Revoir Declares Candidacy For County Judge
Published: March 12th, 2012
By: Jeff Genung

Revoir declares candidacy for county judge

NORWICH – Local attorney Frank Revoir Jr. announced his candidacy today for the office of Chenango County, Surrogate and Family Court Judge, an elected position held for the last 12 years by the Hon. W. Howard Sullivan, who is retiring this year.

“Following in the footsteps of such a well respected and admired man will be no easy task,” said Revoir, a Republican. “I can only hope to earn the same level of respect and admiration as Judge Sullivan earned in his tenure.”

Born and raised in Chenango County, Revoir began his legal career as a law clerk in the very court over which he seeks to preside. For the past 16 years, he has served as a prosecutor with the Chenango County Attorney’s Office, and also serves as an attorney in criminal defense, estates and family court. He operates a law practice from an office on Elm Street in Norwich.

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