GEICO Attorney Steven Landrum
Steven Landrum has been practicing law for over 15 years. His expertise lies in business transactions (entity formation and buy-sell agreements), financing transactions (private and venture), as well as day-to-day legal representation.
Stephen Landrum could neither read nor write, but was adept at math. By 1923 he had amassed one of Glasgow’s wealthiest black men while remaining extraordinarily generous.
Early Life and Education
Stephen Landrum was born into a family of slaves in Barren County, Kentucky. As an adult he grew up during and following Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation; keeping their last name while living in Dog Alley of Glasgow.
Landrum left money and provisions in his will for black children’s education at two-story schools; for his generosity, Glasgow streets bear his name today.
Dr. Steven Landrum Sr, OD has received outstanding ratings from patients on Healthgrades. Patients say he listens carefully, answers their queries thoroughly, and clearly explains their conditions – all reasons he earned five out of five ratings on that platform.
Landrum also runs his own recruiting and staffing firm that specializes in placing talent within the architecture, engineering and construction industries.
He has served on the American Institute of Architects Board of Directors and as Past President of its Florida Chapter, AIA Florida Chapter. Additionally, he was inducted into AIA College of Fellows and awarded with Florida Gold Medal – its highest award from state government.
On Healthgrades, his patients have awarded him five out of five stars for his attentive listening, thorough answering of queries and insightful recommendations. Furthermore, he accepts multiple insurance plans.
Achievement and Honors
Many older Glasgowians recall Uncle Steve Landrum fondly. He left money in his will to build and run a two-story school for black students, which became part of Ralph Bunche Historic District and named a street after him in honour of this generous individual. Locals still cherish his memory today!
Coach Little has won two Class A Lower State titles and amassed an enviable career win total of 123 victories as Lakota girls program has achieved parity with that of boys team. He is widely credited with leading Lakota to achieve greatness both in boys and girls basketball programs.
The Brandeis College Book Award, bestowed upon Brady Hutchins of Blue Hill by teachers Steven Adam and Martin Conte, recognizes a junior who exhibits commitment to positive change through engagement in their learning and community. Meanwhile, Phelan Gallagher presented Mattea Black from East Blue Hill with the Bagaduce Music Book Award, honoring an exceptional junior performer in band, jazz or combo music performance.
At his leisure, he enjoys participating in American Legion activities as well as leading a weekly life group with his friends. Additionally, in his spare time he enjoys playing golf and working out. Furthermore, he participates in church activities and community events.
William Landrum was survived by his wife; daughter Gay Adkins Landrum of Jackson; two sons Glendon and Ceylon Landrum; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Prior to his passing three brothers and one sister preceded him.
He was the son of Scott and Nellie Foster Landrum and survived by his wife Mary Hughes Landrum; sons John Franklin and Brian; daughters Frieda Lambert, Juanita Bolen, Kathleen Foster, Charleen Haynes and Phyllis Colby as well as ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Unfortunately he was predeceased by both of his parents as well as one sibling Raymond Landrum.
Bud has over three decades of experience working in banking across North America and internationally, specializing in helping high-net worth business owners, executives, entrepreneurs, families and families build wealth. Leveraging his deep understanding of complex financial planning processes he collaborates closely with accounting professionals and estate planning attorneys.
He currently sits on the Communities Foundation of Texas board and chairs Cypress Christian School’s finance committee, in addition to various energy industry associations and serving on Houston Stock Exchange.
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