New mobile notary comes to town

A service that will travel anywhere

Belen Ward
bward@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 9/28/21

When the pandemic hit, Terry Young’s goal was to help people and make a difference for the community. The Forever Young Mobile Notary celebrated its ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Brighton …

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New mobile notary comes to town

A service that will travel anywhere

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When the pandemic hit, Terry Young’s goal was to help people and make a difference for the community. The Forever Young Mobile Notary celebrated its ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Brighton Chamber of Commerce to help the communities with a mobile notary service.

“The effects of pandemic I saw in himself and others. So, with my background and experience I wanted to do something to help others,” said Young.

Young is a native of Seattle. He and his wife, Linda, moved to Colorado in 1995 and on to the Brighton area in 2000. He was an ethics professor with Colorado Technical University. After retirement, he volunteered for several organizations. He decided to re-invent himself and become a notary.

“Being a notary and a mobile notary seemed to make sense for me. Rather than forcing people to come out of their homes during these stay-at-home order times, I could go to them and make life a little bit easier,” Terry Young said.

Mayor Greg Mills came to the ceremony to meet Young and welcome him to Brighton.

“I think it’s important to have this kind of service, and a lot of folks that are in a vulnerable population right now feel like they may not be able to go out. They can choose to have this service come to them,” said Mills.

Young’s plans for the future are pretty simple.

“Stay busy enough and be helpful to make it a benefit for both myself and the community,” said Young.

Contact Terry Young, mobile general notary public work, Apostille Agent Services and Residential & Commercial Loan Services at 720-334-7733 or email terry@fyamobilenotary.com

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