Last Tuesday, the Eighth Judicial District lost a legal leader.
Chancellor Billy Joe White died at the age of 76.
He had presided over the district since 1977 after being appointed by then Gov. Ray Blanton. Following the end of his appointment White was re-elected to the bench four times.
“He was so unique,” said Bill Archer, who has served as the clerk and master in Campbell County for over 30 years. Archer said he had the privilege of sitting beside White on the bench through many cases.
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