Tom Day is a lifelong, fourth generation resident of Layton. He is a descendant of Christopher Layton for whom Layton City was named. He was raised by his parents, Bill and Carol Ann Day.
From a young age Tom worked with his father on the farm and in construction, which taught him the value of hard work. He was active in the Boy Scouts of America and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.
Tom graduated from Layton High School. He attended Utah State University graduating with a BS in Plant Science – Agronomy and a BA in Spanish.
He is a co-owner of Day Farms in Layton City.
Tom has served on the Farm Service Agency County Committee, and for the last few years as chairman.
He is an outdoors man who enjoys horses, camping, hunting, and fishing.
Tom is willing to listen and wants restore the voice of the people to the Layton City Council.