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In Memoriam

24th JDC Domestic Commissioner Craig J. Cimo

24th JDC Commissioner Craig J. Cimo, 61, died Wednesday, July 6, 2005. He earned his undergraduate degree from Loyola University in 1967, graduating with cum laude honors, and his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University School of Law in 1967, also graduating cum laude and earning the Dean’s Award. He was in the private practice of law from 1967 until 1999 and was appointed Domestic Commissioner for the 24th JDC in November, 1999 and took his oath in February, 2000. Prior to serving as commissioner, he was an assistant parish attorney for Jefferson Parish, 1976-1996, served as city magistrate, City of Harahan, 1991-1994, also sitting ad hoc in 1995 and 1997, was commissioned as a reserve police officer in Harahan in 1983 and served as legal advisor to the Harahan Police Department on a pro bono basis. He also served as a volunteer instructor for the Louisiana Center for Law and Civic Education’s Teen Camp on Violence Prevention at Loyola Law School. He was a member of national legal fraternity Phi Alpha Delta, the American, Louisiana State and Jefferson Parish Bar Associations and the American Jurisprudence Society.

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