Daniel Whiting

Daniel Whiting – Patriotism at Its Best

Daniel Whiting is an unflinchingly dedicated dentist. With extensive training in cosmetic and implant dentistry and same-day Cerec crowns, Daniel provides outstanding patient care.

He received the maximum 25 years to life sentence for stabbing Ashley to death at their Lackawanna home, who was also the mother of two children.

Early Life and Education

At age 31 he joined the Continental Army, risking his life to unite America again. This selfless act epitomizes what true patriotism entails.

Born to a family of immigrants in New York City, he attended Columbia University to major in political science. While working there he also gained work as an assistant to one of New York Senators before transitioning into journalism as his career.

Daniel was married to Ann for over fifteen years. Their children, which included two daughters, survived into adulthood. The couple lived on Dean Avenue in Franklin. Daniel owned a local tavern during the Revolutionary War which became one of its most beloved landmarks – helping shape community life while contributing to history.

Professional Career

Daniel Whiting made his mark during World War II by joining the 23rd Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Company K, willingly placing his life at risk to unify America and rebuild her economy. Following their service on Dean Ave in Franklin, they lived a peaceful postwar life together.

Dan prides himself on having a strong work ethic and is dedicated to his craft as an insurance professional with Series 7, 66, and 9 registration with FINRA. Additionally, he remains active within both his church and community.

He enjoys playing golf and spending time with his family during his free time, traveling the world and connecting with nature deeply. Additionally, he takes great pleasure in renovating homes as an inspiration from popular duo Chip and Joanna Gaines.

Achievement and Honors

Daniel Whiting excelled at many activities during his high school career, such as soccer, tutoring at the Writing Center, digital newspaper staff and Academic World Quest competition team – earning himself both Rotary Student of the Month honors and membership to National Honor Society.

He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served in Moscow, Russia for two years as missionary work. Hoyles, Sheri and Corina are his siblings, while Grant, Meaghan Shawn Devon Carmen are his nieces and nephews.

In 2022, he received the Engineering for Professionals Instructor Award recognizing excellence and talent in teaching undergraduate engineering students. It was an incredible honor for him and the college. Additionally, he received an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.

Personal Life

Dan is also actively engaged in Burton civic life. He serves as liaison for the Zoning Board & Commission, Land Use Committees and Cemeteries Committees; additionally he represents HDAC on its Advisory Committee.

Daniel and Ann Whiting had five surviving children after infancy: sons Daniel, James, Robert and Ezra who would go on to comprise an overwhelming proportion of Whiting descendants on this site.

Daniel Whiting himself served stalwartly during the years of Manifest Destiny, serving in the 23rd Massachusetts Regiment. When war ended he was discharged and returned home where unfortunately his wife passed shortly thereafter; soon thereafter Estella was his new partner; together they would go on to have Francelia and Florence as children.

Net Worth

Remodeler Carl Whiting and his wife have become known as the Fixer Uppers due to their exceptional house renovation skills, earning them the affectionate nickname of ‘Fixer Uppers,’ similar to Chip and Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper fame. Not only have they adopted an admirable work ethic; the couple also shares a passion for traveling together, experiencing new adventures together with their three young children.

Daniel Whiting was found guilty in 2015 for stabbing Ashley Whiting to death at their Lackawanna home. This cowardly attack on mother of two young children resulted in an Erie County judge sentencing him to 25 years to life imprisonment.

He has been working with Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc for five years as a financial advisor and previously held positions at Bank Of America and Fidelity Investments.

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