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La Crosse County real estate transfers for Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017

La Crosse County real estate transfers for Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017

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The following are real estate transfers filed in La Crosse County. By law, some transfers are exempt from transfer fees; these properties are listed without prices.

CITY OF LA CROSSE

Primestar Fund II Trs Inc. to Amy and Brad Olson, 1016 26th St. S., $65,625.

Corrie Brague to Andrew Laack and Elizabeth Rand, 2219 Mississippi St., $191,500.

Linda Olson to Andrew and Christina Patton, 1230 Charles St., $62,900.

LLJCS Johnson LLC to Lorri Fielding, 1533 Johnson St. and 1018 16th St. S., $180,000.

Amanda and Brandon Meyer to Michaela Smith, 410 21st St. S., $108,000.

Donna Thomas to Scott Phelps, 3412 East Ave. S., $112,000.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 2908 Fairchild St. E.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 1719 Liberty St.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 1736 Ferry St.

Kathleen Schneider Estate to Camie Schneider, 1814 31st St. S.

Phillips Fencing to BLP Holdings LLC, 2726 Larson St., $450,710.

Jennifer and Kael Clemmerson and Sheriff La Crosse County to Babb Real Estate LLC, 3016 Ward Ave., $55,400

Debra Johnson and Beth Schams to James Jones, 2153 Diagonal Road, $73,500.

David Smiezek to Amanda and James Smiezek, 2417 Sunrise Drive.

Karla and William Lubinski to Mary and Michael Freybler, 428 Gillette St., $162,000.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 1626 and 1628 Avon St.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 1511 Fifth Ave. S.

South La Crosse Partners Ltd. Partnership to Southside Investments of La Crosse LLC, 4300, 4305, 4320, 4325, 4345, 4350, 4365, 4380, 4385, 4410 and 4415 Fireclay Court, $2,800,000.

Doris Roesler Estate to Mark McHenry, 3028 25th St. S. and 2813 Hass St., $108,000.

Marferwall Properties LLC to Tippetts Rentals LLC, 210 Avon St., $445,000.

Mark and Perianne Olson to John Hricinak, 1708 Johnson St.

Breann Pedretti to Joshua and Stephanie Hein, 1625 Loomis St., $115,000.

Lisa Desmond to Grant Mayer, 919 25th St. S., $98,000.

Donald and Susan Revocable Family Trust to Kelly and Matthew Diehl, 1244 Denton St., $132,000.

Alan and Pamela Seelow Trust to Amy Stafsliem, 1916 Strong Ave., $85,000.

CITY OF ONALASKA

Quoc Nguyen to Jessica and Marcus Peters, 1206 Greenridge Drive, $245,000.

Traditional Trades Inc. to Frank and Lois Holper, 1155 Oak Timber Drive, $336,380.

Traditional Trades Inc. to Michitaka Kawata and Emiko Nomoto, 1165 Oak Timber Drive, $333,600.

David Smiezek to Amanda and James Smiezek, 808 Juline Way.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 812 Park Ave.

Karl Schilling to Property Logic LLC, 316 Green St.

William Breidel to Anthony Moua, 502 Ninth Ave. S., $143,000.

HOLMEN

Branden Paul to Kristin and Zachary Rueckheim, $185,000.

JKC Construction LLC to Kathleen, Nathan and Philip Doescher, $253,770.

Jeffrey Dikeman to Maria and Samuel Kube, $219,000.

ROCKLAND

Village of Rockland to John and Rosemary Kozelka.

WEST SALEM

Diane Kirkeeng and Dona Leis to Bradley Bruemmer, $205,000.

Leatta Danielson, James, Keith and Paul Gilbertson, Jan Stancil and Debra Stello to Molly Arentz, $115,000.

TOWN OF CAMPBELL

Erica and Jeremy Osley to Patrick and Deborah Gantert Joint Revocable Trust, $165,000.

TOWN OF FARMINGTON

Peter Mades to Dana and Donald Antal, $260,000.

TOWN OF HAMILTON

La Crosse County to Karlene and Mark Englerth.

Lori Miller to Chase Miller.

TOWN OF HOLLAND

Craig and Tami Yehle to Kimberly and Mark Yehle, $280,000.

TOWN OF MEDARY

Stonehill Development LLC to Caroline Moss, $28,900.

TOWN OF SHELBY

Edna Stove Estate to Megan and Thomas Helgeson, $153,500.

Orlando Marquez to Helen Olsen, $160,000.

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