Attended the University of Kentucky in the fall of 1970. Although he did not graduate, he ultimately received an MBA from Georgia State University at age 50. Brother Stultz began his career writing obituaries and eventually became president of a newspaper chain in Georgia.
In 2004 he became President and CEO of Host Communications in Lexington, a collegiate sports marketing firm. He recently retired as the president of JMI Sports LLC, but remains an advisor. He has directed billions of dollars to athletic departments including three contracts worth approximately $400 million with UK. He helped launch the Longhorn and SEC networks. Tom co-founded Worldwide Tentmakers, a Christian Mission agency, and organized the first reunion of Negro Baseball League Players.
A native of Greenup, KY, Tom his wife Pat, now live in Greenville near their two daughters and six grandchildren