Her experience shows Leamon great choice for probate judge
I would like to express my support and enthusiasm for Beth Ladwig Leamon, the endorsed Democratic candidate for the position of Judge of Probate in the towns of Groton, Ledyard, North Stonington and Stonington. I have known Beth and her family for almost 50 years. Recently, when my husband Roger Panciera passed away, she guided me and my family through the estate settlement process efficiently and with great compassion. It was an extremely difficult time for us all and it was comforting to have someone with her legal expertise at our side. I am confident that she will bring the same high degree of experience, knowledge and caring to the probate bench. I wholeheartedly support her nomination for Judge of Probate, and I know that if Roger were here he would do so as well.
I urge readers to vote for Beth in the upcoming primary on Aug. 11.
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