The Wisconsin Fidlar eByte: May 2016


Fidlar is pleased to announce that the Brown County Register of Deeds Office has successfully launched Honor Rewards. The program is a community outreach service that promotes appreciation and admiration for individuals who served in the armed forces. Veterans sign-up to receive an Honor Rewards Card that will let them receive discounts and benefits for local participating retailers, restaurants, and businesses. The program serves to thank these individuals and to also prompt them to have their military papers processed and recorded to the Official Public Record.

Fidlar would also like to congratulate Chief Deputy Debbie Gore who has recently retired from her duties at the Register of Deeds Office. We thank you for your work maintaining the Official Public Record in Brown County.



“Leading up to our launch date with Honor Rewards we worked to recruit as many businesses as possible to participate with the program. The Brown County Veteran’s Service Officer has been meeting with local small business associations to get the word out and to increase interest within the community. We held a press conference at one of the participating businesses, a local restaurant called the Pancake Place. We invited local veteran groups, other participating businesses and the media. The Honor Rewards program has been very well received and I couldn’t be happier to have a supportive community for the veterans of Brown County.” – Cathy Williquette Lindsay CPM, Brown County Register of Deeds



Click the link below to view a news clip that spotlights the press conference held in Green Bay: