Crawford County
Janet L. Geisler
Janet L. Geisler
Since:
January 1997 
225 N Beaumont Rd
Prairie du Chien WI 53821
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30 - open over the lunch hour
Phone:
608-326-0201
Fax:
608-326-0213
Services:

Personnel; financial; health, life and workman’s comp insurance; issue licenses for Marriages, DNR, temporary license plates and dog licenses; update County’s website; act as a provider for 19 municipalities for SVRS (Statewide Voter Registration System)

Education:

- Certificate of Professional Development, UW-Green Bay
- Public Management Essentials, UW-Green Bay
- Master County Clerk, UW-Green Bay

Previous Work Experience:

Began working for Crawford County in 1979; Deputy Clerk for 9 years before being elected to office.

Other & Personal:

Married to Mike with two children: Cory (Beth) and Amy (Matt), one granddaughter, Laura Lee, and one step grandson, Jonah.
Just celebrated our 41th Anniversary.

 

*Chair - WCCA District 5
*Chair - Nominating Committee
*Chair - Vital Records Committee
*Past President of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association

 

County Information:

Prairie du Chien is the second oldest city in the State of Wisconsin.  Historic sites within the City are the Villa Louis Mansion and Fort Crawford Museum. 

County Population:
16,644
Cities:
1
Towns:
11
Villages:
10
Columbia County
Susan M. Moll
Susan M. Moll
Since:
January 2007 
400 DeWitt St.
Portage WI 53901
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30 - Open through the noon hour
Phone:
608-742-9654
Fax:
608-742-9602
Services:
The Columbia County Clerk’s Office issues marriage and domestic partner licenses; Administers the dog license fund, dog claims, and provides tags/forms to local municipal treasurers; Wood cutting requests; and Maintenance checks for veteran’s graves. The County Clerk is the Administrative Coordinator for Columbia County as well as the official clerk to the Columbia County Board of Supervisors. Responsibilities include preparation and noticing of all committee and board meeting agendas/minutes; Board of Proceedings; County Directory; Committee appointments. All County Board minutes, original resolutions and ordinances are filed in the Clerk’s Office. Additional duties include records management, historic preservation and maintenance of county documents; Overseeing property and liability insurance coverage and filing claims. The Columbia County Clerk is the chief election official for Columbia County. The Clerk’s Office conducts all federal, state, county, local and school elections, in coordination with the state, municipalities and school districts, to insure that the State Statutes governing elections are carried through. The Columbia County Clerk’s Office is responsible for programming elections, publishing legal notices, preparing ballots and other election materials, tabulating results and ensuring the accuracy of all County-wide elections. Columbia County utilizes the Statewide Voter Registration System (WisVote), a voter database system which enables the State of Wisconsin to comply with the Help America Vote Act (HAVA). The County Clerk’s Office provides WisVote service to 27 Columbia County municipalities. This office is also the “Information Hub” for county departments and the public. Services to the public include the issuance of DNR licenses; DMV auto title transfers and new license plates, temporary plates and renewal stickers.
 
Education:
Associate Degree in Supervisory Management; UW-Green Bay WCCA Certificate of Public Management Essentials; UW-Green Bay WCCA Certificate of Professional Development; WEC Certified Clerk-Trainer for Baseline Chief Inspector Training
 
Previous Work Experience:
Office experience in UW-Extension and Insurance
 
Other & Personal:
In my “spare time” I like to go horse riding, kayaking, biking, snowshoeing, hiking/long walks, gardening, photography, and reading a good book. I value my time spent with our four children, family and friends on our great adventures. My husband and I enjoy “life on the farm” taking care of the chickens, cows, horses (and one donkey); sporting events; and weekend getaways up north.

*Chair - WCCA District 1

County Information:
Columbia County was organized in 1846, by some of the first settlers who had purchased land nearly ten years before, in an area where Poynette now stands.  Villages had been sprouting up at Columbus, Dekorra, and Wyocena, each of which wished to become the county seat.  But it was Fort Winnebago (Portage) that was eventually chosen.   
The County’s early growth came at a time of poverty and political disturbance in Europe.  Although the majority of its settlers were from New York, Ohio, and New England, others came from overseas.  Among them were citizens of Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Norwegian, and German heritage. 
 
The first railroad was built across Columbia County in 1857.  Other lines followed, making Portage an important railroad center. Soon state roads, and eventually interstate highways crisscrossed the county.  With its abundant waterways, Columbia County steadily developed into the region’s agricultural, industrial, and travel hub we know today. 
 
