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Judge Tom B. Ramey Jr.

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Texas Rose Festival

Employment History

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  • law degree
    University of Texas
  • Masters , Business Administration
    Harvard University
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Without doubt Jill King Ramey and ..., 30 Dec 2011 [cached]
Without doubt Jill King Ramey and Judge Tom Ramey, Jr. have many reasons to be proud of a community where they have invested their entire adult lives.
It is especially difficult for Tom, whom Jill describes as having the "gift of giving".
Jill & Tom Ramey
Deeply spiritual about giving, both Tom and Jill strive to give joyfully, wisely, and generously in order to meet the needs of others and help support ministries.
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Texas Rose Festival president Tom Ramey III does not seem to be the type of guy who minds rolling up his sleeves and getting into the thick of things.
He jumped into his tenure as president with the idea of reinventing some aspects of the festival, keeping several goals in mind: to build public interest and ultimately, overhaul the Tyler Rose Garden.
When the 78th Texas Rose Festival unfolds next week, the fruits of his labor will be publicly realized, for better or worse.
Ramey, the optimist, is not worried - he says times are changing and the festival must adapt if it is to survive.
"I wish I had the year to do over," he said.
This month's festival marks the first step in a journey toward a world class facility that draws people back over and over, Ramey said.
"I think we can do something materially great for the city," Ramey said.
Ramey, 58, said he's been thinking for some time about the festival's relevance after hearing the same comment over and over, "Tyler doesn't grow roses anymore."
He met with rose producers and learned public opinion wasn't entirely accurate.
"Every year the Rose Festival will make a contribution to the city of Tyler," Ramey said.
Ramey said he made it part of his mission as festival president to shake things up a bit, starting with Saturday's parade.
Expect an event more like the Rose Parade in Pasadena than past events - more polish, more attractions and more music, featuring some of the best military and college bands in Texas, he said.
Ramey said he's hopeful the changes will be embraced.
"If we do the right things, the future of the Rose Festival has never been brighter," he said.
Texas Rose Festival president Tom Ramey III (left) spent the past year tweaking some traditions associated with the event to make it appeal to a larger audience.
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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.
Chief Justice Ramey Honored for Contributions to the Legal Profession, 17 June 2003 [cached]
(Austin) - The Honorable Chief Justice Tom B. Ramey, Jr., currently a senior judge with the 12th District Court of Appeals in Tyler, has received the 2003 Governor Bill Daniel Statesmanship Award from the State Bar of Texas.
The Governor Bill Daniel Statesmanship Award is presented to an attorney who has set an example for volunteer service through the donation of time, expertise, and generous contributions of materials, collections, monetary support, research, archives, etc. relating to the preservation and presentation of the bench and bar of Texas.
Judge Ramey served as Chief Justice of the 12th District Court of Appeals from 1989 until his retirement from that position in 2000.He has given years of voluntary service as a leader in the Texas legal community and the State Bar of Texas and has been a long-time supporter of the Texas Bar Historical Foundation.
Judge Ramey served as president of the State Bar of Texas in 1984-85 and has provided leadership to many other professional organizations including chair of the Council of Chief Justices.He is a former member of the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association, and is a life fellow of the Texas and American bar foundations.He is currently a senior trustee of the Board of Directors of the University of Texas Law School Foundation and was selected in 1997 as a Distinguished Alumnus for Community Affairs.Judge Ramey also serves on the State Bar History and Preservation Committee.
Judge Ramey received the Governor Bill Daniel Statesmanship Award during the State Bar Annual Meeting in Houston, June 12.
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The 78th Texas Rose Festival, "The Grand Illusion," will get under way when Rose Queen Morgan Elizabeth Rippy and TRF President Tom Ramey cut the ceremonial ribbon at 10 a.m. today at the Rose Garden Center, 420 Rose Park Drive,[...]
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