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Tittle chosen as 'Outstanding Register'

Debbie Tittle, Unicoi County register of deeds, was recently named the “Outstanding Register of the Year” by the Tennessee Registers Association. According to a press release, Tittle received the award at the annual conference of the County Officials Association of Tennessee, held recently in Chattanooga.
Tittle began serving as the county’s register in 1990. Since then, she has served two terms as the president of the East Tennessee Registers Association, of which she is a charter member. She was elected by her peers as the East Tennessee Register of the Year in 1995, 2005 and 2011. According to the press release, Tittle was chosen by registers across the state to serve as president of the Tennessee Registers Association in 2007. During her tenure as president, she challenged fellow registers across the state to make a difference in their respective counties in educating citizens as to the need for a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and to reach out to families who have been affected by it.
In 2008, she was selected as Tennessee Register of the Year among her fellow state registers.
In addition to her professional recognitions, Tittle has also been named a Tennessee Colonel Aide de Camp, the highest civilian honor that can be bestowed on a citizen in Tennessee, by governors Don Sundquist, Phil Bredesen, and Bill Haslam.
The local Unicoi County Republican Party has recognized her with a Lifetime Service Award and she was presented the 2006 Record of Service Award by The Erwin Record. She was named Hometown Hero by the Modern Woodmen Association and was presented a Public Servant award by the Tennessee Bear Hunter’s Association.