After three months as Warren County Register of Deeds, Wes Williams has been named Middle Tennessee Registers Association president.
“I’m pleased to pass the position of president to Wes Williams, Warren County Register of Deeds,” said Donna Toney, Register Deeds of Coffee County. “I have every confidence in his abilities to lead the organization next year as Wes has worked in county government for the last 12 years.”
Williams was elected by the other Registers of Middle Tennessee to the yearly position. The purpose of Tennessee Registers Association is to unite the Registers of Deeds for exchanging problems which exist among Tennessee counties.
“I believe this is an opportunity to gain knowledge for our county and continue to improve for the citizens of Warren County,” said Williams. “I am honored to be chosen for this position by my fellow Register of Deeds.”
According to Williams, his transition has been smooth. He readily admitted that with anything new, there is a learning curve, but credits that ladies in his office for being an asset. Since taking office, Williams and his staff have reorganized for public accessibility, along with encouraging the County Commission to pass a resolution.
“Just last month, the Warren County Commission passed a resolution to support legislation to restore funding to the register’s offices from the state that was taken away back in 2006,” said Williams. “I believe that it is important to stay up-to-date throughout the state to be able to capitalize on opportunities to benefit Warren County.”