Houston Title Industry Professional Receives Prestigious Honor From Statewide Trade Association

AUSTIN – The Texas Land Title Association (TLTA), one of the state’s oldest trade associations, recently named retired attorney Tim Redding an Honorary Member for Sustained Meritorious Service. The award was presented during TLTA’s Annual Conference and Business Meeting. The designation is in recognition of Tim’s many contributions to the association and the title industry over a long period of time.

“We are delighted to present Tim with this prestigious honor,” said Leslie Midgley, CAE, Executive Vice President of TLTA. “Tim is held in the highest regard among his industry colleagues and his contributions to our association are too numerous to name. He is to be commended and congratulated for his long-time service.”

Tim Redding began his title career in 1978. His 35-year career in the industry includes experience working at both a title agency and national underwriting companies in a variety of executive underwriting positions. His vast knowledge includes all facets of the title industry, and he is an accomplished speaker on matters concerning real estate. A member of the State Bar of Texas, he was Vice President and Underwriting Counsel at First National Title Insurance Company before his recent retirement. He has been actively involved in TLTA, serving on a number of committees as a member and as Chairman. He served as President of the TLTA from 1997 to 1998 and was named Title Person of the Year in 1993.

About TLTA
Founded in 1908 and serving more than 13,000 professionals, the Texas Land Title Association (TLTA) is a statewide trade association representing the land title industry in Texas. TLTA members protect the property rights of Texans and provide peace of mind in real estate transactions. They bring certainty, efficiency and security by researching titles, safely conducting closings and issuing title insurance to protect real property owners and mortgage lenders against losses from defects in titles. For more information about TLTA, visit www.tlta.com.