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Five candidates want the job as Bisbee's next city magistrate: Adam Ambrose of Bisbee, Richard Boyer of Hereford, Joseph Ferlanto of Tucson, Robert Iannone of Sierra Vista, and Joseph Mendoza of Sierra Vista.
...Robert Iannone, 2425 E. Sauk Court, Sierra Vista, received his law degree from the University of Missouri. From 1971-1977, Iannone practiced law and functioned as a part-time prosecutor for Jackson County, Mo. Between 1977-1993, Iannone served as an associate circuit court judge appointed by the governor of Missouri, according to his application.
years on the bench, Iannone
was charged with jurisdiction over civil, domestic and criminal matters, both felony and misdemeanor.Iannone
also heard cases involving appeals from lower court rulings about city and county violations, housing violations, traffic and city drug offenses, according to his
This is Iannone's second bid to become Bisbee's
also applied for the position when it was last open, but lost the bid for the job.
Survivors include her husband of 31 years, Judge Robert Iannone, Roseburg, Oregon; stepdaughters Lesly Iannone, Denver, Colorado; and Gabriella Iannone, Austin, Texas; sister, Earlene Phillips, Ottawa; brother, Malcolm "Bud" (Judy) Blair, Ellensburg, Washington; nephews, Jim (Liz) Phillips, Lawrence; Roger (Saundra) Phillips, Ottawa; Rick Phillips, Ottawa; and Jeff Blair, Yakima, Washington; and niece Kristen Blair, West Pasco, Washington; plus numerous extended family and friends.
Pat is preceded in death by her parents Robert
& Marietta Blum.