There are in excess of 13 historical markers located throughout the Columbia County territory. The Ice Age National and State Scenic Trail is one of eight Congressionally designated National Scenic trails located throughout the United States. The Indian Agency House is located just outside of the City of Portage.  Columbia County is the home of Pulitzer Prizing winning author Zona Gale, author and educator Fredrick Jackson Turner, and renowned environmentalist John Muir. The Merrimac Ferry is the lone survivor of upwards of 500 ferries chartered by territorial and state legislatures before the turn of the century. 
 
In addition to the Wisconsin Dells tourism attraction, Columbia County has 56 lakes, 56 miles of Wisconsin River, 49 miles of trout streams, 180 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, 20 miles of hiking trails, 165 miles of biking trails, 6+ golf courses, Cascade Mountain Ski Resort, many campgrounds, plus fine dining & spirits establishments. 
 
County Population:
56,795
Cities:
4
Towns:
21
Villages:
10
Clark County
Christina M Jensen
Christina M Jensen
Since:
January 2001 
517 Court Street
Neillsville WI 54456
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30 - Open through the noon hour
Phone:
715-743-5148
Fax:
715-743-5154
Services:

My mission is to provide quality service to the citizens, county board, municipalities and departments as provided in Chapter 59 of the Wisconsin State Statues. My general duties include Marriage Licenses, Election Administration, Secretary to County Board, Property & Liability Insurance, Dog Licenses, Wood cutting notices, Property tax apportionment, and maintaining the county website.

Education:

Associate Degree in Accounting – Certificate of Professional Development from UW Green Bay, Certificate of Public Management Essentials from UW Green Bay.

Previous Work Experience:

Employed with Clark County since 1996.

Other & Personal:

Member of the WI County Clerks Association, WI County Constitutional Officers, Clark County Emergency Management Assessment Team, WI Bear Hunters Association, National Wild Turkey Federation, Tavern League of WI, Clark County Tavern League, Quad County ATV Club, and the Clark County Chamber of Commerce. I am a life-long resident of the Clark County area. I enjoy being in the outdoors, hunting, flower gardening and snowmobiling. I also enjoy spending time with my family.

County Information:

Located in the heart of Wisconsin and nestled in the beautiful moraines, Clark County's rustic roads, grazing cows, forests, lakes, parks, historic sites, residential communities and outstanding businesses and industry make it a GREAT place for a weekend vacation spot, year round get-away or for many, a place to call home. 

 

Recreation in Clark County includes: hunting, biking, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, ATV riding, hiking, snowmobiling, horseback riding, golfing and camping.    Dairy farming is a major industry and Clark County has become home to many Amish and Mennonite families.   We are proud of The Highground, a Veterans Memorial Park encompassing 140 acres, located west of Neillsville.
 
You can also find more information about Clark County by logging into these websites:
County Population:
34,690
Cities:
8
Towns:
33
Villages:
5
Chippewa County
Jaclyn Sadler
Since:
June 2017
711 N Bridge St
Chippewa Falls WI 54729
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
715-726-7985
Fax:
715-726-7987
Services:

Administrative duties for the County Board, marriage licenses, passports, DNR Licensing, Work Permits, Administer Elections, Timber Cutting Permits

Biography:

Jaclyn brings over 15 years of customer service and account management experience to Chippewa County. She has worked at D. Mark Group, dba Manpower, since 2005 as a Client Relations Leader. She has also worked for Halfmoon Seminars, LLC for five years planning continuing legal education seminars. In addition, Jaclyn has been involved in leadership roles with several non-profit organizations.

 

Jaclyn earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire in Organizational Communications and Women’s Studies in 2003. While at UWEC she received the Helen X Sampson Award for a reader’s theater she researched, wrote, directed and narrated based on the diaries and letters of the Schlegelmilch-Barland women.

 

Throughout her career Jaclyn has demonstrated great leadership and communication skills. She has developed and executed strategic recruiting plans while managing multiple client accounts. Jaclyn has supervised over 200 employees at a manufacturing site.

 

Jaclyn prides herself on helping the residents and companies of Chippewa County succeed in the ever-changing world of work.

County Information:

Home of Leinenkugel Brewery, Premium Waters, & Cray Super Computers, Historic Main Street 

County Population:
62,415
Cities:
4
Towns:
23
Villages:
4
Calumet County
Beth A Hauser
Since:
January 2001 
206 Court Street
Chilton WI 53014
Hours:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
920-849-1458
Fax:
920-849-1469
Services:

Secretary to County Board; Elections Administration; Issue marriage licenses, DMV temporary plates, DNR hunting and fishing licenses, boat launch passes for 3 harbors in Calumet County; sell plat books and wall maps; mailroom for incoming/outgoing mail and UPS services.

