22nd circuit commission releases demographic, interviewee, meeting information for Riley circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis

11 May 2017
ST. LOUIS – Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 10.28(d), the Twenty-Second Circuit Judicial Commission releases the following information relating to applicants for the circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge John J. Riley: 34 applicants, 18 women, 16 men, 10 minority, 24 non-minorities, 22 presently employed in the private sector and 12 presently employed in the public sector. The applicants' mean age is 47.

Also pursuant to Rule 10.28(d), the commission announces it will interview all 34 applicants:

Deborah M. Bird

Heather J. Hays

Timothy J. Boyer

Craig K. Higgins

Michael A. Brockland

Heather Highland

David A. Bruns

Teneil L. Kellerman

Theresa Counts Burke

Jessica W. Kennedy

Steven J. Capizzi

Levell D. Littleton

Mary Pat Carl

Patrick L. Mickey

Suzette Carlisle

Joan K. Miller

Francisco J. Carretero

Scott A. Millikan

Nicole Colbert-Botchway

Lynne R. Perkins

Michael J. Colona

Deborah L. Price

Madeline O. Connolly

David A. Roither

Katharyn B. Davis

Jason M. Sengheiser

Matthew J. Devoti

Calea F. Stovall-Ried

Katherine M. Fowler

Larry D. Thomason, Jr.

Micah D. Hall

Lisl E. Williams

Bridget L. Halquist

Clinton R. Wright

The commission will meet beginning at 9 a.m. May 30, 2017, at the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, located at 815 Olive, 3rd floor, St. Louis, Missouri, to conduct public interviews to select three nominees from this applicant pool for the governor’s consideration. The public is invited to attend and observe the interviews.

The members of the Twenty-Second Circuit Judicial Commission are: Philip M. Hess, chief judge of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District; Bryan J. Sanger, Rita Burlison, Andre' Harris, and Thomas Neill. 


Contact: Laura Roy, clerk of court
Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District
(314) 539-4300