Lemon quickly gained notoriety in Hernando County through his Real News Real Fast blog that covered local crime and politics, and also as a frequent guest on Fox News show The Five.
Mallor Grodner LLP and chairing their Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Group in Indiana.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Lemon was born and raised in Olean, New York and graduated from Allegany Central School and Alfred University. From there he worked at Dresser Rand until October of 2000.
Lemon graduated with his undergraduate degree from Southwestern Union College in Keene, Texas and received a master of divinity degree from Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary of Andrews University in Berrien Springs Michigan. Additionally, he is a member of Indiana Bar Association where he served on its board of directors.
He and Jan have been married since 1992, and together have two adult children and four grandchildren. His beliefs in Jesus Christ and their teachings of the Bible form the center of his life; these beliefs should permeate every aspect of his being and his daily activities. Additionally, he’s actively involved with his church community while taking pleasure from spending time with family.
Thomas Lemon is a member of the Indiana Bar Association and has conducted thousands of mediations and arbitrations. Currently he serves as Of Counsel to Mallor Grodner LLP law firm located in Bloomington.
He specializes in litigation and regulation of the energy sector, with extensive expertise in natural gas and electricity market fraud and manipulation claims, violations of NERC reliability standards violations, wholesale demand response operations, LMP pricing formation processes and RTO markets.
In the movie, Lemon and Tangerine are hired by White Death to accompany his son aboard a bullet train, but upon hearing that an Elder betrayed them and caused Tangerine’s death in an unexpected fall off, Lemon survives and is given another chance by redeeming himself at the end. He was played by Brian Tyree Henry.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Lemon has long been involved with his community, serving on both the Sweeny City Council and George Washington Carver Alumni Association boards as well as those for Sweeny Hospital and Brazoria County Appraisal Board – volunteering his services with organizations like American Heart Association and United Way.
Dr Lemon has presented his research at several international conferences and been nominated for multiple awards during his time at Cardiff. Additionally, he has published academic work and developed medical education resources which are accessible globally, showing his true dedication to teaching.
Tom leaves behind his beloved wife Janet and children Michael, Brooke, Aurora, Wyler and Emma; as well as being an incredible grandfather and friend to his Shar-Pei Zoe.
Thomas Lemon was an enthusiastic basketball player and expert at Acquire. Additionally, he was a member of Sweeny Lions Club and former board member for Sweeny City Council as well as being past director for George Washington Carver Alumni Association and Brazoria County Appraisal Board.
Lemon is a partner at Mallor Grodner LLP and heads their Alternative Dispute Resolution practice group. He has conducted over 3,500 mediations and arbitrations relating to all areas of civil law.
Lemon has experience handling nearly every type of FERC enforcement matter, such as investigating allegations of natural gas and electricity market manipulation, violations to NERC reliability standards violations and wholesale demand response claims, as well as investigations of ISO and RTO markets.
Thomas Lemon has an estimated net worth of $12 Million, including his annual $4 Million salary and earnings from various investments.
He owns several properties. In 2016, he purchased a condo in Harlem for $3 million – now valued at $4.5 million – as well as one home in Sag Harbor in Hamptons.
He is best known for his screenwriting work with writing partner Robert Ben Garant. Additionally, he has appeared in many television shows and movies as an actor – best known for playing Lieutenant Jim Dangle on Reno 911! as well as appearing in movies like 17 Again and I Love You Man.