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nyone who gets into a dis-
pute at the Groner-
Hathaway dinner table will
have no shortage of judicial
expertise to resolve the matter.
Last month, David Groner was
appointed by Gov. Jennifer Granholm as
judge in the Wayne County Circuit
Court in Detroit, where he joins his wife,
Judge Amy Hathaway, who has served in
the same court for the past nine years.
The couple reside in Grosse Pointe.
Judge Groner's investiture took place
on April 29 at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek in Southfield, where his father,
Rabbi Irwin Groner, presides.
Judge Groner, who is 45, was appoint-
ed to fill a vacancy left by the retirement
of Judge Robert Evans. He had previ-
ously been in private practice in Wayne
County, where he concentrated on crim-
inal, juvenile and probate law.
"When the governor called me with
the news, I was overwhelmed, very
grateful and humbled," said Judge
Groner. "It's a tremendous feeling; it
Pomp and circumstance were the
order of the day as the audience rose
while 65 judges from various courts
throughout the state walked down the
aisle in their judicial robes.
"The last time there were so many
judges in one place, it was in
Jerusalem and they were the
Sanhedrin," quipped Rabbi Groner.
Although David is the first judge in
the Groner family, his wife
comes from a family of
jurists. Her father, who was
present to help swear in his
son-in-law, is Judge
William Hathaway,-who is
retired from Detroit's 36th
District Court. Amy's
brother, who acted as mas-
ter of ceremonies for the
investiture, is Judge Richard Hathaway
of the Wayne County Circuit Court,
where her cousin, Judge Michael
Hathaway, also serves.
"This is a day of great joy," began
Judge Richard HathaWay, "actually it's
a day of great nachas."
Gov. Jennifer Granholm presented