Meet Councilman Lohmann

Thomas W. LohmannLifelong Smithtown native,Tom Lohmann has devoted nearly 35 years to protecting and serving his community. As a 20 year member of the New York Police Department (NYPD), Lohmann was awarded Commendations for Excellent and Meritorious actions. He dedicated his final months of service with the NYPD as a 9/11 first responder, working search, rescue and recovery efforts at ground zero before retiring in 2002. Prior to taking office, Lohmann served as an investigator for the Suffolk County D.A.s Insurance Crimes Bureau and worked (part-time) as a Head of the Harbor Police Officer.
 Lohmann retired from the D.A.'s office in order to serve the people of Smithtown as a Full-Time Town Councilman. 


Tom Lohmann is the third generation of his family to be Born, Bred and Educated in the Town of Smithtown. He graduated in 1975 from Smithtown High School and received his college degree in Criminal Justice (Associate Degree).


Today, Lohmann lives in the hamlet of Smithtown, with his wife, Jane who had a successful Broadway Theater career in Manhattan. Jane also danced professionally (ballet) touring across the Country. She now serves on the Board of the Smithtown Theater for Performing Arts.

Councilman Lohmann is the proud Father of Three Children. Thomas Joseph, has followed in his father's footsteps, focusing on a successful career in law enforcement. His Daughter Jennifer, lives in Manhattan, has a law degree and works for a leading insurance firm. Lohmann's Daughter Amanda, is a U.S. Air Force Veteran with three tours of service under her belt (Iraq & Kuwait) and is presently living in California. Councilman Lohmann devotes all his free time to his children and his twin grandchildren.

Awareness & Education

Councilman Lohmann has recently begun efforts to bring Cancer Preventative Awareness and Education to the community. As a survivor of 9-11 related cancers and illnesses, Lohmann is determined to offer his first hand knowledge, resources and encouragement to Smithtown residents to aid in early detection. He has already begun a special screening effort, teaming up with Smithtown Employees who are also survivors, for National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in September.