Tom Webb

Thomas Webb

Thomas I. Webb (April 22, 2015)

Please note:  Sunday Morning, June 14, 2020, Remembrance Service at 50th Reunion.

We will honor departed members of the Class of 1970 at a Remembrance Service on Sunday morning, June 14, 2020, during our 50th Reunion. The service will be led by led by our classmate Rev. Chris Bryan. We hope you will plan to attend.

Thomas Irwin Webb Jr. passed away in his home surrounded by his family on April 22, 2015, at the age of 66.

Thomas was preceded in death by his father, Thomas I Webb and his mother, Marcia Winters Webb. He is survived by his wife, Polly; children, Elisabeth Webb, Amy Oathout, Katie (Jim) Williams, Becky (Brian) Kloepfer and grandchildren, Chloe, Wesley, Quinn, Caroline, James, Jack, Daniel, Owen, and Cameron and brothers, Robert Webb, Tim Webb and sister Leslie (Tim) Janiak.  Thomas Irwin Webb Jr. passed away in his home surrounded by his family on April 22, 2015, at the age of 66.

Thomas was preceded in death by his father, Thomas I Webb and his mother, Marcia Winters Webb. He is survived by his wife, Polly; children, Elisabeth Webb, Amy Oathout, Katie (Jim) Williams, Becky (Brian) Kloepfer and grandchildren, Chloe, Wesley, Quinn, Caroline, James, Jack, Daniel, Owen, and Cameron and brothers, Robert Webb, Tim Webb and sister Leslie (Tim) Janiak.

Thomas was born on September 16, 1948, and grew up in Toledo, Ohio, attending Ottawa Hills Elementary and High Schools. He graduated from Williams College (English) and graduated from Case Western Reserve University College of Law 1973, as a member of the Order of Coif. Thomas spent his entire career practicing law at Shumaker, Loop, and Kendrick. Throughout his distinguished career, he earned many accolades including being named: one of the Best Lawyers in America for Corporate Law, Securities Regulation, and Securities/Capital Market’s Law from 2008-2015; Toledo Corporate Lawyer of the Year 2011; and Acquisition International Legal Awards; Best US Lawyer in Banking and Finance 2014. Thomas was very active in the community (both in Toledo and Frankfort, Michigan) and had many affiliations including: Toledo Bar Association, Ohio Bar Association, Michigan Bar Association, American Bar Association, AAA of Northwest Ohio, Crystal Downs Country Club, Toledo Club, Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, Village of Ottawa Hills, Toledo Symphony, Lourdes University, Maumee Valley Country Day School, the Toledo Club, and Arts Commission of Greater Toledo.

“Tommy”, as he was affectionately known, enjoyed many activities including traveling, golf, tennis, squash, skiing, rowing and card games. But his favorite way to spend his leisure time was with family and friends up at the family cottage on Crystal Lake in Frankfort, Michigan. He was a loving and loyal husband, father, grandfather, friend, and colleague, and will be deeply missed. (Toledo Blade, April 24, 2015)