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Havlik Steps Down After 40 Years With District Court  08/15/18 11:48:46 PM


Judge Gary Randall of the Douglas County District Court (right) presents retiring Court Administrator Mike Havlik with framed artwork depicting the Douglas County Courthouse where Havlik has worked for 40 years.
Havlik Steps Down After 40 Years With District Court
By Lorraine Boyd
The Daily Record

Mike Havlik has worked in the Douglas County Courthouse for four decades. He stepped down this year, leaving behind an encyclopedic knowledge of the workings of the Douglas County District Court. His shoes may not be possible to fill, at least not for a few decades.
As the deputy court administrator, he served the needs of the district’s 16 judges and their staffs. He was familiar with records you’ve probably never even heard of. At a small lunch in his honor, he was described as the go-to guy for any questions about the court. Doug Johnson, the court administrator, said he would miss Mike’s historical memory, but more than that, his friendship. Mike echoed that sentiment.
After Mike graduated from Creighton University School of Law, he clerked in the court administrator’s office and apparently liked it. He ended up staying for his entire career.
While he has had some health challenges recently, Havlik said he was looking forward to the “honey-do” list awaiting him in retirement.
 
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