Steven Curtis running for District Judge

Published 3:00 am Thursday, May 11, 2017

Troy attorney Steven Curtis is announcing his candidacy for the office of Pike County District Court Judge.

“After a great deal of encouragement from my family, friends and colleagues, I have decided to run for District Judge. I believe it is important to uphold and maintain the highest integrity of Pike County’s judicial system and to provide a fair court and equal justice for all parties who have business before the District Court of this county,” Curtis said.

Curtis has deep roots in Pike County, graduating from high school and college in Troy. For more than a decade, he has practiced law at Calhoun, Faulk & Curtis, a firm based in Troy.

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“I believe that my nearly twenty years of experience practicing law, together with my strong family values and work ethic have provided me with the knowledge, experience and ability to effectively serve as a judge in Pike County,” Curtis said. “I look forward to faithfully serving the people of Pike County.”

In addition to practicing law, Curtis is active in his community. He is a member of the Pike County Bar Association, the Troy City Schools Education Foundation Board and the Troy University Planned Giving Council.

Curtis is married to Misty Williamson Curtis, a teacher in the Troy City School system. They have four children: Cade (18), Cole (15), Miles (13) and Hayes (9). The Curtis family attends Troy First United Methodist Church.