After five years on the job, John Ley is retiring as clerk of court for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

Ley, 63, said he informed the court of his plans in October. He cited his seven grandchildren, noting he'll be moving to the coastal city of St. Marys, close to his youngest daughter and her two children. He said he would join his wife in their new home in January.

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