Adams County

Frontier Title & Escrow Company

Frontier Title & Escrow Company - Grant and Adams Counties
324 South Ash, Suite F
Moses Lake, WA 98837

Phone (509) 764-2368
Fax (509) 764-4179
Toll Free (866) 848-5365

Services: Title, Escrow, Customer Service

Moses Lake Staff


cherylvandenbos-teamCheryl VandenBos
Escrow Manager / LPO
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
vandenbosc@frontiertitle.biz


danna-martinez-teamDanna Martinez
Escrow Closer
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
danna@frontiertitle.biz


don-teamDon Schmig
Title Officer
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
title1@frontiertitle.biz


diana-escamilla-teamDiana Escamilla
Title Processor
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
requests@frontiertitle.biz


angie-schauer-teamAngela Schauer
Title Assistant
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
angie@frontiertitle.biz


gary-mansford-teamGary Mansford Jr.
Title Assistant
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
mansfordg@frontiertitle.biz


Kristina Crowder
Title & Escrow Assistant
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
kristina@frontiertitle.biz


Martina Moreno
Recording
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
martim@frontiertitle.biz


Ashley Schmig
Title Department
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
ashley@frontiertitle.biz


Michael Sperline
Title Department
Moses Lake · (509) 764-2368
mikes@frontiertitle.biz


Adams County (population 19,001) is an important agricultural production and processing county. In the eastern portion of the county, there is extensive wheat farming. In Ritzville (population 1,669) is the county seat and the Washington Association of Wheat Growers Headquarters. The post-war Columbia Basin project brought irrigation to the western part of the County and the growth of its largest city, Othello (population 7,532). Othello is a potato growing, packing, transportation and frozen food processing center. Othello has Harvest Fresh Produce, Potato Growers of Washington, Inc., Western Potato Services and AV Labs. There is the Columbia Basin Wildlife Refuge teeming with numerous bird flocks. Lind (population 574) is famous for its annual, unique combine demolition derby.

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adams02Some of the best wheat comes from Southeastern Washington