Thomas Dwenger is a businessman, community leader and vocalist. He has performed the national anthem at various Fort Wayne Komets games as well as other events. Additionally, he graduated Bishop Dwenger High School in 1978 and currently sits on their board of trustees.
He is active in both his church and community. Additionally, he currently resides at 818 Kensington Lanes in Celina, Ohio.
Early Life and Education
Tom Didier graduated Bishop Dwenger High School in 1978 and recently was honored with Alumnus of the Year honors. Since then he has served on both school boards and as music booster volunteer. Married to Mary Gabet (Didier), they are parents to Paul Paige Lauren (all three are his), Colton is his grandson!
Tom’s extended families include aunts and uncles from both sides; these include relatives from the Dwenger and Langsdon clans as well as several cousins. Unfortunately, Brenda passed away in 2003.
Henry Stadtman was born to Johann Gerhard Dwenger and Maria Adelheid Dwenger on month day at a birth place. He had 15 siblings. On month day at death place he died, and was then interred at burial place.
Bishop Dwenger High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. After attending university at Michigan and playing center under Bo Schembechler for Bo Schembechler’s Wolverines football teams from 1980-1983. Each year he was named first team All-Big Ten Conference team by both coaches and Associated Press.
After graduation he joined Goodyear Aircraft Tire Development department in Akron, Ohio Tech Center where he retired after 43 years as SAE A-5C Aircraft Tire Committee Chairman – retiring after which time to found ES3 Inc Engineering and Software Systems Solutions of Greensburg Indiana.
Benjamin Hoffman, salutatorian of this year’s class at Bishop Dwenger High School in Fort Wayne, plans on pursuing a career in finance after finishing high school. To accomplish his goal he has worked tirelessly.
Achievement and Honors
The Dwenger Awards program was established in 2004 to recognize alumni/alumnae of Bishop Dwenger High School who have made significant contributions and distinction in their chosen profession and who embody Bdwenger’s mission in their daily lives. Awards categories include Alumnus/a of the Year; Athletic Hall of Fame; Arts & Letters, and Citizens of Two Worlds.
Thomas Dwenger was an enthusiastic sports fan who delighted in a wide array of activities outside the classroom. You might find him rooting on his favorite teams at a bowling alley or golf course; entertaining friends and family with his comedic quips was another common activity. Thomas is survived by his wife and two children and lived in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Thomas Dwenger is an ardent family man. He is proud to be the parent of three children – Tad Moskwa, Trey McHugh and Lauren McHugh – as well as being grandfather to two grandchildren: Damian and Ivyanna. His parents are Tom and Brenda Dwenger and he has four aunts and uncles including Ruth Langsdon, Karen Koehring, and Paul Dwenger.
He is a member of the Bishop Dwenger High School Alumni Association and an active volunteer within his community. His interests include golfing, gardening and traveling – and is always learning something new!
He currently resides at 818 Kensington Lane in Celina, Ohio and boasts an estimated net worth of $3.8 Million. Additionally, he is affiliated with the Democratic party and enjoys classic car collecting as an avid admirer of The Beatles and Marilyn Monroe.
Tom Dwenger was known for being a fun-loving individual. From heckling his teammates at the bowling alley to cracking jokes while golfing or feeding treats to his family dog(s), he enjoyed all sorts of antics while remaining an attentive husband, father and grandfatherTom’s beloved wife Suzanne passed away far too early. She left behind an incredible family and new baby granddaughter; please click the link below to donate and thank you in advance for your generosity!
Possible relatives include Janice Moore Dwenger and Glenn R Moore.
Thomas A Dwenger is currently 78 years old.