Mona S. Losh was elected Allen County Recorder to fill the term commencing January 2005. Mona is a life-long resident of Allen County. She was born in Bluffton, Ohio and spent the first 19 years of her life there. She graduated from Bluffton High School in 1973. In 1974 she moved to Lima/American Township, where she still resides today.
Mona is married to Joe E. Losh. They have three children and 5 grandchildren.
Mona began working at the age of 16 as a dishwasher in a restaurant. In 1977, she started her college courses with the focus being on real estate. Mona received her real estate license and began selling real estate in 1978. In 1981, Mona started her own business, West Central Ohio Research. The company provides real estate title examinations to attorneys and title companies across the United States.
In 1992, Mona decided to go back to college and finish her degree work. In 1995, Mona graduated with honors from Rhodes State College with an Associate in Applied Business - Legal Assisting Technology. That same year, she was presented the Outstanding Legal Assisting Student award.
Mona's course studies include: Legal Research & Writing, Litigation, Criminal Law, Civil Law & Procedure, Business Law, Bankruptcy Law, Business Organizations, Federal Income Tax, Accounting, Estate & Probate Administration, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Transactions and Real Estate Principles & Practices.
Mona is a member of the Ladies Auxiliaries of the
VFW Post #1275, Fraternal Order of the Eagles Aerie #370, and the American
Legion Post #96. She is a member of Order of Eastern Star, Trinity chaper 16. Additionally, Mona is a member of the Fraternal Order
of Police Associates Lima Lodge #8, Phi Theta Kappa and Alpha Beta Gamma.
Mona and her husband are members of South Side Christian Church in Lima.
In addition to serving as Allen County Recorder, Mona is a member of the Allen County Records Commission and the Data Processing Board. Mona also serves as the secretary and chief administrator of the County's Records Center.
The county recorder maintains permanent land records, retains them in archival form, and makes them constantly accessible to the public. Mona looks forward to serving you as your Allen County Recorder. Please stop in and visit the office soon.
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