I worked with Thomas off and on for 18 years. When he worked at Eagle in the mid 90's he was one of my first accounts. I flew up from Chicago to see him and Thomas was worried that I would have no idea where to go or how to get downtown...so he took the time to drive out to the airport and pick me up. At that point I am some no name 20+ yr old right out of school that people in the financial industry could care less about. Thomas took the time to come out there and get me downtown bc it was my first trip seeing an account on the road. Since that visit, I have been on probably 2000 account visits on the road, Thomas is the only person who actually came out to the airport to give me a ride. Was a simple gesture but symbolized the type of guy that he was. He cared about other people...he had a huge heart. Our business is utterly brutal...Thomas had a light hearted way to keep things amusing in challenging times. So I always enjoyed talking to him and working with him. My friend you will be missed and I will see you on the other side.