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Robert Yeargin

Date Listed: 6/28/03

Bob Yeargin

4800 17th Street

San Francisco, CA 94117

(415) 682-8100

Bellarmine College, 1971; CTU, Fall 1971; Georgetown U. Law Center, 1981.

It's been quite a ride, starting with being a change boy at Harrah's Club in Reno after leaving the Passionists in 1972. (That shouldn't be a surprise -- remember the Harolds Club nights in the barn and at Bellarmine?) Then, newspaper reporter in Las Vegas (1972-75), working as Ron Mazzoli's press aide in Washington for six months in 1975, later editing a weekly paper for the National League of Cities in DC (1978-80) , back to Las Vegas as a deputy city attorney (1982-88) after finishing law school. Began a new career in immigration law in 1988, going to San Francisco to work for the INS. In that time, I spent 2+ years in the INS Washington District Office in Arlington VA, and returned to SF to an assignment in the US Attorney's Office, defending the INS (always a challenge!). Since January 2001, I've been an immigration judge in the Department of Justice, first in Detroit and--again--back in San Francisco.

I remember my time in Louisville as one of the best in my life. It was certainly a time of turmoil, but those were the times, in the community, the Church and the country. It was a time of formation in more ways than one. My life has been richer because of my years in Louisville, and the persons I lived with and grew close to there.

Last summer I drove past General Butler State Park between Louisville and Cincinnati for the first time in many years. It brought back all sorts of memories of our outings there. And that's just the beginning. . . .

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