Education:

Associate’s Degree in Supervisory Management

Previous Work Experience:

3.5 years as Small Claims Clerk in Clerk of Circuit Court Office; 7 years as legal secretary/title searcher at a local law firm

Other & Personal:

* Treasurer - Wisconsin County Clerks Association - 2011-2016

County Information:

Calumet County was organized in 1836 under the laws of Wisconsin Territory.  In 1840, Calumet County's territory was declared non-existent and it reverted back to Brown County. It was re-established in 1842 when the Act declaring Calumet County non-existent was rescinded.

Calumet County derived its name from a Menominee Indian Village lying on the east shore of Lake Winnebago.  The name means "peace" and signifies the Indian Pipe of Peace.  Traces of prehistoric Indian mound builders can be found today as evidence of their earlier occupation.

The county seat, originally located in Stockbridge, was moved to Chilton in 1856.  The county's economy was based on agriculture and later on manufacturing.  In 1839, Congress granted the Brothertown Indians rights of citizenship and in 1843 the Stockbridge Indians received similar recognition.

Records show that the first County Board meeting was held in 1851.  The first courthouse and jail in the City of Chilton was a wooden structure built circa 1860 at the present site. 

County Population:
51,669
Cities:
7
Towns:
9
Villages:
5
Burnett County
Wanda R. Hinrichs
Since:
January 2005
7410 County Rd. K
#105
Siren WI 54872
Hours:
8:30 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
715-349-2173
Fax:
715-349-2169
Services:

Election management, passport pictures, central purchasing and building printing, some accounts payable, marriage licenses, asset inventory and management, all agendas and most committee minute taking, county board support, property and liability insurances, ups, fed-ex and all postal duties, county car hub, county directory.

Education:

High School Diploma

Previous Work Experience:

Restaurant Owner and worker, Thirteen years in the Newspaper business – everything from typist, add layout to General Manager, Government Center employee for 6 ½ years in Extension and County Clerk office before becoming Clerk.

Other & Personal:

Four children, one granddaughter Brynn, watch all sports, play volleyball and outdoor recreation including summer and winter fishing, deer and bird hunting, snowboarding, snowmobiling, hiking, swimming, gardening and flowers and cooking.

County Information:

Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Forte Folle Avoine, 508 lakes in the county, World Championship Snowmobile Watercross.

County Population:
15,457
Towns:
21
Villages:
3
Buffalo County
Roxann M Halverson
Roxann M Halverson
Since:
January 2005 
407 S 2nd St
PO Box 58
Alma WI 54610
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
608-685-6209
Fax:
608-685-6284
Services:

County Board Secretary, Farmland Preservation Applications, DNR License, DOT temp. plates, SVRS for 22 municipalities, Elections, Marriage License, Central Office Supply, Central Courthouse Mail, and Record Keeper for Committee Agendas, Minutes and Property.

Previous Work Experience:

Hartman & Duvall Law Office (this law firm is also the County Attorney and District Attorney).

Other & Personal:

I have been married for 15 ½ years. I have 5 children ages 14 to 6. My husband and I run a black angus beef cow/calf operation. I love to camp, fish, 4-wheel, and bow hunt. I also coach my children’s soccer teams during the summer.

County Information:

Buffalo County is nestled along the Mississippi River.  We are bordered by 3 rivers, the Mississippi on the South and East, the Trempealeau on the lower East and the Chippewa on the West.  Wildlife and agriculture are abundant in our County.  You will see views of majestic bluffs rising from the Mississippi River and an abundance of beautiful wildlife when you come to Buffalo County for a visit. 

