J. Ray Deal
Attorney at Law
J. Ray Deal is a native of Alamance County and has been practicing law over twenty years. He is a graduate of Elon College (Elon University) and the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. Since 1997 Ray has concentrated his practice in the areas of estate planning, asset protection for long term care needs and estate administration. Ray is a member of the Alamance County Bar Association, a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the Elder Law Section and Estate Planning Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.
Community interests revolve around elder issues, as Ray currently serves as chairman of the board of directors for The Willows, a federally funded senior housing project, serves on the board of directors and is past chairman for Alamance ElderCare, a non-profit agency serving the elderly and their care-givers, and is vice chairman of United Church Homes and Services, Inc. of Newton, North Carolina, a church-related, non-profit company providing senior housing and services. Ray also serves on the board of directors for The Village at Brookwood, a non-profit subsidiary of Alamance Regional Medical Center (Cone Health) and is on the Participant Advisory Council for Carolina Senior Care, a PACE program sponsored by United Church Homes and Services, Inc.
Ray is a lifelong member of First Reformed United Church of Christ of Burlington, NC, and has served on various committees within the church, is President of the consistory and is a Sunday School teacher. He is married to Amy Harris Deal and has three daughters, Caroline, Christine and Catherine.
Laura W. Milloway is a native of Guilford County. She received a BFA in education and an MSA in student administration from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro before attending law school at The Elon University School of Law. Laura was a member of the Elder Law Society at Elon. Before she became a lawyer in 2016, she was a National Board Certified teacher and taught in the Guilford County School System for many years. She is married and has two children, Matthew and Shawn. Laura is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the Piedmont Triad Women Attorneys Association, and the Greensboro Bar Association. She enjoys playing tennis, participating in the arts and traveling.
Laura W. Milloway, Attorney at Law