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Logan County Title Company
celebrates 100 years

[JULY 3, 2003]  An ice cream social to celebrate Logan County Title Company's centennial anniversary will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today (Thursday) in Scully Park. The event is open to the Lincoln community and is free of charge.

Activities for the event include Chicago-style hot dogs and beverages by Linda Marini, Schwan's ice cream, cake, music by the Swing Street Traditional Jazz Ensemble and by Dick Eade's barbershop quartet, a railsplitting demonstration, and a watermelon seed spitting contest for children.

Logan County Title Company, a cornerstone of the Lincoln community, was founded in 1903 by Lynn R. Parker to provide abstract and title work to residential, commercial and agricultural clients throughout the county. Today, 95 percent of the company's focus is title work.

Lynn R. Parker's grandson, D. Brewster, took over managing the title company in 1969 and served until his death, in 1994, when his wife, Joan, became president. Joan's sons continue the family tradition, with Jonathan serving as vice president and Christopher as director.

[News release]

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