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SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 36
FLOOR AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE
(Proposed by Senator Stolle
on February 19, 2003)
(Patron Prior to Substitute--Senator Stolle)
Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.

RESOLVED by the Senate, That the following persons are hereby nominated to be elected to the respective general district court judgeships as follows:

Alfred M. Tripp, Esquire, of Norfolk, as a judge of the Fourth Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

Bruce A. Wilcox, Esquire, of Norfolk, as a judge of the Fourth Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

Alfred O. Masters, Jr., Esquire, of Newport News, as a judge of the Seventh Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

Gary A. Mills, Esquire, of Newport News, as a judge of the Seventh Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

Bryant L. Sugg, Esquire, of Newport News, as a judge of the Seventh Judicial District for a term of six years commencing July 1, 2003.

Colleen K. Killilea, Esquire, of James City County, as a judge of the Ninth Judicial District for a term of six years commencing November 1, 2003.

George Mason, III, Esquire, of Westmoreland, as a judge of the Fifteenth Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

Gordon F. Willis, Esquire, of Fredericksburg, as a judge of the Fifteenth Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

William J. Minor, Jr., Esquire, of Fairfax, as a judge of the Nineteenth Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.

G. Carter Greer, Esquire, of Martinsville, as a judge of the Twenty-first Judicial District for a term of six years commencing November 1, 2003.

Gino W. Williams, Esquire, of Floyd, as a judge of the Twenty-seventh Judicial District for a term of six years commencing April 1, 2003.


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