JUDGE ELAINE H. PALMER IS SILENT
JUST SHY OF
3 4 7 9 MONTHS AND STILL NO MOVEMENT ON THE DOCKET
JUDGE ELAINE PALMER IS TWIDDLIN’ HER THUMBS OR AWOL
NOV 4, 2022 NOV. 14, 2022 DEC 9, 2022, MAR 11, MAR 21, MAY 18 2023
FYI: No Summons ever requested or issued and no defendant has appeared.
Judge Palmer makin’ a statement by her inaction. We get it.
WHO ARE THE OTHER PLAYERS IN THIS FORECLOSURE?
UPDATED INVESTIGATION REVEALS MORE: OCT. 9, 2022
WE WROTE TO WHEELER & ASSOCIATES, INC WITH THE FOLLOWING QUESTION….
We were just revisiting our article on the foreclosure case at Harris County District Court and your company appears to have a financial interest in the property, details here;
Could you provide some insight or comment?
WE RECEIVED THIS DUBIOUS RESPONSE…
My Brother has no association to Wheeler & Associates, Inc.
Wheeler has nothing to do with Leo’s finances or his property interest.
Please remove Wheeler & Associates, Inc. from your records.
Wheeler & Associates, Inc
Sales Revenue, Inc.
Registered Texas Assessor/Collector
LIT PERFORMED FURTHER INVESTIGATION OF THE SAID DENIAL BY CATHERINE WHEELER WHICH IS DETAILED IN THIS ARTICLE
It confirms her denials are without legal merit, there is a ‘family connection’ and we’ve got all the data to prove it’s more than just providing tax services to her brother.
Kirvin Kaufman, 67, lost his battle against Prostate Cancer and passed peacefully on January 19th, 2020 onboard the Carnival Magic while sailing the Caribbean, with his current wife of 33 years, Maria Antonieta ‘Toni’ Kaufman by his side.
Kirvin Kaufman was born August 11, 1952 in the Inuit village of Kwigillingok, Alaska. He then moved to the Hopi Indian Reservation in Arizona and eventually the circumstances of his childhood brought him ever further south until he reached the Rio Grande Children’s Home in Mission, Texas.
He graduated salutatorian of Sharyland High School class of 1970 and was nominated to the Air Force Academy by Congressman Kika de la Garza.
After serving in the US Air Force during the Vietnam era, he graduated from the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley, formerly Pan-American in Edinburg with a BA in Political Science in 1975.
At the age of 25 he became the youngest city manager in the state of Texas. During his time serving the city of Mission, Kirvin helped organize the Mission Economic Development Council and later acted as a consultant for the Brownsville Economic Development Foundation.
After moving to Houston, Kirvin helped found The Computer Help Desk and Microsoft Support Unlimited, where served as CEO and COO from 1990 to 2000. He later received a Certificate of Energy Risk Management from the Bauer School of Business at the University of Houston in 2002 and then became a Certified Information Systems Security Professional in 2013. He then worked for Cinergy, Triple Point Technology, Cheniere Energy and finally Chevron, where he worked until his passing.
Despite his long and influential work history, Kirvin had a love of simple pleasures. He much preferred sitting by the ocean while fishing, or losing himself in books by the backyard fire pit over fancy affairs. While he could be stoic in expressing it, he also had a deep and abiding love for his large family.
Kirvin is preceded in death by his parents, Lorenz Ursus Carlos & Ina Grace Kaufman, his sister Klonda and brothers D. David and Lar Kaufman.
He leaves behind the following:
Toni and their sons- James Erik, and Todd & wife Stephanie. As well as his two stepchildren, Andrea Anna Hinojosa – Loo & husband Jason Loo with grandchildren, Mia, Nya and Kai Loo and Mikael Hinojosa with grandchildren, Monica, Cesar, Mina and Madeline.
His previous marriage with Kathy and their sons, wives and children- Ben & Jennifer with Kaleigh and Caleb and Daniel with Kailynn. His brothers and their wives- Kim & Judy, Colin & Sharon, Jan, and Burt & Terri.
KAUFMAN, MARIA ANTONIETA vs. LOANDEPOT.COM LLC
MAY 2, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: MAY 9, 2022
Case scheduled to be dismissed for want of prosecution on 8 August, 2022.
Note: The Pro se plaintiff[s] did not ask for a TRO when they filed their petition, so there may be another eviction case in another court.
It’s percolatin’ since filing, May 2, 2022
New foreclosure case. Bookmark for Updates.