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Retired Troup County Superior Court Judge Allen Keeble, left, speaks with friend Gail Gordon on Thursday follow the unveiling of a painting of him at the government center on Ridley Avenue. The county bar association raised the funds to commission the painting, which will hang in courtroom 3B. Court services administrator Sheryl Hicks spearheaded the fundraising. Keeble was elected to the bench in 1987 and retired in 2012. Between 1984 and 1986, he also served as a juvenile and state courts judge.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/09/web1_0829Keeble.jpgRetired Troup County Superior Court Judge Allen Keeble, left, speaks with friend Gail Gordon on Thursday follow the unveiling of a painting of him at the government center on Ridley Avenue. The county bar association raised the funds to commission the painting, which will hang in courtroom 3B. Court services administrator Sheryl Hicks spearheaded the fundraising. Keeble was elected to the bench in 1987 and retired in 2012. Between 1984 and 1986, he also served as a juvenile and state courts judge.

Tyler H. Jones | Daily News

Retired Troup County Superior Court Judge Allen Keeble, left, speaks with friend Gail Gordon on Thursday follow the unveiling of a painting of him at the government center on Ridley Avenue. The county bar association raised the funds to commission the painting, which will hang in courtroom 3B. Court services administrator Sheryl Hicks spearheaded the fundraising. Keeble was elected to the bench in 1987 and retired in 2012. Between 1984 and 1986, he also served as a juvenile and state courts judge.