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Jay Manning Abbey

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Jay Manning Abbey, American judge. Bar: Arizona 1960. Member of VFM, Kiwanis Lodge, Elks Lodge.

Background

Abbey, Jay Manning was born on March 21, 1932 in Columbus, Kansas, United States. Son of William and Virginia (Janes) Abbey.

Education

Bachelor, Arizona State University, 1957. Bachelor of Laws, University Arizona, 1960.

Career

City prosecutor, Tucson, 1962. Assistant city attorney, 1963—1964. Assistant utility director Arizona Corporation Committee, Phoenix, 1965—1966.

Special assistant attorney general Corporation Committee and Insurance Department, 1965—1967, acting director. Sole practice Phoenix and Pinetop, Arizona, 1969—1980. Judge Navajo County Superior Court, Holbrook, 1980—1993, Hopi Tribal Court, Hopi Court Appeals, Apache Tribal Court.

Member Judicial Condust Commission Navajo Nation, since 1988, Governor's Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Advisory Council, since 1981, Governor's Council on Children, Youth and Families, since 1984, Governor's Task Force on Child Abuse, since 1984. Member advisory council to Department of Children. Faculty judicial education State Arizona, since 1985.

Served with United States Army, 1951-1954, Korea.

Achievements

  • Bar: Arizona 1960.

Membership

Member of VFM, Kiwanis Lodge, Elks Lodge.

Connections

Married Anne M. McCormick, March 21, 1981. Children: Jay Christopher, William, Laura.

father:
William Abbey

mother:
Virginia (Janes) Abbey

spouse:
Anne M. McCormick

children:
Jay Christopher Abbey

William Abbey

Laura Abbey