Governor fills 2 openings on Iowa Court of Appeals
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The governor has appointed judges to fill two openings on the Iowa Court of Appeals.
A news release sent Monday from her office said Gov. Kim Reynolds selected Sharon Greer and Judge David May.
Greer lives and practices law in Marshalltown and is a law college graduate from the University of Iowa. She replaces Christopher McDonald, whom the governor named to the Iowa Supreme Court earlier this year.
May, who lives in Polk City, received his law degree from Drake University. He’s a district court judge in District 5, which includes Polk County and Des Moines. He replaces Judge David Danilson, who retired.