Mr. Dale E. Slemons was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on February 26, 1960. He is a twelve year veteran of the United States Air Force. His military tours included two in Europe and one in the Middle East during the Persian Gulf War. During his military service, Mr. Slemons was awarded three Air Force Commendation Medals and two Air Force Achievement Medals.
Following his military career, Mr. Slemons graduated from The Citadel in 1996, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. While at The Citadel, Mr. Slemons was inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha, the Political Science National Honor Society where he served as Treasurer. He was also named to the Citadelís Deanís List for six semesters and to the National Deanís List. Mr. Slemons received his Juris Doctor in 1999, from The Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America. While attending The Columbus School of Law, Mr. Slemons was an Editorial Staff Member of The Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy. He served as Commissioner on the CUA Moot Court Board and held elected office in the Student Bar Association. Mr. Slemons was listed in the 17th Annual Whoís Who Among Law Students in 1998.
Mr. Slemons is admitted to the Bars of West Virginia, 1999, and the District of Columbia, 2001. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of West Virginia and the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. Mr. Slemons is a member of both the West Virginia State Bar and the American Bar Association. He devotes his practice primarily to the areas of workerís compensation, business litigation and personal injury law.
Mr. Slemons enjoys spending his recreational time with his family and friends. His wife, Kristen, is a Speech Pathologist working in a local school district. He has two daughters, Jessica Rose and Ashley Michelle, and is a Big Brother in the Berkeley County Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization. An avid golfer, he enjoys softball and watching the Atlanta Braves.