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Wasatch County Clerk-Auditor Brent Titcomb Passes Away

Wasatch County

Wasatch County Clerk-Auditor Brent Titcomb passed away Thursday evening, March 14th.

Wasatch County shared the news of the passing of Wasatch County Clerk-Auditor Brent Titcomb on Thursday evening after a lengthy illness. County Manager Mike Davis shared his condolences.

“Well Brent, he was an amazing county Clerk-Auditor," Davis shared. "He first and foremost always wanted his office to be of a professional nature, but he also was so concerned about making sure people had their questions answered and were served correctly. You will always hear that people just almost always said that Brent is the kindest, nicest person I’ve ever met, and he truly was. He ran his office that way, he was very efficient and did a great job. He’ll be missed. He’ll be very very missed.”

Social media posts informing the community of his passing had over a hundred comments of people expressing condolences. In addition to working for the county, Titcomb also worked at Lee’s Market. He spoke to KPCW ahead of his re-election last November. He expressed his desire to continue to serve Wasatch County.

“I have an interest in the county," Titcomb expressed in October 2018. "I want to still represent the voters in Wasatch County and help them daily as they come into the office. I have been honored to be able to serve the people of Wasatch County and it’s just a desire I have to continue to do that and to help the citizens to be able to vote to be able to see all the things that go on in the office. The transparency in our financials if anyone has questions, we’ve always been here to show people or explain what’s going on with budgets and whatever it might be. I feel that I enjoy what I do, I like coming to work and I want to continue to do that.”

Davis said that Titcomb continued to work up through last week.

Davis said that county employees will continue to run the office until the Republican Party and County Council name an appointment in the interim.

KPCW reporter David Boyle covers all things in the Heber Valley as well as sports and breaking news.
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