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2014

Former Judge Raup celebrates retirement from the practice of law. Here pictured with Judges Smith, Anderson, Gray and Brown

December 6, 2014 - Former President Judge Thomas Raup celebrates retirement from the practice of law. Here pictured with Judges Clinton Smith, Dudley Anderson, Richard Gray and Kenneth Brown.

The Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas, December 2014: (From left)  Judges Marc F. Lovecchio and Joy Reynolds McCoy; President Judge Nancy L. Butts; Judges Richard A. Gray and Dudley N. Anderson; Prothonotary Suzanne M. Fedele; Bailiff Phyllis F Guyette

The Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas, December 2014: (From left) Judges Marc F. Lovecchio and Joy Reynolds McCoy; President Judge Nancy L. Butts; Judges Richard A. Gray and Dudley N. Anderson. In front, Prothonotary Suzanne M. Fedele and Bailiff Phyllis F Guyette.

2010

Judge Marc Lovecchio taking the oath from Judge Butts                 Judge Nancy Butts speaking at the swearing in ceremony of Judges McCoy and Lovecchio.

Lycoming County welcomed two new judges at a ceremony on Monday, January 4, 2010. Judges Joy McCoy and Marc Lovecchio were sworn in by President Judge Nancy Butts at the Community Theater League Auditorium before a crowd that included county government leaders, as well as members of the bar, family members and the general public.

2004

Judge Kieser administering the oath to Judge Brown                  Judge Richard A. Gray taking the oath from Judge Brown

(Left)  Judge William S. Kieser administering the oath of office to new President Judge Kenneth D. Brown on January 5, 2004.  (Right)  Newly elected Judge Richard A. Gray taking the oath from Judge Brown.  Looking on - his wife Letty.

2002

Judge William S. Kieser taking the oath of office

Judge William S. Kieser taking the oath of office from President Judge Clinton W. Smith on January 2, 2002.  Observing - mother Rena Kieser and wife Ginny Kieser.  Joining Judge Smith on the bench, from left, Judge Nancy L. Butts, Judge Dudley N. Anderson and Judge Kenneth D. Brown.  Judge Brown had earlier given the oath of office to Judge Smith, now in his third term.