CLEVELAND, OH –The Reminger Foundation recently granted $10,000 toward the creation of a scholarship fund in honor of our departed colleague and friend Martin T. Galvin. The Lawyers Guild of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland established the “Martin T. Galvin Memorial Scholarship Fund” in conjunction with the Catholic Community Foundation in an effort to promote the value of a Catholic high school education and to honor Marty’s legacy.
The first recipient of the $1,000 scholarship is Kevin Cook from Saint Ignatius High School. He was presented with his award at a luncheon following the Lawyers Guild Red Mass, held October 5that the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. As part of this event, the Saint Thomas More Award was presented, in addition to a special recognition award to three retired Bishops of Cleveland: Bishop emeritus Richard Lennon, Bishop emeritus Anthony Pilla, and Auxiliary Bishop emeritus Roger Gries.
Applications for the scholarship in the future will be open to students attending a Catholic high school within the Cleveland Diocese, and who have a family member who is either a member of the Lawyers’ Guild or a practicing attorney. Scholarship applications will be available at the guidance offices of all eligible high schools starting in January 2019 for next year’s submissions.
“Marty would have been deeply touched knowing that his legacy would be helping students with access to a Catholic education,” said Brian Sullivan, an attorney with Reminger who also serves as the current President of the Lawyers Guild of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland. “Reminger is grateful to be part of this effort to keep Marty’s memory alive through the establishment of this fund.”
Marty graduated from Saint Ignatius High School then continued his studies at American University in Washington D.C., where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Marty received his Juris Doctor degree from The Ohio State University, where he was actively involved with the ABA National Moot Court Team and the Ohio State Journal of Dispute Resolution.He served as an attorney with Reminger from 2001 until his passing in 2018. Marty was active with the Lawyers Guild, the Irish American Legal Society, his parish, and other community and professional organizations. His reputation as a gifted lawyer was second only to that of his role as a dedicated husband and father to his two children.
If you would like to contribute to the endowment of the Martin T. Galvin Scholarship Foundation, please visit www.CatholicCommunity.org/Galvin-Scholarship.
For further questions about the Martin T. Galvin Memorial Scholarship Fund, please contact Brian Sullivan at 216.430.2190 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Reminger, Attorneys at Law:
Reminger Co., LPA is a full-service law firm with fourteen offices throughout the Midwest: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, Sandusky, Toledo, Fort Mitchell, Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Northwest Indiana and Evansville. With more than 140 attorneys collectively, Reminger's practice areas include all aspects of litigation, along with corporate, tax, real estate and probate matters. Our fundamental objective in all the legal services we provide is to obtain the best possible results for our clients in the most practical and efficient manner possible. For more information, visit Reminger at www.reminger.com.
About The Lawyers Guild of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland:
The Lawyers Guild of The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland serves the counties of Ashland, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Summit and Wayne. The Guild fosters spiritual growth and fellowship within the legal community, encourages observance of high ethical standards, and calls attention to legal and societal issues that affect morality, justice, and faith.
About Catholic Community Foundation:
The mission of the Catholic Community Foundation is to foster faith-based stewardship in the community for the spiritual, educational and charitable needs of all. We support the advancement of the work of the Church in Northeast Ohio, ensuring that our investments and grant recipients are in alignment with the teachings and values of the Catholic Church. We help donors continue the mission of Jesus to transform the world by connecting their support to ministries and services that lift up the Catholic community as well as the entire community. We earn public trust through the integrity of our work and strength of our partnerships. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) with a Board of Directors that includes Catholic, religious and community leaders.
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