Meet Our TeamCommitted to a Higher Level of Service
Being a native North Carolinian and long-standing resident of Tennessee, becoming a Friend of the Smokies member was only natural. Mark’s engagement with the organization has extended over the decades, and he now proudly serves as Board Chair Emeritus. Mark created Trails Forever, a trail improvement project co-funded by Friends of the Smokies and the Aslan Foundation.
LeConte Title is named after the Smokies’ famed Mount LeConte, the highest peak in the Smoky Mountains. LeConte Title is Committed to a Higher Level of Service. We obsess over all of the details so you can enjoy a stress-free and enjoyable closing!
Mark K. Williams
President, LeConte Title
Mark is from Robbinsville, North Carolina. He attended Western Carolina University where he was a member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Student Government Association President and obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree, magna cum laude, in 1981. He obtained a Juris Doctor Degree from Duke University School of Law in 1984 and joined the firm in 1985, becoming a shareholder in 1990 and President and Managing Shareholder in 1998. Mark has achieved an AV Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating and is admitted to practice in the States of Tennessee and North Carolina and before the U.S. District Court, Eastern Division of Tennessee and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. His primary practice areas are Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Real Estate Law and Mergers and Acquisitions. He is a member of the Tennessee, North Carolina, Knoxville, Buncombe County (NC) and American Bar Associations. Mark is a Fellow of the Knoxville Bar Foundation and a member of The Hamilton Burnett American Inns of Court, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Mark has a long history of involvement in community activities. He was honored as Chair Emeritus of Young-Williams Animal Center, which bears his name. Mark is the Board Chair Emeritus of the Friends of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and also serves as a director and the Secretary of Aslan Foundation, and a director and the Vice President of Cherokee Country Club. Mark has served in other leadership positions, including: Senior Warden and a member of the Chapter of St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral. founding director of The Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum; member of the University of Tennessee Chancellor’s Associates; founding President of the Sequoyah Hills Preservation Society; chair of the Mercy Health Partners Foundation Board, chair of the East Tennessee Foundation; director of the Knoxville Area Chamber Partnership; and member of the Leadership Knoxville Class of 1999. Mark has also served on the boards of the Knoxville Zoo, The Historic Tennessee Theatre Foundation, Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee, the Frank H. McClung Museum and The Wellness Community of East Tennessee.
Mark is married to Kristin Williams who owns a graphic design and advertising studio. Mark and Kristin have a daughter, Anna Bryn Williams who graduated from Webb School of Knoxville and is attending Dartmouth.
Walter T. Partain
Walter has been with LeConte Title, LLC since its founding in 2006, during which time he has secured titles for large residential and commercial developments and has honed his ability to unravel and solve highly complex title issues.
After graduating from Duke University in 1996, Walter worked in the capital markets division of one of the largest banks in the country. He entered Boston University School of Law as a Dean’s Scholar and while there was named a Paul J. Liacos Scholar and served as Notes Editor on the Boston University Public Interest Law Journal. After graduating cum laude in 2002, Walter worked in Boston as Assistant General Counsel for a nationwide alliance of nonprofit organizations advocating for consumer and environmental safety. He has practiced transactional law with Young, Williams & Ward, PC since 2004.
Walter grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, but now calls Knoxville home with his wife Denise, a history professor at the University of Tennessee, and their two daughters.
Matthew T. Anderson
Vice President, LeConte Title
Matt is a Knoxville native and received both his undergraduate and law degree, cum laude, from The University of Tennessee. Matt is admitted to practice law in the state of Tennessee and is a member of the American and Knoxville Bar Associations.
Matt is passionate about real estate and began his career working for a prominent commercial real estate development and brokerage firm where he gained knowledge in the complexities of real estate transactions and development and an appreciation for an effective title agent.
Since joining LeConte Title in 2015, Matt has focused on providing owners, buyers, and real estate professionals the highest level of specialized knowledge, expertise, and personal attention.
Matt is married to Andi Anderson, also a Knoxville native and graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law.
Gay is from Knoxville, Tennessee and lives in Halls. She graduated from Central High School in 1979 and attended Tennessee State Area Vocational School. She has worked in the legal field since 1980 and has been with the firm since 1992. Gay has extensive legal experience in real estate closings, both commercial and residential.
Gay brings a wealth of experience to each transaction, as she has successfully closed hundreds of title transactions. Gay is known and appreciated for her meticulous attention to detail, ability to organize efficient, low-stress closings and her friendly, helpful attitude.
She is married to David who is the Warehouse Manager for the Tool Crib Inc., a locally owned company. They have two children and four grandchildren. Gay and David are members of Beaver Dam Baptist Church in Halls and are passionate UT sports fans.
Lindsey is from Tazewell, Tennessee and currently lives in the Halls community. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with degrees in Political Science and Psychology. Lindsey joined Young, Williams & Ward in 2013 where she learned to navigate the complexities of real estate transactions. She now serves as a senior title processor and residential closer for LeConte Title where she strives to provide an enjoyable closing experience for all parties involved in the transaction.
Lindsey is married to Jeremy Rowland. Jeremy works for Dialysis Clinic, Inc. as a Hemodialysis Technician. Jeremy and Lindsey have two children.
Lena is Tennessee native and currently lives in Blount County. She maintains a Property and Casualty insurance license and prior to joining LeConte Title she worked in the Insurance Industry for several years and has an extensive Administrative background. She has been in the Real Estate Title Industry for over 6 years and currently is a Residential Closing Agent and Post Closing/Title Policy Agent for LeConte Title. She aims to make every closing a positive experience for LeConte Title’s clients by maintaining a positive and helpful attitude.
Lena has two adult children and two granddaughters whom she loves to spoil. She enjoys an amateur photography business and attending various concert venues in her spare time.
Lindie is a Pennsylvania native, growing up in the small town of Altoona. She graduated high school in 2011 and relocated to Knoxville, Tennessee in 2014. She obtained an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies, Summa Cum Laude from Pellissippi State in 2019, receiving memberships in Phi Theta Kappa Honor’s Society, Lambda Epsilon Chi, and Dean’s List status. Lindie is known for her keen eye and attention to detail along with her drive to succeed. After working in the customer service field, she understands the importance of a friendly face and pleasant demeanor. She is committed to providing high-end service to all of her clients.
Lindie’s legal interests include contracts, property, business law, and international law. During her free time, she loves to travel, nationally and internationally, and dabble in different languages; most successfully Danish along with German, Ukrainian, and any others that catch her eye. She has visited Denmark, but comes from Scottish heritage, and is now dedicated to visiting her ‘homeland.’