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Mr. Tom Twomey

Attorney At Law

Twomey Latham Shea Kelley Dubin & Quartararo LLP

Direct Phone: (631) ***-**** ext. ***       

Email: t***@***.com

Twomey Latham Shea Kelley Dubin & Quartararo LLP

Page Of 33 West Second Street

Riverhead, New York 11901

United States

Company Description

Twomey, Latham, Shea & Kelley is the largest law firm in eastern Suffolk County, with a 46 person staff of attorneys, paralegals, and legal secretaries. With clients in New York City, upstate New York, New England, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and throughout ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman
East Hampton Library

Counsel
Guild Hall

Affiliations

Member
East Hampton Star

Executive Committee
Guild Hall

Education



University of Virginia Law School

Bachelors Degree

Manhattan College

Juris Doctor

Columbia University

Juris Doctorate degree

Columbia University

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Thomas A. Twomey, Jr., Senior Partner and founder of the largest law firm on the East End of Long Island, died suddenly at his home on Two Holes of Water Road in East Hampton on Sunday morning, November 16, 2014. He was 68 years old.
The son of a New York City Police Detective, Tom's love of Eastern Long Island began with summers spent vacationing with his family in Mattituck. A graduate of Manhattan College, Tom put himself through University of Virginia and Columbia Law Schools selling kitchen knives, one of the first examples of his business acumen.
Tom arrived in East Hampton in 1973 after a year of adventure and travel around the world. Among his more memorable experiences was being chased by an African elephant in his rented Volkswagen Beetle.
Although Tom settled and made his home in East Hampton for over 40 years, he decided to establish his law firm in Riverhead, so that it would become a firm for the entire region. Tom divided the early years of his legal career between building his private practice, acting as counsel to local municipal boards and spear-heading numerous local, County and Statewide public interest efforts.
Tom was among the first to recognize the severe limitations on traffic posed by the geography of the East End and shortly after he set up his practice, he organized a civic organization, Halt The Highway, and led the fight to prevent the proposed extension of the Sunrise Highway from Shinnecock Hills to Amagansett. Many of the thousands of acres which would have been used for the proposed highway have now been protected by public acquisition, or through low-density zoning, in order to preserve Eastern Long Island's sole source aquifer.
In 1975, working with County Legislator Joyce Burland and other local activists, Tom convinced the Suffolk County Legislature to pass the landmark Farmland Preservation Program. In later years, as the Chairman of Governor Cuomo's East End Economic and Environmental Institute, Tom was instrumental in extending farmland preservation through all of New York State with the passage of the New York State Farmland Preservation Program. His other accomplishments on that Commission included increased State support for the local tourist and wine industries as well as the recreational needs of the East End.
In 1977, Tom was retained by a group of local farmers to oppose the Long Island Lighting Company's proposal to build four nuclear power plants in Jamesport, on the North Fork. Tom built a broad, Statewide coalition of environmental, civic and political groups in opposition to the Jamesport plants and ultimately to the Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant, all of which were defeated.
Tom had a great passion for the history of Eastern Long Island, particularly the Town of East Hampton. His leadership role in East Hampton's 350th Anniversary Celebration resulted in his being named Town Historian. In that capacity, he edited five volumes on the history of East Hampton, all of which were published through private donations. A sixth volume is to be published soon.
Tom was a leading supporter of many East Hampton charitable and public institutions. He served numerous terms as the President of the East Hampton Library. In 1997, as Chair of the Library's Capital Campaign Committee, he helped raise $3.6 million to renovate and restore the Library. More recently, Tom chaired the Library's Capital Campaign to construct a Children's wing at the East Hampton Library, which was successfully completed in 2014. Tom served on the Executive Committee of the Guild Hall Cultural Center and was actively involved in raising funds each year for Guild Hall's annual operating budget.
Tom had many avocations, including owning and piloting his own plane for more than 40 years. When speed wasn't an issue, he could be seen driving to the hardware store in his perfectly restored 1928 Flint Depot Hack.
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Back Row: Tincy Groover Manager of Open Arms Care Center Food Pantry, Kerry Lewendowski Assistant Director of Human Resources of the Hamptons Food Pantry, Zona Stroy Chairman of Board of Directors of Open Arms Care Center Food Pantry, Tom Twomey Partner of Twomey Latham, Mary Ann Tupper, Christopher Kelley Partner of Twomey Latham, David Dubin Partner of Twomey Latham, Howard Bluver President of Suffolk County National Bank, Frank Filipo Exeuctive Vice President of Suffolk County National Bank, Jeanine Henry Assistant Marketing Director of Suffolk County National Bank

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