Mark Allen Treadwell is a native of Dadeville and attended local schools. He is a 1980 graduate of the University of South Alabama with a BS in biochemistry. He has additional graduate study in chemical engineering from Auburn University. He holds a Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Birmingham School of Law where he was president of his class and vice president of Sigma Delta Kappa legal honorary.
Mr. Treadwell worked for Alabama Power Company in the Nuclear Generation Department for ten years. He spent five years at Farley Nuclear Plant and five years at the Corporate Office in Birmingham. He dealt mainly with radiation protection and radioactive waste issues.
Mr. Treadwell joined the Oliver & Sims firm in 1993 after three years of practicing in Birmingham. His practice covers a broad spectrum and includes criminal and civil litigation, domestic and family issues, and representation of various local businesses and utilities. He has litigated jury trials in both civil and criminal court, as well as numerous bench trials dealing with domestic relations and juvenile issues. He has been involved at the trial and appellate levels of capital murder defense. In 2002, Mr. Treadwell and Mr. Oliver formed the current Oliver-Treadwell, PC law firm.
Mr. Treadwell is married to the former Karen Daniels and they have two children; Marie Anne (Scout) and Margaret Adeline.
Tallapoosa County Bar Association, Past President 1999
Fifth Circuit Bar Association
Dadeville First United Methodist Church, Administrative Board Chairman
Dadeville Quarterback Club, Past President 2000
Dadeville Kiwanis Club, Past Board of Directors
Vision Athletic Apparel
Walnut Hill Water Authority
Lakeshore Family Medicine, PC
Kent Norris, DMD, PC
Dadeville Animal Care Center
Pleasure Point Park & Marina, Inc.
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