Judge Stephanie Manis Recalled With Humor, Admiration

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A cold, light rain had just started to fall and the cavernous, ornate sanctuary of The Temple on Peachtree Street was at capacity as hundreds of mourners – including a Who's Who of Georgia's legal community -- gathered for a memorial service in honor Fulton County Senior Judge Stephanie Manis, who died Dec. 17 at age 76.

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  • Miles W. Rich

    The service for Judge Manis was a tribute to a good jurist, and nice person, a real mensch. May she rest in peace knowing her memory is a blessing to all of us who ever had the pleasure of meeting or interacting with her.

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