HAROLD J. SCHUMACHER
NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND SALE
This is a notice that HAROLD J. SCHUMACHER, Trustor, executed a Deed of Trust to Mat-Su Title Insurance Agency, Inc., as Trustee, with JOHNSON INVESTMENTS, Beneficiary, recorded the 12th day of September 2006 as Instrument No. 2006-026207-0, Palmer Recording District, Third Judicial District, State of Alaska. The Trustor has breached and defaulted on his obligation for which the Deed of Trust is security by failing to make the required payments due under the Promissory Note in accordance with the Deed of Trust. There is presently an amount due and owing to JOHNSON INVESTMENTS the principal sum of FORTY-THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED THIRTY-TWO DOLLARS AND EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS ($43,532.85) plus interest thereon at the rate of NINE AND THREE-QUARTER PERCENT (9.75%) per annum from the 1st day of September 2006 and said interest continues to accrue.
Said Deed of Trust concerns the following described real property:
LOT NINE (9), BLOCK SEVEN (7), WOODY LAKE SOUTH SUBDIVISION
according to the official Plat No. 76-57, Palmer Recording District, Third Judicial
District, State of Alaska.
Conditions of Reinstatement: If the default has arisen by failure to make payments required by the Deed of Trust, the default may be cured and the foreclosure terminated if; (1) at any time before the sale date, stated herein, or a date to which the sale is postponed, payment is made of the sum then in default, other than principal that would not be due if the default had not occurred, plus attorney and other foreclosure fees and costs incurred by the Beneficiary and Trustee due to the default; (2) if the Trustee does not elect to refuse payment and proceed with the sale if the recording of a Notice of Default and reinstatement have occurred two or more times previously under the Deed of Trust described above
The undersigned, being the original or properly substituted Trustee, has elected to proceed to sell the property to satisfy the obligation and will hold such sale on the 1st day of April 2019, at 10:00 a.m. at the main entrance of the Superior Courthouse located at 435 South Denali Street, Palmer, Alaska 99645.
Dated this 1st day of January 2019.
By: Eugene H. Johnson