Thomas Seaman Company has extensive experience acting as court-appointed receiver, trustee, provisional director and administrator in hundreds of matters. Their experts excel at handling situations involving distressed businesses or debtors that present special challenges.
Tom was raised on his family farm in Minnesota and currently works as a route salesman for Messick Farm Equipment. Together with his wife Karen he ranches in Newell’s Southeast section.
Early Life and Education
Thomas and Friends has delighted children for decades. It all began when Reverend W. Awdry began telling Christopher captivating tales of trains. These tales quickly evolved into fully realized adventures involving characters with distinct traits and names, including Thomas himself!
In 2021, DNA tests confirmed that the remains were those of Able Seaman Thomas Welsby Clark. Since then, his descendants have celebrated his life and accomplishments.
Tom grew up on a farm in Southeast Newell with his wife Karen and 3 children: Jessica, Sunny and J.C. He worked as a route salesman for Messick Farm Equipment before creating his “Too Much To Do” farm – full of classic Ford cars and tractors for fun-loving family fun days at “Too Much To Do Farm”. Tom is survived by Karen his wife of 43 years; daughters Jessica and Sunny (his two daughters) as well as son J.C.
Thomas Seaman is an experienced civil litigator. He has represented clients in a range of cases – car accidents and construction injuries being just two – while also working closely with insurance companies to review claims and negotiate settlements.
Seaman had been England’s starting goalkeeper until conceding in a Euro 2004 qualifying match against Macedonia under Sven-Goran Eriksson, leading him to being dropped. Kevin Keegan then reinstated Seaman for UEFA Euro 2000 where he failed to keep either Portugal or Romania clean sheets.
He and Muriel, his wife, are members of the Church of God in Christ. Together they have traveled widely directing music and teaching about worship services as part of an extensive ministry association network in Southgate. Furthermore, they participate in choir practice at Good Samaritan Southgate Care Centre.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Seaman is an inspiring life coach who specializes in health and wellbeing matters. He believes health forms the basis for happiness and accomplishment, using various motivational techniques to assist his customers push through challenges while deepening relationships.
Seaman Corporation associates are collaborative, hardworking individuals who readily cross department lines to take on special initiatives and look forward to career development opportunities. They feel like family at work and the company rewards their dedication.
Norm Seaman was not only a pioneer in fabric research and development; he also introduced revolutionary new technology that set new world standards in versatility and performance. Additionally, he instituted an exceptional corporate culture characterized by collaboration, excellence and team spirit; this led directly to the formation of the Navy’s inaugural unified team.
Thomas Seaman serves All Souls College of the University of Oxford as Fellow, Sub-Warden and Estates Bursar as well as on its Board of Trustees for Property Advisory Group and Investment Committee of Oxford University Endowment Managements’ Property.
Tom is skilled at performing the specialized role of receiver, and has extensive business acumen to serve as your asset manager. No matter if it involves insolvency, disputes, or regulatory compliance matters – Tom can quickly and efficiently help resolve them for you.
Tom loves spending his free time with family and friends, competing in sports or rodeo events, joking around with them, skiing Terry Peak or attending car and tractor shows – activities he finds fulfilling but his most precious possession remains his family.
Seaman has amassed an estimated net worth of $14 Million thanks to his stellar career as the Chief Financial Officer of C&F Financial Corp, where it has enjoyed great success under his guidance as part of their executive team.
He makes significant investments in the financial services sector. With an intimate knowledge of this field and insightful knowledge to offer, he often contributes his thoughts through popular online publications.
Hometeam will entrust him with overseeing all financial aspects including legal and compliance. He joins Hometeam from Orbis International where he was Senior Vice President and General Counsel; prior to that he held similar roles at Teladoc; with experience handling several IPOs and M&A transactions under his belt, including an initial public offering (IPO).