Several attorneys in Orleans County state their support for Sanford Church as next county judge

Posted 10 October 2017 at 12:32 pm


We, being the attorneys residing and practicing law in Orleans County, wholeheartedly support and endorse Sandy Church for Orleans County Judge.

Sandy has the knowledge, experience and qualifications necessary to fill this crucially important judicial post in our great County.

As a lifelong resident, he has deep roots in Orleans County and has been outstanding in his professional and community service.  He has earned, and enjoys, the highest respect from both his fellow attorneys and from the community at large. Sandy has dedicated the entirety of his 32 years at the practice of law on behalf of the children, families, and good people of Orleans County.   He is highly qualified to serve as judge in County Court, Family Court, Surrogates Court and Supreme Court.

In Sandy’s early career, he served in the District Attorney’s Offices under then District Attorney James Punch, and with the current District Attorney, Joseph Cardone. Sandy has served the past 20 years as the Orleans County Public Defender and continues to have a great working relationship with the District Attorney’s office as well as all Judges and Magistrates in our County.

We are confident that the residents of Orleans County can trust and rely on Sandy Church to fairly and honorably protect them as our County Judge.  We strongly urge all of our Orleans County neighbors and citizens to give this exceptional and worthy candidate their full support and their vote in the upcoming election.

Hon. James P. Punch, retired

Thomas C. Mack, Esq.

Nathan D. Pace, Esq.

Douglas Heath, Esq.

Lance Mark, Esq.

Jeffrey Martin, Esq.

Dana A. Graber, Esq.

Conrad Cropsey, Esq.

Michael O’Keefe, Esq.

John Gavenda, Esq.

Edward Grabowski, Esq.

Andrew Meier, Esq.

David Schubel, Esq.

Kim Hinkley, Esq.

James Bell, Esq.

Joanne Best, Esq.

Kevin Allen, Esq.

Larry R. Koss, Esq.