Governor Scott Walker Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice N. Patrick Crooks
Governor Scott Walker issued Executive Order #176 today ordering the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Wisconsin be flown at half-staff in memory of state Supreme Court Justice N. Patrick Crooks.
Governor Scott Walker issued Executive Order #176 today ordering the Flag of the United States of America and the Flag of the State of Wisconsin be flown at half-staff in memory of state Supreme Court Justice N. Patrick Crooks, who passed away on Monday.
“For almost two decades, Justice Crooks demonstrated his commitment to the citizens of Wisconsin through his service on the state Supreme Court,” Governor Walker said. “His service extended beyond the bench as well, as Justice Crooks also proudly served his country as an officer in the U.S. Army. I am deeply sorry to hear of his passing, and Tonette and I offer our thoughts and prayers to his family and friends at this difficult time.”
Justice Crooks was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 1996 and again in 2006. He had previously served 19 years on the bench in Brown County and served as a U.S. Army officer at the Pentagon from 1964 to 1966. He also worked in private practice and taught business law at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Press Releases by Scott Walker
Governor Walker Joins in Announcing Colbert Packaging Corporation to Establish Operations in KenoshaOct 18th, 2016 by Scott Walker
Manufacturer expected to bring more than 100 new jobs to Wisconsin
Governor Scott Walker today sent a letter to President Barack Obama requesting a federal disaster declaration for 12 western Wisconsin counties after torrential rains and flash floods last month caused more than $11 million in damage.
Deadline to seek WEDC Fabrication Laboratories grant is December 15
Governor Walker Discusses Local Transportation Funding at the Wisconsin Towns Association Annual ConventionOct 10th, 2016 by Scott Walker
The Department of Transportation (DOT) budget proposal submitted to Governor Walker last month represents the largest year-to-year change in local aids since Calendar Years 1999 and 2000.