CARROLL--Tom. August 30, 1941 - August 12, 2014. Tom Carroll was a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a former officer in the United States Navy. In his early career, he became a CPA and rose to partnership in the firm of KPMG. The next step in his career was as a senior managing partner at Credit Suisse, Bankers Trust and finally at Prudential Financial where he was a senior Vice-President. At Prudential, he was a respected figure in the executive branch. He was acknowledged for his leadership in diversity, and his recognition and incorporation of all branches of military service personnel. As a member of both the New York Yacht Club and the Larchmont Yacht Club, he pursued his passion for sailing with great success and reward as captain of "Siren Song." He ran nine New York Marathons coming once under four hours. He established the Patrick and Mary Carroll scholarship fund at the University of Notre Dame and served on the board of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation. He is survived by his son Tom Carroll Jr., daughter Cathy Locabucci, three grandchildren and his partner of fourteen years Stefanie Powers. Services will be held on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 11:00am a the Frank Campbell Funeral Chapel on the corner of E. 81st and Madison. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Patrick and Mary Carroll scholarship fund and the William Holden Wildlife Foundation are appreciated.
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Published in The New York Times on Aug. 17, 2014