Friday, September 25, 2015
Kiry K. Gray Named Clerk of Central District U.S. Court
By a MetNews Staff Writer
The United States District Court for the Central District of California said yesterday that Kiry K. Gray has been appointed clerk of the court.
Gray has been the acting clerk since July, when she was named to fill the post following Terry Nafisi’s retirement.
Gray has been an employee of the court since 1985, when she was hired for a temporary position in the Jury Department in 1985. “Ms. Gray’s dedication to the Court and work ethic earned her many promotions over her tenure and she rose to several management positions early in her career, including being named the Assistant Supervisor in the Criminal Section in 1987, the Assistant Deputy-in-Charge for the Southern Division in 1990 and the Deputy-in-Charge of the Eastern Division in 1993, a position she held until earlier this year,” the court said in a release.
The Central District of California is comprised of the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo. It serves approximately 19.6 million people – nearly half the population of the state of California, the release noted.
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