I wanted to thank everybody for their support. We won, and I promise I will deliver the best possible service to the citizens of Anne Arundel County!
I am proud to announce that our 11th Annual Spring Breakfast with the Register will be held on Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM at Brian Boru Irish Restaurant and Pub, located at 489 Ritchie Highway, in Severna Park.
For 11 years now, with your unwavering support and dedication to our cause, I have been able to serve you and the citizens of Anne Arundel County in their most dire of times. Throughout my time in office, I have come to cherish and appreciate just how many of you trust my ability to
serve these families.
Every day, my staff and I work towards making the office and the county a better place for everyone. My goal is to make the office as cost efficient and user-friendly as possible. To accomplish this, we utilize the most effective technology to cut costs and improve access to our services. Since last year, we have eliminated the certified mail requirement, perfected serving copies online, streamlined forms and workflow, and work tirelessly towards offering more and more of the Register’s services electronically. My long-term goal is to preside over an up-and-coming e-filing system for the office.
Even in 2018, when you call my office or walk in for service, we greet you with a live person. As long as I am Register, you will never deal with the frustration of poorly designed systems that serve only to frustrate instead of enhance the experience. That is my promise – I will only endorse and provide service that enhances your experience, and do this in the most cost-effective way. My door is open to you, your kindness, your concerns, and your ideas. I look forward to seeing you on March 22nd.
Friends of Lauren Parker
Gayle A. Roberts, Treasurer
10 Granada Road
Pasadena, MD 21122
For more information: (410) 437-7469 (Sandi)
Many months ago, I began working towards being your 2018 Register of Wills for Anne Arundel County. At the first opportunity, I filed to continue to be your Register of Wills.
Over the course of my third term as Register of Wills, I’ve worked towards many important goals for the office. I would like to take a moment to review the completed projects in my office.
Started accepting credit cards for payment, assisted in redesigning the Register of Wills website, approved changes to improved server technology in my own office, and assisted in passing laws to reduce reliance on paper.
Updated all office computers to Windows 10, started accepting online credit card payments for invoices, and began the paper reduction initiative to eliminate reliance on paper records.
Updated 30+ forms on the website and within the office as set forth by the Court of Appeals, created a PDF processing plan in preparation for offering copies online, greatly improved the paper reduction law, created an inventory system for office asset management, and updated all employee office equipment.
Made delivery of copies online possible using credit cards, began delivering online copies with great success, greatly improved data safety through better backup and recovery plans, improvements to statutory inventory and record-keeping requirements, online employee training sessions, and fully-functioning paper reduction initiative.
My goal and my passion is to keep the spirit of this agency headed ever forward into the future. True constituent service comes with intuitive and cost-effective services that reduce costs and improve access. I feel like the last four years have been a testament to that spirit. I hope, with your support, to continue to take this office forward in the coming years. Thank you.
Thank you for all of your support and for believing in our vision for the present and future of this office.
From your help, we can continue with our project plans for modernization and personalized service for the citizens of our county.
Again, from the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for helping make this campaign a success.
Lauren M. Parker
Register of Wills
Anne Arundel County
I humbly ask for your vote in the general election. I promise to continue serving the citizens of Anne Arundel County to the best of my abilities. Thank you.
For the last 8 years I have been working every day to make the Anne Arundel County Register of Wills Office the most helpful, accessible, and fiscally savvy public service agency. In the past two elections, the people of Anne Arundel County have trusted me to run this office.
Elect experience, make a difference. Knowledge, compassion, results. Lauren M. Parker for Register of Wills.
“The situation is even clearer in two other races. In eight years as register of wills, Republican incumbent Lauren Parker has striven to modernize her office — which handles the disposition of estates — and make it customer-friendly. Democrat Jacqueline Allsup — the head of the county NAACP and a professor of nursing at Anne Arundel Community College — might well be able to do the job proficiently. But she has made no specific case for ousting Parker.”
“We endorse Leitess, Parker and Bateman.”
Your unwavering and generous support secured our overwhelming win in the June Republican Primary. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
The primary race was unfortunately a bitter and expensive one. That said, I ask for your continued support as the general election fast approaches, in just 60 days.Please join me Wednesday, October 1, 2014, from 5:00P.M. to 7:30P.M., for a Happy Hour at Mother’s Peninsula Grille, 969 Ritchie Highway, in Arnold.
I couldn’t be prouder of the level of service my office provides the citizens of Anne Arundel County. We continue to modernize the office, while always jealously guarding the personalized service that you have come to expect when you need us. Your calls are still answered by a human being and you are still promptly greeted with a smile when you visit the office. At the same time,every day we continue to look for ways to save you money, by among other initiatives, implementing a paperless records system to eliminate the high costs of storage and maintenance of paper records. And, we still offer the best deal going of safeguarding your Will for a one-time fee of $5.00.
My staff makes it all possible and I consider them the best in the business. They are the reason that we continue to be a model of efficiency and customer service. Now, more than ever, I need your continued support as we head in to the General Election on November 4, 2014. Asalways, my door continues to be open to your welcomed ideas, concerns or comments.
I look forward to seeing you on October 1st!
MOTHER’S PENINSULA GRILLE
969 Ritchie Highway
Arnold, Maryland 21012
Heavy Hors d’ Oeuvres
Beer, Wine & Soft Drinks
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
5:00 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
$50.00 Per Person
For Ticket Information, Please Call Sandi at (410) 437-7469
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I would like to pause at this point and say thank you to those who have supported me in this campaign. I am deeply grateful for the “votes” of confidence in me – and the job I am doing. I promise to strive to fulfill your expectations.
To all my awesome campaign workers – I want to thank you for your devotion. I know that your time and your hard work are extremely valuable gifts and I am humbled and grateful to receive them.
To the citizens who voiced their confidence in me – thank you for your support. I will continue to make your Register of Wills office the best public office in the state.
I am grateful for your continued support as we head to the general election in November.
Lauren M. Parker – YOUR Register of Wills.
For the last 8 years I have been working every day to make the Anne Arundel County Register of Wills Office the most helpful, accessible, and fiscally savvy public service agency. Today, June 24th, is primary election day. In the past two elections, the people of Anne Arundel County have trusted me to run this office.
I humbly ask for your vote today in the primary election. I promise to continue serving the citizens of Anne Arundel County to the best of my abilities. Thank you.