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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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David Groner being
sworn in
by his wife, Wayne
County Circuit Court
Judge Amy Hathaway.
Her father Judge
William Hathaway,
retired from Detroit's
36th District Court
and her brother, Judge
Richard Hathaway of
the -Wayne County
Circuit Court, also
participated.

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Judge Groner with a tribute from the

State of Michigan.
"I just love this guy, he's such a great
human being," the governor effused as
she hugged the newly appointed judge.
"He has this great passion for justice,
wonderful energy and the desire to do
what is right," said Judge Mary Beth
Kelly, chief judge of the Wayne County
Circuit Court. "You don't just remember
David, you experience David."
David Groner's formal swearing in
ceremony was conducted by three judges
— his wife, her father and her brother.
"He's not only my husband now,
he's also my 'brother,"' joked Judge
Amy Hathaway, referring to the fact
that fellow judges are called brothers.
"I think it's great; our governor is a
genius. He'll make a wonderful asset
to our bench."

Rabbi's- Son

Judge Groner's parents,
Rabbi Irwin and Leypsa
Groner, and his brother,
Dr. Joel Groner of Chicago, Rabbi
Groner
presented the new judge
with his new robe.
Judge Groner credits his parents with
instilling him with the kind of Jewish
values that he brings to his new position.
,"I want to thank my mom and dad
for raising me with the morals and val-
ues that brought me to his day," he
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