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Gov. Reynolds appoints two to Iowa Court of Appeals

The courtroom for the Iowa Court of Appeals at the Iowa Judicial Building in Des Moines on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. (The Gazette)
The courtroom for the Iowa Court of Appeals at the Iowa Judicial Building in Des Moines on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. (The Gazette)

Gov. Kim Reynolds has appointed two judges to serve on the Iowa Court of Appeals, her office announced Saturday.

Sharon Soorholtz Greer, of Marshalltown, will fill the vacancy created when Reynolds appointed Justice Christopher McDonald to the Iowa Supreme Court earlier this year. Greer received her undergraduate degree from Iowa State University and law degree from the University of Iowa College of Law, according to a news release. She currently practices law with Cartwright, Druker and Ryden in Marshalltown.

David May, of Polk City, will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge David Danilson. May received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and law degree from Drake University Law School, according to the news release. He currently serves as a District Court judge in Judicial Election District 5C, and previously practiced law with Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor and Fairgrave P.C. in Des Moines.

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