Former Broome District Attorney/Judge Monseratte Has Died
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A former Broome County District Attorney and judge has passed away.
Patrick Monseratte worked part-time as an assistant D.A. before going on to become a City of Binghamton Court Judge and then Broome District Attorney from 1970 to 1980. He then moved on to become a Broome County Court Judge then Supreme Court Justice in 1989. He retired from the bench in 2003.
According to the obituary placed by the family, Monseratte passed away Sunday, February 13 at his home in Loudonville. He was 86.
Funeral services will be private. The family says a celebration of Judge Monseratte's life will be held in the spring.
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