OAM News

Several New OAM Board Members

October 9, 2017

As a result of the 2017 OAM Election as well as some retirements and vacancies, a host of new Magistrates have joined the OAM Board.  Deborah Drexler of Allen and Mercer County Common Pleas Courts is the new Third District Representative replacing Erica Gordon (who stays on as Ethics Chair); …

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Mark Huberman Retires and Becomes OAM Administator

July 3, 2017

On June 30, 2017, OAM Past President Mark Huberman retired from his position as Chief Magistrate of the Mahoning County Domestic Relations Court to become the new Administrator of the OAM — succeeding Sandy Clary, who along with her husband Tom Shutt, served the OAM with distinction dating back to …

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Tom Shutt Receives OAM President’s Award

October 3, 2014

During the 2014 OAM Annual Meeting, President Nancy McMillen presented the OAM President’s Award to Tom Shutt who has served with distinction as OAM administrator dating back to 1993. Tom’s wife, Sandy Clary, has now assumed those duties.

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Brandie Swickrath is First Recipient of Sendry Memorial Scholarship

October 3, 2014

Magistrate Brandie Swickrath of the Allen County Juvenile Court was the inaugural recipient of the Doug Sendry Memorial Scholarship, a special award set up in memory of Past-President and long-time OAM Ethics and Education Chair, Doug Sendry, of the Portage County Domestic Relations Court. Magistrate Swickrath will receive a stipend …

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