District Sales Manager


Thomas E. Williams

tomw@reagan.com (817) 550-7301

I served as a Nuclear Power Reactor Operator, an Advanced Diving Supervisor and a Platoon Leader in the U.S. Navy. Also served as an instructor in all phases of diving, survival, firearms and hand-to-hand. I served 28.5 years. More details on request. I received numerous awards, medals and letters of commendation.

I served as a Senior Patrol Agent and shift supervisor in the U.S. Border Patrol. I served as an instructor of Spanish, tracking, officer survival, report writing and firearms. I wrote threat assessments and operation development. I was part of the outreach program to civic groups, high school and state and local agencies. I received numerous awards and letters of commendation. I served 3 years until recruited by the U.S. Customs Service.

I served as a Senior Special Agent in the U.S. Customs Service. I was assigned to six drug tasks forces from coast to coast. I investigated and helped prosecuted large scale smuggling operations. I was a Certified Instructor at the Law Enforcement Training Center where I trained agents from all the federal law enforcement agencies in firearms, investigative techniques, report writing, undercover techniques and surveillance techniques. I was part of the Customs Outreach Program to high schools, civic groups and guest speaker at Regional Task Force conferences. I was a supervisor and team leader in the task forces. I was a SWAT commander for every office I worked in. I was the leader and trainer for my team. I served 18 years until my retirement. I received numerous awards and letters of comendation. I also prepared threat assessments and deveolped operations along the southern border for the Regional Commissioners.

After retirement I became a Real Estate Agent and a building contractor. I built many new construction homes and spec homes. I had an insulation and construction company. As an agent in my first office I was a Top Producer and MIllion Dollar Producer, closing sales of 4.5 to 5 million closed for four years. I was on the Presidents Council and served as an interpreter for other agents. I was an agent for 12 years before I retired to get ma start a new career. 

 I served as Chief of Police for two years, to start the department from scratch. I wrote organizational operations, hired deputies, bought vehicles and equipment. I established the office, set up computers and established security for the offices, firearms and confidential records. I served as court baliff and testified in court. After the department was well established and preocedures and policies in place I left office to relocate and get married.

I relocated to Weatherford and went to work for Lowes Home Improvement Centers. I sold appliances and associated parts. I worked part time and I lead the department in sales of extended warranties. In December of 2015 I sold $132,000.00 worth of appliances. I received letters of exceptional customer service. I left in April of 2016 when I was offered a sales position at the Roger Williams Auto Mall. I have worked here until the present time. My reason for wanting to leave is to make more money and work less hours. We work 12 hours a day six days a week. I want more time with my wonderful wife and my hobby Team Roping. 

I have been a supervisor of many types since I was 20 years old. I think my diverse jobs and different types of people I supervised, give me a unique ability to supervise and manage all types and numbers of employees. I have lived a blessed life with the many opportunies I've had. I tend to see a business from a new perspective others might not have, making me more effective as a manager. I would love to interview and show you how I might approach this position. Look forward to that opportunity.



  • ID#: 111149
  • Location: Weatherford, TX , 76087

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