The Reverend Tom Babler
Reverend Tom Babler has served various Illinois communities such as LaMoille, Ottawa, Aurora and Naperville with various congregations he leads as pastor or minister of music and worship services. Additionally, he has held leadership roles within Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
He specializes in agricultural and energy markets, providing producers, processors, and end users with advice to capture opportunity and reduce risk. As principal of Atten Babler Commodities LLC.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Babler attended North Central College in Naperville, Illinois and later the Evangelical Theological Seminary before being called as pastor of several churches within the Northern Illinois Conference. His sensitivity and compassion towards his congregations became hallmarks of his ministry; especially significant was his role in merging two congregations in Fox Valley Missouri.
He is a longtime trustee of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and played an instrumental role in its merger with Evangelical Theological Seminary. Additionally, he served as chairperson of its Student Affairs Committee and member of its Executive Committee.
Lee will be greatly missed by Mary, his 58 year wife of 58 years; their children Larry (Darcee), Laurie and Paul Babler as well as Tina Kastory; his cousins and extended family as well. Lee’s family would like to extend its sincerest gratitude and thanks the staff at Door County Skilled Nursing Facility and Unity Hospice for providing him with compassionate care.
Thomas Babler ’69/M’73 was an outstanding pastor serving multiple congregations within the Northern Illinois Conference of United Methodist Churches. He led one congregation in La Moille through its challenging merger process with an Evangelical United Brethren church while showing great understanding for worshipers of both communities.
He served as youth pastor of the Naperville Ministerium and is active with the interfaith leaders association of DuPage County, Illinois. Additionally, he is still an honorary trustee at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary since its foundation.
The 26-year-old former soldier claimed he suffers from posttraumatic stress disorder, yet was charged with assault and child rape upon being brought by the victim’s mother to hospital for care where doctors discovered evidence of sexual abuse as well as fractured skull.
Achievement and Honors
He served on both North Central College’s Board of Trustees and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary’s, receiving their distinguished alumnus award. Additionally, both Mary Peoples Babler from Naperville and her husband Gary Babler of Chicago are avid supporters of Albright-Wesley Society events; in 2014 they assisted with searching for a new campus chaplain and helped plan the inaugural Worship Service for President Troy D. Hammond back in May 2013.
He found joy in traveling with friends on motorcoach bus tours to Branson and Chicago as well as casino excursions. Additionally, he was an attentive family man devoted to Brendon, Caedmon and Mason whom will miss him dearly.
Thomas Babler rose from humble origins to become one of the most prominent families in Wuerttemberg duchy, earning its wealth through significant economic contributions while further elevating its social standing by purchasing vast estates in distant lands and branches overseas.
Taren Dzubay’s former flame Thomas Babler, an Army veteran aged 26 who has since been charged with assault and child rape over her 1-year-old daughter’s death. Babler told investigators she fell off a couch and hit her head, yet doctors discovered evidence of sexual abuse on the child’s body.
They ran their Motorcoach bus business with pride and enjoyed connecting people through casino and Branson bus tours. Furthermore, they were avid believers and served on the Board of Trustees at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
Dolca Thomas currently serves as Chief Medical Officer of Principia Biopharma Inc and has held this position since April 2018. His estimated net worth stands at approximately $3.05 Million.
Gyurkey had exercised an option to buy lot 13 first at Babler’s sale of it; Gyurkey then had the right of first refusal when purchasing it on similar terms. Gyurkey claimed that Babler and other defendants conspired against his rights, thus leading to forfeiture of his contract; the district court agreed and found in Gyurkey’s favor while an appeals panel upheld. This home in the Northwest exudes casual yet mild elegance with cedar as an exterior material while interior spaces feature neutral tones while pops of color in pillows, artwork or carpet.