PRINCETON — The Gibson County Clerk's Office welcomes a new face as a familiar face moves to a new position.
Kim Marvel is joining the staff full time as the second deputy clerk, while Sue Stuckey moves into the first deputy clerk position.
Stuckey has worked in the clerk's office since 1982, but said the position change was a surprise.
"I've turned it down many times before," she said with a laugh.
The office consists of seven employees, and across the hall in the election office are three more along with Gibson County Clerk Jim Morrow.
Stuckey said there are also some extra hires and high school students who help out with scanning documents.
The clerk's office is always moving and the July 1 start date for Stuckey and Marvel didn't bring a summer slowdown with it.
"There's no slow time in the clerk's office," Stuckey said.
The courts are always going, and Marvel said people get married every day, so it's busy all the time. But she's enjoying herself so far.
She worked in the Gibson County Courthouse previously on a part-time basis in the treasurer's office, coming in seasonally to help when it's time to collect property taxes.
Marvel said the office procedures are totally different, but it has been nice already knowing a lot of her new coworkers.
Marvel said the work she's doing is a pretty big change as well, but she's had guidance for all of her questions.
"Everybody's been very helpful and friendly," she said.