C. Stuart Mauney Receives the Greenville Bar Association’s Tommy Thomason Award
Jan 11, 2019 10:14AM
The Greenville County Bar Association has honored attorney C. Stuart Mauney of Gallivan White Boyd with the prestigious Tommy Thomason Award. Thomason was a distinguished member of the Greenville Bar Association who practiced law for over 40 years. The award was established in 1993 to recognize the Greenville lawyer who best exemplifies compassion, unshakeable integrity, strong personal values, and dedication to the community, humility, and diplomacy.
Mauney will be presented with the Greenville County Bar Association’s highest honor at the awards luncheon on Thursday, January 24th at the Poinsett Club in Greenville, South Carolina. The award celebrates those who are admired by peers, dedicated to improving the legal system, and committed to resolving disputes in ways that minimize conflict.
Greenville Bar President Kirby Mitchell commented that “Stuart is a deserving recipient of the Greenville Bar’s Tommy Thomason Award. He has long practiced with care, integrity, professionalism, and a sense of humor and humanity that makes it a pleasure to know him and work with him. On behalf of the Greenville Bar: Congratulations.”
Mauney has been practicing law for over 31 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. Mauney is the former chair of the board for the Upstate Mediation Center and the Mental Health Association of Greenville County. He has also served as a volunteer with the SC Bar Lawyers Helping Lawyers program and previously served on the Advisory Committee for the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs. He is a graduate of Furman University.