Special to The Dispatch
The people of Perry County deserve justice court judges who are experienced and treat every case they preside over with honesty and fairness. Judge Tim Odom has all of those qualities and has put them to work for his friends and neighbors in Perry County for over 20 years as Post 1 Justice Court Judge.
Odom said serving his community is an honor he hopes to continue for another four years. He is seeking re-election and asking voters in Post 1 to go to the polls and once again support him in the August 8 Republican Primary.
A lifelong resident of Perry County, Odom has put his common sense, conservative values to work for his fellow citizens as a Justice Court Judge, Town of Richton Municipal Judge and special appointed judge. He is also a private business owner who has operated a successful business in Perry County for over three decades.
His service to the community has extended outside the courtroom as a volunteer and past president of the Richton Touchdown Club and Youth Football League. He is a member of Brewer Baptist Church and the Brewer Baptist Men’s Sunday School Class.
Judge Odom and his wife Jenny H. Odom have been happily married for 37 years. The couple has two children, Kelsey (Matt) Mathis and Austin (Reegan Malone) Odom. Their three grandchildren are Graham and Meredith Mathis, and Conway Odom.
“I feel very blessed to have been able to serve my fellow citizens over the past two decades as Justice Court Judge for Post 1,” Judge Odom said recently. “The faith and confidence that voters have shown in electing me to this important public office is humbling.”
“I am proud of the work we have done in the Perry County Justice Court and hope to continue to serve this community if that is the will of the voters. Please go to the polls and vote for me, Tim Odom, in the August 8 Republican Primary.”