MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today announced his appointment of Julie Schnolis to serve as Adams County Register of Deeds. The appointment fills a vacancy created by the retirement of Jodi M. Helgeson, effective Jan. 13, 2023. Schnolis will serve for the remainder of the unexpired term that ends on Jan. 5, 2025.
“With nearly a decade of experience as deputy register of deeds, Julie Schnolis has the professional experience and capability to quickly and efficiently transition into this role,” said Gov. Evers. “Julie will be a dependable, responsible, and capable register of deeds for the Adams County community.”
Schnolis is an Adams County native and a graduate of Adams-Friendship High School. She has served as the deputy register of deeds in Adams County since 2015.
“I’m so honored to accept the appointment from Governor Tony Evers for Adams County Register of Deeds,” said Schnolis. “I’ve learned so much working as deputy register of deeds for the past eight years under Jodi Helgeson. I look forward to continuing with the service that our community has grown accustomed to through the years. I want to thank all my family, friends, and co-workers for all your support and encouragement.”
A photo of Schnolis is available here.
An online version of this release is available here.