Born September 8, 1904 in Appleton, WI
Attended East High School, Green Bay, Graduate of University of Notre Dame
Coached football at:
• St. Catherine, Racine,
• Washington Park, Racine,
• Green Bay East High School,
• Iowa Pre-Flight,
• St. Norbert College,
• UW-Madison Staff
Head Coaching Record: Won 126, Lost 24, Tied 8
Teams at East High School in Green Bay won five championships and had 36 consecutive wins. At St. Norbert College Tom coached teams that won 4 championships. In 1927, his senior year at Notre Dame Tom was co-captain with "Red" Edwards. In 1942 he received the Navy Certificate for his efforts in the Nations Physical Fitness Program. In 1952 the Notre Dame Club of Green Bay selected Tom as their "Man of the Year". He received the St. Norbert College Alma Mater Award in 1959.
He was a life member of the Green Bay Packer Alumni and was recipient of a certificate commemorating their 50 years for his contributions as a player and a coach. In 1965 the NCAA presented a memorial commemorating his contributions to athletics.
Tag(s): Hall of Fame