Thomas McAuley, 89, of Loomis Village, passed away on May 31, 2015
Thomas McAuley resided at Loomis Village for thirteen years. He thoroughly enjoyed living there and cherishing all the friendships that had formed there. Thomas was a loyal Bruins supporter with various other sports interests as well.
He served as a senior reporter at The Next Web (TNW), covering European tech with an emphasis on deeptech, startups and government policy.
Early Life and Education
Thomas McAuley was born in 1909 and passed away in 1995, leaving behind two sons; Tom Jr and Loring McAuley from South Hadley/Lynn Classical High School as well as five grandchildren to mourn him. Beers & Story South Hadley Funeral Home provided the arrangements.
Author of many works, including A Primer of English Versification – an exceptional textbook used to teach poetry to young people – as well as founding member and president of Union Theological Seminary as well as professor of pastoral theology.
McAuley became increasingly engaged with ideological debates within Australian Labor politics during his later years, engaging in ideological dialogue between industrial groups he supported and the Sydney hierarchy (notably Bishop James Carroll and Cardinal (Sir) Norman Gilroy ). This caused friction within Labor politics itself.
Thomas Mcauley is an investment analyst on the Driehaus Liquid Alternatives team. With 17 years of industry experience and holding a B.S. in management from Tulane University, he holds his CFA charterholder.
Tom has held various leadership roles at Accenture and currently serves as Chief Human Resources Officer of Aspen Valley Hospital. In this capacity, he oversees programs related to benefit and pay management, employee engagement, diversity management and equity issues.
Tom is passionate about giving back to the community through both professional and community volunteer efforts. He has actively taken part in faith-based initiatives and looks forward to settling into Roaring Fork Valley with his family; together they have two daughters Brooke and Brandee as well as three grandchildren: Presley Conlan, Palmer Conlan, Braeleigh Rushing and Brynlee Griner.
Achievement and Honors
McAuley worked on various research projects related to military intelligence during the 1940s. He was actively engaged with anti-communist and labor movements – often at odds with Catholic hierarchy of Sydney – while writing literary pieces and penning several poems for Leonie Kramer.
On idle afternoons at Victoria Barracks, he and Harold Stewart devised the ‘Ern Malley’ hoax in order to highlight the indecorous state of much contemporary verse. It was published in Adelaide Journal Angry Penguins edited by Max Harris.
Tom found great peace during his retirement years at Loomis Village and made many lifelong friends there. His funeral arrangements were handled by Beers & Story South Hadley.
Thomas McAuley was an honorable man who deeply revered God and His church, Shackle Island Church in particular, serving both as deacon and Sunday school teacher. Additionally, Thomas enjoyed golfing, Alabama football and spending time with his grandchildren – leaving a great void behind in everyone who knew him. We shall miss him dearly.
Tom McAuley of South Hadley and Loring McAuley and Corinne of Surprise, Arizona. Additionally, five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren remain. Services will be private with Beers & Story South Hadley Funeral Home taking care of arrangements.
Tom was an incredible and devoted friend who will be dearly missed by those he knew. He shared an immense passion for New England sports, particularly supporting his beloved Boston Bruins.
McAuley has been serving as portfolio manager of Driehaus Event Driven Strategy since 2013. In this role he oversees investment research, security selection and portfolio construction activities – in addition to being a CFA charterholder.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) launched his acting career. Unfortunately, however, he only appeared in two more movies thereafter: My Girl (1991) and The Good Son (1993). He made a successful comeback to stage acting in 2001 before also appearing as Michael Alig in Party Monster (2003).
Thomas H Mcauley is a director for Inland Real Estate Corp and owns over $240,518 worth of shares. You can see his form 4 trading history table to track his trades of ATEX stock; overall his portfolio consists of 5 stocks.