Judge Sheridan C. Randolph
Sheridan C. Randolph is the Judge of the Bradley County General Sessions court, Part II, with juvenile court jurisdiction. Judge Randolph graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Magna Cum Laude, and was a recipient of the E.Y. Chapin Scholarship to the University of Cincinnati where he received his Juris Doctorate Degree. He also has a Masters Degree in Music from Lee University. He has been a lawyer for over thirty years and was Cleveland City Prosecutor for 19 years, as well as a defense attorney before his successful election as a Judge of Part II of the Bradley County General Sessions Court, presiding over juvenile and criminal cases within the jurisdiction of that court.
An active member of St. Luke’s Church in Cleveland, he has been on Mission trips and was choir director for eight years. He is a member of the Bradley County Bar Association, North Lee Ruritan Club, Cleveland Music Club, and a Life Member of the Cleveland Sertoma Club. He presently sings tenor at St. Luke’s Church and with the Cleveland Madrigal Singers. More recently he has become interested in Sacred Harp singing, which is the type of music used in the local churches before 1890.