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Tom B. Ramey

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State Bar of Texas

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State Bar of Texas

1414 Colorado

Austin, Texas,78701

United States

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of the State Bar of Texas is made up of more than 3100 criminal practitioners, which includes prosecutors, defense attorneys and judges across the state. Our mission is to promote excellence in the practice of criminal law by embracing ethics, professionalism,...more

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Judicial Financing Committee, Appointed by Hon. Tom B. Ramey, Jr., President, State Bar of Texas, 1985
Judicial Section, American Bar Association 1979-1989


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2015.10.13 Judge Thomas B. Ramey, Jr. passes away
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Judge Thomas B. Ramey, Jr. Tom passed away peacefully on October 9, 2015 in Tyler, TX. Judge Ramey served as Chief Justice of the 12th Court of Appeals for 11 years, retiring in 2000. He served as president of the State Bar of Texas in 1984 and 1985. Tom practiced law by profession and was a tireless community leader who had a profound impact on countless people and organizations in Tyler and throughout Texas. He will be forever missed by his family, friends and coworkers. Tom is survived by his wife of 64 years, Jill King Ramey, son Tom Ramey III and wife Gina, son King and wife Lynn, daughter Claire and husband Terry Turner.


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Hon. Tom B. Ramey, Jr.
Hon. Tom Ramey Jr. Judge Ramey, retired Chief Justice of the 12th Court of Appeals and a former president of the State Bar of Texas, works with Ramey & Flock in an Of Counsel position. Following distinguished service in the United States Navy and an illustrious education, including a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University and a law degree from the University of Texas, Tom Ramey, Jr. spent over 30 years with Ramey & Flock before joining the Court of Appeals. Judge Ramey's breadth of experience, knowledge of the law, and unfailing service to East Texas is a benefit to all of Ramey & Flock's clients. He now brings this experience to a new practice in mediation and is uniquely suited to help even the most acrimoniously affected parties come to a successful resolution of their disputes.


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Tyler attorney and former judge Tom B. Ramey Jr. has received the Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Award from the Texas Bar Foundation. The award recognizes attorneys whose practice spans 50 years or more and who adhere to the highest principles and traditions of the legal profession and service to the public. Ramey is one of four recipients of the honor, according to a prepared statement from the Texas Bar Foundation.He was recognized and presented a plaque at the Texas Bar Foundation's annual dinner held Friday in Houston. > Ramey received his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law in 1951; then joined the firm Ramey & Flock, P.C., which was founded by his father.After 30 years there as a litigator, he was elected as chief justice of the 12th Court of Appeals in Tyler in 1989, where he served until 2000. Ramey is now in mediation practice at Ramey & Flock.He is a past president of the State Bar of Texas and is a former delegate to the America Bar Association.He is a charter member and sustaining life fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation.


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Judge Tom B. Ramey Jr.Judge Tom B. Ramey Jr., of Tyler, is one of four recipients of this year's Outstanding Fifty Year Lawyer Award from the Texas Bar Foundation. Ramey received his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law in 1951.He then joined Ramey & Flock, P.C., a firm his father founded, and he practiced there for more than 30 years as a litigator. In 1989, he was elected Chief Justice of the Twelfth Court of Appeals and served there until 2000.He has returned to Ramey & Flock where he has a mediation practice.He is a past president of the State Bar of Texas and is a former delegate to the American Bar Association.He is a Charter Member and Sustaining Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. > The award recognizes attorneys whose practice spanned 50 years or more, and who adhere to the highest principles and traditions of the legal profession and service to the public.The Outstanding Fifty Year Lawyer Award was the first award established by the Texas Bar Foundation. The Bar Foundation commissioned an oral history to recognize and preserve the accomplishments of Judge Ramey's legal career.Additionally, he will be publicly recognized and awarded a plaque at the Texas Bar Foundation annual dinner Friday at Houston .


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