Abell files for county recorderFebruary 17, 2014
From Local Sources
Gregory “Greg” Abell has filed as a Republican seeking the office of Dubois County recorder.
Abell, 47, is the president of CEI Appraisal Group, Inc., a company he founded in 1990. He has performed real estate appraisal throughout the South and Midwest, doing business in Indiana, Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, Mississippi and New Mexico. He is also a real estate broker in Indiana and Kentucky, specializing in buyer and tenant representation for residential and commercial transactions.
Abell is a Dubois County native and the son of Janet (Mehringer) Abell and Richard Abell. He graduated from Jasper High School in 1984 and from Indiana University in Bloomington in 1991. At IU, he earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics and physics education. In 1993, he and his company began working extensively with the firms of George K. Cox and Associates, Inc. of Owensboro and Berry Kent Fry, SRA, of Jasper. Abell has also worked with various regional appraisal firms for appraisals, litigation support and consultation.
Abell has taken continuing education courses related to real estate sales and appraisal. In 2002, he was awarded the MAI professional designation by the Appraisal Institute. He holds the highest level of professional appraisal licenses in Indiana, Kentucky and Florida, broker licenses in Indiana and Kentucky and memberships in the national and state associations of Realtors. He has been an appointed member of the Dubois County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals for several years.
Abell enjoys golfing, playing games and gardening. He and his wife, Michelle, lives in Madison Township and are the parents of fraternal twins, Riley and Lane, 12.
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