Thomas Trimble is an attorney who specializes in personal injury, wrongful death and insurance bad faith law. Additionally, he lectures frequently on these subjects.
Judges must act impartially, recusing themselves from cases in which they have an interest, in accordance with Arkansas Constitution Article 7, Section 20 and Code of Judicial Conduct regulations.
Early Life and Education
Trimble helped transform Mercer into an increasingly diverse university during his time there, serving as assistant dean and overseeing academic advising programs, schedule approval, admission of transfer students and counseling of struggling students. He taught first year seminars, Great Books programs as well as philosophy classes that students found both enjoyable and provocative.
Thomas had always dreamt of becoming a lawyer and was greatly inspired by civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. At first he had ambitions to be a Catholic priest but found this option frustrating due to their passive stance toward civil rights issues.
In Series 12, Allcroft and Mitton introduced the role of head writer. Up until that point, script editor Sharon Miller had held this role; Phil Fehrle replaced her as head writer; Allcroft and Mitton continued production while executive producer Angus Wright handled executive production duties.
Trimble was a member of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), becoming its leader from 1995-2005. Additionally, he held several ministerial posts within Parliament.
He is an active participant in both science and skepticism communities, appearing on TV programs such as Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, MythBusters, and The Skeptics.
Location Scout for movies such as Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Super 8, Star Trek and Anatomy of Hope. He currently works with Van Eman Law LLC of Powell Ohio helping clients address Personal Injury – General: Plaintiff situations. An alumnus of Capital University Law School. Enjoys travel, good food & wine as well as helping others. An honorable and thoughtful individual.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Trimble was honored with numerous awards and honors for his efforts in education. As a member of the United Kingdom Parliament (UUP; 1995-2005), he served on various committees that prioritized providing students with strong life connections.
Trimble Navigation Ltd. was one of his creations; they provide advanced positioning technologies. He received the 2016 International Von Karman Wings Award from Caltech’s Aerospace Historical Society and Graduate Aerospace Laboratories as well.
Erich has also served on the ACUI, where he actively worked to foster a culture of belonging for students. In particular, his efforts focused on making the association inclusive to women and members of the LGBTQ community. In 2022 he was honored with an ACUI Career Leadership Award.
Tom Trimble was an alumnus of Mercer University. As an instructor of philosophy he was known for creating engaging classes that provoked thought. Additionally, he taught First Year Seminar and Great Books programs.
He served in the military for 17 years as a Marine helicopter pilot and instructor, deploying to Horn of Africa and Iraq with HMH-461 Det B in 2004 and 2005.
He currently resides at 484 Lakeshore Dr, Walterboro, SC 29488 and previously resided at 117 Channel Cir, Madison MS 39110; 1255 County Line Rd Jackson MS 39211 and 517 Castlewoods Blvd Brandon Mississippi 39047. In addition to living here professionally he provides fitness and sports performance training to clients including professional athletes.
He is estimated to be worth over $1 Million dollars and serves as Chief Financial Officer of Dell Technologies, one of the world’s leading technology companies dedicated to improving how people and businesses live their lives through innovative technology solutions. His responsibilities encompass accounting, financial planning and analysis, tax, investor relations and global business operations.
Scott Trimble is Clarence Nash’s fourth cousin twice removed, who provided the voice for Donald Duck on cartoon television series and is Jonathan Singletary Dunham’s great-grandnephew. Additionally, Scott is brother to Scott Trimble a professional location scout and manager who found locations for films such as Star Trek III: The Sarah Connor Chronicles as well as Star Tours II.
He has conducted over 14 trades of Callon Petroleum Co stock since 2015, according to SEC form 4 filings.