Profile of Steve Tomlinson
Steve Tomlinson is a pilot for Phoenix Heli-Flight and affiliated with Kettering Health Medical Group. He treats various conditions, such as Obesity and Overweight. Additionally, his patient satisfaction ratings are outstanding.
Steve is an accomplished manufacturing & operations executive with extensive domestic and international experience in plant operation, global supply chain & logistics management, health safety & environmental management.
Early Life and Education
Tomlinson made history during his rookie year by becoming only the third former Horned Frog player to rush for over 1,000 yards in an NFL season, earning Offensive Rookie of the Year honors and helping lead San Diego Chargers’ inaugural playoff appearance.
At his audition for X factor, Tomlinson sang The Plain White Ts’ “Hey There Delilah”. His performance impressed judges Nicole Scherzinger, Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell and earned him entry into bootcamp category. Once there he joined Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne as part of their group known as One Direction – who eventually formed One Direction together.
He enjoyed competing in triathlons and spending quality time with his family. A true gentleman, he never met a stranger and always offered assistance to those in need.
Tomlinson has extensive domestic and international manufacturing executive experience in all facets of capital equipment production, plant operations, global supply chain & logistics management, health safety & environmental management as well as cost effective heavy machining & fabrication operations.
Sir Stephen Miles Tomlinson PC is an honorable judge at the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, serving in their Civil Division as a senior member. Throughout his time there he has participated in all aspects of its jurisdiction.
In 2017, he mentored the boys category of The X Factor, selecting Dalton Harris, Armstrong Martins and Brendan Murray to move forward to live shows. Additionally, he is an author of several novels and plays including Managed Care, Free Trade and Millenium Bug.
Achievement and Honors
Tomlinson was part of One Direction, the British boy band which rose to global stardom. They sold over 35 million records worldwide during their career; many of their songs can also be heard in movies and TV shows including iCarly.
Tomlinson contributed lyrics for several of One Direction’s albums, such as Midnight Memories and Four, while also being an accomplished author who created two solo plays titled Managed Care and Free Trade.
Eugene Sepulveda and Steven Tomlinson received ADL Austin’s 2022 Raymond and Audrey Maislin Humanitarian Award on October 25. This couple were recognized for their efforts in building relationships that contribute to successful businesses, social impact and equitable infrastructure – something ADL Austin acknowledges at this event which also featured a moderated discussion regarding coming together regardless of political affiliations.
Steven Tomlinson was an active community member who never met a stranger. An advocate for veterans, he assisted anyone he could while also spending quality time with his family.
He was an Orthopedic Sales Rep since 1997 and most recently worked at Zimmer/Biomet. Additionally, he took great pride in the care of his home and landscaping, was an avid golfer, and took great pleasure from tending his flower gardens.
Steve enjoyed writing and performing solo shows that were awarded multiple times, such as “Churbusco by Heart”. Steve was known as being a gentle soul with an enormous heart who would leave an impression upon all he met. His memory will remain fondly held by those he left behind including Diane Tomlinson (wife) and children Christopher Tomlinson and Shanelle Tomlinson from Churubusco.
Tompkinson has invested most of his earnings in real estate. He owns multiple properties – including one mansion in North London – as well as being active in charitable giving by giving to several organizations.
Tompkinson made his acting debut shortly after graduating drama school when he appeared alongside Ken Goodwin and Freddie Davies in a 1988 Channel 4 short titled Treacle that earned a BAFTA nomination in the Best Short Film category.
In 2015, he played Bristol veterinarian Danny Trevanion on ITV’s Wild at Heart – which ran for seven series – while also appearing as a single episode guest star in Shelley and guest-starring roles on All at No 20, After Henry Casualty Boon as well as narrating their TV versions and A Band for Britain respectively.