Register TODAY for the 2022 Semper Fidelis Golf Classic!

| Register Here!
scrolltop

Bio

The Honorable Kim T. Adamson is a Senior Justice Court Judge in Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to her appointment to the bench in 1997, she served as a law enforcement officer for over twenty years, specializing in mountain and swiftwater rescue operations, wilderness medicine and hazardous materials operations. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Westminster College of Salt Lake City in 1979 and is completing her requirements for her Masters of Professional Communication.

Judge Adamson, a CWO5 in the USMCR, was mobilized in October 2001 and while stationed at MCB Quantico served as a G-3 Action Officer, Staff Secretary for MCB Quantico and as the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer for the 2004 Marine Corps Marathon. In February 2005, CWO5 Adamson joined the 4th Civil Affairs Group, where she deployed to Iraq as a Civil Affairs Officer and the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer for OIF II-2. Upon her return from this deployment, she joined Personnel Retrieval and Processing (PRP) Company (-) in Washington, D.C. as a Platoon Commander. CWO5 Adamson has since deployed as the Officer-in-Charge for OIF 09.2, OEF 10.1 and is currently deployed for OEF 12.1.

Judge Adamson is very active within her community. She serves on the Westminster College Board of Trustees, and is an active member of the Alta Club, Women Marines Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators, International Police Association, International Association of Women Police, Marine Corps Reserve Officers Association and the Warrant Officers Professional Association.

Living a very active lifestyle, Judge Adamson enjoys big game hunting, scuba diving, skydiving, off-road 4-wheeling, camping, cycling, travel and reading. She has homes in Salt Lake City, Utah, Coronado, California and Tucson, Arizona. She has one daughter, Anne.

 

Bio

The Honorable Kim T. Adamson is a Senior Justice Court Judge in Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to her appointment to the bench in 1997, she served as a law enforcement officer for over twenty years, specializing in mountain and swiftwater rescue operations, wilderness medicine and hazardous materials operations. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Westminster College of Salt Lake City in 1979 and is completing her requirements for her Masters of Professional Communication.

Judge Adamson, a CWO5 in the USMCR, was mobilized in October 2001 and while stationed at MCB Quantico served as a G-3 Action Officer, Staff Secretary for MCB Quantico and as the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer for the 2004 Marine Corps Marathon. In February 2005, CWO5 Adamson joined the 4th Civil Affairs Group, where she deployed to Iraq as a Civil Affairs Officer and the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer for OIF II-2. Upon her return from this deployment, she joined Personnel Retrieval and Processing (PRP) Company (-) in Washington, D.C. as a Platoon Commander. CWO5 Adamson has since deployed as the Officer-in-Charge for OIF 09.2, OEF 10.1 and is currently deployed for OEF 12.1.

Judge Adamson is very active within her community. She serves on the Westminster College Board of Trustees, and is an active member of the Alta Club, Women Marines Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators, International Police Association, International Association of Women Police, Marine Corps Reserve Officers Association and the Warrant Officers Professional Association.

Living a very active lifestyle, Judge Adamson enjoys big game hunting, scuba diving, skydiving, off-road 4-wheeling, camping, cycling, travel and reading. She has homes in Salt Lake City, Utah, Coronado, California and Tucson, Arizona. She has one daughter, Anne.