Angie Giesler Files For Dubois County Assessor

Jasper (From Release) – Dubois County Deputy Assessor Angie Giesler has filed her candidacy to run for Dubois County Assessor on the Democrat ticket in the 2018 election.

Giesler, who lives in Jasper, has served as a deputy in the Assessor’s Office since 2007. She previously worked in the Dubois County Auditor’s Office for seven years.  Before working for the County, she was employed by German American Bank.

County assessors must meet certain Indiana State certification requirements. Giesler has already fulfilled those requirements by completing all the necessary work to become a Level III Assessor-Appraiser.

Giesler says, “While working in the Assessor’s Office for the past 11 years I have grown to understand the great importance of running an efficient office. Funding for all county services depends on the Assessor’s Office certifying market value assessments on time so the budgeting process can proceed. I am confident that I can perform the duties that the office requires in a professional manner.”

She is a Northeast Dubois High School graduate and attended Indiana University. Her memberships include St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, St. Anne’s Society, Daughters of Isabella, Association of Indiana County Assessors, International Association of Assessing Officers, Dubois County Tax Abatement Committee and is former member of the Dubois County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals.

Angie has been married to Jeffrey E. Giesler for 32 years. They have two children, Leah (Christopher) Birk and Dane Giesler.  She is the daughter of Rita Clare (Merkel) Seng and the late Urban H. Seng.  Her in-laws are Sylvester and Irene (Theising) Giesler.

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