Thomas Sorrick – A Closer Look
Sorick was an enthusiastic sports enthusiast. His favourite activities included hunting, fishing and scuba diving; in addition to attending concerts and reading.
At approximately 12:35 a.m. on October 11, 2010 Council Bluffs Police Officer Joshua Hughes observed Sorick riding his bicycle without lights as required by city ordinance. Officer Hughes approached Sorick and spoke with him.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Sorrick left an indelible mark on those around him throughout his lifetime, thanks to his generous and philanthropic efforts. These enabled him to support numerous activities ranging from scientific research, oil drilling, cattle breeding and exploration to collecting modern art works.
Personal Life. He relished spending time with family and friends, taking them on memorable vacations together. Additionally, he was an avid reader and music lover.
He is survived by his mother, Marika Sorrick; siblings Austen and Jaxson Thomas, grandmother Betty Thomas and various aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family. A memorial service will take place at Greenlawn Funeral Home in Fort Wayne at 1:00 p.m. on March 27, 2021 with visitation beginning at 11:00am until service time at 1:00p.m. Visitors are welcome to attend.
Stefanick initiated and oversaw more than a dozen technical efforts at Metron during his career, including machine learning, image recognition, autonomous planning, sensor modeling, statistical analysis, simulation of military and border security operations as well as simulation training exercises for Navy Intelligence Community research & development and operations analysis for Pentagon System Commands & Warfare Centers. His efforts supported Navy Intelligence Community research & development while supporting operations analysis for Pentagon System Commands & Warfare Centers.
Officer Hughes did not have much information about Sorick’s background, so in order to justify frisking him he relied solely on time and location when detaining Sorick. According to him, the 3400 block of 10th Avenue was not well lit and residents in that area have been known to carry weapons.
Tom has successfully advised clients on virtually all labor, employment and employee benefits issues imaginable – in state and federal trial and appellate courts alike.
Chris Olson and Madi Mckenna had been his primary partners. Sorick is survived by his mother Marika Sorrick; brothers Austen, Jaxson, and Tyler Thomas as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family members.
He managed the trade show Sorick Tradeorama in Cheyenne, Wyoming as well as being active in his community and local politics.
Officer Hughes testified during the trial that it was necessary for him to frisk Sorick because his bicycle did not provide as effective a barrier as cars do and given that their location wasn’t well lit or had residents who may carry weapons nearby.
As of 26 September 2023, his estimated net worth is estimated at an estimated 328 Thousand dollars. His trading history shows he purchased and sold MHLD stock over four times since 2020; as well as making three major trades within one year alone.
He and his wife owned Sorick Tradeorama in Cheyenne, Wyoming, which provided reupholstered furniture services to locals as well as traded and sold furniture to customers. They supported numerous local charities and community organizations. He is survived by their son Harvey; granddaughter Ari; two brothers Dave and Rick Loetscher as well as two nieces.
Council Bluffs police officer Joshua Hughes noticed Sorick riding without lights around 1:35 a.m on October 11th 2010 at 3400 Block of 10th Avenue. Hughes pulled Sorick over for questioning before making an arrest warrant against him for riding without lights.