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The NCBC was formed in 1980 to serve the professional needs of the newly created position of Clerk of Court for the United States Bankruptcy Courts.  Initial membership was only open to appointed Clerks of Court, but was later expanded to include deputy clerks, as well as others interested in the bankruptcy community.

Through the years, the NCBC has been a voice on matters that impact the bankruptcy system, and our president sits as an ex-officio member of the Bankruptcy Clerks Advisory Group.  Here we can raise issues and be advocates for issues which our membership supports.

As a result of the expansion of the membership categories, NCBC also broadened its mission, essentially focusing its efforts in four areas: Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Solutions.  This has been incorporated into everything that NCBC does, highlighted by the annual education conference.

Past NCBC Presidents

Una O'Boyle 2020 - 2022 Past Presidents Interview

Eddy Emmons 2018 - 2020

M. Regina Thomas 2015 - 2018

LeeAnn Bennett 2013 - 2015 Past Presidents Interview

John Horner 2012 - 2013 Past Presidents Interview

Ken Hirz 2010 - 2012 Past Presidents Interview

Mark Hatcher 2008 - 2010

Ken Gardner 2006 - 2008

Barry Lander 2004 - 2006 Past Presidents Interview

Wayne Wolfe 2001 - 2003 Past Presidents Interview

Larry Bick 1999 - 2001

Mike Webb 1996 - 1998 Past Presidents Interview

Brenda Argoe 1995 - 1996

Mary Weibel 1993 - 1995

Beth Ferguson 1992 - 1993

Carl Stewart 1991 - 1992

Jeff Apperson 1990 - 1991 Past Presidents Interview

Bob Wiley 1989 - 1990

Frank Mathius 1988 - 1989 Past Presidents Interview

Richard Heltzel 1987 - 1988

Bernard McCarthy Past Presidents Interview

David Bird Past Presidents Interview

Cliff Kirsh Past Presidents Interview