Thomas Barone Memorial Car Show
Thomas Barone is an academic storyteller whose narrative research offers vicarious participation to teachers and students, sparking insightful conversations and creating fresh perceptions of learning. Additionally, Thomas works to secure the future of narrative education research.
Joseph Caltagirone was diagnosed with an opioid use disorder and exhibited signs of addiction; unfortunately he passed away shortly after getting methadone from Barone.
Early Life and Education
Norristown >> When the Thomas Barone Memorial Car Show first kicked off in 2006, only 25 vehicles showed up. Now this annual event attracts 120 vehicles and draws hundreds of attendees throughout its day-long event.
But most importantly, this event raises funds for the officer’s family. “When they’re going through something hard like this,” organizer Kathy Barone noted.
Crow has met Justice Thomas several times and showered him with gifts, according to tax filings. Yet his generosity remains unclear to most; donations were made to both Yale’s Justice Thomas Scholarship Fund as well as an effort to commission a portrait of Ginni Thomas by Crow.
Thomas Barone lived and worked in North Plainfield NJ. He worked at Urbano Trucking before most recently Denbar Construction of Kenilworth. Thomas loved spending time with his family and being outdoors – especially watching baseball, the New York Giants and Nascar races! Additionally he enjoyed beach visits and boating.
He began coaching as an assistant at American River College before serving as offensive line coach at Sacramento State University and Texas A&M. Later he served as tight ends coach for Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos teams; during this time he taught Pro Bowl players Alge Crumpler and Antonio Gates.
He will be remembered by his wife Linda, his son Tom and daughter in law Amy as well as grandchildren Hiram Medina, Anthony Brady, Ryan Brady and Brooke Lynn Barone. A funeral Mass will be held Saturday April 29th at St Bridget Church (830 Worcester Road Framingham MA 01703) beginning at 10:30AM with burial to follow at Edgell Grove Cemetery.
Achievement and Honors
Tom Barone has won several awards for his academic administration work and is an esteemed academic administrator. He was an active member of both Association College Unions International and the National Association Student Personnels.
He has served on the boards of both Goodwill Industries and Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce, while with his wife Mary they own and manage 630 Main – an event space in downtown Zanesville that hosts events and meetings – as well as owning Olde Towne Antiques building that they intend to turn into multi-vendor food hall.
This car show marks another charity-oriented event hosted by the club; last May they held a Comedy Beef ‘n’ Beer Night that raised funds for Fellowship House of Conshohocken. Additionally, noncharitable car shows are hosted every other year.
Thomas Barone was a resident of Watchung and North Plainfield New Jersey and an avid supporter of NY Yankees and Giants sports teams as well as Nascar. Additionally, Thomas donated his services and time generously, offering assistance wherever possible through charitable organizations or helping people out whenever needed.
At Wachovia Banks he served as a Financial Specialist until retirement. Survivors include Barbara his loving wife; three of their children Thomas V. Barone Jr. Amy and Christine Barone of Piscataway as well as Tracy Barone from Kenilworth; five of his grandchildren Hiram Medina Anthony Ryan Brady Brooke Lynn Chloe Barone as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
On October 11, 1992 in Norristown, Pennsylvania he was shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance call; today his heroism remains remembered.
Thomas Barone Memorial Car Show first started out with only 25 vehicles displayed at Norristown Maenner-Chor Club (920 Haws Ave). Since then, participation and spectator numbers have greatly increased – as have funds raised for a local police officer killed while on duty.
According to public records, Mr. Barone owns properties across five states and 13 counties in America, as well as having made over 25 trades of PBF Inc stocks since 2015. His most significant transaction occurred on 1 November 2022 when he exercised 32,500 units worth $822,250 at once.