Peter Lisnic, St. Rita '89, Volunteers Time to Serve as Trustee Benefiting Augustinians

Peter Lisnic, seen here enjoying the great outdoors, runs his own investment fund focused on real estate and equity investments in his professional life.  He began serving on Journey of a Lifetime Trust, among others benefitting the Augustinians, as a trustee in 2016

The Augustinians are grateful to Peter Lisnic for devoting his time to serving as a trustee on the Journey of a Lifetime Trust, among other trusts benefiting the Augustinians.  The Journey of a Lifetime Trust benefits retired and infirm friars.  He also serves on the boards of The Fr. Ray Ryan OSA Trust for Vocations and the Good Counsel Trust benefiting operational needs of the Province of Our Mother of Good Counsel.

Peter Lisnic proudly graduated from St. Rita High School in 1989 and looks forward to contributing to the success of the trust. “It is a true blessing to be in a position to help the Augustinian community, which has provided me with wonderful guidance and support through the years. I look forward to the opportunity to help and serve, and can hopefully compound the good work that Fr. Bernie, current/prior fund trustees, and all those affiliated with the Augustinians have done.”

Peter began his career as a CPA for a Big-6 accounting firm after graduating from the University of Illinois, and then moved into the investment world after completing his MBA at Northwestern University. He has spent two decades working in the investment field, including both debt and equity markets, with the majority of his experience in analyzing equity securities. He currently runs his own investment fund focused on real estate and equity investments.

All the trusts he is now serving on are separately incorporated and independent of the Midwest Augustinians' Province of Our Mother of Good Counsel.

Thank you for your service, Peter!


Patrick Murphy

Patrick Murphy has been working with the Augustinians in fundraising and communications since 2010. He began working with the Augustinian Vocations office in 2015. He also holds a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management.