Thomas Mazur

Thomas Mazur – Actor – Passed Away on 17 March 2023

Thomas Mazur is a 69-year old international leader of our Financial Restructuring services. This includes developing and assessing Sanierung- und Fortfuhrungskonzepte, Independent Business Reviews as well as so-called Option Reviews.

Tom received both an Engineering degree from Marquette University and an MBA degree from Notre Dame. Additionally, he coaches youth sports teams and remains actively engaged within his community.

Early Life and Education

Thomas Mazur was a painter and printmaker who sought to strike a balance between narrative power of observation and nonrepresentational expression in gesture paintings. His works ranged from social documentation, psychological portraiture, passionate landscapes that moved between representational abstraction, as well as works that blurred these categories aesthetically.

After finding a co-op position with U.S. Customs while at Wagner College, he infiltrated the criminal underground to find and arrest drug lords as well as expose misconduct at major international banks.

He utilized every opportunity available to him to educate the public, law enforcement officials and banks on money laundering. He appeared (without showing his face) on PBS’s Need to Know program to discuss a major money-laundering case and frequently spoke at high schools about drug dangers and reporting any suspicious activities.

Professional Career

Tom Mazur has over three decades of experience in commercial construction. Starting as a renovator for houses, his career progressed into drawing, model building and project management roles before eventually becoming president of Mazur+Son and overseeing major projects for them as well as providing advice regarding operational matters and strategic planning issues.

Mazur Kaplan Productions has long specialized in creating movies adapted from literary material, winning both Academy and Emmy awards for its efforts. Most recently, its most celebrated production was The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018) with Lily James and Michael Huisman in lead roles.

Pat joined Mazur+Son in 1986, managing all accounting functions within the company. Her primary responsibilities include producing subcontractors’ insurance certificates, waivers and pay requests as well as processing submittals, change orders and closeout documentation.

Achievement and Honors

Tom Mazur was an avid hunter and fisherman, member of Rotary Club, former board of trustees member at Ludlow Library, past president of Ludlow High School Alumni Association and active in American Legion. Additionally, he played trumpet with school band. Tom leaves behind his wife Kim I. Mazur; children Josh (Casey), Andrew Mazur (Lesa/Jeremy Lustilla/Wobschall), Chad (Michelle Wobschall); twelve grandchildren including one great grandson as well as brothers Christine/Carol from other mothers as well as sister Kathy Laya/wombati all as well as numerous nieces/nephes/nephes and nephews/nephes/nephes.

He received both the Meredith Teaching Recognition Award for Early Performance and Seinfeld Scholar Award. Furthermore, he became part of the Meredith Medallion Class of 2021-22.

Personal Life

Thomas Mazur is an American actor best known for his roles in The Sandpiper, Macbeth and Dementia. Additionally, he is also an accomplished musician.

He enjoys an idyllic family and personal life. Married, with two daughters; also fond of pet dogs. And has many fans around the globe.

Michael Mazur was a beloved son to Kathryn and Stanley (deceased); beloved brother to Christine Wojciuch and Carol Mazur; fond uncle of Alison, Luke and Aiden; life partner and fur/feather dad of Snow, Bogie Peaches Little William Halvah as well as Kathleen Evans-Mazur who survived him as his best friend; further survived by extended family and friends.

Net Worth

John Mazur reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $1.95 Million as of 17 March 2023, according to an SEC filing. Since 2005, he has made eight trades of Kearny stock totalling 221,059 units according to SEC filings and on average exercises his options every 733 days to purchase additional shares of Kearny stock; his largest trade took place on 10 September 2014 when he exercised over 136,000 units worth $1,543,715, per filings with SEC filings. See insider trading and ownership report for more details.

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