Tom was actively engaged in his community, and frequently used his artistic talents to promote Fond du Lac. He created the first Walleye Weekend poster as well as several successive posters, and he designed campaigns for The Wildlife Art Capital of the World, The Taste of Fond du Lac, and the Fond du Lac Sesquicentennial. Remo created the Wildlife art series of eight paintings featuring prominent Fond du Lac landmarks. He was president of Metalgraphics, Inc. and the creative director of Cooking for Profit Magazine. His professional career also included work as a graphic artist, partner for The Design House in Elm Grove, president of M.A. Garett in Menomonee Falls, and program director for the Franklin Mint in Franklin Center, PA.
Tom died on August 11, 2014 from complications of Parkinson’s disease.
Cooking, gardening, sailing, and traveling to cycling events with his family were his favorite pastimes. Painting and sculpting were his life's passions.
Exhibit Dates: June 17- August 14, 2016
A Fundraiser to support research of Parkinson's Disease and Arts Education was held June 17, 2016.
6 pm Reception
Hand passed hors d'oeuvres by Colin Mauthe of Chef on the Run and A & W Restaurants.
Sponsored by Agnesian HealthCare, Jon Flood, Jo Ann Ward, and Bob and Lori Hornung.