Attorney Mark Telloyan was appointed by Gov. Eric Holcomb to the St. Joseph County Superior Court.
He is filling a vacancy left by Judge Steven Hostettler who retired in September. Telloyan will be sworn in at a later date.
Telloyan is a South Bend-based bankruptcy attorney. He also teaches at Notre Dame Law School, Grace College and Goshen College. Prior to opening his own firm, Telloyan worked for the St. Joseph prosecutor’s office for two years and before that served as a law clerk for Judge Sanford Brook.
Telloyan has served on the St. Joseph County Council since 2015.
Telloyan earned an undergraduate degree from Pillsbury Baptist Bible College, a law degree from Notre Dame Law School, a Master of Arts from Minnesota State University and a Master of Education from Seattle Pacific University.