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Tom brings over 20 years of sales, marketing and licensing experience in the Rock and Roll merchandise industry to his position as a Broker Associate w/ Coldwell Banker in Orinda. During that time, Tom ran his own business for 15 years as a licensee of one of the world's greatest Rock and Roll bands, the Grateful Dead, & also worked directly w/ rock legend Carlos Santana, distributing merchandise to clients worldwide and becoming known for his attention to detail, integrity, his hands on approach to all facets of the operation and "second-to-none" customer service.

All of this experience has proved invaluable to Tom as he applies the lesson’s learned in merchandising to the efforts in prospecting, marketing, selling or finding a home for his clients. Each and every transaction is its very own little business, and Tom excels in managing that process, from staging, marketing, contracting and negotiating all the way through to closing.
Tom is a 4th generation San Franciscan, a graduate of San Francisco’s St. Ignatius College Preparatory and a 1979 graduate of Santa Clara University with a degree in Business Management.

Residing in Lafayette's Burton Valley, Tom, with his wife Kiki and son, Sam, recently spearheaded an organization that fought for the preservation of an Open Space initiative, keeping over 85 acres of pristine parkland populated by heritage oaks, meadows, two creeks and abundant wildlife from being graded, paved and developed with redundant services offered in numerous other areas of Lafayette. The efforts of this group were a success.

The Stack family is also very active in the local community. Tom is currently the VP of the Board at Lafayette's Town Hall Theatre, where he is tasked with a passionate chore, bringing live music to the Lamorinda Community. He and his family are also known for presenting the infamous "Halloween House" in Burton Valley, visited by upwards of 1,000 people each year. Actors, actresses, smoke, fire, goblins, Oh My!!