Who Is Thom Christopher Palochak?
Thom Christopher was born in 1973 and leaves behind his loving family: Dale and Cindy Christopher; sister Shanntelle Knapik; Owen Christopher, Heather Franca Kayle Ohlhauser Cooper Weyrauch Scarlett Raasakka as well as beloved cats.
He specializes in income tax audits, federal and multistate tax compliance analysis, accounting methods review and entity selection analyses for clients in manufacturing, aerospace & defense and technology industries.
Early Life and Education
Thom Palochak is an esteemed teacher, author and speaker who excels at connecting with both students and staff – she believes strongly in making education personal! Known for leading student and parent retreats as well as professional development courses nationwide for school board members and teachers.
She holds both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Slippery Rock University, in Pennsylvania; in addition to taking numerous graduate classes offered through Immaculata University College of St Joseph in Los Angeles and Thom Stecher and Associates.
She lives in Doylestown, PA with her husband, son Owen and dog Blue. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, watching Red Hawk baseball games and attending her son’s drama performances, as well as amateur astronomy and collecting antiques – she even has two grandchildren!
Christopher has worked in a number of fields, but his true passion lies with luxury motor yachts. His knowledge of marine technology is extensive, and he regularly attends world-class boat expos both locally in Florida and worldwide.
He also performs stage productions both on- and off-Broadway. His acclaimed role as Hawk in Buck Rogers in the 25th Century brought him even greater renown, garnering several awards along the way.
Christopher thrives on the unique set of challenges healthcare projects present, working closely with his clients to meet their needs. Christopher has extensive experience planning, designing and providing detailed technical solutions that meet specialist healthcare facility requirements; these projects include multiple hospital projects as well as one medical campus in New Zealand.
Achievement and Honors
Thom has made numerous television appearances throughout his career, such as William Shatner’s hit series T.J. Hooker (Television Jock) and on both One Life to Live and Guiding Light; on both shows, he played Carlo Hesser’s twin brother Carlo Hesser on One Life to Live while Dante Young from Guiding Light earned two Daytime Emmy nominations – earning two Daytime Emmy nominations!
Thom has made numerous performances both on Broadway and regionally at venues like the Guthrie Theatre, Short North Stage Company, Hartford Stage Company and other acclaimed stages – such as creating principal roles for Barry Manilow’s “Harmony” and “Copacabana,” Charles/Bertha in “Pippin.”
Thom is also a part-time faculty member at Otterbein University where he made his directing debut with “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” Other credits include Big Fish,” A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” and Sondheim concert Into a Lamplit Room.”
He is an active member and former leader in several national, regional, and state travel and tourism trade associations and organizations, including serving on their boards of leadership. Additionally, he holds certification as a destination management executive while being active within the International Society of Hospitality Marketing and Sales.
Thom lives in Tallahassee, Florida with his wife Susan for more than 25 years and they have two sons Owen and Christopher. His hobbies include hiking, family barbecues and four-wheeling. In his free time he enjoys attending Red Hawk baseball games with Owen as well as spending time with nieces and nephews.
Chris serves as President and CEO of Brand USA, America’s public-private partnership for increasing international visitation to the US. His achievements in this capacity have earned him several industry awards and honors.
Thom Brennaman boasts an impressive net worth, making him one of the wealthiest cast members on Storage Wars. His income as producer and voice narrator brings in a considerable salary; this accounts for most of his fortune.
Brennaman began his professional career as a sports anchor and reporter for WLWT-TV before transitioning to Fox Sports, calling NFL and MLB games until 2004 when he also began serving as broadcaster for the Cincinnati Reds.
Since 2013, he has become a production designer and art director on films like The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), The Irishman (2019), etc. His current salary remains unknown, though he has made three trades of Jacobs Solutions Inc stock and owned 3,500 units as of 22 February 2023.