Get out and show your support for Elaine Laming in the August 7th primary!

About the Register of Deeds official

 The first Constitution of the State of Michigan was adopted by the United States Congress in 1835 establishing the Register of Deeds as the official recording office for all legal documents and instruments pertaining to the transfer and encumbrance of real property (land) located within each county. The duties and responsibilities of the Register of Deeds Office are established by state law to include recording, indexing and retaining documents that convey or encumber real estate located within the County. 

Elaine Laming

Elaine Laming

About Me


I was born and raised near Ubly to Allen & Alice (Booms) Depcinski. I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers: Linda & (Tom) O’Henley, Ervin Depcinski, Karen & (Randy) Rutkowski, Albert & (Ann) Depcinski and Anita & (Alvin) Iseler. 

I have been married to my husband Dale Laming for 34 years. We have 4 children Kevin & (Talisa) Laming, Tracy & (Shawn) Gaeth, Gary Laming, and Lisa &(Justin) Sprague, and 3 granddaughters Lily, Laney and Aubrey. I also have 2 step daughters Rebecca Waggoner (Deceased) and Cheryl Laming and 5 step grandchildren Jordon, Tim, Tom, Jacob and Gabrielle.

I am a graduate of Ubly High School and have taken additional courses

to assist me in my previous positions. I previously worked at Walbro,

Smith Douglas Fertilizer Plant, and Huron Chevrolet. For the past 20

years, I have worked for Case Surveying as Office Manager under 2

owners, Stewart G. Case and Laurence J. Wade. I have extensive

knowledge of property descriptions, land and title research, past

history of preparing survey drawings, and preparing detailed land

descriptions for recording purposes.

I would appreciate your support in the upcoming August 7, primary to

retain my position as “Huron County Register of Deeds.”

Already on the job

I am running in the election to retain my position as Huron County Register of Deeds. I was appointed in March by the committee of the Senior Judge of the Huron County Probate Court, Huron County Prosecutor, and Huron County Clerk, to replace Sheri Stanton who retired from this position in February.

The Committe to elect Elaine t. Laming

It is Elaine T. Laming’s utmost desire to continue to serve as

your “Huron County Register of Deeds.”

As most of you already know she was appointed as the most

qualified applicant for the position of “Huron County Register of

Deeds.” The committee that appointed her was comprised of the

Huron County Clerk, Huron County Prosecuting Attorney and the

Senior Judge of the Huron County Probate Court. She was sworn in

to office by the Honorable David B. Herrington on Friday, March 2,

2018, as “Huron County Register of Deeds.” She will serve as

appointed until the November 6, 2018 election.

The Committee to Elect Elaine T. Laming would greatly appreciate 

any endorsements and/or campaign contributions to assist her

 in retaining her position as “Huron County Register of Deeds.”

Lastly, I ask for your vote and any support from your family

and friends in the upcoming August 7 th primary and the November 6 th

election. Thank you very much.

The Committe to Elect

Elaine T. Laming

Huron County Register of Deeds

Public Appearences

No upcoming events.

Questions for Elaine?

Click the button below and send me your questions

Click here


Please show your support in the August 7th Primary