About Steven A. Thomas
Steve received his license to practice law in the state of Alabama in 1977. He clerked for a local circuit judge then began practice in a partnership. He became a sole practitioner in 1991. Steve primarily practices in Walker, Winston, Marion and Fayette counties but has handled cases in several other counties in the region.
Steve is a member of the Alabama Bar Association (Elder Law, Family Law, Probate and Trust and Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Sections), Federal District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, Walker County Bar Association, Alabama Association of Municipal Attorneys and the Alabama Municipal Judges Association.
Steve is married to Rebecca Phillips Thomas, a retired Walker County school teacher and they have a daughter, Jennifer Haithcoat, a registered nurse at Children’s Hospital who also raises cattle and a son, Matthew Thomas, a radiation therapist who is also involved with other business pursuits.
Steve grew up in Jasper, the son of Reginald and Billie Thomas, the grandson of Gene and Ruth Thomas of Tarrant and William (Bill) and Ruth Brewer of Jasper.
Steve has been involved in several civic organizations over the years, including the Jasper Jaycees where he served as treasurer, vice president,and president; he served as legal counsel for the Alabama Jaycees between 1986 and 1987 and he was involved with the Jaycees Northwest Alabama Fair Inc., board of directors where he has served as president and treasurer. In addition, he served the East Walker Chamber of Commerce where he was president for two years and the Alabama Mining Museum Inc., on the board of directors and president. He served as treasurer of the Jasper (Walker High School) Band Boosters. He also served on the board of directors of the Association of Alabama Fairs Inc., where he served as vice president and president for two years. He was honored for his service by being inducted into its hall of fame, the Blue Ribbon Club in 2004.
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