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County court system administrator retiring after nearly three decades of service

December 26, 2011

BROOKVILLE — The chief administrator for Jefferson County Court system is ready to call it a career when, at the end of the month, after 27 years of serving the county in various capacities, she will retire.

Patricia Ellis, Jefferson County Court System administrator, first worked for District Judge George Miller's office. After that, she worked with adult and juvenile probation.

After the two departments split, she worked for juvenile probation, then as the judicial secretary under Judge Edwin Snyder.

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December 26, 2011

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