Gordon Myse

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Gordon Myse is a former Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.

Biography[edit]

Myse was born in Kaukauna, Wisconsin in 1935.[1] He is a graduate of Beloit College and the University of Michigan Law School. Myse is married with three children.

Career[edit]

After being stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton while serving with the United States Navy Reserve, Myse began practicing law in Appleton, Wisconsin. He later became Family Court Commissioner of Outagamie County, Wisconsin. After returning to private practice for a time, he was appointed to the Court of Appeals by Governor Tony Earl in 1986. He would retire from full-time judiciary duties in 1999, but would remain on as a reserve judge.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gordon Myse". Wisconsin Court System. Retrieved 2011-11-26.