|Debbie Tittle, Register of Deeds|
Debbie McInturff Tittle is a lifelong resident of Unicoi County. She is the daughter of the late Tom and Gladys McInturff and is married to Toney Tittle, son of Marie Tittle and the late A.D. Tittle. They make their home in the Fishery community and have two sons, Matthew and Jeremy. She is a member of Lighthouse Community Baptist Church where she serves as church treasurer.
Tittle is a graduate of Unicoi County High School and the Johnson City Vocational/Tech School of Nursing and served as President of her graduating class.
Tittle has earned her Certified Public Administrator certificate from the University of Tennessee’s County Technical Assistance Service training program. Tittle was invited to the UT Center for Government Training Leadership Program, which she completed and received certification. In addition, Tittle’s resume reveals numerous hours of continuing education with the University program.
In addition to her statutory duties as Unicoi County Register of Deeds, Tittle voluntarily hosts monthly Planning Commission meetings in the Register’s office and the office acts as a liaison between the First Tennessee Development District’s regional planning office and Unicoi County citizens. She is a member and serves as a chairman of the Unicoi County Records Commission.
Debbie Tittle has twice served as president of the East Tennessee Register’s Association, of which she is a charter member. Her peers selected her as East Tennessee Register of the Year in both 1995 and 2005, and again in 2011.
In addition to her professional recognitions, Debbie has also been named a Tennessee Colonel Aide de Camp, the highest civilian honor that can be bestowed on a citizen in Tennessee, by governors Don Sundquist, Phil Bredesen, and Bill Haslam. The local GOP has recognized her with a Lifetime Service Award and she was presented the 2006 Record of Service Award by The Erwin Record. She was named Hometown Hero by the Modern Woodmen Association in 2008.
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Military Discharge Records
Recorded Unicoi County military discharge records are now sequestered for 75 years, according to Register of Deeds Debbie Tittle. The recently enacted TCA 10-7-513 completely revised the law on military discharge records and who can access those records in registers’ offices across the State of Tennessee.
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