Fawley sworn in for 8th term as county auditor


Surrounded by family and friends, Bill Fawley took the oath of office for an eighth term as Highland County auditor at a ceremony late Tuesday afternoon. The swearing-in ceremony took place in the Highland County Administration Building, one floor below the office the 72-year-old Lynchburg native has served in since being first elected in 1990. Administering the oath of office was Highland County Clerk of Courts Dwight “Ike” Hodson, a longtime Fawley friend. Fawley recently announced his retirement, but said he intends to continue serving in the office he was re-elected to last November. Pictured, from left, are Bill’s son Will Fawley holding his son Dax, Bill Fawley, his wife Dianne holding a family Bible, and Hodson.

Surrounded by family and friends, Bill Fawley took the oath of office for an eighth term as Highland County auditor at a ceremony late Tuesday afternoon. The swearing-in ceremony took place in the Highland County Administration Building, one floor below the office the 72-year-old Lynchburg native has served in since being first elected in 1990. Administering the oath of office was Highland County Clerk of Courts Dwight “Ike” Hodson, a longtime Fawley friend. Fawley recently announced his retirement, but said he intends to continue serving in the office he was re-elected to last November. Pictured, from left, are Bill’s son Will Fawley holding his son Dax, Bill Fawley, his wife Dianne holding a family Bible, and Hodson.


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Surrounded by family and friends, Bill Fawley took the oath of office for an eighth term as Highland County auditor at a ceremony late Tuesday afternoon. The swearing-in ceremony took place in the Highland County Administration Building, one floor below the office the 72-year-old Lynchburg native has served in since being first elected in 1990. Administering the oath of office was Highland County Clerk of Courts Dwight “Ike” Hodson, a longtime Fawley friend. Fawley recently announced his retirement, but said he intends to continue serving in the office he was re-elected to last November. Pictured, from left, are Bill’s son Will Fawley holding his son Dax, Bill Fawley, his wife Dianne holding a family Bible, and Hodson.

Surrounded by family and friends, Bill Fawley took the oath of office for an eighth term as Highland County auditor at a ceremony late Tuesday afternoon. The swearing-in ceremony took place in the Highland County Administration Building, one floor below the office the 72-year-old Lynchburg native has served in since being first elected in 1990. Administering the oath of office was Highland County Clerk of Courts Dwight “Ike” Hodson, a longtime Fawley friend. Fawley recently announced his retirement, but said he intends to continue serving in the office he was re-elected to last November. Pictured, from left, are Bill’s son Will Fawley holding his son Dax, Bill Fawley, his wife Dianne holding a family Bible, and Hodson.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/03/web1_Fawley-Swearing-in.jpgSurrounded by family and friends, Bill Fawley took the oath of office for an eighth term as Highland County auditor at a ceremony late Tuesday afternoon. The swearing-in ceremony took place in the Highland County Administration Building, one floor below the office the 72-year-old Lynchburg native has served in since being first elected in 1990. Administering the oath of office was Highland County Clerk of Courts Dwight “Ike” Hodson, a longtime Fawley friend. Fawley recently announced his retirement, but said he intends to continue serving in the office he was re-elected to last November. Pictured, from left, are Bill’s son Will Fawley holding his son Dax, Bill Fawley, his wife Dianne holding a family Bible, and Hodson. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette