Attorney Haskell D. Rosebrough was added to the Wall of Honor at Aztec District Court. Rosebrough died in last year in Colorado Springs, Colo. He is the
Attorney Haskell D. Rosebrough was added to the Wall of Honor at Aztec District Court. Rosebrough died in last year in Colorado Springs, Colo. He is the fourth attorney to receive a place on the Wall of Honor. (Courtesy of Mark Bozik)

FARMINGTON — Haskell D. Rosebrough, a former Farmington attorney, was added on Friday to the Wall of Honor at Aztec District Court.

The Wall of Honor was created last year through a partnership between the San Juan County Bar Association and the courts. It recognizes attorneys' service both in the courtroom and in the community.

Rosebrough graduated from the University of New Mexico's School of Law in 1951 and moved to Farmington in 1957. In 1994, he received the UNM Law School Distinguished Achievement Award.

"He loved to run and climb and backpack and dance," San Juan County Chief District Judge John Dean said.

Rosebrough died last year. His son, Bob Rosebrough, is a Gallup lawyer and attended the ceremony Friday.

In addition to Haskell Rosebrough, the wall includes Charles Tansey Jr., James Cooney and Wade Beavers.

The court is also displaying 73 pieces of art by 27 different local artists for 60 days. While some of the pieces of art will be moved into the court system's permanent display, other pieces are for sale.