Plan on being introduced to a new jargon when you speak with Tom - a combination of Southern sayings and Tom-isms, quotes that will make you think twice and laugh as well. An inspirational and lived by favorite is by Maya Angelou: I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

Tom Conner is the newly appointed Director of Sales and Marketing for The Lodge of Four Seasons, working in concert with the lake’s new duo - the Brown family and Troon. The Brown family owns The Lodge and Troon is a global golf company that began managing the resort in January 1, 2018.
Tom’s hospitality niche is at one-of-kind destination resorts as a team builder and motivator growing sales and guests’ quality experiences.
Prior to the hospitality industry Tom owned a wholesale to retail showroom located in the Dallas Trade Mart.
Tom’s passion for baseball and having coached the sport for over 20 years enables him to be an encouraging and motivating mentor. Former players include current head coaches at Texas Tech University, University of Oklahoma and a Minnesota Twins relief pitcher.
Plan on being introduced to a new jargon when you speak with Tom - a combination of Southern sayings and Tom-isms, quotes that will make you think twice and laugh as well. An inspirational and lived by favorite is by Maya Angelou: I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
And, if you ever want to watch Field of Dreams or Nottingham Hill for the umpteenth time, Tom will gladly join you.
Tom enjoys walks with wife Victoria, and collie/hound mix Willie. Willie lived his first 5 years in a humane society prior to his adoption into the Conner family. Now he is 13 and a happy senior pup.
Tom can be reached at: tconner@4seasonsresort.com, 573-365-8795, www.linkedin.com/in/tomconner111
The Lodge of Four Seasons offers 358 rooms and over 60,000 square feet of meeting space.  Amenities include the Midwest’s best 36 holes of golf, a full service marina and five diverse restaurants. The Lodge is also the home of the nationally recognized Spa Shiki.
The Lodge of Four Seasons, long regarded a major iconic destination resort in Missouri and the Midwest, was founded in 1964 by Harold Koplar, father of Susan (Koplar) Brown.