Three New Members Join Seminary Board of Regents
LATROBE, PENNSYLVANIA — Three new members have joined the Saint Vincent Seminary Board of Regents.Most Rev. Roger Foys is Bishop of Covington, Kentucky. Formerly vicar general and vocations director for the Diocese of Steubenville, Bishop Foys was ordained and installed as Bishop of Covington on July 15.The Hon. Maureen E. Lally-Green of Pittsburgh is a judge of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. Appointed by Governor Tom Ridge and confirmed by the Senate in 1998, she was elected to a ten-year term in January of 2000.Mr. Harry F. Murray of Fox Chapel is a former chief financial officer and vice president -of finance at Westinghouse, and also served as chief executive officer of Group W Cable.
Bishop Foys was born in Chicago on July 27, 1945. He studied at St. Francis Preparatory School in Andover, Massachusetts, the University of Steubenville, St. John Vianney Seminary in Bloomingdale, Ohio, and the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.He was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Steubenville on May 16, 1973. He was appointed Prelate of Honor to his Holiness Pope John Paul II on December 30, 1986. Bishop Foys served in both administrative and pastoral posts in the Diocese of Steubenville. He was Secretary of the Diocesan Tribunal from 1973 to 2002. Since 1982 he was Vicar General, Diocesan Consultor, Chairman of the Diocesan Finance Council, and Director of the Diocesan Data Processing Department. Among his memberships are the Canon Law Society of America, National Catholic Stewardship Conference, Conference for Pastoral Planning and Council Development and the National Association of Church Personnel Administrators. The Diocese of Covington, established July 29, 1853, comprises 14 counties in the north and east of Kentucky. It has a Catholic population of about 90,000 in a total population of about 452,000.
Judge Lally-Green holds a juris doctor degree from Duquesne University School of Law and a bachelor of science degree in secondary education from Duquesne. She began her career at Duquense University School of Law in 1983, moving from adjunct professor of law to visiting professor, assistant professor, associate professor and then professor of law, until her appointment as judge when she became an adjunct professor of law.She has served as a consultant to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania from 1985 to 1998, had her own law practice (1986 to 1998), was counsel to Westinghouse Electric Corp. (1978 to 1983) and was counsel for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (1975 to 1978). Prior to that she was an instructor in business law at Robert Morris University and an attorney in private practice.Her present professional memberships include the Allegheny County Bar Association, where she has served on its board of directors and as board secretary, as well as on a number of committees; the Pennsylvania Bar Association, where she is on the Commission on Women in the Profession, the Executive Committee and co-chair of the Governance Committee; Quality of Work Life committee Chair; and the Professional Ethics Committee. Other current memberships include the American Bar Association, Saint Thomas More Society board member, International Bar Association, International Women’s Judges Association and the Brehon Society. She also participated in “Race and Gender in the Judicial System,” a committee established by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania from 2000 to 2002.She is married to Stephen Ross Green, Esq. The couple has three children: Katherine, 20; William Ross, 18; and Bridget, 17.
Mr. Harry F. Murray
Mr. Murray attended Harvard Business School and received a bachelor of arts degree in accounting from Saint Vincent College in 1951. He is presently a member of the Diocese of Pittsburgh Finance Council and the Diocese of Pittsburgh Investment Committee, was a member of SCORE (retirees helping businesses) from 1992 to 1994 and the Duquesne University Board of Directors (1988 to 1990).Prior to his appointment as chief financial officer and vice president- of finance at Westinghouse (1988 to 1990), he was staff vice president reporting to the corporate controller (1987 to 1988), chief executive officer of Group W Cable (1983 to 1987), vice president of pension investments and investor relations (1979 to 1983), divisions general manager of the electronics divisions (1977 to 1979), and in charge of strategic planning for the defense and government groups (1971 to 1976). He also served as comptroller for defense divisions and for the electric-mechanical division, and has worked in headquarters, government accounting, and payroll accounting and budgeting. He joined the staff at Westinghouse in 1951.