Tom Day is a lifelong, fourth generation resident of Layton. He is a descendant or Christopher
Layton for whom Layton was named. He was raised by his parents, Bill and Carol Ann Day, attending
Layton schools, graduating from Layton High School. He is an Eagle Scout.
Following high school he served a two year church mission in Honduras. He graduated from Utah
State University with a BS in Plant Science – Agronomy and a BA in Spanish.
From a young age Tom worked with his father on the farm and in construction, which taught him
the value of hard work. He is currently co-owner of Day Farms.
Tom was elected to the Farm Service Agency county committee where he served for many years, for
the last few as chairman.
He is an outdoorsman who enjoys horses, camping, hunting and fishing.
|Voted Into Office
|Terms In Office
|Planning Commission [Jan - Mar]
|Youth Court/Youth Council