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State Court Judge Nancy Bills honored for decade on bench, 20 years of service
State Court Judge Nancy Bills and Conyers Mayor Randy Mills - photo by Submitted Photo

Rockdale County State Court Judge Nancy N. Bills was recognized by the Conyers City Council and the Rockdale County Board of Commissioners for her 10 years of service on the bench and 20 years cumulative years of service to the community.

Conyers Mayor Randy Mills presented Judge Bills with a proclamation citing many of her accomplishments and declaring that February 4, 2015 as Judge Nancy N. Bills Appreciation Day.

Mills described how Judge Bills was selected as the Georgia Commission on Family Violence Task Force Member of the Year in 2013, that she has disposed in excess of 150,000 cases during her career, and that she averages approximately 235 court sessions a year. He also commented that she has served as President of the Rotary Club, on the United Way Metropolitan Atlanta Board, and as a leader in Celebrate Recovery at Crosspoint Christian Church.

Judge Bills expressed her gratitude to the Mayor and the Council Members for the recognition. She continued that it is a pleasure to serve the citizens of Conyers and Rockdale County and looks forward to building on the foundation laid over the last 10 years.

On Tuesday, the Board of Commissioners recognized Judge Bills for not only 10 years on the bench, but 20 cumulative years of service to Rockdale County.

Her re-election committee will host an event at the Cherokee Run Golf Club Thursday night, starting at 6:30 p.m., to celebrate Judge Bills' accomplishments. For more information, go to her campaign Facebook page, "Judge Nancy N. Bills"