Alan L. Tinsley, a graduate of Sam Houston State University, lives and works in Madisonville, where he owns his own law practice. Tinsley also owns and operates Landmark Title Company and Triple T Ranch, both in Madisonville. He is certified in tax law and probate and estate planning by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Tinsley is licensed to practice before all Texas state courts and the United States Supreme Court, is a member of the State Bar of Texas and is a Texas Bar Foundation Life Fellow, a distinction only given to three percent of Texas attorneys. He also serves as a member of the Probate and Estate Planning Exam Commission, pursuant to an appointment by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
After earning his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting in 1971, Tinsley secured his license as a Certified Public Accountant before continuing his education at the South Texas School of Law and becoming an attorney. Subsequently, he received a master’s degree in taxation from the University of Houston Law Center.
He is currently a director of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and also serves on its legal advisory and armed forces appreciation committees; he is an advisory director on SHSU alumnus Marcus Luttrell’s Lone Survivor Foundation; is a founding member and current trustee for the CrossRoads Cowboy Church; and he supports youth and education by purchasing junior projects at HLSR, as well as at county fairs in Madisonville, Leon, Houston and Walker counties.
He has also served as a director for the ESCAPE Center, The ARC, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, the Wounded Warrior Banquet, and the Madison County Chamber of Commerce; as a director and founding member of the Madison County Arts Council; and as director and president for the Oak Ridge Country Club and the Madison County Economic Development Corporation.
Tinsley enjoys giving back to his alma mater, supporting the Elliott T. Bowers Honors College fundraising event Let’s Talk, as well as Bearkat Champions, alumni enrichment and SHSU baseball, basketball and football. He has served as president of the Alumni Association and is currently a member of the President’s Circle and the athletic advisory board.
Retired U.S. Army Captain Chad Fleming is a highly decorated war hero who deployed 5 times after becoming an amputee. He is one of the few who have been able to redeploy into combat as an amputee. After serving with distinction, and receiving numerous awards and decorations, including the Meritorious Service Medal, two Bronze Star Medals with Valor, and three Purple Hearts, he retired from active duty and still serves our country in other capacities. Now, Chad Fleming has made it his mission to help fellow veterans and service members to find their own Success After Service.
Bill was born at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska, his father, a World War II Veteran served in Guam in the Pacific theatre. His grandfather, an American fighter pilot with the RAF flew a Sopwith Camel and was wounded in an aerial dogfight over Belgium in WWI. After several transfers, including living in Germany for 5 years, Bill’s family settled in Maryland. With almost 40 years in the real estate industry, Bill has been active at all 3 levels of the Realtor organization. He served 3 terms as treasurer of the National Association of Realtors, the largest professional trade association in the world. Currently, he serves as NAR’s Global Ambassador to France and Andorra.
In 2000 Armstrong served as President of the Maryland Association of Realtors where he was the founding chairman of the “Partnership for Housing Foundation.” Bill has been an active investor in multiple development and income producing projects. Bill majored in business with a concentration in Real Estate at East Carolina University and served for 17 years on the Advisory Board for the Johns Hopkins University, Masters program in Real Estate, part of the Carey Business School. Bill and his wife Pam live in Damascus, Maryland. They have 3 children.
My goal at Nettles Law is to help my clients with the important processes of estate and trust planning, probate, and other future planning needs. Having seen firsthand the problems that can happen when families lack proper end of life preparation, I am committed to helping families prepare for the future and the unexpected possibilities that an arise. With extensive Military Law background, I can represent Veterans dealing with disabilities, mental health issues, and other disability claims.
David Leonard of Liberty is co-owner of Liberty Dayton Chrysler. He is a member of the Liberty and Dayton chambers of Commerce, a director of the Liberty Knights of Columbus, and a director and past president of the Liberty Lions Club. He is also president of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Parish Council and treasurer of the Magnolia Ridge Country Club. Leonard attended Lee College.
K. Knox Nunally
A former U. S. Marine Corps infantry officer and Harris County Prosecutor, Knox has adapted his unique background to aggressively pursue and fight civil litigation for his clients. He holds a wide range of litigation experience in matters involving contract disputes over oil and gas matters, general business litigation, personal injury claims and employment contract claims. As lead attorney, he has taken 25 jury trials to verdict and relishes any opportunity to advocate in the courtroom. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts and has argued appellate matters before both state and federal appellate courts.
Before joining Ware Jackson, Knox handled business and oil and gas related litigation for the two law firms of Bracewell and McGuireWoods in Houston. He also prosecuted criminal cases for three years as an assistant district attorney for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office in Houston, Texas. Prior to commencing his legal career, Knox served as an infantry officer and light armored reconnaissance officer for the U.S. Marine Corps, before his honorable discharge as a captain. He completed three combat deployments to Iraq and was awarded the Bronze Star with Combat V, a Purple Heart, and two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals with Combat Vs. Outside of work, Knox enjoys spending time with his family and pursuing his two favorite hobbies of cattle ranching and bird hunting.