Governor honors company for longevityMarch 22, 2019
From Local Sources
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb honored Dubois County Title Co. Inc. Thursday for being in business for 128 years.
The company, which has served southwest Indiana communities since 1891, received the Governor’s Century Business Award during a ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse. It was one of 65 companies and organizations recognized for its longevity.
Dubois County Title offers real estate title searches, title insurance and escrow closings. The company is in its third and fourth generation of family members and they and the company’s talented team continue to work together to protect and reduce real estate ownership risks.
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