Bar association acknowledges magistrate on her retirement.

April 15, 2019

Bar association acknowledges magistrate on her retirement.

Letter to the Editor By Jordan Miller, president, Mason-Lake Bar Association.

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The Mason-Lake Bar Association wishes to acknowledge 79th District Court Magistrate Paddy Baker as she prepares for her retirement, effective May 3, following many dedicated years of service to the citizens of Mason County.  We wish Paddy well in her future endeavors.

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Succeeding Magistrate Baker will be Glenn Jackson III, former Mason County Chief Assistant Prosecutor.  Lauren Kreinbrink, a Ludington native and former assistant prosecutor in Manistee, will fill the vacancy in the Mason County Prosecutor’s office.  We wish Glenn and Lauren the best in their new roles.

The Mason-Lake Bar Association is comprised of attorneys in the two-county area who are actively engaged in the practice of law and who have a residence in one of the counties.  Its mission is to discuss and resolve common problems of interest in the legal practice, to promote the effective administration of justice, and to gather and disseminate information on issues that have an impact on the practice of law, all in an effort to better serve the citizens.  The Association, which was established in the early 1980s, includes private attorneys, prosecutors, and Judges.

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