Judge Eunice Hagler stepped down as Probate Judge of Dale County in January, after 54 years of dedicated service. Judge Hagler, who started her career as a probate clerk at the age of 18, was quickly promoted to chief probate clerk. In that capacity, she ably assisted four probate judges over the course of 39 years. In 1999, she was appointed by the Governor as probate judge following the death of Judge Floyd Johnston. Judge Hagler became the first female to serve as probate judge and chairman of the Dale County Commission.
You can ask any lawyer in Dale County and they will tell you that Judge Eunice Hagler was a true public servant who carried out her duties with honor, fairness, and integrity. Everybody in Dale County, and especially all of the lawyers, will miss Judge Hagler. All of us at Beasley Allen wish for Judge Hagler a happy and rewarding retirement. Her exemplary service is a good example for all who hold public office. Incidentally, Judge Hagler is the great-aunt of Chad Stewart, a lawyer in our firm.
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