Jan Brewer appointed Lloyd Claycomb to the Judicial Commission in the state of Arizona.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ., January 16, 2016 – Lloyd Claycomb, Philanthropist and CEO of United Builders, Inc., was honored to accept a position on the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct in March 2010. Appointed by Governor Jan Brewer, the commission serves to adjudicate the conduct of Judges throughout the state of Arizona. With his deep convictions, devout integrity and commitment to equality throughout the world, this was a humbling stride for Lloyd Claycomb.
The Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct was created in 1970, when Arizona voters approved Article 6.1 of the state constitution. The new article, which was subsequently amended in 1988, established the commission as an independent state agency responsible for investigating complaints against justices and judges on the Supreme Court, court of appeals, superior court and justice and municipal courts.
The Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct consists of eleven members with diverse backgrounds who serve six-year terms. Six judge members are appointed by the Supreme Court: two from the court of appeals, two from the superior court, one from a justice court and one from a municipal court. Two attorney members are appointed by the board of governors of the State Bar of Arizona. Three public members, who cannot be attorneys or active or retired judges, are appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state senate.
About Lloyd Claycomb
Lloyd Claycomb founded United Builders, Inc. in 1978, where he currently serves as Chairman and CEO. The great success of United Builder’s has allowed him to be involved in philanthropic endeavors including Amazing Facts, Our Children International and Maranatha International Volunteers. Currently, Lloyd Claycomb also holds board positions with Design Builders of Montana, AviBree Real Estate Holding, Inc. and the Grand Canyon State Bank. Lloyd Claycomb is a husband, father of two grown children and a grandfather. He has served his community as a Reserve Deputy and was the first reserve officer to train and certify a K-9. He also is a jet pilot and has totaled more than 5000 hours flying time in assorted aircraft.