McPherron files to run for county recorderFebruary 12, 2018
From Local Sources
Jaclyn “Jackie” McPherron has filed to seek the Republican nomination for the office of Dubois County Recorder.
McPherron is currently self-employed at Reliant Bookkeeping LLC. She previously was the assistant financial manager for Seufert Construction, Progressive Investment and Access Storage, headquartered in Ferdinand. She is a certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor and a current member of Business Bookkeeper Launch.
She currently serves as president of the Patoka Township Advisory Board and its financial board and is the Southridge Middle School PTO secretary and treasurer. She is a volunteer for Dubois County Young Life, participating with the Block Party event, Herbstfest booth and the annual banquet. She is a member of Dubois County Right to Life.
Additionally, McPherron volunteers for Dubois County Community Meals and Dubois County Food Bank. She has volunteered with the Holland Elementary School computer lab, Camp Illiana Junior Camp, and the Tri-Cap Christmas event for several years.
She earned an information processing certificate at Vincennes University Jasper Campus, graduating magna cum laude. She has over 24 years of business, financial and bookkeeping experience and is a notary public.
“I enjoy working with the public and would proactively look for ways to reduce costs in the Recorder’s Office while providing timely service,” McPherron said. “My foremost objective is to ensure our records are protected and easily accessible for the citizens of Dubois County.”
McPherron and her husband, Stephen, live in Huntingburg, and have been married since 2001. They are the parents of three children. Danielle lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Will, while Jackson, 14, and Alyssa, 11, reside at home. She and her husband were foster parents for two years. They have been members of Redemption Christian Church in Jasper since 2013.
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