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March 9, 2013

Real Estate Transactions 3-10-13

— The following are real estate transactions for $10,000 or more:

Cambria County

James Weber from Leona M. Pavlock, property in Northern Cambria Borough, $16,500.

Richard L. Thomas from Matthew B. Cafasso, property in Richland Township, $72,000.

Thomas B. Costa from Deborah A. Thurbon, property in Johnstown’s 17th Ward, $27,500.

William P. Vivian from John Demar III, property in Jackson Township, $95,000.

Nickolas E. Tremmel from Darlene L. Anderson, property in Jackson Township, $15,000.

Kenneth R. Hartzler from Shirley R. Hogan, property in South Fork Borough, $29,900.

Joshua Bodenschatz from John D. Rodak, property in Upper Yoder Township, $59,000.

Gary Wharton from Bernadine R. Buterbaugh, property in Cambria Township, $125,009.

Jason M. Grove from Violetta K. Smith, property in Jackson Township, $78,500.

Pristows Properties LLC from Colin B. Wingard, property in Stonycreek Township, $205,000.

Justin J. Derenak from David A. Reese, property in Lorain Borough, $70,750.

Jeffrey L. Alston from John F. Gall, property in Geistown Borough, $55,000.

Daniel Beyer from Fannie Mae, property in Ebensburg Borough, $74,000.

Chester F. Cyga Jr. from Stephen G. Quinn, property in Westmont Borough, $265,000.

John J. Panick III from Joseph Kalinoski, property in Portage Township, $24,500.

Dorothy Nemeth from Kathryn Ranson, property in Summerhill Township, $40,000.

Eugene E. Hoffman Jr. from Matthew Sinosky, property in Ebensburg Borough, $105,107.

Matthew S. Ray from Alan Harris, property in Jackson Township, $175,000.

Michael D. Picklo from Ernest R. Walker, property in Southmont Borough, $62,000.

GWI Properties LLC from Samuel M. Koban, property in Ebensburg Borough, $102,500.

Joseph J. Sell Jr. from Timothy W. Bailey, property in Ebensburg Borough, $95,400.

Stone Financing LLC from Frank J. Marsh, property in Westmont Borough, $73,000.

Ryan M. Lauf from Agnes E. Berkley, property in Upper Yoder Township, $82,370.

Peter E. Gerko from Stephen P. Gerko, property in Summerhill Township, $20,000.

Cartus Financial Corp. from Russell A. Wynne, by agent, property in Cresson Township, $275,000.

Crystal Crown Acres LLC from Barbara A. Bird, property in Ferndale Borough, $110,000.

Michael A. Dibert from John B. Hostetler, property in Adams Township, $136,000.

Gerald A. Mardis from Daniel R. Monfordini, property in Nanty Glo Borough, $21,000.

Steven M. Crow from Patrick Gatmaitan, property in Westmont Borough, $102,500.

James T. Pruss Jr. from Mark A. Adams, property in Johns-town’s 8th Ward, $47,000.

Michael R. Blue from Helen Varney, property in Middle Taylor Township, $100,000.

Jose L. Otero from Jack W. Ray, by attorney-in-fact, property in Johnstown’s 7th Ward, $30,000.

Corey L. Crocco from Lahne Miesko, property in Ferndale Borough, $42,000.

Terry L. Hixson from Joseph J. Antonazzo, property in Westmont Borough, $140,000.

Nathan S. Stohon from Norma J. Simmons, property in Adams Township, $79,000.

Somerset County

Paul M. Endler from Randal N. Kocian, property in Conemaugh Township, $159,000.

Paul E. Charpentier from Dewey Oldham, property in Paint Township, $100,000.

Nathanial R. Bergstresser from Mamco Inc., property in Milford Township, $19,000.

Stacey L. Bingaman from Jackie M. Bryant, property in Meyersdale Borough, $65,000.

James L. Bent from John J. Fleegle, property in Shanksville Borough, $77,700.

David E. Lee from Michael D. Cook, property in Jefferson Township, $141,500.

Somerset Trust from William L. Kimmel, property in Somerset Borough, $280,000.

Gregory L. Gossard from Walter A. Kinash, property in Indian Lake Borough, $243,432.

Allan Sokol from Elizabeth M. Sokol, property in Shade Township, $25,000.

James M. Mayer from Barbara F. Vanyo, property in Somerset Township, $132,930.

Giziensky Property Holdings from Joseph D. Giziensky, property in Somerset Township, $28,787.50.

Giziensky Property Holdings from Joseph D. Giziensky, property in Somerset Township, $184,730.

Giziensky Property Holdings from Joseph D. Giziensky, property in Somerset Township, $157,216.50.

Giziensky Property Holdings from Joseph D. Giziensky, property in Somerset Township, $53,949.

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