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Richard G. Steele was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1943. He attained his undergraduate degree in 1965 from Washington University in St. Louis and his law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1968.
In 1968, Mr. Steele became a commissioned officer in the United States Army and served a tour of duty as a First Lieutenant in the Republic of Viet Nam as a platoon leader where he was awarded the Bronze Star.
Following his return from military service, Mr. Steele commenced private practice in Cape Girardeau, where he has concentrated in litigation, business and corporate law and family law. He was the 1977 recipient of the Lon O. Hocker Trial Lawyer Award.
Mr. Steele is a member of The Missouri Bar, the Cape Girardeau County Bar Association, the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, the Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Mr. Steele is a former member of the Board of Governors of the Missouri Bar and serves as vice chairman of the board of directors of The Bar Plan Mutual Insurance Company.
Mr. Steele is married to Gayle Speiser Steele and they have two sons.
5.0/5.0 on 06/07/11 on 06/07/11
5.0/5.0 on 04/24/11 on 04/24/11
Mr. Steele was very generous to take my case based on the simplicity of it. He was very professional and aggressive while looking out for my best interests during my div...Read more
1.0/5.0 on 06/03/13 on 06/03/13
In 15 months Mr. Steele only returned 2 phone calls. Was available to answer 1 phone call and saw me in person 3 times including 1 initial consultation, 1 pretrial conve...Read more
In 15 months Mr. Steele only returned 2 phone calls. Was available to answer 1 phone call and saw me in person 3 times including 1 initial consultation, 1 pretrial conversation 2 days before trial (which I requested) and the day we severed the relationship (I was a walk-in after no return phone calls). Our case was a total loss but because Mr. Steele never notified me of court judgement I now have a garnishment of my wages. I learned about the garnishment when I got my paycheck. POOR SERVICE!!Read less