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Amy Proctor

Ms. Proctor is married to Joe Proctor who is General Manager of Shenandoah Caverns. She has three adult children: Emma, Olivia and Eli. She enjoys spending time with her family, swimming, camping (in a camper), cooking and baking, gardening and last but not least, vacationing at Sunset Beach, NC. She served on the Board of the Chamber of Commerce of New Market, Virginia from 2010 to 2015 and has acted as President since 2016. She became a member of the Forestville-Quicksburg Ruritan Club in 2017 and has served on the Board since 2019. She is also New Market Heritage Day Chairman, participates in the Shenandoah County Relay for Life and is a member of the Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church Hands of Harmony Handbell Choir. Ms. Proctor had over 25+ years of experience in the non-profit and tourism sectors before joining Litten & Sipe, LLP.

Ms. Proctor performs paralegal work for the firm in practice areas including real estate, tax-exempt finance, civil litigation, and local government law. 

She was part of our local government team that obtained 32 easements for a street improvement project and assisted with drafting easements, interacting with all applicable government agencies and the engineering firm, and contacting property owners to negotiate the successful execution and recordation of 32 easements for the improvement of a street. This work was done on time and at less than half the cost of a competing bid to acquire easements. 

Ms. Proctor has also assisted in bond closings, delinquent tax collection and in complex real estate litigation and transactions.

Education

  • Lord Fairfax Community College, Business Management, A.D., magna cum laude, 1989.

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