Our opinion: Judge judged tops in townby Tucson Citizen on Jan. 16, 2009, under Opinion
Congratulations to Ronald A. Wilson, chief presiding judge of South Tucson City Court, on his 2009 Drum Major Award this week from the Tucson Black Chamber of Commerce.
Wilson was just 33 when he was named the town’s first full-time presiding judge in 2002.
He deserves this Drum Major Award in recognition of his work with the local Boys & Girls Club, the National Justice Foundation and with many of the young adults who are at risk in our community. Wilson is a wonderful role model for such youth.
In 2006, he was chosen as one of the top two young professionals in the Tucson area by the 40 Under 40 recognition by Tucson Business Edge, a Tucson Citizen publication.
We congratulate Wilson on his most recent award, and we thank him for his efforts for our community.