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Judge William Skow of Toledo; one of the good guys

 

Judge William Skow sat on the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas for many years before he was elected to the 6th District Court of Appeals.
 
My first experience with Judge William Skow took place in January 1988 when he was assigned to a case wherein so-called attorney David R. Pheils, Jr. sued my wife claiming he was entitled to 30% of all medical payments made on her behalf by Nationwide Ins. Co. until she died.
 
Although Judge William Skow entered one or more rulings that I wasn’t pleased with, in hindsight I had to admit that he was right on the law. Could I have or should I have expected more?
 
Judge William Skow’s demeanor during his time on this case forever cemented my opinion that he was not only an intellectual giant, but that his ethics could not be questioned under any circumstances.
 
It is indeed a shame that Judge William Skow never sought as a justice on the Ohio Supreme Court and/or as Chief Justice. Had he done so and been elected, I can assure that my entire fellow Ohioans would have been much better off.
 
Sadly, Judge William Skow passed away in May 2010. This is a monumental loss for the good citizens residing with the counties that comprise the 6th District Court of Appeals. Suffice it to say that he will be missed.
 
Conclusion
 
Unfortunately, retired visiting Judge Stephen Yarbrough (aka, Ohio’s Chief Thief) is running for Judge William Skow’s seat. To suggest that Judge Yarbrough is qualified to replace Judge Skow is an obscenity.
 
If Yarbrough were to succeed in scamming the voters and citizens in the greater Toledo area to vote for him, then they will assuredly rue the day they so acted.
 
 
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