Kacey Stevens is an attorney with Baker, Brown & Thompson in Lubbock who has been practicing transactional law for the past 21 years. Her experience includes estate planning & probate, trusts, federal estate and gift taxation, small business & business formation and non-profit law. She is a member of the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section and of the State Bar of Texas Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section.
Kacey is a Red Raider through and through as a graduate of Texas Tech School of Law (’00) and of Texas Tech University College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (’97). She is the proud daughter of a Texas farmer, having grown up the youngest of 3 children on a cotton farm near Turkey, Texas, and is a strong advocate for small business owners and farmers and ranchers.
Kacey previously served as the grants administrator for The J.T. and Margaret Talkington Charitable Foundation. She is passionate about local community service and giving back where you are planted. She and her family have spent their time volunteering with the South Plains Food Bank, St. Benedict’s Chapel, and Talkington School for Young Women Leaders, among others. Kacey serves on the Ambassador’s Council for Buckner Children’s Homes of Lubbock and is a long standing advisory council member for Talkington School for Young Women Leaders. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Wesley Foundation at Texas Tech.
Kacey met her husband Dallas at the Texas Tech Wesley Foundation and they have been married for 23 years. Dallas serves as worship pastor at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church – Southwest campus. Together they have 3 children – her oldest daughter is currently a student at the University of North Texas, her son is attending Texas Tech University, and her youngest daughter is in elementary school in the Frenship school district.