Tom Murdock was one of those rare men embodied by Kansas spirit 1860 who displayed courage, independence, and progressive ideals in every aspect of his life. He stood with others fighting for freedom and liberty for all.
This company sold homeopathic formulas to treat motion sickness, nervous stress, sore throat, bronchial congestion, child fever and restlessness as well as water retention.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Murdock was born in Easton, Massachusetts in 1859. In 1887 his family relocated to Lower Mills where he attended Hutchins School before working in Hobart Town as the auditor department of a bank as well as acting as merchant and auctioneer.
He was an outstanding politician; never resorting to public shaming of personal enemies; held no office blacklist and treated every individual equally regardless of whether they were his friend or foe.
He was an excellent teacher who set high expectations of his students. While known for being strict, he always encouraged his pupils to strive their hardest and do their best work. On top of all this, he was also an outstanding father and husband adored by both family members and many friends.
Tom excelled at computers, and he applied his knowledge to help small businesses expand. He developed computerized illustrations that made them more competitive with larger corporations while expanding customer bases.
Sigma Delta Chi and the National Conference on Christians and Jews were two other membership organizations he belonged to, along with being appointed trustee for Wichita Eagle newspaper and owning various businesses in Wichita.
Tom and his wife shared three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Tom enjoyed hiking and traveling down lesser known roads without fear of getting lost, beaches, forests, daydreaming beside fast rivers, disliking Donald Trump, most vegetables, and breathy flute music; as an accomplished high school English teacher and cofounder of Moodlerooms platform he will be greatly missed by his family and loved ones.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Murdock was an inspiration and teacher to his students. A demanding yet fair educator, Thomas encouraged hard work among his pupils in return for fair grades for their efforts. A prominent and well-respected figure within the community, Thomas earned respect from everyone around him.
P. B. Plumb was one of his staunchest friends and allies, sharing with him the courage, independence, and progressive Kansas spirit which had made the latter such an insurgent figure. For nearly one generation she served as his wife, friend, comrade, and guide in political affairs.
Thomas Allen Murdock Christ and Timothy D Sewell; Amy Murdock Sewell; 30 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren are his children, with one brother named Dewey Murdock who passed away in Dexter in 1954.
Thomas Murdock was an eminent family man, passionate about hunting and fishing as well as camping trips with his children. Additionally, he served in the U.S Army. Thomas leaves behind his wife, two sons and three grandchildren to mourn his passing.
Never did he subject personal enemies of his to public ridicule nor maintain an office blacklist; rather he was always fair in his approach and worked to assist all residents of Butler County.
He was an active member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Coos Bay, Oregon where he spearheaded bond drives that improved many community services. Additionally, he attended three Episcopal Church conventions as a delegate and campaigned for women ordination. Additionally, he loved gourmet cooking, clamming and fishing as hobbies; in his free time he would enjoy gourmet cooking, fishing and clamming – something his beloved animals shared his enthusiasm for: his distinguished hamster was named for him while his rose hair tarantula was owned alongside some hermit crabs he owned over time.
Tom Murdock was an enthusiastic supporter of the arts, Clemson football, Corvettes and spending time with family. His hobbies included playing multiple instruments, reading and listening to music; as well as enjoying orchestra performances at Interlochen Summer Camp.
He was an active investor in several companies, co-founding Insight Partners as a venture capital and private equity firm specializing in software investments.
Over the last six years, he has made multiple trades of G1 Therapeutics Inc stock and his net worth as of 2023 is approximately $2,93 Million dollars. Additionally, he serves on the boards of several public companies like Intersectum Incorporated and Santa Fe Institute; additionally he is part of the Board of Directors at New York Public Library.