Thomas Neo – Founder and Advisor at f3Logic
Thomas is co-founder, owner, and advisor at f3Logic with 25 years of RIA ownership and advisory experience.
He plead guilty to one count of embezzlement from programs receiving federal funds and one count of conspiracy to commit theft concerning programs receiving federal funds, which could bring up to 10 years in jail.
Early Life and Education
Thomas was raised in Norwood, Massachusetts. He attended Our Lady of Lourdes grammar school, Don Bosco High School and Wentworth Institute of Technology – working in restaurant kitchens as a youngster and relishing teamwork as part of that experience.
After graduating, he went to work for the National Labor Relations Board where he eventually earned a promotion as assistant attorney general. With Ronald Reagan elected, he advocated conservative political ideas but at hearings before Congress was often criticised by Black civil rights leaders.
Thomas was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, often seen as a gateway to Supreme Court appointment. He agreed with Justice Samuel Alito that public school admission policies meant to ensure racial balance are unconstitutional in Gratz v. Bollinger (2007) in writing a concurring opinion in that case.
Thomas’ abstract paintings have often been likened to Byzantine mosaics, the Pointillist technique of Georges Seurat and the Washington Color School. She has exhibited at Howard University and can be found in multiple private collections.
Nee was the department of music chairman at UCSD, conducting SONOR, an ensemble showcasing experimental composition by student composers at UCSD. He invited world-renowned composers like John Cage, Toru Takemitsu, and Iannis Xenakis for residencies that would help foster the next generation of performers and composers.
He is a licensed securities representative at LPL Financial and holds Series 6, 7, 24 63, and 66 registrations as well as life and health insurance licenses. Additionally, he holds Certified Investment Advisor status and has participated in various charitable efforts while receiving various awards for them.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas excelled at surgical techniques and research methodologies during an era when institutional racism was commonplace, working side-by-side Dr. Blalock in his laboratory to pioneer his groundbreaking studies on hemorrhagic and traumatic shock research.
Today, operating rooms across the globe feature surgeons trained by Vivien Thomas. He was well known as an adept and efficient cutting surgeon who made surgery look effortless.
Thomas More University Alumni Association will honor seven alumni in five categories that align with its mission this year, including New Orleans singer-songwriter Irma Thomas receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award for Performance at this fall’s Americana Honors & Awards show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
After taking a hiatus from music, Thomas resumed her recording career on Minit Records. Her records became regional best sellers and she worked club dates on weekends.
By the time Deaths and Entrances was published, Thomas had already become an icon among young people. They saw him as a sort of Celtic bard with magical rants; someone with access to roots of experience that more civilized Londoners lacked; plus his drinking and democratic tendencies made him the focal point of an undefined artistic rebellion.
Michael Nee and Kevin Thomas; his daughters Claire and Ellen Byrne; Cameron, Connor, Jackson, Ryan, Tucker Byrne as well as Shannon Webb (and many nieces and nephews) survive him as do many nieces and nephews.
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Justice Clarence Thomas amasses his wealth through legal practice, teaching, book deals and royalties from My Grandfather’s Son – published in 2008 with an advance of $1.5 Million – as well as being an adjunct professor at George Washington University and teaching constitutional law at various schools.
He serves on the boards of several institutions, such as Lincoln Center, MoMA, Cardozo Law School at Yeshiva University and Harvard University – making donations totalling millions to these establishments. Married and with one son living in St George Maine.