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2013 UGA Alumni Association Awards - Class Notes Extras
June 2013 Issue
2013 Alumni Merit Awards Norman Fletcher (AB ’56, JD ’58) was appointed to the Georgia Supreme Court in 1989 and became its chief justice in 2001, a position he would hold until he retired in 2005. He began his law practice in 1958 as an associate with Matthews, Maddox, Walton and Smith in Rome, Ga. In 1963, he became a special assistant attorney general in LaFayette, Ga., where he also served as city attorney and Walker County attorney. Fletcher was a 2002 UGA Blue Key Service Award recipient and in 1999 received the Harold G. Clarke Award from the Georgia Indigent Defense Counsel “in recognition of his long-term commitment and dedication to the cause of insuring equal justice for all of Georgia’s citizens.” Fletcher Jack Rooker (BBA ’60) served as chairman of both the UGA Foundation and the UGA Real Estate Foundation, which he helped to found. Rooker’s first job after graduation was with his family business, Southern Bonded Warehouse. He …
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