Thomas Conlon – A Multi-Talent Individual
Thomas Conlon is an all-round talent who enjoys telling tales with great attention to detail, art appreciation and sports fanaticism.
He has provided industry sponsors with assistance by performing safety studies and offering regulatory consultation for clinical trial approval, with expertise in Recombinant Adeno-Associated Virus Vectors (rAAV).
Early Life and Education
Tom Conlon was an outspoken conservative voice on the St. Paul school board until he retired in 2009, before leaving to work full-time on Wall Street in 2009. Early Sunday morning in his car was found Tom’s body; police believe he may have succumbed to hypothermia after shoveling his driveway near home on 2100 Berkeley Avenue when neighbors and plow drivers noticed he appeared okay but did not ask for assistance, according to police spokeswoman Andy Skoogman.
Donating his body to medical research was part of his effort to find treatments and cures for essential tremor. His wife and daughter survived him; in addition, he was active at All Saints Church and Knights of Columbus as well as an avid sports fan who enjoyed watching football, basketball and baseball games.
Thomas Conlon is a partner at Hinman Howard & Kattell’s Pension and Employee Benefits Practice Group. His expertise lies in designing employee pension and welfare benefit plans as well as working on matters regarding executive compensation. Thomas provides advice to clients concerning plan compliance and operation issues such as amendments or terminations while also helping in creating, funding and operating employee stock ownership plans.
He has also provided efficient and cost-effective preclinical testing of gene therapy vectors, with particular expertise in recombinant Adeno-Associated Virus (rAAV). Industry sponsors have relied on his services for safety studies as well as regulatory consultation for clinical trial approval approval.
Tom enjoys reading and painting in his free time, volunteering his services for various organizations such as United Way of Broome County where he helped raise money.
Achievement and Honors
He tirelessly worked to ensure students and staff had all of the resources needed for success at college, mentoring a class of high schoolers in both academics and personal growth.
He was an active member of Mount Saint Mary College Alumni Association and its board. For his commitment to both academics and community service, he received their Distinguished Graduate Award.
Conlon also contributes his expertise as a safety consultant and regulatory adviser for clinical trial applications for industry sponsors. In addition, he founded USSVI’s New Jersey North Base and received its highest honor, the 2021 Joe Negri Award – truly embodying and embodying the submarine veteran creed and agenda in his work and life.
Thomas Conlon holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and four years of sworn law enforcement experience. Currently employed at the University of Maine as Safety and Security Lieutenant overseeing a team of officers.
He possesses an avid interest in arts and culture, particularly contemporary music. He has amassed an extensive symphonic and operatic repertoire and his recordings have garnered multiple accolades such as Grammy Awards and the Prix der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik award.
Er is remembered fondly by his beloved wife of 45 years, Barbara; daughters Kathleen Horan and Andrew Conlon; his grandchildren Thomas, Colleen, Madeleine Horan as well as Matthew Madison Brooklyn Conlon (his cherished nephews and nieces/nephews/cousins).
Thomas Conlon has an estimated net worth of $5 Million. His wealth was amassed through his professional association football career at various English clubs – winning League Two play-offs with Stevenage as one career highlight and also representing Ireland at U19 level.
After starting his professional footballing journey at Stoke City’s youth set-up, he joined Newcastle Town’s and Peterborough United’s academies before making his first-team debut for Peterborough United in a 2-0 win against Exeter City at London Road Stadium on 9 November 2013. A month later, manager Darren Ferguson gave him his initial 18-month contract.
He made 14 appearances for Hertfordshire club during his debut season but just missed out on promotion by one point when Southend United defeated them in League Two play-off semi-final, who boasted Joe Worrall from Conlon’s time at Vale of Leven as part of their roster.