FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - May 22, 1996
Lowry names Glenna Hall to King County
OLYMPIA - Gov. Mike Lowry today
named Seattle attorney and State Parks and Recreation Commissioner
Glenna Spitzer Hall to the King County Superior Court.
Hall, 56, graduated from the University of Washington Law School
in 1976 and has served as a family practice lawyer for 18 years.
Since 1990, she has also served as a pro tem commissioner on
the King County Family Law motions calendar, making decisions
on custody, property division and child support matters.
"Glenna Hall is a fair and intelligent person with a demonstrated
commitment to bettering her community," Lowry said. "She
will be an excellent addition to the King County bench."
From 1979-86, Hall was a member of the Seattle Board of Parks
Commissioners, which advises the caretakers of the Seattle parks
system. Since 1986, she has been a Washington State Parks and
Recreation Commissioner and served on the state team negotiating
ongoing Native American tribal shellfish litigation. Hall also
served as a member and past president of the Puget Sound Water
Quality Defense Fund and is a performer and board member of the
Seattle Symphony Chorale.
Hall replaces retiring Judge James Noe, effective July 1. She
will earn $99,015 annually and stands for election this fall.
For more information, contact the Governor's Communications Office at 360-753-6790.