Walworth County
Kimberly S Bushey
Kimberly S Bushey
Since:
January 1997
100 West Walworth S
PO Box 1001
Elkhorn WI 53121 WI 53121
Hours:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm M-F
Phone:
262-741-4241
Fax:
262-741-4287
Services:

The Walworth County Clerk is the official record keeper for the Walworth County Board of Supervisors.  Other duties include: election administration, issuance of marriage licenses and hunting/fishing licenses and many other duties as prescribed by the Wisconsin Statutes.

Education:

She graduated from University of Wisconsin Stevens Point with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication. She has completed the United States Chamber of Commerce 6 year Institute for Organizational Management and is a Dale Carnegie graduate.

Previous Work Experience:

Prior to taking office, Kim had been the Vice President of Forward Janesville from 1992-1996. From 1984-1992 she was the Executive Director of the Elkhorn Chamber of Commerce, Elkhorn Development Company and Elkhorn Commercial Development Corp. In 1983-1984, Kim was the Executive Vice President of the Antigo Area Chamber of Commerce.

Other & Personal:

Kim is married and the proud mother of two. She is a current officer of the Wisconsin County Clerk’s Association, a member of the Elkhorn Kiwanis Club, the Republican Party of Walworth County and Sugar Creek Lutheran Church.

 

*Past President of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association

 

County Information:

There are many choices of entertainment and recreation activities in Walworth County that draw crowds of tourists.  The Walworth County Fair is one of the oldest and largest County Fairs in the Midwest, attracting more than 150,000 people annually.  Alpine Valley Music Theatre features big name music stars during the summer months.  The City of Lake Geneva has many stores and resorts catering specifically to tourists.  There are lakes, campgrounds, trails, ski hills and championship golf courses for the sports enthusiasts. 

County Population:
92,013
Cities:
4
Towns:
16
Villages:
8
Vilas County
David R Alleman
David R Alleman
Since:
January 2007
330 Court Street
Eagle River WI 54521
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:00 pm M-F
Phone:
715-479-3602
Fax:
715-479-3605
Services:

The Vilas County Clerk's Office issues the following licenses and permits to the public: Marriage Licenses, DNR Hunting & Fishing Licenses, Burning Permits and Wood Cutting Permits. In addition to the County Clerk, the Clerk's Office employs the following Staff: Deputy County Clerk/Payroll & Accounts Assistant; Administrative Assistant. The Vilas County Clerk also functions as the Administrative Coordinator of Vilas County.

Education:

High School Diploma

Previous Work Experience:

1972 - 1977 Allen-Bradley Co., Milwaukee, WI

1977 - 1982 Milwaukee County Parks & Recreation Dept., Milwaukee, WI

1982 – 2007 small business owner,  Vilas County, WI

Past Vilas County Board Supervisor - 9 years

Town of Washington Supervisor - 20 years

Other & Personal:

Married to Kathleen, 4 children

County Information:

Vilas County is home to over 1300 lakes, making the c ounty a premier tourist and resort destination.  The county is also a top non-motorized and motorized sports destination, and hosts a variety of hiking, biking, equestrian, ATV/UTV and snowmobile routes and trail systems.  Vilas County is governed by a 21 person County Board of Supervisors, each of whom are elected to serve a two year term of office.  The County Board oversees 27 departments, employing a county workforce of 230 individuals.

County Population:
21,000
Cities:
1
Towns:
14
Villages:
0
Vernon County
Ronald C Hoff
Ronald C Hoff
Since:
January 2003
Courthouse Annex
Rm 108
Viroqua WI 54665
Hours:
8:30 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
608-637-5380
Fax:
608-634-5556
Services:

The Vernon County Clerk's Office is the "Go To" office for the County Officials, Employees, and the Public. The office handles numerous questions and directs the public to proper offices.

 

Services include all County Financial duties: Payroll; Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable; compiles County Budget; Insurance; Official Record Keeper for County including County Board and Committee  Agendas and Minutes; disburse Tourism Literature for County; issues Marriage  Licenses; Dog Licenses; WisVote (Statewide Voter Registration System} for 27 of 33 Municipalities; and all Election Setup and Canvasses.

 

Education:

Short course U.W. Madison

Previous Work Experience:

Dairy Farmer and Land Developer, also served in the US Army.

Other & Personal:

I have 3 daughters and 7 grandchildren. I live on a farm and like to golf, follow baseball and the Packers. I'm very active in the Coon Valley Legion and Lion's Club; Vernon County Crime Stoppers; and Sons of Norway-Vang Lutheran Church.

 

County Information:

Vernon County has beautiful scenery with ridges and valleys, Snowflake Ski Hill, Grape Vineyards, and 3 Golf Courses.

