Robillard to Retire

Another long-time Door County elected official has decided not to seek another term. With nearly 18-years as Clerk of Court on the books, Nancy Robillard has decided its time to retire. She made her decision official by filing a certificate of non-candidacy last week. Robillard said it was one of the most difficult decisions she has ever made & words cannot express what an honor it has been to serve the people of Door County for 17 plus years. She said she still loves what she’s doing, but it’s time to move on. Robillard said she is proud to have worked cooperatively with three wonderful judges, John Koehn, Peter Diltz & D. Todd Ehlers, praised her staff for their hard work, expertise & ability, & enjoyed meeting a multitude of people over the years, especially the jurors who have so graciously, & some not so graciously, given their time to sit in judgement of others. Keeping up with the continual changes brought about by newer & better technology, moving from the old courthouse to the Justice Center in 2005, & trying to meet the department’s yearly needs, as well as unforeseen circumstances, were some of the challenges that have had to be dealt with during her tenure. Going paperless for small claims filings, scanning files, & video conferencing with prisons, rather than spending money on transports, have helped to make the process more efficient & less costly. Robillard summed it up by saying, “there aren’t many who can say they really enjoyed their job, but i have.”

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