John is an experienced legal and engineering professional with expertise in dealing with the due diligence and risk analysis aspects of complex real estate acquisitions and financing deals. He provides clients with advice on all aspects of these complex commercial deals.
He is highly proficient in construction and engineering documentation, industrial park covenants and restrictions, development services agreements, drainage/utility easements and environmental assessments. Furthermore, he has considerable expertise negotiating joint venture development contracts as well as corporate structuring for Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds (QOZFs) and Qualified Opportunity Zone Businesses (QOZBs).
Early Life and Education
John Tomlin was born in Cumberland County, N. J. on September 11th 1815 as the son of Rebecca (Moslander) Tomlin and was raised and educated within this county.
He was married to Miss Catherine Zentmire in July, 1863 and they had ten children together – six of whom survived him.
He was a farmer who owned and cultivated an exquisite farm of well tilled land, dedicated to breeding quality livestock. His residence boasted an attractive dwelling as well as a spacious barn.
He was a member of Foothills Bible Church and active in the youth group at Riverside Baptist South. In his free time he enjoyed driving his beloved Chevy pickup. Additionally, he served on the Shelby County Historical Commission and enjoyed listening to country music. Most importantly, though, was his love for family and Shelby County that never wavered.
Tomlin, a graduate of Denbigh High School in Newport News, Virginia, earned three years as a starter at the College of William and Mary as a wide receiver/tight end. In 1994 he earned himself a spot on the second team All-Yankee Conference.
After his playing career, he transitioned into coaching in college football. He worked as a linebackers coach at Arkansas State University and then as a defensive backs coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In 2007, he was hired as head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers and inked a four-year deal that was reported to be worth $2.5 million annually.
Achievements and Honors
Tomlin has earned a host of accolades throughout his career, such as eight Emmys, two Peabody Awards, a Grammy and Tony Award. Additionally, he is an acclaimed author and philanthropist.
The SAG Life Achievement Award recognizes a performer whose work, career and contributions to acting embody SAG’s highest standards of excellence. From her stage presence (Appearing Nitely), film work (Nashville), television appearances on The West Wing or Web Therapy to her involvement in philanthropy, Tomlin has demonstrated her dedication to upholding human rights and social justice throughout her career.
Tomlin is actively involved in numerous AIDS-related organizations, advocates for animal welfare and healthcare, and supports the LGBTQ community. She supports Smile Train — an international charity providing cleft palate/lip surgery to children — as well as PAWS/LA — an organization which assists low-income elderly individuals living with catastrophic illness to keep and care for their pets.
John Tomlins is renowned for her comedic work. She began her career in stand-up comedy and later featured on the popular television show Laugh-In.
Tomlin has also starred in several movies, including her role as Grace on the sitcom Grace and Frankie. For her work, she received numerous honors including a Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in 2003.
As a model citizen, he always made others feel at ease in his presence. He enjoyed spending time with his family and taking pride in driving his beloved Chevy pickup truck.
Tomlins is an accomplished American football coach with an estimated net worth of $20 million. As the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, he has won two Super Bowls with his team.
He has won 10 division titles and made the playoffs in each of his 16 seasons as a coach, earning him recognition on several All-Time Greatest Coaches lists.
Tomlins is married to Kiya Winston and they have three children together. They reside in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood.