Thomas J. Cashman is a retired independent floor broker and trader on the Chicago Board of Trade and part of a prominent family that has featured several members working in the city's commodity trading markets. For more than five decades, he filled orders in the Soybean Futures pit of the CBOT and has been a full member of the Chicago Board of Trade for over 60 years. Cashman served on numerous exchange governance committees including the Floor Governors Committee, the CBOT Nominating committee and the CBOT Ethics and Integrity Committee, each as Chairman. He also served on its Board of Directors in the early 1980s, during a period of significant change and growth for the Exchange. Cashman, the son of a Chicago fireman, has also been a longtime advocate for first responders through his charitable work. He served on the Board and as the President of the 100 Club of Illinois, a charity providing for the families of fallen police officers, firefighters and other first responders. In 2019, he received the group’s lifetime achievement award.
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