Stepter retiring from Municipal Court


Paula Stepter (front row, far right), who has served as a clerk/typist at the Washington C.H. Municipal Court since 2008, is retiring. Her last day at the court will be this Monday. “It’s been a lot of fun,” she said. “I worked with many great people.” Prior to the Municipal Court, the Washington C.H. native worked with the Fayette County Prosecutor’s Victim Witness Division from 2003-08. Prior to that, she worked for the Washington C.H. City Schools for 17 years. Stepter has four children, Treva Wilson, Dennis Haithcock, Erika Givens and Glendon Haithcock; two daughters-in-law, Sonia Haithcock and Miranda Bailey; one son-in-law, Ronald Givens; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Stepter said she plans to travel and spend more time with her family during retirement.


Paula Stepter (front row, far right), who has served as a clerk/typist at the Washington C.H. Municipal Court since 2008, is retiring. Her last day at the court will be this Monday. “It’s been a lot of fun,” she said. “I worked with many great people.” Prior to the Municipal Court, the Washington C.H. native worked with the Fayette County Prosecutor’s Victim Witness Division from 2003-08. Prior to that, she worked for the Washington C.H. City Schools for 17 years. Stepter has four children, Treva Wilson, Dennis Haithcock, Erika Givens and Glendon Haithcock; two daughters-in-law, Sonia Haithcock and Miranda Bailey; one son-in-law, Ronald Givens; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Stepter said she plans to travel and spend more time with her family during retirement.

Paula Stepter (front row, far right), who has served as a clerk/typist at the Washington C.H. Municipal Court since 2008, is retiring. Her last day at the court will be this Monday. “It’s been a lot of fun,” she said. “I worked with many great people.” Prior to the Municipal Court, the Washington C.H. native worked with the Fayette County Prosecutor’s Victim Witness Division from 2003-08. Prior to that, she worked for the Washington C.H. City Schools for 17 years. Stepter has four children, Treva Wilson, Dennis Haithcock, Erika Givens and Glendon Haithcock; two daughters-in-law, Sonia Haithcock and Miranda Bailey; one son-in-law, Ronald Givens; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Stepter said she plans to travel and spend more time with her family during retirement.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_PrankPhoto.jpgPaula Stepter (front row, far right), who has served as a clerk/typist at the Washington C.H. Municipal Court since 2008, is retiring. Her last day at the court will be this Monday. “It’s been a lot of fun,” she said. “I worked with many great people.” Prior to the Municipal Court, the Washington C.H. native worked with the Fayette County Prosecutor’s Victim Witness Division from 2003-08. Prior to that, she worked for the Washington C.H. City Schools for 17 years. Stepter has four children, Treva Wilson, Dennis Haithcock, Erika Givens and Glendon Haithcock; two daughters-in-law, Sonia Haithcock and Miranda Bailey; one son-in-law, Ronald Givens; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Stepter said she plans to travel and spend more time with her family during retirement.
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