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Vincent M. Boyle is an associate attorney with Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, representing employers and insurers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims and management of workers’ compensation risk. Since returning to Peoria four years ago, he has strived to make a positive impact in the community, immersing himself in various professional and community organizations and taking on leadership roles beyond expectations.

An active member in the Peoria County Bar Association (PCBA), Boyle co-chairs its Young Lawyers Community Outreach Committee and is responsible for coordinating numerous activities that benefit the community, from beautification projects and blood drives to a mentoring program for Bradley pre-law students. He has twice chaired the PCBA’s Project Santa program, a holiday gift-giving initiative connecting the local legal community with underprivileged children. Last year, under his direction, the program benefited approximately 300 children and raised more than $3,000 for South Side Mission.

Boyle volunteers his time as a Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce ambassador and at-large executive board member, and serves on the Heart of Illinois Big Brothers Big Sisters Board of Directors, Peoria Promise Young Leaders Advisory Board and Young Professionals Organization of Greater Peoria Board, chairing its Government Affairs Committee. He has previously volunteered as a Big Brother, served on the Bowl For Kids’ Sake Committee, sat on the Peoria Area Chamber’s Membership Committee, helped organize the Arthritis Foundation’s annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk, and chaired the committee that implemented the foundation’s first Reindeer Dash, a children’s run that increased participation and proceeds for the entire Jingle Bell event.

Boyle is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law. In 2008, he earned pro bono notation as a law student, donating his legal services to the City of Chicago as it revised its building code, which included green initiatives to protect the environment and improve quality of life in the city. iBi