Tom Staab holds a B.A. in Sociology from California State University at Hayward with advanced studies in that field at San Francisco State University.
Tom has held various management, administrative and human resources positions. Those positions have contributed to the skills used toward finding the right solutions to everyday issues and problems confronting today's seniors and their children. In his 25+ years of business management, he has been successful, effective and expedient in problem solving.
Currently, Tom holds the position as Trustee for two trust estates in Tucson. He also serves as Power of Attorney for health and finance for a number of individuals in the greater Tucson area. In addition, Tom is registered and fingerprinted with the Arizona Department of Public Safety (Level One Clearance; #2703100099). He is also bonded and insured by the Hartford Insurance Company (Bond # 59BSGG8793).
Tom Staab acts as a third party advocate the protection of rights of seniors and supports the policing of injustices that may have occurred or may likely occur through fraudulent misunderstandings or practices. In 2010, Tom was successful in recovering $55,000.00 owed to one of his clients after he discovered fraud had been committed by the client's financial advisor.
ASAP is an active fundraiser to the University of Arizona Medical Center, Children's Diamond Center for Cancer. Tom is part of the speakers bureau for the Arizona Alzheimer's Association, Desert Southwest Chapter. Additonally he has developed and offers classes on elder abuse and senior exploitation in the greater Tucson and Green Valley areas. Tom was a guest speaker at the 5th Annual SEACUS 2012 Elder Abuse Prevention Conference.
ASAP, LLC is an Accredited Business holding an "A" Rating with the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona.
Tom became the caregiver for his mother and co-caregiver for his mother's best friend when they both moved to Tucson from the San Diego area in 2008. His mother passed away in January 2014, but her best friend continues to live under the scrutinized care and supervision of Tom.