Martha Lampkin
Martha Lampkin is a resident of Montgomery after having lived in Spanish Fort, Alabama for over 20 years. She grew up near Selma and is a graduate of John T. Morgan Academy. She graduated in 1985 from Auburn University - Montgomery with a degree in finance. Being from central Alabama Martha is familiar with outdoor recreation on the state’s rivers and lakes.  

Her work experience includes real estate and mortgage review procedures in the trust department at AmSouth Bank in Birmingham and auditing and mortgage lending with Regions Bank in Mobile. She has also worked for Hallmark Marketing Company, in various retail jobs, and as a genealogy researcher. Martha has enjoyed working as a Marketing Assistant with Lake Martin Voice Realty since December 2015. 

She has been an active volunteer over the years with her church and her children’s schools serving on Spanish Fort’s elementary, middle and high school PTA boards. She was Chairman of the Grants and Scholarships Committee and a board member for the Spanish Fort Education Enrichment Foundation. Martha was also an affiliate member of the Women’s Council of Realtors in Mobile and held several offices with the American Institute of Banking. She served as a loaned executive with the United Way of Southwest Alabama in the 1992 campaign year.      

Martha is married to James Lampkin and they have two adult children - son, Brooks who is a medical student at the University of South Alabama and daughter, Ginny who will be starting optometry school in 2020. Both children are graduates of Auburn University and both will be getting married in 2019. James and Martha are members of the Church of the Highlands in Montgomery, Alabama. 

James and Martha are currently renovating a 1920s era bungalow in Pine Apple, Alabama. Martha is also the proud owner of her family home, Greenleaves in Pine Apple, built 1854.            

A lover of family and state history, Martha currently is serving her third year as President of the Wilcox Historical Society and is the social media specialist for two historical societies and several historic churches. A favorite past time of hers is genealogy research and documenting cemeteries in the Black Belt region having placed four on the Alabama Historical Commission Cemetery Register in the past few years.

Martha enjoys time with her two cocker spaniels, Bentley Bob and Kisses. She also likes photography and gardening (planting not weeding.)                                                       


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