County Population:
13,587
Cities:
4
Towns:
17
Villages:
2
Brown County
Sandra L. Juno
Sandra L. Juno
Since:
January 2013
305 E Walnut St
P.O. Box 23600 
Green Bay WI 54305-3600
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
(920) 448-4016
Fax:
(920) 448-4021
Services:

The purpose of the Brown County Clerk is to perform services for the public, including conducting elections, issuing and the distribution of Federal, state and county licenses and permits, publish annually the Brown County Directory, and supports the County’s government information line. The County Clerk also serves the County Board by assuring completion of necessary support functions. The County Clerk is responsible for conducting county, state, and national elections to include: publishing of legal notices; filing of nomination papers; coding, printing, and distributing ballots; tabulating and releasing election results; and storing and maintaining election records, supplies, and ballots. The County Clerk’s Office acts as an agent for the Department of State accepting applications for U.S. passports. Marriage licenses are issued to include obtaining confidential information, and the collection and payment of funds as necessary. Dog licenses are received and distributed to municipalities, as an agent of the state, to include the distribution of forms and the generation of reports. The County Clerk’s Office also issues golf passes and certificates for the Brown County Golf Course; issues boat launch permits and work permits for minors; and issues emergency alarm permits. In addition, the County Clerk serves the County Board by recording and publishing the County Board proceedings, assuring compliance with open meeting and record laws, and maintains files of legal papers and other documents. The Clerk’s Office provides numerous other auxiliary services, as required by law, to all constituencies internal and external to Brown County including annual payments for the upkeep of Veterans’ Graves to Cemetery Associations. The County Clerk's Office is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. However, many licenses and permits may require up to 30 minutes to process. Therefore, customers must be at the County Clerk's Office no later than 4 p.m. in order to allow enough time to conduct business.

Education:

BA, Communications, St. Norbert College

Previous Work Experience:

Chief Deputy County Clerk, Brown County 1998- present

Executive Secretary, Brown County Executive, 1995-1998

Administrator, Career Services, St. Norbert College, 1989-1995

Market Analyst, Nielsen Marketing, 1975-1989

Other & Personal:

Husband – Charles J. Juno, Ph.D.

Children – Sara A. Frisque, and husband Joe P. Frisque

            Grandchildren – Brayden J. Frisque and Logan S. Frisque

                 Lara J. Van Straten

                        Grandchildren - Ayanna L. Fleming and Daquan Q. Young

 

Interests – history, genealogy, traveling

Hobbies – reading, writing, antiquing

 

*Chair - Legislative Committee

 

County Information:

Brown County is rich in history, industry, agriculture, entertainment, and much more. 

County Population:
226,778
Cities:
2
Towns:
13
Villages:
9
Bayfield County
Scott S. Fibert
Since:
January 2005
117 E 5th St
Washburn WI 54891
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Phone:
715-373-6100
Fax:
715-373-6153
Services:

Elections - including Statewide Voter Registration System (WisVote) services for 24 municipalities; County Board services; Marriage licenses; Accounting services - including payroll, accounts payable, and fixed assets; Tax apportionment worksheets; County fleet gas system; County phone system; General hub of county activity.

Education:

Associates Degree – Accounting

Previous Work Experience:

8 years in County Clerk’s Office

Other & Personal:

Married for over 25 years to my wife, Erica; Two lovely daughters, Chelsea, a graduate of the UW-Eau Claire, and Kierstyn, attending college at present; I also enjoy running, golfing and other outdoor activities.

 

*Vice-chair - Mentor/Manual Committee
County Information:

Home of: Apple Festival, Bayfield; Birkebeiner, Cable; Firehouse 50 bike race, Grand View; The Apostle Islands, Ferry to Madeline Island, Bayfield; Blueberry Festival, Iron River. 

County Population:
15,014
Cities:
2
Towns:
25
Villages:
1 (Plus 1 Tribe: Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa)
Barron County
DeeAnn M Cook
DeeAnn M Cook
Since:
2005 
335 East Monroe Avenue
Barron WI 54812
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
715-537-6200
Fax:
715-537-6820
Services:

Election Administration, County Board Support, Marriage Licenses, Domestic Partnerships, Timber Cutting Permits, Dog Licensing, County Directory and all other statutory duties.

 

Closed state legal holidays  

Education:

UW River Falls (3 semesters) plus several technology related courses through WITC; Certificate of Professional Development and Certificate in Public Management Essentials from UW-Green Bay; Certified as Municipal Clerk Core Trainer and Chief Election Inspector Trainer through GAB.

Previous Work Experience:

Barron County Clerk of Courts, Rice Lake High School, Chronotype Publishing Company

Other & Personal:

Married college sweetheart in 1979. We have 2 adult children and have gained a son-in-law and daughter-in-law. We are now enjoying our 5 grandchildren. Active in church and community. Hobbies include camping, 4 wheeling and garage sales.

County Information:

Visitors will find fabulous lakes and abundant camping and resorts in Barron County.  Hunting and fishing attract many tourists to the area. 

County Population:
45,925 
Cities:
4
Towns:
25 
Villages:
7

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