Barbara Ann Crancer
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Barbara Ann Crancer

Judge
Female
Born 1938

Barbara Ann Crancer (born 1938), is a former St. Louis County (Missouri) Associate Circuit Court Judge and is the daughter of former Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa. Crancer was born in Detroit, Michigan to James Riddle Hoffa and Josephine (Poszywak) Hoffa. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Albion College (Michigan) in 1960, and a Juris Doctor Degree from Washington University School of Law (Missouri). Crancer served as a private practice lawyer in St.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1938 Birth Born in 1938.

TWENTIES

1960 22 Years Old Crancer was born in Detroit, Michigan to James Riddle Hoffa and Josephine (Poszywak) Hoffa. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Albion College (Michigan) in 1960, and a Juris Doctor Degree from Washington University School of Law (Missouri).

FIFTIES

1989 51 Years Old Crancer served as a private practice lawyer in St. Louis through 1989 when she was appointed Legal Advisor and then Administrative Law Judge for Missouri Division of Workers' Compensation, serving until 1992.
1992 54 Years Old In July 1992, Crancer was appointed to Associate Circuit Judge for St. Louis County, Missouri.

LATE ADULTHOOD

2008 70 Years Old Judge Crancer retired as an Associate Circuit Judge in March 2008, but in March 2009, Judge Crancer agreed to serve as an Assistant Attorney General to the Attorney General for the State of Missouri, Chris Koster, as Chief Counsel of the Division of Civil Disability and Workers Rights. … Read More
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