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Judge Michael N. Annis has died

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The flags will fly at half-staff in Columbia County in recognition of the community’s loss on Nov. 28 death of Superior Court Judge Michael N. Annis.

Annis served 16 years as a superior court judge handling criminal, civil and domestic matters in Richmond, Columbia and Burke counties until annou...

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3 COMMENTS

  1. “He was always friendly, congenital and wore a smile on his face,” Blanchard said. “A true gentleman in every sense of the word. He was (also) always prepared for court and pronounced fair decisions.”

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  2. My brother Mike thought that being a Superior Court Judge was a huge responsibility and also a way to give great service to the community. Mike respected everyone involved in the cases and that showed in his quality of work. I, and the family greatly appreciate the wonderful notes and messages of condolence coming our way. God Bless Mike and God Bless America.

  3. I was blessed to know Mike Annis, if only for a little while. I will remember the lunch we recently enjoyed together and it is very clear just looking at his wife and his family that he made an impact on the future. We will see each other again!

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