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Diane D'Agostini reappointed to Michigan Judges Retirement System Board
May 17, 2013
LANSING, Mich. - Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the reappointment of Diane D'Agostini, of Bloomfield Hills, to the Michigan Judges Retirement System Board.
Housed within the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget's Office of Retirement Services, the five-member board oversees the Judges Retirement System Defined Benefit plan.
"Diane is an exceptional leader and has done great work on this board," said Snyder. "I look forward to her continued service."
D'Agostini was elected to the 48th District Court in 2000, with jurisdiction over the townships of Bloomfield and West Bloomfield and the cities of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake Village and Sylvan Lake. Re-elected in 2006, she continues to serve as chief district judge by appointment of the Michigan Supreme Court. She previously worked as assistant prosecutor for Oakland County. D'Agostini holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Wayne State University and a degree from the Michigan State University - Detroit College of Law. She will continue to represent judges who are members of the retirement system.
D'Agostini will serve a four-year term that expires March 31, 2017, and her appointment is subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.