North American Title Appoints President of Texas Region

August 18, 2016

North American Title Co. (NATC) has named Roland Love, shareholder with Winstead PC, as president of its Texas region. Love will oversee operations for NATC’s more than 20 offices throughout Texas.

“We are extremely fortunate that Roland Love has agreed to lead our extensive Texas agency operations,” said Tom Fischer, president of North American Title Group. “Roland’s well-known reputation for integrity, deep knowledge of the Texas title industry and extensive network of contacts are an ideal combination for the next leader of North American Title in Texas. We know that Roland will be a faithful steward of the fine organization that Bill Moize has led over the past several decades. In addition, we are in a growth mode and are confident Roland is the kind of leader who will propel us to new heights in the coming years.”

Love’s law practice has focused primarily on real estate and title matters for more than 30 years. He is a past member of Winstead’s board of directors, admitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and is board certified in commercial, farm and ranch, and residential real estate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. From 1987-1990, he was managing partner of McCauley, Macdonald, Love and Devin PC. He served as managing partner of Donohoe Jameson & Carroll PC from 1992-1995, prior to merging with Winstead PC.

“Roland Love represents the best-in-class for real estate law,” said David Dawson, Winstead PC chairman and CEO. “We’re proud to see him join a great client company like North American Title.  Considering Roland’s longstanding relationship with North American Title, this is a perfect fit for him.  He will be greatly missed around Winstead’s hallways.”

Love has served as chair of the State Bar of Texas Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section, as a Fellow in the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, and several chairmanships with the Texas Land Title Association. He serves as a member of the Texas Title Examination Standards Board and as an examiner for the State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.

“I have been a friend and business associate of Roland’s for more than 30 years,” said Moize, who plans to retire as NATC Texas president. “He has represented North American Title in document preparation, litigation and regulatory matters for the entire time. He knows our processes and practices from the title plant to the policy department, as well as the culture that we have developed over the years. Roland’s history in the title industry is legend, and we are indeed fortunate to have him as a member of our management team.”

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