DAVID ALLEN LEVINE Levine, 35, of San Antonio, died September 7, 2015. He received his law degree from Emory University School of Law and his Master of Laws from the University of Houston Law Center. Levine was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2009. He was a patent law associate of Osha Liang in Houston from 2013 to 2014 and a patent law associate of DeLizio Law in Houston in 2015. Levine was a passionate guitar player, chess master, and best friend to all. He is survived by his parents, Jean and Richard; and sisters, Allyson Lane, Elizabeth Levine, and Meredith Levine Benage. RICHARD MADDEN Madden, 56, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died January 28, 2014. He received his law degree from the University of Florida College of Law, was a member of the Florida Bar, and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1986. Madden was an attorney with Holland & Knight in Orlando from 1982 to 1984; an attorney with Broad and Cassel in Orlando from 1984 to 1986; an attorney with Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue in Austin in 1986; a partner in Jones Day in Washington, D.C., and Atlanta from 1986 to 1994; and a partner in Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft in Charlotte from 1998 to 2011. Madden had a quick wit and wonderful sense of humor and loved all sports, especially golf. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Gay; daughters, Kathleen and Kelly Ann; mother, Patricia Audie; brother, Patrick; and sister, Eileen Manske. A. WINSTON OXLEY Oxley, 60, of Dallas, died August 25, 2015. He received his law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1980. Oxley was an associate of Gardere & Wynne from 1980 to 1982; an associate and then partner in Johnson & Swanson (later Johnson & Gibbs and Johnson & Wortley) from 1982 to 1994; and a partner in Vinson & Elkins from 1995 to 2014. Oxley enjoyed riding his motorcycle to many destinations around the country and became a member of the Iron Butt Association. He was also interested in firearms and history. He is survived by his wife, Tamie, and mother, Charlene. CHARLES G. BELL Bell, 60, of Dallas, died August 30, 2015. He received his law degree from Southern Methodist University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1980. Bell was an attorney with Stewart & Stimmel, Gwinn and Roby, and Vial Hamilton, and he then was a founding partner in Krueger, Bell and Bailey. He also was a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, elected in 2002, and a member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel. Bell enjoyed his association with Ursuline Academy of Dallas Dads Club; was on the vestry of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd; and is remembered for his keen intellect and irreverent sense of humor. He is survived by his children, Audrey and Austin; and girlfriend Marsha McRae. HOWARD F. NAUGHTON Naughton, 85, of Spring, died June 22, 2015. He served in the U.S. Army Air Forces from 1947 to 1952 and then received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. Naughton was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1959. He was a landman for Humble Oil and Refining Co. in Midland from 1959 to 1962 and an attorney for Exxon Co. USA in Houston from 1962 to 1992, at which point he continued to do contract work for the company until 2005. Naughton enjoyed reading, spending time with family and friends, and watching UT sports. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Bobbie; son, James; daughter, Catherine Crossley; brother, Jack; and four grandchildren. RONALD D. DICKENS Dickens, 63, of San Marcos, died August 13, 2015. He received his law degree from South Texas College of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1982. Dickens was owner of the Dickens Law Firm in Alpine from 1982 to 1987, in Stephenville from 1987 to 2004, and in San Marcos from 2004 to 2015. He was a past president of the Erath County Bar Association and a member of the Hays County Bar Association. Dickens was a “man of many trades” and enjoyed being a private pilot and carpenter, as well as playing guitar, banjo, and harmonica. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Pamela; daughters, Amanda Jordan and attorney Emily Brooks; mother, LaVerne Senter; brother, Randy; sister, Sue Persons; and two grandchildren. CARLOS ALBERTO VILLARREAL Villarreal, 53, of Corpus Christi, died August 26, 2015, of merkel cell carcinoma. He received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law, was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1986, and received his Master of Laws from Harvard Law School in 1990. Villarreal started his career as an associate of Hunt Hermansen McKibben & Barger in 1986 and was made partner in 1992. He was a name partner in the firm, currently McKibben & Villarreal, from 1997 to 2015. Villarreal was a participant in the UT School of Law Distinguished Minority Alumni Portrait Series, and his family established an endowed scholarship bearing his name at the law school. Villarreal is remembered for his work as an outstanding appellate attorney, academic pursuits in promoting diversity in the law, and advocacy of rights of material witnesses in immigration cases. He also loved world travel. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, attorney Amy; son, Franklin; and daughter, Alexandra. VICKI ANN TURKO Turko, 54, of Houston, died August 21, 2014. She received her law degree from the University of Houston Bates College of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1985 and the Louisiana Bar in 1996. Turko was a criminal law attorney with Clyde Woody; a solo practitioner; an assistant district attorney in Harris County from 1991 to 1995; a limited partner in Chopan Wagar in Metairie, Louisiana, from 1996 to 2002; an attorney with Whittington von Sternberg in Houston from 2002 to 2009; and a senior attorney with Soulé, Baldwin & Fanaff, working for Farmers Insurance Group. Turko was a dedicated and well-respected lawyer in the community who is dearly missed by her many friends and colleagues. She is survived by her mother, Marjorie, and sister, Karen Preisler. TERRELL LANE PACE Pace, 68, of Livingston, died February 27, 2015. He received his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1972. Pace was an associate of Jones & Tanner in 1972; a partner in Jones, Tanner & Pace from 1973 to 1976; a partner in Pace & Moore from 1976 to 1977; a partner in Pace, Moore & McClendon from 1978 to 1980; a solo practitioner from 1981 to 1983; a partner in Pace & Brown from 1983 to 1989; and a solo practitioner from 1989 to 2015. He was a past presiding officer of a State Bar grievance committee, on which he served approximately 13 years, and also was a member of a District Committee on Admissions and a past president of the Polk County Bar Association. He served in the U.S. Army, Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Army National Guard of Texas. Pace is remembered for his honesty, integrity, and genuine love for people and desire to help others succeed in life. