Lamore Thomas was an American soldier serving with the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II and captured by German forces; later held prisoner of war until its conclusion in 1945. Born in Grant Park, Georgia he worked at various companies as a farmer.
Early Life and Education
Starting her career in the 1930s as a big band singer, her breakthrough role as Ulah in The Jungle Princess (1936) established her as one of Hollywood’s most beloved black actresses – becoming known as The Sarong Queen and becoming one of Hollywood’s most sought-after black actresses. Additionally she appeared in many musicals and television shows. Eric D. Lamore earned his Ph.D. in English studies from Illinois State University; specializing in early Black Atlantic literature, book history, textual editing as well as publishing such works as Abigail Field Mott’s The Life of Olaudah Equiano: A Scholarly Edition (West Virginia University 2023) Reading African American Autobiographies Twenty-first Century Contexts and Criticisms and Teaching Phillis Wheatley Narrative
Thomas was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1993 and served professionally for eight seasons, playing as both wide receiver and cornerback in both positions. Additionally, he participated in basketball and running track for University of Miami as a wide receivers coach; currently, he serves as wide receivers coach for Orlando Guardians of XFL; Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center as well as co-chair of its Critical Care Medication Safety Subcommittee.
Achievement and Honors
Her dedication and unyielding commitment to inclusive education has raised the standard for special education within her district and wider community. She serves as an exemplar for her peers and has established an inclusive work culture within her department, while listening attentively to all stakeholders has proven she is truly a leader and advocate for students with exceptionalities. Not forgetting being an adored wife, mother, sister and daughter!
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