County Recorder Ross Selects Hanby as Chief Deputy Recorder

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FLORENCE – Pinal County Recorder Virginia Ross has selected Gary Hanby to serve as Chief Deputy Recorder.  Hanby will begin his new position on January 22.  In the meantime, he is relocating his family to accept this position.

Hanby has served in a similar position at the Coconino County Recorder’s office.  He began working for Coconino County in 1991 and has seen that county through the process of converting from microfilm to digital recording of documents.

The Recorder’s office is responsible keeping safe and accurate documentation of deeds, liens and other official documents pertaining to properties, contracts and more.  The County Recorder also maintains and processes accurate voter registration data.

Hanby earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Northern Arizona University and in 2007 received the credential of Certified Elections and Voter Registration Administrator (CERA) from Auburn University.

Coconino County is one of three counties in which the Recorder also oversees the conduct of elections.  The Pinal County Board of Supervisors voted January 9 to move the Elections Department from the County Manager’s reporting structure to the County Recorder.

“I am confident that the people of Pinal County will be well served by Mr. Hanby’s expertise and my commitment to excellent customer service and accuracy,” Recorder Virginia Ross said.

The Pinal County Recorder’s Office is headquartered in Florence with service locations in Apache Junction and Casa Grande.  See http://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/Recorder/Pages/OfficeLocations.aspx locations and hours.

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