Valley Land Title Company
100 North Oak Street
Sallisaw OK 74955
Valley Land Title Company, formerly Cherokee Title & Abstract Company and Sallisaw Abstract Company, was established in 1979. It has grown as a licensed and bonded abstract firm, while also providing title insurance, closing services and all types of real property services to the public.
With long-standing relationships within the community and surrounding areas; Valley Land Title Company continues to deliver reliability, dependability, confidentiality and trust in each and every transaction.Becky Toney, Abstractor
Becky has worked at Valley Land since 1991. She is a licensed abstractor and is currently the head of our Abstracting Department after working in the Closing Department for nine years. Becky and her husband Alan have been married for twenty-six years and have two children.
Linda Rutherford, Closer
Linda has worked at Valley Land since 2005 and is the head of our Closing Department. Linda and her husband Eddie have three daughters and five grandchildren.
Sarah Garcia, Abstractor/Title Insurance
Sarah has worked at Valley Land since 2008. She is a licensed abstractor and title insurance agent and has worked in the abstracting industry since 2003. She also assists in the Title Insurance Department when needed. Sarah, her husband David, and her son live in rural Sequoyah County.
Melisa Johnson, Abstractor/Title Insurance
Melisa has worked at Valley Land since 2012. She is a licensed abstractor and title insurance agent. Melisa and her husband Clint have been together for fifteen years. She has one son and a stepdaughter. Melisa and her family moved here from California and have been Sequoyah County residents for eight years.
Brad is the President and co-owner of Valley Land Title Company, and is also the owner of The Law Office of L. Brad Allen, P.C.. Brad was born in Sallisaw and his family has been in Sequoyah County for over 175 years. Brad graduated from Northeastern State University in 1995. Since 1995, Brad has practiced law in eastern Oklahoma, specializing in real estate law. Brad is a member of the Cherokee Nation and lives on the family farm in Northwestern Sequoyah County with his wife and three children.