 

County Population:
29,849
Cities:
3
Towns:
21
Villages:
9
Trempealeau County
Paul Syverson 
Paul Syverson 
Since:
January 1989
36245 Main Street
PO Box 67
Whitehall WI 54773
Hours:
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM thru noon
Phone:
715-538-2311 x201
Fax:
715-538-4210
Services:

Administrative Coordinator for the County. All County Financial duties including Payroll, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.  Administer the County Budget. Official Record Keeper for County including County Board and Committee agendas and minutes. Marriage Licenses, Hunting and Fishing Licenses and DMV Licensing.  Provider for 11 of 26 Municipalities in WisVote. Central Purchasing of Office Supplies and Postage, Mail Room, and Central Print Shop.  Coordinate Courthouse Tours.  Coordinate Youth Government Day .

 

Office closed only on 9 recognized Holidays (New Year’s Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, and Christmas Day) .

Education:

BS in Business Administration with Emphasis in Accounting – UW-La Crosse, CPD, PME,& MCC – UW-Green Bay

Previous Work Experience:

9 years as Accountant for Trempealeau County Highway Department, 3 years as Accounting clerk for Whitehall Packing Company, 6 years as Chef for the Green Meadow Supper Club

Other & Personal:
Member of Sanctuary Singers and the Blair Norwegian Folk Singers, President of the Fagernes Luthern  Church Congregation, Active with the American Cancer Society.  Avid sports fan (High School-Blair-Taylor Wildcats, College-Wisconsin Badgers & UW-LaCrosse Eagles, and Pros-Green Bay Packers).  Family includes three daughters: Megan, 9 years with the US Navy and now attending UW-Waukesha; Tricia & Jillian, both at Ashley Furniture; and one granddaughter, Kynzie Gale.  Hobby Farm with Geese, Chickens, Guineas and Cats. Also enjoy Gardening, Quilting and Mopeding.
 
*Chair - WCCA Education Committee
*Appointee to the Wisconsin Counties Association Taxation & Finance Steering Committee
*Past President of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association
County Information:

Located in West-Central Wisconsin, Trempealeau County lies within the driftless or nonglaciated area of Wisconsin (Great for Sightseeing). Home of Ashley Furniture, Gold’n Plump and the Nation’s Largest Connected Bicycle Loop System.  (Trempealeau County, Scenic Highlands and Rural Experiences)  Trempealeau is French for ‘the mountain that stands in the water’. 

County Population:
29,305
Cities:
6
Towns:
15
Villages:
5
Taylor County
Bruce P. Strama
Bruce P Strama
Since:
January 2001
224 South 2nd St
Medford WI 54451
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
715-748-1460
Fax:
715-748-1415
Services:

Finance, Payroll, Marriage License & Hunting License sales, cutting permits, issue and collect  dog license supplies and reports, process delinquent tax notices, issue quit claim deeds, elections.

 

Office also consists of Payroll & Benefits Administrator, Accountant and Deputy and ½ time Deputy Clerk.  Deputy Accountant and Payroll & Benefits Administrator are also deputized.

Education:

1 year college

Previous Work Experience:

Self Employed

Other & Personal:

Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Skiing, Snowmobiling and wood-work, gardening and yard-work.

 

 

County Information:

Large area of Chequamegon National Forest, County Forest along with excellent fishing. 

County Population:
20,049
Cities:
1
Towns:
22
Villages:
4
St. Croix County
Cindy Campbell
Cindy Campbell 
Since:
January 2003 
1101 Carmichael Road
Hudson WI 54016
Hours:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm M-F
Phone:
715/386-4610
Fax:
715/381-4400
Services:

Performs general administrative functions for the county; administers county, state, and national elections; maintains voter registration data for several municipalities in St. Croix County; issues marriage licenses, domestic partnership certificates and work permits; processes vehicle title transfer applications and issues temporary vehicle license plates; processes passport applications; records all County Board proceedings, and maintains adopted resolutions and ordinances; prepares agendas and takes minutes for certain committees and provides administrative assistance to the County Board; maintains dog license records; processes dog damage claims; compiles official county directory; and serves as a county general information source for the public.  

 

HOLIDAYS ST. CROIX COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES ARE CLOSED: New Year’s Day Martin Luther King Day President’s Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Friday after Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve Day Christmas Day

Education:

Administrative Assistant Technical College Diploma, Certificate of Professional Development.

Previous Work Experience:

Deputy County Clerk St. Croix County (4 years); Legal Assistant Bakke Norman Law Offices (11 years) - areas of law include collections/foreclosures, municipal law, business law, real estate and estate planning; St. Croix County Clerk since January 2003.

Other & Personal:

Life-long resident of St. Croix County. Married with two adult children and two grandchildren.

 

*Vice-chair - County Clerk Duties Committee

County Information:

Located on the northwestern border of the state, St. Croix County is a great place to start or end a trip through Wisconsin's vacationland. The last glacier reached into St. Croix County creating a unique landscape. The northern portion of the county has steep ridges, deep valleys and rolling countryside dotted with lakes, wetlands, woods, winding roads and picturesque farms and homes; while the southern part of the county has gently sloping hills with fast-flowing trout streams and pastoral settings.   

