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Officials Take Oath of Office

By Joel Washburn
washburn@mckenziebanner.com
Posted 9/6/22

HUNTINGDON (September 1) — Recently elected and reelected officials of Carroll County and members of the judiciary, who serve the 24th Judicial District were administered the oath of office on Thursday, September 1, 1:30 p.m. at the Carroll County Courthouse.

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Officials Take Oath of Office

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HUNTINGDON (September 1) — Recently elected and reelected officials of Carroll County and members of the judiciary, who serve the 24th Judicial District were administered the oath of office on Thursday, September 1, 1:30 p.m. at the Carroll County Courthouse.
 
Newly elected circuit court judges Brent Bradberry and Bruce Griffey, Chancellor Vicki Hoover, Sheriff Andy Dickson, and Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler were administered the oath of office by Roger A. Page, Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court. Each was administered the oath individually.
 
County-wide officials followed with each administered the oath by newly inducted General Sessions Judge Michael King.
 
Taking the oath were Sarah Bradberry, Circuit Court Clerk; Darlene Kirk, County Clerk; Paula Bolen, Trustee; Natalie Porter, Register of Deeds; Rita Jones, Property Assessor; Ricky Scott, Road Commissioner and Ronnie Wade, Road Commissioner. New District Attorney Neil Thompson was in attendance but was administered the oath of office earlier in the day.
 
Sarah Bradberry administered the oath of office to her deputy clerks.
 
Circuit Judge Brent Bradberry administered the oaths of office to the county commissioners. The commissioners all took the oath at the same time. A few commissioners were absent and will be administered the oath at a later time.
 
Commissioners include District 1: Darrell Ridgely, Randy Long and Jimmy Halford; District 2: Lana Suite and Daniel Willman; District 3: Larry Spencer and Joey Simmons; District 4: Lin Smith and Daniel Thomas; District 5: Barry Mac Murphy, Joey Darnall and Cyril Ostiguy; District 6: Jimmy McClure and Philip Moore; District 7: Manuel Crossno and Walter Smothers; District 8: Willie Huffman and Jay Phipps (absent); and District 9: John Austin, Spiros Roditis (absent) and Jason R. Martin.
 
All the reelected and newly elected officials began their terms of office on September 1. All terms are four years, except for the judges - circuit, chancellor and general sessions, who serve eight-year terms.

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