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Two Western Kansas Judges Apply For Supreme Court Vacancy
09/01/2010
 

Thirteen persons applied by the noon deadline today to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court that was created by the retirement of former Chief Justice Robert E. Davis.

The Supreme Court Nominating Commission will interview applicants for the position on September 27 and 28, and then submit three names to Governor Mark Parkinson for appointment.

Applying are:

Karen Arnold-Burger Judge Overland Park

Michael B. Buser Judge Overland Park

Nancy L. Caplinger Judge Topeka

Jeffery L. Carmichael Lawyer Valley Center

Robert J. Frederick Judge Lakin

Cynthia F. Grimes Lawyer Lawrence

Jeffry L. Jack Judge Parsons

Donald D. Jarrett Lawyer Leawood

Thomas E. Malone Judge Topeka

Robb W. Rumsey Judge Wichita

Kim R. Schroeder Judge Hugoton

Steven P. Smith Lawyer Wichita

Merlin G. Wheeler Judge Emporia

Members of the Nominating Commission include Anne E. Burke, chairman, Overland Park; Kerry E. McQueen, Liberal; Janet A. Juhnke, Salina; Patricia E. Riley and Dale E. Cushinberry, both of Topeka; Matthew D. Keenan, Leawood; Katherine DeBruce, Shawnee

Mission; and Jay F. Fowler and Paul F. Babich, both of Wichita.

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