Thursday, February 27, 2003
Superior Court Official Jack LeVan Slates Departure
By a MetNews Staff Writer
Jack LeVan, Judicial Services Bureau chief for the Los Angeles Superior Court, will retire next month after working for the local trial courts for more than 39 years.
“I’m going to Disneyland,” LeVan quipped yesterday. Actually, he explained, he intends to devote more time to his hobbies, notably photography.
LeVan, who said his last day at work will be March 28, was named to his present position when the local trials courts unified three years ago. He previously held a similar role with the Los Angeles Municipal Court, where he started work in November 1963, the day after President Kennedy’s funeral, he recalled.
“I love this job, but it’s time,” he said.
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