Terry McVey Honored with Missouri Municipal Attorney Association's Lou Czech Award
Friday, August 10, 2018
Posted by: Laura Holloway
Terry McVey Honored with Missouri Municipal Attorney Association’s Lou Czech Award
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Terry McVey was honored July 21, 2018, with the Lou Czech Award at the Missouri Municipal Attorney Association (MMAA) annual meeting in Osage Beach, Mo.
The award honors the memory of Lou Czech, who served as city attorney in Berkeley from 1954 to 1994 and Hazelwood from 1970 to 1994. Czech was a founder of the MMAA. The award is meant to recognize public service that displays the same high standard of accomplishment, professionalism and ethical conduct as exhibited by Czech. McVey was nominated and chosen by his peers in MMAA.
McVey serves as the city attorney for the cities of Kennett, Portageville, Arbyrd and Cardwell and has more than 35 years of experience in local government law.
McVey is past president of the Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association and also Legal Services of Southern Missouri. He serves on the Dunklin County Bar Association, the Missouri Bar, and previously served on the MML Board of Directors.
He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Missouri and a J.D. degree from the University of Missouri School of Law.
The Missouri Municipal Attorneys Association is an affiliated association of the Missouri Municipal League, a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. The MMAA works to enhance cooperation among and between municipal attorneys in the State of Missouri and facilitates relationships with state and municipal officials, both elected and appointed.
The Missouri Municipal League provides a united voice for municipalities across Missouri. Founded in 1934, MML now serves more than 640 municipalities with training, resources and legislative advocacy for local government success. Learn more at www.mocities.com.