Attorneys Mark and Casey (Thomas) Guilfoyle were honored as Bishop William A. Hughes Awards recipients by Thomas More University on September 27.
The Bishop Hughes Award was established in 1996 to honor individuals who have made significant contributions to Catholic higher education.
Casey Guilfoyle, a 1981 Thomas More University J.D. graduate, has chaired the board of Covington Latin School, the 2018 Diocesan Parish Annual Appeal and has served as an active volunteer with the St. Vincent de Paul Society since 2009. She is current president of the Central District/Kenton County Council.
A Partner at DBL Law, Mark Guilfoyle obtained his law degree with honors from George Washington University in 1983. He practices in the areas of administrative law, healthcare law and labor and employment law. He chaired the Board of Catholic Charities and served on the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education and the NKU Foundation Board of Trustees. He has been active with the Alliance for Catholic Urban Education since 1998, currently chairing ACUE’s Development Board.
In 2013, Casey and Mark Guilfoyle were honored with the Marcella Strategier “Angel of Hope” Award from Catholic Charities.
Thomas More University Interim President Dr. Kathleen Jagger presents Casey and Mark Guilfoyle with a 2018 Bishop A. Hughes Award. (photo courtesy of Bruce Crippen from Bruce Crippen Photography).« Back to news