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A high honor

C. Stewart Mauney is a 1984 Furman graduate who practices law with Gallivan White Boyd.

Furman alum C. Stuart Mauney ’84, an attorney with Gallivan White Boyd, has been honored with the Greenville County Bar Association’s highest honor, the Tommy Thomason Award.

Mauney received the award on Jan. 24 at the Poinsett Club in Greenville. It recognizes the “Greenville lawyer who best exemplifies compassion, unshakeable integrity, strong personal values, and dedication to the community, humility, and diplomacy.”

The award is named for the late Tommy Thomason, a 1949 Furman graduate and distinguished member of the Greenville Bar Association who practiced law for more than 40 years.

Mauney focuses on the defense of business and commercial clients in the professional negligence and transportation law practice areas. He is a long time mental health advocate, currently serving as Chair of the Board of Directors for Gateway House.

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