Matthew C. Funk
|Matthew C. Funk|
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|Current Court Information:|
|Utah First Judicial District|
|Preceded by:||Allan D. Vail|
|Bachelors:||Utah State University|
|Grad. School:||Utah State University|
|Candidate for:||First Judicial District|
|Election information 2012:|
|Election date:||November 6, 2012|
|Retention vote %:||87.46%|
Matthew C. Funk is a Utah First Judicial District judge in Cache County for the Richmond Justice Court in Utah. In February 2011, Funk replaced retiring Allan D. Vail and began serving as judge for the Providence Justice Court. 
Funk received his undergraduate degree and Masters of Accountancy from Utah State University. 
In addition to serving as a Justice Court judge, Funk is a Certified Public Accountant and manager with Cook, Martin & Pouson. 
- See also: Utah judicial elections, 2012
Judicial Performance Evaluation recommendation
The Utah Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission compiled information from attorneys, court staff and jurors about the performance of all judges up for retention in 2012.
Based on cumulative results, Judge Funk was recommended for retention by nine out of eleven commission members. (Two commissioners abstained.) For the full report, visit: Utah Judicial Evaluation Performance Commission, Honorable Matthew Funk.