Trustee Sale

Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the authority under that certain deed of trust executed by John S. Roberts and Aimee L. Roberts, to H. Douglas Widney, Trustee(s) dated January 15, 2007, and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Marion County, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book 885, at page 133, by which was conveyed to said Trustee(s) the hereinafter described real estate to secure the payment of a certain promissory note set out and described therein, and default having been made in the payment of said note, the undersigned Substitute Trustee(s) having been appointed Substitute Trustee by an Appointment of Substitute Trustee dated March 24, 2015, and having been requested in writing by the holder of said note, will sell to the highest and best bidder on
May 22, 2015
at 3:06 p.m.,
at the front door of the courthouse of Marion County, West Virginia, the real estate conveyed by said deed of trust and situate in Lincoln District, Marion County, West Virginia, together with easements, improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging, and at the time of the signing of the Deed of Trust it was reported that the address was:
119 Maple Street,
West Virginia,
and being more particularly bounded and described therein as follows:
All that certain lot or parcel of real property, together with the buildings, improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging situate in the Town of Worthington, Lincoln District, Marion County, West Virginia, and more particularly described as follows:
PARCEL ONE: BEGINNING at a stake in the line of the lot of Kate Nutter, and running thence with her line south sixty two (62) feet thence with said Water Street west fifty eight (58) feet to the line of F. M. and Allie Billingslea; thence with their line north sixty two (62) feet to a stake; thence east in a direct fifty eight (58) feet to the place of beginning, containing thirty six hundred (3600) square feet, more or less.
PARCEL TWO: BEGINNING at a stake, which stake is called the “point in line of J. D. Bennett” in the description of Parcel No. One of the deed recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Marion County, West Virginia„ in Deed Book No. 397, at page 119, end which stake is also called the “stake” in “the line of F. M. and Allie Billingslea” and said to be located 62 feet from Water Street of said Town of Worthington in the description in the deed of record in the office of said Clerk in Deed Book No. 576, at page 177, and which stake is also located at the corner common to Charles T. Martin and wife, and Lillie Mae Bennett, now known as Lillie Mae McFail, and the line separating their properties from that of F. M. Billingslea; Thence N 87? degrees E 59 feet, with the northerly line of land of Lillie Mae Bennett to a stake located in the line formerly of Joe Devoli and now Goldie Walbrown; thence with said Devoli-Walbrown line N 13/2 degrees E 6 feet to an iron pin; thence S 87? degrees E 59 feet-through property of Charles T. Martin and wife, to an iron pin in line of said F. M. Billingslea line S 12 degrees W 6 feet to the place of beginning.
And being the same real estate conveyed to Aimee L. Roberts and John S. Roberts by Deed, which if record in the aforesaid Clerk’s office.
Grantors further Grant and Convey to Grantee any and all right, title and interest they may have to any rights of ways or easements incident to their ownership of the above described real estate.
This conveyance is made subject to all valid exceptions, reservations, restrictions, conditions, easements, rights of way or other servitudes, if any, made retained or created in prior Deeds of record in the chain of title to the property herein conveyed.
This sale is made subject to any special assessments, unpaid taxes, easements, conditions, reservations and restrictions affecting the aforesaid real estate.
The property will be conveyed in an “AS IS” condition by Deed containing no warranty, express or implied, subject to all property taxes, prior Deeds, liens, reservations, encumbrances, restrictions, rights of ways, easements, covenants, conveyances and conditions of record in the Clerk’s office or affecting the subject property.
Pursuant to the terms of said deed of trust, the Substitute Trustee(s) may postpone the sale by public announcement at the time and place designated for the sale.  The West Virginia Housing Development Fund or its designee may purchase the property at any sale.
The Substitute Trustees shall be under no duty to cause any existing tenant or person occupying the property to vacate said property, and any personal property and/or belongings remaining at the property after the foreclosure sale will be deemed to constitute ABANDONED PROPERTY AND WILL BE DISPOSED OF ACCORDINGLY.
TERMS OF SALE:  Cash in hand on day of sale.
DATED this 27th day of April, 2015.
Pill & Pill, PLLC,
Substitute Trustee
Richard A. Pill, Member
Times: May 8, 15, 2015