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POSTED ON CNBNEWS November 19, 2007

  When asked about his double identities, Tom said, "It's very simple when you think about it. My radio constituents don't want politics; they want the Four Seasons, Bruce Springsteen and The Beach Boys. On the other hand, my government constituents do not want their taxes climbing off the charts… so to speak."

  Radio has had a long sustaining relationship with The March of Dimes.

  In the early days of the medium, President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked broadcast comedian Eddie Cantor to help raise funds in their effort to eradicate polio and to never forget the mission of the March of Dimes, which is "Saving Babies Together."

  When Tom is not on the air, he continues to be active and vocal in his community and is involved in meaningful projects as a consultant with the respected engineering firm of French & Parrello Engineers, based out of Central and Southern New Jersey.


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