingness and enthusiasm to give back."

Luke Dixon is a real estate broker/owner with Dixon Greiner Realty LLC.

Bob Gibbons is enjoying his recent retirement, looking forward to more time spent golfing, hunting, and discussing current events and history.

Lon Rundquist, manager of Do It Best Hardware, recently returned to Medford with his wife, Linda. Rundquist is a member of the United Way of Taylor County board and is an ambassador with the Medford Area Chamber of Commerce.

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