Thomas M. Guinan
Thomas M. Guinan has an extensive background in elder, business and corporate law. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1974 and the New Jersey Bar in 1987. He was the chairman of a local community bank board of directors. He is a member of the board of Holy Redeemer Hospital, past president of the Lower Moreland Business Association and the Frankford Kiwanis Club; past co-chairman of the Montgomery Bar Association Construction Law committee; member of the Estate Planning committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association; past chairman of the Huntingdon Valley Library and Frankford Hospital School of Nursing Golf and Tennis Outing; Past Solicitor for Glenn Foerd and past president of the Cape May Cottagers Association; past board member of the Cape May Taxpayers Association; member of the Historical Society of Frankford; member of American, Pennsylvania and Montgomery County Bar Associations, St. Thomas More Society, and past member of the Board of Governors of Torresdale-Frankford Country Club. He does pro bono work for the Montgomery County Legal Aid Office and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Mr. Guinan is a graduate of Villanova University and Temple University Law School. He and his wife Judi are the parents of three.
Mr. Guinan is admitted in New Jersey.
In June of 2016, Mr. Guinan completed The Camino de Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage. The Camino de Santiago de Compostela is also known by the English name "The Way of St. James" and is dedicated to the Apostle. Mr. Guinan and his son, Tom, began this holy pilgrimage in 2010, and completed walking the last two thirds (approx. 250 miles) in June, 2016. The traditional route goes through the Pyrenees Mountains and continues for about 510 miles. Tom and his father met many interesting people along their journey; including a Bishop from Barbados who wrote “No Greater Love”, a blog about the time he spent with Tom and his son. A great deal of information regarding the Camino can be found on the internet, and even YouTube, for those who are interested in reading more about the journey.
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Thomas M. Guinan