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The District of Delaware announced today that Chief Magistrate Judge Thynge is set to retire in March 31, 2023:

The United States District Court for the District of Delaware announces that Chief Magistrate Judge Mary Pat Thynge has informed the Court of her intention to retire, effective March 31, 2023, ending more than 30 years of exemplary judicial service.
Judge Thynge is the longest serving U.S. Magistrate Judge in the history of the District of Delaware. She began her tenure as a Magistrate Judge of the Court in June of 1992, after 16 years in private practice.
Judge Thynge will be sorely missed by her colleagues on the Court. She has been a mainstay of the Court for three decades. In addition to her national reputation as a talented mediator and jurist, she brought each day to the Court a tireless work ethic, an unsurpassed commitment to preparation, kindness for others, and a wonderful sense of humor.
The Court intends to recognize Judge Thynge’s service and thank her for that service in a more fulsome way at a public event in the near future.

Chief Magistrate Judge Thynge is an incredible judge and an incredible mediator. She will certainly be missed!

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