Gov. Ned Lamont has nominated Judge Joan K. Alexander for associate justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court and Judge Hope C. Seeley as a judge of the state Appellate Court to succeed Alexander. Lamont announced 11 other nominations as well on Wednesday. The nominations of Alexander and Seeley, who is...
Gov. Ned Lamont on Wednesday nominated Joan K. Alexander to the Supreme Court, Hope Seeley to the Appellate and 11 others as new trial judges.
Governor Lamont Nominates Judge Joan Alexander to Supreme Court, Judge Hope Seeley to Appellate Court, and 11 Jurists to Superior Court
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is nominating Judge Joan K. Alexander of Cromwell to serve as an associate justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court; Judge Hope C. Seeley of Coventry to serve as a judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court; and 11 other jurists to serve as judges of the Connecticut Superior Court.
Longtime Hanford resident Joan Alexander passed away peacefully in her home on January 18, 2021 at the tender young age of 95. She had been in failing health for some time, natural to someone of her advanced age, but was lively and involved till near the end. Family members were at her side.