Meet Judge Herman Marable – Black History Month Spotlight
Meet Judge Herman Marable who is a native of Flint, Michigan. Judge Marable was elected as a 68th District Judge on November 7, 2000. He took office in 2001. He was re-elected in November 2006.
Judge Marable is an active member of the community by establishing Student of the Month/Year Program to encourage high school students to focus on education and career goals. Not only is Judge Marable active in the community with youth, he has also established the Herman Sr. and Iris Marable Senior Citizen of the Month Award to recognize persons over age 60 who have dedicated themselves to community service.
Judge Marable graduated from Roeper School, then received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy with an emphasis on Metropolitan Studies from Michigan State University, and finally gained his Juris Doctorate degree from Ohio State University school of Law.
Here just a few of Judge Marable moments of recognition:
1. Listing in the 31st Anniversary Edition (1998) of Outstanding Young Men of America
2. Black Judges in America – First Edition
3. Who’s Who in American Law
4. Who’s Who Among African-Americans
Find more information on Judge Herman Marable and all the community activities he is involved in.