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Media Contact for Plymouth Trial Courthouse Renaming Ceremony for The Honorable Therese Murray
Jennifer Donahue and Erika Gully-Santiago
BOSTON, MA — At a ceremony this morning in Plymouth, the Massachusetts Trial Court celebrated the renaming of Plymouth Trial Court as the Therese Murray Trial Court.
Therese Murray served as a State Senator representing the Plymouth and Barnstable Counties from 1993-2015. She also served as the first woman Senate President from 2007-2015.
The event began with a procession and Posting of the Colors by the Trial Court Honor Guard, followed by the singing of the National Anthem by Northern Lights, the Plymouth North High School a cappella ensemble. The Reverend Dr. Susan Schrager, a minister at Vedanta Centre in Cohasset, delivered an invocation.
Robert S. Creedon Jr., the current Clerk of Courts for Plymouth County Superior Court, served as Master of Ceremonies. Speakers included former Senator Therese Murray; Plymouth and Barnstable Counties Senator Vinny M. deMacedo; Trial Court Chief Justice Paula M. Carey; retired District Court Judge Rosemary B. Minehan; and former Plymouth County Sheriff Peter Y. Flynn.