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November 19, 2003




Governor Mitt Romney today named Candace Kochin of Conway to the Massachusetts Parole Board.


Today’s appointment is Romney’s fourth to the seven-member Parole Board, which determines if an inmate should be released early from incarceration and what the conditions of that release will be. The Board also acts as the Advisory Board of Pardons, which makes recommendations to the Governor on pardons and commutations.


The Governor’s Council must approve Romney’s appointments to the board. Once approved, members serve for a five-year term.


Since 1999, Kochin has served as the Assistant Deputy Superintendent for Treatment in the Hampshire County Sheriff’s Office. Previously, she served as a Superior Court Probation officer in the Hampshire Superior Court Probation Department for 10 years. Kochin also served as a victim and witness assistant in the Northwestern District Attorney’s office.


Kochin earned a bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.




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