May God bless all the candidates in the upcoming election-we all should be thankful for the freedom to vote for who we choose, no matter who wins!!
Eva K. Hutcherson
06/09/12 at 11:01 AM
I had the privilege to work with this wonderful lady for three years as her clerk. I have unique first-hand knowledge of Mrs. Diane's office. I can honestly say that everything she speaks here is what is in her heart. She loves the people of Appling County and is a great asset to the Court and Appling County. She taught me many life lessons and it is to her that I look to as an example of a professional woman. I recently graduated from Mercer Law School, an accomplishment in my life that I strongly attribute to her. I want to publicly thank her for her service and encourage everyone to go to the polls on July 31st and vote to re-elect Judge Diane Hallman!
I was born and raised in Appling County, and moved to Glenn county at age nineteen and lived there until Age thirty-nine when I moved back here to Appling County. I had delt with Mrs. Hallman on several occasions and no matter what I required she was always more than willing to assist, but not until the death of my grandfather did I realize what a heart she has for the citizens of this county. She never minded my calling whenever I needed the answer to a question. When we had his estate brought before the probate court she was extremely fair and I have not one complaint towards her and the way she handled our case. Even now I can still call her or stop by if I need assistance and ALWAYS is she willing to help. I would just like to publicly thank her for everything she has done for me and my family and proudly say I am aember of Team Hallman 2012!
I so appreciate these words of truth and dignity, you have spoken in this. Just so people know I was fortunate to work for Diane Hallman as her clerk during her 1st. term of office as Probate Judge. You have not changed at all from the person you were then - than you are today! Still the same caring, compassionate, professional woman,caring for your county and it's people and doing your job to the best of your ability. You have never let this position go to your head or turned anyone way....you are NOT A POLITICAL PERSON - YOU ARE A PUBLIC SERVANT!!! Knowing and still working with you through your years of service is an honor and pleasure, because you still love and are dedicated to serving the people, WE THE PEOPLE need NOT change our Probate Judge. Experience matters and NO ONE should loose a job they love and do well, just because they have been there for many years. So I encourage EVERY voter please go to the polls and vote, July 31st for OUR Probate Judge, Diane Hallman!!!