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While attending the University of Virginia from 1972 to 1976, graduating With Distinction in 1976, Harry played baseball and was the Captain of the 1976 UVA baseball team.  He turned down an opportunity to sign a professional baseball contract with the Kansas City Royals upon graduation from high school, opting instead to attend the University of Virginia on a football-baseball scholarship.  After one year of playing both, he devoted 100% of his time on the athletic field to pursuing his dream of playing professional baseball.  Disappointed in not being drafted when his playing eligibility ended, Harry began a career as a Special Agent in the summer of 1976 with Northwestern Mutual Life.

He has spent the past 41+ years with Northwestern Mutual Life and has served the company in various capacities of leadership.  In 1989-1990 he served as President of the Special Agents, Inc. and in 2004-2005 he served as President of the Association of Agents where he served as Chairman of the 2005 Northwestern Mutual Annual Meeting and introduced former President George Herbert Walker Bush at that meeting.

Harry resides in McLean, Va. and is the proud father of three sons, John, David, and Andrew, and the very proud grandfather of two granddaughters, Macie and Evie.  He is a member of the McLean LIttle League Hall of Fame for his contributions to that program and is a life and qualifying Member of the Million Dollar Round Table.  He has qualified for the industry's Top of the Table honors on multiple occasions.  In 2015, Harry won the Northern Virginia Senior Amateur Golf Tournament.

Harry L. Thomas Jr., CLU®, ChFC®, CASL®, RICP®
Wealth Management Advisor

Blueprint Financial Group


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