Creston grad begins term on D.C.'s highest court | Community Spirit
Friday, February 3, will be a big day for long-time Heritage Hill residents Larry and Nancy Beckwith and their family. They will be in Washington D.C. to witness and celebrate the investiture of their daughter, Corinne Beckwith, as an Associate Judge for the D.C. Court of Appeals. Beckwith will be replacing Inez Smith Reid in a 15-year term on the District of Columbia’s highest court.
In nominating her, President Obama said that she “proved herself to be not only a first-rate legal mind but a faithful public servant” and that he has “full confidence in her ability, integrity, and independence.”
Known to friends and family as “Cori,” Corinne Beckwith grew up on the northeast side of Grand Rapids and graduated from Creston High School. She began a career in journalism following...