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Thomas Aguillon

Thomas R. Aguillon, Director of Government Affairs for Charter Communications | Rey Feo LXXII

Born and raised in San Antonio, Thomas Aguillon is the child of a single mother who worked hard so that he could obtain a good education. Because of the example his mother set, he understands the value and benefits that come from hard work and determination. Now, it is his goal to give back to his community the same opportunities he was so generously afforded. As Rey Feo LXXII, he will continue his commitment to assist deserving students in fulfilling their dreams of attaining a college education.

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Born and raised in San Antonio, Thomas Aguillon is the child of a single mother who worked hard so that he could obtain a good education. Because of the example his mother set, he understands the value and benefits that come from hard work and determination. Now, it is his goal to give back to his community the same opportunities he was so generously afforded. As Rey Feo LXXII, he will continue his commitment to assist deserving students in fulfilling their dreams of attaining a college education.
Thomas is a proud graduate of Central Catholic High School. He attended The University of Incarnate Word on a basketball scholarship, and graduated in 1997 with a B.A. in Public Policy Administration.

Thomas has worked in the Government/Public Affairs field for 21 years and is currently the Director of Government Affairs for Charter Communications where he works on legislative and regulatory issues. Thomas oversees over 140 different municipalities and military installations in South Texas. In 2003 he was hired at Time Warner Cable (now Charter Communications) as a Business Development Coordinator and was promoted to Government & Public Relations Manager in 2006 and Director of Government Affairs in 2007 and will celebrate his 17th anniversary in 2020. Before working with Charter, he served as the Chief of Staff to San Antonio City Councilmen for District 1, Bobby Perez and Roger Flores, Sr. from 1997 to 2003.
He currently serves on the Texas Cable Association Board of Directors; the Municipal Golf Association of San Antonio Board and is the past President of the Central Catholic Alumni Board of Directors. Thomas is Leadership San Antonio, Class 29 (2003) and served on the Steering Committee in 2007 for Class 32.
As an active participant in the Rey Feo Consejo Educational Foundation since 2009, Thomas has been elected to represent the membership four terms as a Board Member, including two as an Executive Board Member and has served on three courts. In 2010, he was the Transportation Minister to Walter Serna, Rey Feo LXII, in 2015, was Prime Minister to Jon Gary Herrera, Rey Feo LXVII, and last year was Executive Minister to Fred Reyes, Rey Feo LXIX. Each time, Thomas gained more experience and knowledge. It is these experiences that have prepared him to represent the Rey Feo Consejo Educational Foundation in a manner becoming of Rey Feo LXXII. Thomas is an active member of the community and has helped raise over $150,000 as a participant in Ring Side San Antonio, which supports the San Antonio Area Foundation’s South Texas Hispanic Fund. In addition to his work supporting education, he and his family also host an annual golf tournament, the Aguillon Golf Classic. Since 1991, the tournament has raised money for Diabetes awareness, and over the past 10 years more than $120,000 has been donated to the local San Antonio Texas Diabetes Institute.
Thomas is married to Melissa Aguillon, President & CEO of Aguillon & Associates LLC, and they celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary March of this year. They met at City Hall in 1998 when they were working for various City Council members. They have two children, Benjamin 16, and Karina 11. Benjamin is currently attending Central Catholic HS and Karina attends St. Anthony Catholic School. When Thomas isn’t attending to his family, he enjoys playing golf, basketball and reading history books.