Daniel M. Martin and wife, Frances A. Martin
Daniel M. Martin obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Criminal Justice from the University of Alabama, and from there continued his education at the University of Mississippi School of Law.
After graduating from the University of Mississippi School of Law in May of 2008, Daniel and his wife, Frances, moved to Water Valley. Daniel joined John J. Crow, Jr., PLLC, as an associate in October of 2008. In October of 2012, Daniel and John decided to further solidify their professional relationship and created CrowMartin, PLLC. In his practice Daniel works closely with the farmers, businessmen, banks, and local governmental entities of Yalobusha County on a variety of legal issues.
Outside of work, Daniel and his wife try to stay involved in the Community and try to actively participate to make Water Valley and Yalobusha County a better place to live. Daniel and his wife attend the First Baptist Church of Water Valley. Daniel served as the Water Valley Area Chamber of Commerce President in 2012, and as the Water Valley Lions Club President from 2012 - 2013. He currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the Branch of Hope, a Christian non-profit organization that provides a sober living facility for those in need. In 2011, Daniel placed in the top four of the National Discussion Meet held by the American Farm Bureau Association in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2014, he was made a Melvin Jones Fellow by the Water Valley Lions Club for his dedicated humanitarian services.
Daniel M. Martin