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Bobay appointed Allen Superior judge

Bobay

INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Mike Pence today appointed Craig J. Bobay to Allen Superior Court.

The appointment of Bobay will fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Family Relations Division Judge Stephen M. Sims in April and subsequent transfer of Civil Division Judge Daniel G. Heath to the Family Relations Division.

Bobay currently serves as Allen Circuit Court magistrate.

“Craig Bobay is uniquely qualified to serve on the Allen County Superior Court, a court system in which he has played a valuable and integral role for more than 20 years,” Pence said. “I am confident Craig’s academic background, experience, integrity, and heart for his community will enable him to continue to be a strong leader for Allen County and Indiana as he assumes his new role as Superior Court Judge.”

The Allen County Judicial Nominating Commission submitted Bobay’s name along with Allen Superior Court Magistrate Jennifer DeGroote and Michael Michmerhuizen, a partner at Barrett & McNagny.

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