A native of Madeira, Tom graduated from Madeira High School in 1974. Throughout his high school years, he actively engaged in Baseball and Basketball, showcasing his passion for sports. He also dedicated a year to Cross-Country, demonstrating his willingness to explore various athletic endeavors.
Following his graduation from the University of Cincinnati, he established his construction business in 1978, embarking on a lifelong journey in the construction industry. Throughout his career, he remained committed to his roots in Madeira, actively contributing to the development and enhancement of the community.
In 2000, he led the transformative stadium renovation project, overseeing the installation of a new entrance, concessions, restrooms, and extensive concrete paving. His vision and dedication ensured that the stadium became a modern and welcoming venue for athletes and spectators alike.
In 2015, his commitment to enhancing Madeira High School’s facilities continued with the construction of the Fitness Center. This state-of-the-art facility provided students with access to cutting-edge equipment and resources to support their physical fitness and well-being.
Furthermore, he played a pivotal role in the creation of the Media Center outdoor study patio project, providing students with a conducive outdoor space for learning and collaboration.
His unwavering dedication to improving Madeira High School’s infrastructure and fostering a supportive environment for students and athletes exemplifies his enduring legacy and merits induction into the Madeira High School Athletic Hall of Fame.