Thomas Lally is an attorney located in Canton, Ohio who provides legal assistance to both individual and business clients throughout Stark, Summit, Wayne and Tuscarawas counties.
Thomas Lally was found guilty by the Supreme Judicial Court for orchestrating the December 2001 killing of his friend’s 84-year-old great aunt to gain her share in her estate.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Lally was born and raised in Massapequa Park, Long Island as part of a Catholic family. He attended St. Patrick’s grade school before going on to Central Catholic high school and eventually Marquette University.
Starting his acting career off on stage performances such as Ron Hutchinson’s 1978 Project Theatre production of Eejits (with which he made his first television appearances). Later he made several television appearances including Bracken and Eugene McCabe’s 1979 play Roma as a religious fanatic.
Film and television work soon took up much of his time, as he appeared as a Garda sergeant in Bob Quinn’s Irish-language Poitin, The Ballroom of Romance (1982), Fools of Fortune (1990), Oliver Stone’s Alexander (2004) – all appearing as cameo roles; additionally he provided the voice for Brother Aidan in 2009 animation The Secret of Kells.
Thomas Lally has practiced ophthalmology for four decades. His expertise lies in diagnosing and treating glaucoma, cataract and dry eye diseases; treating patients at community hospitals, outpatient surgical centers and his own distinguished practice in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Greystone Monticello founder Scott Egan is responsible for its seniors housing bridge and mezzanine lending activities, having overseen over $3 billion in loan originations since its launch. Prior to forming Greystone Monticello he managed mortgage securitization trading at Ladder Capital as an executive managing director.
His combination of innocence with knowledge was immensely popular with audiences; audiences often associated him with Miley. However, he was an atheist due to belief that suffering and cruelty in the world cannot coexist with any idea of an all-loving deity.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Lally has been recognized by numerous organizations for his accomplishments and service. In 2015, he received both the Phil Lyons Outstanding Staff Award and Student Organization Award from Saint Louis University; also honored was his work for ACLU Pittsburgh Chapter and Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Pittsburgh.
He serves on the Board of Trustees for Briarcliffe College, one of the Company’s institutions. With an emphasis on education and as an active participant of its finance committee, Mr. Hoben takes great pleasure in upholding Briarcliffe’s legacy.
He has extensive experience coaching youth football and soccer. He holds a UEFA “B” coaching license, has conducted fitness training at Kilterran hurling club and loves spending time with his three sons and six grandchildren whom he deeply cherishes.
Thomas Lally prefers keeping his personal life out of the public eye. He does not currently have any relationships, although he enjoys watching sports and traveling; additionally he’s an avid reader.
In 2001, he was accused of planning the murder of an 84-year-old woman in Norton to steal her fortune. Together with her great nephew and a friend, they beat her until she died at her own home – initially believed to be accidental bludgeoning.
After retiring in 2012 from Pall Corp, he relocated to St. Petersburg and fell deeply in love with it. Since then he has become actively involved with community initiatives as he can’t imagine ever leaving this vibrant city.
He was an ardent family man, enjoying time spent with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Additionally, he enjoyed golfing and volunteering his services as a firefighter.
He brings over two decades of experience to the financial services industry, holding positions with Merrill Lynch (two years), Daiwa Securities and UBS/Greystone; additionally he is licensed health and life producer.
State’s key witness, Jason Weir, told investigators that Lally boasted about killing Marina Calabro to get his share of her inheritance. Corcoran found evidence linking Marina’s nail scrapings to DNA from Lally’s skin; these scrapings match exactly with scrapings found under Marina’s nails; thus lending credence to this theory; however, defense’s lawyer claims the stated motive – greed – does not make sense.