 

The beautiful St. Croix River forms the County's western boundary.  Camping is available at three parks: Willow River State Park; the Eau Galle Federal Recreation Area, the location of the world's largest earthen dam; and, Glen Hills County Park.  Additional county parks are the Troy Beach County Park and Homestead Parklands. St. Croix County's rivers include the Kinnickinnic River; tubing on the Apple River; canoeing on the upper St. Croix; and sailing, water skiing and boating on the lower St. Croix.    
 
St. Croix County also offers a variety of spectator sports and family fun events: stock car racing at Cedar Lake Speedway; cheese factory tours at Bass Lake and Cady; farmers' markets throughout the county; exploring Indian Mounds and beautiful views of the St. Croix from the highlands at Birkmose Park; hot-air ballooning; apple orchards; plays; concerts; art fairs; craft shows and more.  There are also several historical sites throughout St. Croix County. 
County Population:
85,735
Cities:
4
Towns:
21
Villages:
10
Sheboygan County
Jon Dolson
Jon Dolson
Since:
January 2013
508 New York Avenue 
Sheboygan WI 53081
Hours:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm M-F
Phone:
920-459-3003
Fax:
920-459-0304
Services:

Administrative duties for the County Board, marriage licenses, passports, elections administration, dog license program administration, timber cutting permits

Education:

Central Michigan University

Previous Work Experience:

Financial Advisor, Private Banking Officer and Small Business Owner

Other & Personal:

Family, sailing, beach, water, travel.

County Information:

Located on the Shores of Lake Michigan;  Beautiful Beaches; Incredible Charter Fishing; World Class Golf Courses – Whistling Straights, Black Wolf Run, and The Bull;  Road America Race Track;  5 Diamond Hotel – The American Club;   Blue Harbor Resort and indoor Water Park - Sheboygan; The Osthoff Resort – Elkhart Lake  

County Population:
115,362
Cities:
3
Towns:
15
Villages:
10
Shawano County
Pam Schmidt
Since:
September 2015
311 N. Main St.
Shawano WI 54166
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
(715) 526-9150
Fax:
(715) 524-5157
Services:

The County Clerk is a Constitutional Officer elected by the voters of Shawano County.  The County Clerk prepares the County Board agendas; serves as the official clerk to the County Board and records minutes of board proceedings.  The Clerk is also responsible for committee agendas and minutes for Standing Committees.  The County Clerk's Office is responsible for conducting Federal, State, and County elections which entails publishing legal notices, preparing and distributing ballots, training poll workers and chief inspectors, and maintaining voter registration lists; supervises and tallies the returns of each election, serves on the County Board of Canvass and certifies results to the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

The Clerk's Office issues a wide variety of licenses and permits including work permits, marriage licenses, hunting and fishing licenses, registering vehicles and issuing temporary license plates for the Division of Motor Vehicles.  This office also publishes the Shawano County official directory of public officials annually as well as the proceedings of the County Board of Supervisors.

Previous Work Experience:

Employed for Shawano County since January 1991 in the County Clerk's Office, Deputy County Clerk for 13 years prior to becoming County Clerk

Other & Personal:

Husband, Ron, and two daughters, Courtney and Miranda

County Information:

Shawano County, which was organized in 1853, was formed from areas of Oconto and Outagamie Counties.  When the county was first organized, the name was spelled Sha-wa-Nah-Pay-Sa which meant "lake of the south" in Menominee and Chippewa.  The spelling was changed in 1864 to its present Shawano.  Be sure to come and visit Shawano County and take in the beauty of Shawano Lake and the many parks as well as golf courses, casinos, race tracks, historic museums, recreation trails, and of course, check out the Barn Quilts! Shawano County is Wisconsin's Barn Quilt Capitol with well over 300 barn quilts to date!

County Population:
41,949
Cities:
2
Towns:
25
Villages:
11
Sawyer County
Carol Williamson
Since:
February 2016
10610 Main St., Suite 10
Hayward WI 54843
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:00 pm M-F
Phone:
715-634-4866
Fax:
715-634-3666
Services:

Coordination of county board functions, meetings, and proceedings, and state licenses.

County Population:
17,542
Cities:
1
Towns:
16
Villages:
4
Sauk County
Becky Evert
Since:
August 2015
505 Broadway
Room #144
Baraboo WI 53913
Hours:
8:00 am -4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
608-355-3523
Fax:
608-355-3522 
Services:

The Sauk County Clerk's Office issues marriage licenses and domestic partnerships; administers elections; serves as an SVRS provider for 23 municipalities; serves as secretary for county board meetings; and all duties required by State Statutes.

Previous Work Experience:

15 years with the Sauk County County Clerk's Office - most recently as Deputy County Clerk, Assistant County Clerk, prior to being appointed County Clerk.

 

Other & Personal:

I enjoy spending time with my husband, Aaron, and our 3 children, Kailey, Morgan and Conner. In my spare time I enjoy gardening and canning.

County Information:

Waterparks, Circus World Museum, International Crane Foundation and Al Ringling Theatre

County Population:
61,976
Cities:
3
Towns:
22
Villages:
14

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