Andrew Thome

Andrew Thome, Jr., Attorney at Law

Thome offers a comprehensive litigation practice, from professional liability defense and coverage advice, through insurance disputes to sophisticated commercial cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Dr. Andrew Thome offers services for foot and ankle trauma/sports injuries, deformities such as flatfoot deformity, cavovarus foot deformity, bunions and hammertoes as well as arthritis of the feet and ankles. He accepts multiple insurance plans.

Early Life and Education

Early Childhood Development (ECD) provides the foundation for learning and healthy growth among young children. ECD also serves as the cornerstone for academic achievements, economic productivity, responsible citizenship, lifelong health benefits and strong communities.

Researchers are beginning to comprehend the significance of an infant’s early experiences on his or her future physical, social and emotional wellbeing. These early experiences are shaped by many variables such as environment factors such as environment quality or proximity of caregivers as well as any learning opportunities presented throughout early development.

Many existing programs such as home visiting with nurse practitioners and high-quality early care and education have been shown to positively affect the development of young children, but there remains considerable variation in how much these interventions alter early-life conditions. Dr. Thome graduated from University Of Missouri-Kansas City School Of Medicine specializing in Orthopedic Surgery; currently, he practices at Providence and Rhode Island Hospital and accepts multiple insurance plans.

Professional Career

Thome has made quite an impression this spring for the White Sox, prompting fans to stop what they are doing just to watch him play. His approach to the game, mental strength and ability to remain calm under pressure all make up part of what sets him apart from other players.

Thome has joined Quad Cities River Bandits of the Midwest League – Houston Astros Class A affiliate – as their starting pitcher and is undefeated with an 0.69 earned run average in two starts.

He possesses three pitches; fastball, slider and changeup. He’s versatile enough to pitch from anywhere on the field and has great control of his pitches; additionally, they have been effective within the strike zone and hard workers as he has proven.

Achievement and Honors

Andrew Thome received the Edward N. and Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation Scholarship for Outstanding Medical Research on Age-Related Macular Degeneration in 2002. This scholarship supports direct service projects as well as medical research on diseases or disorders affecting older adults.

Before coming to UND, Thome excelled as a baseball player at St. Cloud Cathedral High School where he earned four letters and earned MVP of the Minnesota Class 2A state tournament tournament in 2011. In 2012 he was drafted by Houston Astros and played Class A Quad Cities River Bandits affiliate, Midwest League.

Thome has not only achieved professional success but has been honored with several accolades for his educational and mentoring work as well. These include a Distinguished Teaching Assistant award, the Commodore Award in Biostatistics and the W. S. Gosset Outstanding Faculty Mentor award.

Personal Life

Thome established himself as one of baseball’s premier power/on-base threats during his five All-Star appearances with Cleveland and four finishes among the top ten of their MVP balloting.

Thome hails from Peoria, Illinois. After enrolling at Illinois Central College he was selected by Cleveland Indians in 1989 for their draft.

Thome, a senior from University of North Dakota (UND), excelled on the mound during spring. He led his team in both ERA and innings pitched and completed three complete games – his performance earned him two research projects that will be presented at national conferences this fall; additionally he served as resident liaison at Alexian Village where he interacted daily with residents there.

Net Worth

Jim Thome is a retired professional baseball player, having competed 22 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Throughout that time he held positions with six different organizations such as Cleveland Indians (1991-2002 and 2011), Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Minnesota Twins.

Thome amassed 612 home runs during his career – eighth most ever in MLB history – and earned three All-Star selections. Additionally, he twice received the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award and one Lou Gehrig Memorial Award.

Thome boasts an estimated net worth of $80 Million. He owns a house in Hinsdale, Illinois featuring a tennis court, theater room and paneled library – home also contains two children and his wife; thus far his personal life remains free from controversy or scandal.

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