Colorado State Archives
Executive Orders from the Administration of Governor Bill Owens 1999-2005
Tuesday, March 21, 2000
Amy Jewett Sampson
OWENS APPOINTS FIVE NEW MEMBERS TO JUDICIAL DISTRICT PERFORMANCE COMMISSIONS
DENVER Governor Bill Owens recently appointed five new members to the following Judicial District (J.D.) Performance Commissions: 20th J.D., Jay L. Harbour of Longmont; 22nd J.D., James R. Beisel, Jr. of Cortez; 13th J.D., Michael K. Singer of Sterling; 11th J.D., Alan L. Sulzenfuss of Salida; and Seventh J.D., John A. Brooks of Montrose.
Jay Harbour will serve on the 20th J.D. Performance Commission as a non-attorney member. Harbour is a retired airline pilot and the former chairman of the Airline Pilots Association.
James Beisel will serve on the 22nd J.D. Performance Commission as an attorney member. Beisel serves as a partner and the president at the law firm of Dyer, Dilts, Beisel & Starr, P.C. He received his juris doctorate from Gonzaga University of Law in Spokane, Washington.
Michael Singer will serve on the 13th J.D. Performance Commission as an attorney member. Singer is a partner in the law firm of Arnold, Ross and Singer, LLP. He received his juris doctorate from the University of Denver College of Law.
Alan Sulzenfuss will serve on the 11th J.D. Performance Commission as an attorney member. Sulzenfuss is an attorney and is a former member of the board of governors for the Colorado Bar Association. He received his law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law.
John Brooks will serve on the Seventh J.D. Performance Commission as an attorney member. Brooks is an attorney with the law firm of Brooks & Brooks, LLC. He received his juris doctorate from the University of Mississippi.
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