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Gov. Hickenlooper announces Boards and Commissions appointments

DENVER — Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 — Gov. John Hickenlooper announced several Boards and Commissions appointments today. The appointments were to the State Commission of Judicial Performance; the 1st through 15th Judicial District judicial nominating commissions; and the 17th through 22nd Judicial District judicial nominating commissions.

 

The State Commission of Judicial Performance provides voters with fair, responsible and constructive evaluations of judges and justices seeking retention. The results also provide judges with information to help improve their professional skills as judicial officers. There is one commission in each of the 22 judicial districts and one state commission. Each commission consists of 10 volunteer citizen members: six non-attorneys and four attorneys. Appointments to the commission are made by the Chief Justice, Governor, Speaker of the House and President of the Senate. The members appointed for terms effective Dec. 1, 2013 and expiring Nov. 30, 2017:

  • Roland Williams of Westcliffe, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • David Kaplan of Denver, to serve as an attorney, reappointed.

 

Colorado’s 22 judicial districts have judicial district performance commissions that provide voters with fair, responsible and constructive evaluations of judges and justices seeking retention. The results also provide judges with information to help improve their professional skills as judicial officers. District Commissions evaluate the performance of county and district court judges in their judicial district during the judge’s current term of office, which is the past two years for new (provisional) judges, the past four years for county court judges, and the past six years for district court judges.The governor has made appointments to these 22 judicial performance commissions. The members appointed for terms effective Dec. 1, 2013 and expiring on Nov. 30, 2017:

 

1st Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Julie Shaw of Black Hawk, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Anne Schafer of Black Hawk, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

2nd Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Leslie N. Herod of Denver, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

3rd Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Lola Spradley of La Veta, to serve as a non-attorney.

  • Sharon Vezzani of Walsenburg, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

4th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Thomas “T.C.” Dantzler Jr. of Peyton, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

     

  • Jody Alyn of Colorado Springs, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

5th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

The member appointed with a term effective immediately and expiring Nov. 30, 2013:

  • Thomas Marmins of Silverthorne, to serve as a non-attorney and occasioned by the resignation of Arleen Sandberg of Aurora.

Members appointed for terms effective Dec. 1, 2013 and expiring Nov. 30, 2017:

  • Thomas Marmins of Silverthorne, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

     

  • Emily Tracy of Breckenridge, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

6th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Julie Abril of Durango,to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Carrie “Cissy” Anderson of Durango, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

7th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Dawn Delany of Gunnison, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

     

  • Donald Mort of Ouray, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

8th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Anne Wilseck of Fort Collins, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Rex Shaw of Walden, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

 9th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Patricia Blakey of New Castle, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • John Real of Glenwood Springs, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

10th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Leslie Reindollar of Colorado City, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Margaret Redmond of Pueblo, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

11th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Louise Fish of Salida, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • John Johnston of Westcliffe, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

12th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Avery Augur of Creede, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Robert Pacheco of Manassa, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

13th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Thomas Parks of Yuma, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Loren Sharp of Fort Morgan, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

14th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • John Daughenbaugh of Steamboat Springs, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Lynn Abbott of Steamboat Springs, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

15th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Brenda Stoker of Eads, to serve as a non-attorney.

     

  • Regina Dorenkamp of Holly, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

17th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Lori Ella of Northglenn, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

  • LuzMaria Banuelos-Shearer of Brighton, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

18th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Irma Carrera of Lone Tree, to serve as a non-attorney.

  • Susan Thornton of Littleton, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

19th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Judy Boker of Greeley, to serve as a non-attorney.

  • Kathleen Milligan of Greeley, to serve as a non-attorney.

 

20th Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Graham Billingsley of Boulder, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

  • Michelle Murphy of Boulder, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

21st Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Kimberly Bullen of Grand Junction, to serve as a non-attorney.

  • William Wade of Grand Junction, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

22nd Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission:

  • Travis Morgan of Towaoc, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

  • Leslie Taylor of Cahone, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.

 

For more information on Boards and Commissions, click here or e-mail gov_officeofboardsandcommissions@state.co.us.

 

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