Shelley Thomas, 58, Passed Away to Heaven on Monday
Shelley conducts due diligence for technology and intellectual property transactions in mergers and acquisitions, as well as providing advice to clients regarding data management as it relates to privacy, security, and liability concerns.
Fr. Tom had an unassuming personality but an extraordinary work ethic. He cared deeply for his students at both high school and college levels, being recognized as an outstanding professor.
Early Life and Education
Shelly Thomas, 58, an devoted family woman from Yazoo City Mississippi was called home by heaven on Monday afternoon. Born September 24th 1963 to Henry and Alma Thomas she completed her education in Springfield Illinois before leaving.
She has served as youth service center coordinator at Barren County High School since 2017. In this position, she ensures every student has clothing, school supplies, and any necessary necessities they might require for daily life – in addition to creating a free store where students can purchase food and personal hygiene products.
Monsignor Shelley also wrote the history of Fordham University. As Johnson recounts, this volume provided an “honest and candid look at its first 162 years.” Monsignor took great pride and joy in his work; often staying up until 3 a.m. just to finish one chapter.
Shelley Thomas specializes in employment law, corporate litigation and business advising. She takes great pleasure in building strong relationships with her clients and tailoring solutions specifically tailored to address their legal concerns.
Dr. Stacey has lectured extensively on whole-brain learning, helping her students become more effective at their studies. Additionally, she chaired National Women’s History Month and served on the MTSU Fulbright Committee.
She first made her Broadway debut in Brooklyn, The Musical before going on to perform Off-Broadway and at regional theatres across the country. Additionally, she has made television shows such as CBS’s FBI and NBC’s New Amsterdam as a guest star. Additionally, she is proud mother to two boys as well as owning Platinum Dance Academy in Haslett Michigan.
Achievement and Honors
Shelley Thomas was an exceptional individual who left an indelible mark on everyone she encountered, from family and friends alike. Her genuine and kind spirit will live on in our memories of all who knew her.
She was the Youth Service Center Coordinator at Barren County High School and collaborated with local agencies to assist students who were experiencing hardship. In addition, she opened up a free store where students could shop for clothing and personal hygiene items at no cost to themselves.
She was selected to represent Kentucky at the national 2020 Recognizing Inspirational School Employees award and became one of several classified school employees chosen as candidates from her state to take part. Additionally, she became the first high school employee ever to be honored with this accolade.
Shelley Thomas has long been a fixture on Utah television screens. First appearing on KCPX-TV (now KTVX), before switching over to KSL in 1978 where she hosted both early and late evening newscasts while receiving many national and local journalism awards during her time.
Bessie has also served on MTSU’s Fulbright Committee and led their National Women’s History Month program. She shared at Saturday’s conference how close she is to turning 40, making this the time for her to decide whether her current work fulfills her passions or whether something else needs to change in her life.
Her music encompasses Balkan, Arabic, Hindustani, Classical, Pop-Soul and African styles to form World Chamber Pop with cinematic arrangements and powerful emotive power – she has performed at many concert and symphony venues worldwide.
Shelley Thomas currently boasts a net worth of approximately $1.7 Million as of 2019. Her success can be attributed to acting and voice acting roles she has had on television shows like CBS’s FBI, NBC’s New Amsterdam and Shades of Blue recurring episodes. In 2018, according to Form 4 filings submitted with the SEC she conducted two trades of Zions Bancorporation N.A stock for over $1,098,640 each time, making her wealth.