Fred H. Timberlake was a devoted husband and father, decorated veteran and the founder of what would become Timberlake, Weaver, Carson & Lacy, P.C. Born in Richmond, Virginia, Fred received his Bachelor's and law degree from the University of Richmond and was admitted to the Virginia State Bar in 1937. He served four years as a Lieutenant Colonel in World War II participating in the Pacific Theater, receiving the Bronze Star for his meritorious service at Iwo Jima.
Upon his return from service, Fred moved to Dallas, Texas, and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1946. In 1951, he moved to Lubbock, Texas, and began his long career in the practice of real estate law and title insurance. Over the years, Fred served as the President and Vice-President of many civic organizations, including: the United Way of Lubbock, Lubbock Area Foundation and Campfire Girls of Lubbock. His professional accomplishments were no less impressive, as he was a charter member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, President of Texas Land Title Association, President of Lubbock County Legal Aid Society and a recipient of the Distinguished Senior Lawyer Award by the Lubbock County Bar Association for his life of service and dedication to the profession.
Fred was widely known and highly respected throughout the state for his expertise in Real Estate and Title Law, as well as in all areas of Title Insurance. He unselfishly devoted his time and energy in service of his family, church, community, nation and profession.
Stan A. Weaver has practiced exclusively in the area of real estate law for the last 35 years, has been certified and recertified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in residential, commercial and farm and ranch real estate law since December of 1988, and has maintained an AV peer review rating with Martindale-Hubbell since 1995
B.S. (with Honors) 1978
Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section
Residential Real Estate Law
Commercial Real Estate Law
Farm and Ranch Real Estate Law
Cassie grew up in San Angelo, Texas. She received a B.A. in Electronic Media Communications, Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University. She received her law degree from Texas A&M University School of Law, where she was on the Executive Board of the Real Property Law Journal. Before joining the firm, Cassie worked for an Oil & Gas firm representing landowners, companies, quasi-governmental bodies and financial institutions advising them on lease terms and structuring of various commercial transactions.
B.A., 2011, Magna Cum Laude
Tyler R. Lacy is a Partner at Timberlake, Weaver, Carson & Lacy, P.C. His Master of Real Estate and Land Economics degree gives him a unique perspective not only the legal issues, but also the analytics of every real estate transaction he works on.
Tyler is native West Texan, born and raised in San Angelo, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University for his undergraduate and graduate studies before moving to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University School of Law. Upon graduation, Tyler worked as a landman in the Permian Basin. Tyler joined Timberlake, Weaver, Carson & Lacy, P.C.in the Fall of 2011 at their Austin location. Tyler continued working in Austin until the opportunity arose to rejoin the firm in Lubbock in May of 2014.
Master of Real Estate, 2008
Hayden C. Olson is an associate attorney at Timberlake, Weaver, Carson & Lacy, P.C., focusing his practice entirely upon matters of Real Estate Law and Real Estate Title Examination.
Hayden began clerking at Timberlake, Weaver, Carson & Lacy, P.C. in 2010, after clerking for the 72nd, 99th, and 237th District Courts while attending law school at Texas Tech University. He has been an associate attorney with Timberlake, Weaver, Carson & Lacy, P.C. since December of 2011. Hayden was born in Amarillo, and after short stints in several small towns in the Texas panhandle, his family settled in the small community of Turpin, located in the Oklahoma panhandle.
J.D., (Magna Cum Laude) 2011
Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section