Judge Ted Limpert for NY State Supreme Court
A video by the Limpert family
About Judge Ted Limpert
Theodore "Ted" Limpert is a Syracuse City Court Judge. He was appointed to the Bench in November, 2009 and elected to a ten year term in November, 2010. As a City Court Judge, he handles both criminal and civil cases. Prior to becoming a Judge, he was in private practice for over 20 years. Judge Limpert is a lifelong Syracuse resident married with four children and is an avid runner, scuba diver and lacrosse coach.
Judge Limpert grew up in Camillus, New York and graduated from Bucknell University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology in 1981. He received his Juris Doctor magna cum laude from Syracuse University College of Law in 1988. He was commissioned in 1982 through the Air National Guard’s Academy of Military Science. He became an operational member of Syracuse’s 174th Fighter Wing in May 1984 and was the 138th Fighter Squadron Commander from May, 2003 to September, 2007. Limpert has over 2200 hours in the F-16 and logged nearly 750 hours in the A-10 Warthog. He has deployed to SW Asia seven times, beginning with Operation Desert Storm, with subsequent deployments supporting Northern Watch, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Col Limpert was the 174th Fighter Wing Detachment Commander and 332nd Expeditionary Squadron Commander during the unit’s 2006 OIF deployment. He flew his 106th combat mission in October 2008, during his last OIF deployment. In 2011 he volunteered as the Senior Reserve Air Component Advisor to the COMUSAFCENT Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar where he also travelled to Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Oman and Kyrgyzstan.
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A NATIVe new yorker
Born in Camillus, NY, Ted Limpert attended West Genesee HS, Graduated from Syracuse University College of Law and currently lives in the City of Syracuse. His wife, Susie, is a librarian at Porter Elementary School, and each of his four children attended Syracuse City Schools.
A decorated fighter pilot, with over 3,300 flight hours.
A patient and fair judge who respects the rule of law while treating people with dignity and respect
A proud son, brother, husband, father and community leader.