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719168 Published in the Wagoner County American-Tribune, Wagoner, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, August 25, September 1, 8 & 15, 2021

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE UNDER POWER OF SALE Curtis Chilcoat and Heather C. Chilcoat, H&W, Mortgagor Take Notice that the below referenced mortgagee has elected to foreclose a certain mortgage on property identified as:

The West 165 feet of the East 330 feet of the SE/4 of SW/4 of NE/4 of Section 1, Township 19 North, Range 15 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, Wagoner County, State of Oklahoma, LESS AND EXCEPT the North 35 Feet thereof,

aka 28434 E 4th St Catoosa, OK 74015-5511;

pursuant to the Oklahoma Power of Sale Mortgage Foreclosure Act (Title 46 O.S. ยง 40 et seq.) Foreclosure is due to breach(es) or default(s) by the mortgagor which include without limitation, the failure to make payments when due and the failure to pay taxes when due. Take Notice that the foreclosure sale will be held on September 24, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. just east of the front doors of the Wagoner County Courthouse at 307 E Cherokee Street, Wagoner, OK 74467. Take Notice that the mortgagor has the right to redeem the property from foreclosure by paying all principal, interest and other sums secured by the mortgage to the mortgagee prior to the execution and delivery of a deed pursuant to Title 46, Section 47 of the Oklahoma statutes. Such sums include the accruing costs of sale. Take Notice that the mortgagee claims an interest superior to the claims of all other persons claiming an interest in the property, subject only to accrued ad valorem taxes, and that such interests may be subject to being terminated by the sale unless interested parties take appropriate legal action. Mortgagors: Take Notice that if a mortgage is on your homestead, it shall be sold pursuant to a power of sale without judicial foreclosure unless, at least ten (10) days before the property is to be sold under a power of sale (or by September 14, 2021), you send written notice by certified mail to the mortgagee at the address shown below, stating that the property involved is your homestead and that judicial foreclosure is elected, and file of record a copy of such notice, which contains a legal description of the property, with the county clerk of the county where the property is situated. Further, if a property is sold pursuant to a power of sale, you may avoid a deficiency judgment by sending a written notice by certified mail to the mortgagee at the address shown below, at least ten (10) days before the property is to be sold under the power of sale (or by September 14, 2021), that states that the property involved is the mortgagor's homestead and that the mortgagor elects against a deficiency judgment. This notice contains important information involving your property and you may want to seek legal advice. Alfred Simpson Irrevocable Family Trust Mortgagee /s/ Mickey K. Leslie By: Mickey K. Leslie, OBA #16010 Leslie & Associates PLLC 6212 E. 89th Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74137 (918) 481-1907 Leslie&AssociatesPLLC@gmail.com Attorney for the Mortgagee