​Greg and his wife, Christina, live with their two daughters, Lily (5) and Caroline (2) in Poplarville, Mississippi.  Greg has deep roots in Lamar and Pearl River Counties.  He is a native of Lumberton, and is the son of Paul Holcomb of Lumberton and the former Carolyn Pardue of Poplarville.  After completing his legal education and clerkship he returned home to serve his community and raise his children.  Greg and Christina practice law in Poplarville and attend the First Baptist Church.  

On November 8, 2016 the Pearl River and Lamar County citizens of the 106th House District will select a new Representative to advocate for their values and interests in Jackson.  The Mississippi House of Representatives plays an essential role in the passage of laws and creation of policies that impact our lives everyday.  As a small town attorney, Greg shares our local values and possesses the unique experience and training that we need to get results. 

  • Attorney with Williams, Williams & Montgomery, P.A. in Poplarville, serving South Mississippi since 1914

  • Former staff attorney/law clerk to the Judges of the 16th Chancery Court District     (Jackson, George & Greene Counties)

  • Juris Doctor, The University of Mississippi School of Law - Cum Laude

  • Admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in Mississippi and the Fifth Circuit

  • Certificate of Criminal Law, National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law

  • Bachelor of Arts, The University of Southern Mississippi - Magna Cum Laude                (Major in Political Science, Minor in History and Graduate of the Honor's College)

  • Associate in Arts, Pearl River Community College - Highest Honors & Student Government

  • Graduate of Lumberton High School - High Honors & Hall of Fame

  • Member of the PRCC Alumni Association

  • Member of the Pearl River County Bar Association

  • Member of the Mississippi Bar Association

  • Member of the National Rifle Association (NRA)