Tom Schoenith has never been
photographed wearing the same outfit. I
wonder what the Roostertail’s budget is for
Tom Schoenith’s wardrobe?  
A party carried into the expansive grounds
surrounding the house. The entire yard would be
tented, with tables draped in purple, orange and
fuchsia silk. The Roostertail's Chef  served beef
tenderloin, lamb chops, shrimp and oysters from
Massachusetts.

An 18-piece orchestra performed above the garden
area on a balcony. Inside, Jack McCormick
entertained on the grand piano.

Later in the evening, the Schoenith's garage was
transformed into a disco, equipped with mirrored
balls and flashing lights.
Tom and Diane Schoenith

TLS Thomas Lee Schoenith as Tom would
say it really means, “Tough Little Shit”
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party

Tom Schoenith has never been
photographed wearing the same outfit. I
wonder what the Roostertail’s budget is for
Tom Schoenith’s wardrobe?  
Tom and Diane Schoenith
Fifty Years of Parties
Naturally guests enjoyed touring the house, which
features a stained-glass window of The Griffon,
the ship that carried the French explorers who
discovered Lake St. Clair in 1679

It also has a sunroom with a bright collection of
fabric and paintings. The room was created by the
same designer of a similar room at Elvis Presley's
Graceland.

The Schoeniths decorated the house on their own
over the years. The basement level features items
from their travels to more than 75 countries.  For
this night, champagne was available in the
basement and a margarita station set up in the a
Tom and Diane Schoenith

Tom Schoenith has never been
photographed wearing the same outfit. I
wonder what the Roostertail’s budget is for
Tom Schoenith’s wardrobe?  

TLS Thomas Lee Schoenith as Tom would
say it really means, “Tough Little Shit”
Tom and Diane's first house. It was the second one of three that the
Roostertail paid for while Jerry was incharge,
Life is just One Big Party
April 6, 2016
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Life is just One Big Party
Tom purchased his forth house in 1975. Tom and the
historical society fundraiser. They raised three
children there and the proximity to the Village,
schools. Tom says it is a great fit for their busy
lifestyles.

The Schoeniths opened their French-inspired manor,
that was built in 1924 for many parties. According to
the historical society, the house was designed by
architects Crombie and Stanton for the Ballantyne
family, which was associated with the law firm
Libbey-Owens-Ford. The house was also occupied
for 25 years by the H.M. Campbell Jr. family.