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Stephen Huddleston, Mobile Notary Public - Columbia, IL
Located in Monroe County, IL

Name: Stephen Huddleston
Mail Address: 8 Bradington Place
Columbia,  IL 62236
Preferred Phone: 618 973-2811
Office Phone: 618 281-9193 
Cell Phone: 618 973-2811
eFax: 877-657-2669
EMail:
Notary Service: Regular Hours
123Notary.com Certified? No # of Loan Signed: 3025
Bilingual Assistance: E-doc Capabilities: Yes
Printer: Double Tray Laser Printer MB of RAM on Printer: 124 MB
Internet: DSL Internet Connection Wireless Card: No
E&O Insurance Amount: $25,000.00 Reverse Mortgage: No
Hospital Signings: No Jail Signings: No
Affidavit: Yes Power of Attorney Documents: Yes
Business Documents: Yes Immigration Documents: No
All Counties We Offer Mobile Notary Service to:
• Clinton
• Madison
• Monroe
• Randolph
• St. Clair
Hours Available for Notary Public Work:
Sunday No Service
Monday 08:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 08:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wednesday 08:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday 08:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday 08:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday 09:00 am - 2:00 pm
Notary Notes:

3025 loans signed; I am a previous mortgage loan officer who is now a full time notary signing agent. I have ten years experience in closing various types of mortgages loans successfully.

I approach all customers in a respectful and dignified attitude and am able to hepl them feel at ease during their closing process. I am also a member of the National Notary Association, and Notary Rotary. I look forward to exceeding your expectations in this profession. I also have experience in closing auto loans and debt settlements

First listed: 12/8/2010 9:24:00 PM PST
Last edited: 8/12/2019 5:26:00 PM PST
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Stephen Huddleston is a commissioned Illinois notary public and may notarize documents in any county of Illinois . It is not permitted to use a Illinois notary public seal for mobile notary services outside of the State of Illinois . However, if you find a notary or mobile notary that has a dual notary public commission in a neighboring state, then it would be legal for the notary public to use the commission for the corresponding state. Thank you for using 123notary.com as your source for finding mobile notaries.