Thomas Mondelli is a lawyer based out of Georgia affiliated with Greer, Klosik, Daugherty Swank & McCune law firms.
The Mondellis allege that Kendel Homes violated both Papillion’s municipal code and the Uniform Building Code by being susceptible to leaks that lead to mold growth, fungi growth and airborne spores accumulating on exterior wall insulation or interstitial spaces in their house.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Mondelli was born in 1908. By 1940, he resided with his family in New York City. Working as a trimmer in the hosiery industry was a low-paying job, while making lace on a frame at home was an additional difficult undertaking.
As he traveled throughout continental Europe, he realized that industrial progress necessitated significant improvements to technical education. Thus, he set about restructuring educational institutions and consolidating science schools under one roof.
Since 2004, he has been practicing law primarily in civil rights, employment and labor matters, criminal defense litigation and litigation with an emphasis on civil liberties issues and litigation at Greer, Klosik Daugherty Swank McCune.
Thomas Mondelli has served as both Civil Defense Director and Deputy Coordinator for DuPage County Emergency Management. Additionally, he has taught classes with FEMA and the National Emergency Training Center.
He excels at everything from video editing and technical directing, audio, graphics, camera operation and master control operator duties. In the early days of Channel 5, he often put in 60 hours per week; some highlights of which included live election coverage and county swim championships coverage.
He has advocated for short army and navy service, modernised patent law, and repeal of game laws that jail thousands of men for hunting and fishing. Additionally, he served on the Boards of both Illinois Municipal Broadcasting Association and DuPage County Emergency Management Committee.
Achievement and Honors
John Mondelli has received many honors and awards, such as the Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (7th award), Army Achievement Medal (7th award), Good Conduct Medal (7th award), Overseas Service Ribbon (3rd award), Iraq Liberation Medal (Kuwait), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal and an NCO Professional Development Ribbon. Furthermore he graduated from Basic Airborne Course, Primary Leadership Development Course Infantry Mortar Leader Course and Jumpmaster Course.
He holds a Master of Business Administration from Trident University International and resides in Jacksonville, Florida with his two children John and Mary. In his free time he enjoys fishing as well as spending time at the beach with family and friends. Furthermore, he’s a proud member of VFW Post 281.
Thomas Mondelli lives in Atlanta, GA and is married to Clara; together they have six children. Thomas is a member of the Georgia State Bar Association as well as Greer, Klosik Daugherty Swank & McCune law firm; also active with Georgia Trial Lawyers Association since over 34 years ago and born approximately 1908. According to 1940 census, Thomas resided with his family in New York City.
Mondelli has amassed an impressive net worth through real estate investments despite his modest income. His assets are estimated to exceed $2 Million. Mondelli owns several properties around Nashville including two condominium buildings and a home in Franklin; as well as numerous rental properties.
Mondelli filed his second claim alleging violations of Section 1983 without an appropriate warrant, alleging that defendants interfered with his “fundamental rights to liberty and privacy”, “due process, compulsory process, equal protection, freedom from interference with parental rights”.
Mondelli’s Section 1983 claim is barred by Rooker-Feldman; accordingly, this Court declines supplemental jurisdiction over his state claims alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress and violations of New Jersey Civil Rights Act.