Toni Loftus

last updated 4/17/2018

Toni Loftus

Credit and Collection Manager at Carlisle Companies Incorporated

16430 N. SCOTTSDALE RD. SUITE 400, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
HQ Phone:
(480) 781-5000

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Toni Loftus Collection Department Manager Toni Loftus is the firm's Collection Department Manager. She is responsible for the overall performance of the firm's collection staff. Toni has over twenty years of collection experience. She has a broad base knowledge of the collection industry and has managed the collection and operation processes for a diverse clientele, including agencies and a law firm. Toni holds certificates in Coaching and Development, as well as Effective Communications from the University of Milwaukee-Extension. As a result Toni brings proven success in leading her collection teams to deliver best in class service.

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Bob Kordus, Toni Loftus and Donna Pruess will square off in the upcoming election, and the winner will face Sue Finster, a Democrat, in the November general election.
Loftus said she believes it is important to serve in local governments. "I think, especially in today's economic conditions, that it is important that anybody and everybody get involved in local government," Loftus said. Neither Kordus or Loftus can point to direct experience within the Register of Deeds Office, but both said their past employment has prepared them for the job. Loftus works in account receivables at Rock Energy, a public utility in Rock County. Prior to that she worked at Arrow Financial. "When I saw the budget for the register of deeds I thought that was a big budget," Loftus said. "My hope is to get elected so I can come and take a look at what consists of that budget and fine tune it and find ways to cut back and allocate resources to someplace else." Pruess and Loftus have been long-time county residents. Loftus has lived in the county for 18 years, and raised three daughters here. "I just think (if voters) are looking for someone to come in, who has a vested interest in the community and the county as a whole, I would be that candidate," she said. Loftus said she was swayed to the Republican Party by Gov. Specifically, Loftus said she supports Walker's initiatives to reduce waste. "I see the abuses in the entitlement program, and I think some of those things really need to be addressed," she said. Both Pruess and Loftus said they felt the register of deeds office shouldn't be partisan. "The register of deeds truly should be a nonpartisan position," Loftus said.

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