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Marsha; son, Alexander; daughters, attorney Judith Youngman, Misty Howell, attorney Caroline Pace, and attorney Mary Livingstone; brothers, Perry III and Gerald; and nine grandchildren. ALFRED AUGUSTUS SCHROEDER Schroeder, 78, of San Antonio, died June 8, 2015. He received his law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1961. Schroeder was CEO of Manufacturing Lancer and then Manufacturing Schroeder America from 1968 to 2014. He enjoyed hunting, ranching, and fishing. Schroeder is survived by his wife of 56 years, Linda. JUSTIN SHAWN MOCK Mock, 35, of San Angelo, died July 21, 2015. He received his law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2008. Mock was an associate of Melvin Gray & Associates from 2008 to 2012 and a partner in Ellis & Mock from 2012 to 2015. He also was a member of the Tom Green County Bar Association and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. Mock is remembered as a faithful Christian, devoted husband, and loving father. He is survived by his wife of 13 years, Katy; sons, Jamison and Nolan; daughter, Michal; mother, Kim; brother, Jonathan; and sister, Jarryn Prowell. ALVIN J. GESKE Geske, 72, of Kensington, Maryland, died March 15, 2015. He received his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School, was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1967, and also was a member of the District of Columbia Bar. Geske was an attorney with Jackson, Walker, Winstead, Cantwell & Miller in Dallas from 1967 to 1968 and served in the U.S. Army from 1968 to 1970. He then was an assistant branch chief in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Washington, D.C., from 1970 to 1974; a tax attorney with Childs, Fortenbach, Beck & Guyton in Houston from 1974 to 1975; an attorney and assistant legis-lation counsel for the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation from 1975 to 1981, working on the Tax Reform Act of 1976; and an attorney with Holland & Knight in Washington, D.C., until his retirement in 2014. Geske also was a former chairman of the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation Agriculture Committee. He loved golf and bridge and was an advocate for persons with disabilities after the birth of his son with significant disabilities. Geske is survived by his wife of 46 years, Cheryl; and sons, Daniel and David. JOSEPH F. NISTICO JR. Nistico, 64, of Houston, died June 21, 2015. He received his law degree from Southern Methodist University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1980. Nistico was a litigator/partner for Fulbright & Jaworski from 1980 to 1994 and a partner in Nistico, Crouch & Kessler from 1994 to 2015. He is remembered as a mentor who loved the courtroom, as well as a gourmet cook, wine enthusiast, and world traveler. Nistico is survived by his sons, Joseph III and Thaddeus; mother, Helene; sister, Paula; and girlfriend, Marjaneh Sabzevari. GARY GILLILAND Gilliland, 73, of Greenville, North Carolina, died September 30, 2015. He was one of the last attorneys in Texas to “read the law,” which he did at Odeneal and Odeneal in Dallas. Gilliland was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1975. As a trial attorney in Texas, he developed a system to remove a backlog of cases. Gilliland then moved to North Carolina, where he had a law practice focusing on tax and federal court cases. He is remembered for his intelligence and boundless curiosity, his willingness to listen, and his kindness. Gilliland is survived by his wife, Mary; and daughter, Clare Toohey. SHIRLEY W. WARREN Warren, 79, of Lubbock, died January 5, 2015. She received her law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1983. Warren was an assistant district attorney in Lubbock County from 1983 to 1993 and an assistant county attorney in Travis County from 1993 to 2003. She is remembered as an active member of the Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday School, and a strong proponent of education, having also earned two master’s degrees and served as a middle and high school teacher before becoming a lawyer. She also loved the West Texas farm that she owned with her husband. Warren is survived by her husband of 62 years, Bill; sons, Louis, attorney Larry, and Steve; brother, Gerald; and five grandchildren. ROBERT E. HOSKINS Hoskins, 71, of Galveston, died September 9, 2013. He received his law degree from Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1976. Hoskins was a solo practitioner from 1976 to 2013. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1964 to 1968. Hoskins was very active with the local Boy Scouts from childhood onward; the Old Central Cultural Center, a nonprofit established in honor of one of the state’s first high schools for blacks; and Macedonia Baptist Church, which he attended for more than four decades. Hoskins is survived by his wife of 47 years, Billie; sons, Rory and Marc; brother, Gerald; sisters, Carolyn Softly and Jeannette Malveaux; and four grandchildren. MARSHA ANNE MONROE Monroe, 63, of Sanderson, died August 4, 2015. She received her law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1978. Monroe was an assistant district attorney in the 63rd Judicial District from 1978 to 1981, county attorney of Terrell County from 1981 to 2015, and a solo practitioner from 1981 to 2015. She also owned Lemons Abstract Co. from 2005 to 2015. Monroe is remembered for her love of playing golf, singing in the Presbyterian choir, and ranching on her family land. She is survived by her son, Calvin Hutto, and mother, Reba. FRANK R. JEWELL Jewell, 84, of Paige, died October 15, 2014. He received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1955. Jewell was an attorney in the Dallas County DA’s Office from 1955 to 1957; a partner in Hultgen, Jewell & Kolb from 1957 to 1984; and an attorney with Jewell & Associates from 1984 to 2001. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hiking, camping, and spending time on his family’s Bastrop ranch with his dogs, and he also loved to read. Jewell is survived by his wife of 59 years, Margaret; sons, Frank, Walter, and Michael; daughter, Laurie; and five grandchildren. Submit a memorial at texasbar.com/memorials or call (512) 427-1830. For information on closing a deceased attorney’s practice, go to texasbarcle.com/materials/closingapractice.html.
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