Supreme Court appoints Liberty High School grad Stephanie Bond to Director's Position

By Local News | July 01, 2017
Stephanie Bond will be the new Director of Probation Services starting July 24, Supreme Court Chief Justice Allen H. Loughry II announced Wednesday, June 28.

Bond has been the director of the executive branch’s Division of Juvenile Services since July 1, 2014, after serving as interim director beginning in February 2013. She previously served as Superintendent of the Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Juvenile Center in Davis.

Bond replaces Mike Lacy, who will retire June 30 after spending 15 years as director and 30 years total working in the Probation Services Division.

“We will definitely miss Mike and we wish him well in his retirement,” Chief Justice Loughry said. “Mike dedicated his career to improving probation in West Virginia and leaves behind an impressive legacy.

“Stephanie Bond has a wealth of experience and a deep respect for probation officers and the people the division serves,” Chief Justice Loughry continued. “Her reputation for fairness and strong leadership skills is well-known throughout the state, and we are excited to have her join our judicial family.”


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