David Fornelli is an American artist and veteran of the Vietnam War. He and other veterans have come together to create artwork for the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago, which will be displayed for all to admire.
David is facing four charges, including threatening John Paul Vranesevich with a gun in April 2012. On Wednesday afternoon during their trial, Rothman asked that several of these counts be dismissed.
David Fornelli, a veteran of the Vietnam War, has turned to art as an outlet to cope with his experience. His paintings depict battle scenarios while his involvement with the National Veterans Art Museum in Chicago–home to over 2,000 works created by military members from World War II onward–showcases his artwork.
David Fornelli currently works for Quantcast as a Senior Corporate Advertising & Paid Media Manager, providing internet publishing and ad technology services. They specialize in helping brands connect with audiences across web and mobile platforms. David lives in California with his wife and two children; public records indicate he has lived there for over 20 years.
David Fornelli is an active participant in the Chicago art scene. His works depict war’s brutality, and he’s actively working to preserve the National Veterans Art Museum here in Chicago, which houses thousands of pieces created by soldiers from World War II to current conflicts across the Middle East.
From 2021 to 2022, Fornelli served as head coach at Pitt State. During his three seasons with the Gorillas, he amassed an impressive 30-16 overall record and 22-12 mark in MIAA play. He led his team to the championship game of the 2021 MIAA Postseason Tournament before falling short to University of Central Missouri in the finals. To this day he remains the winningest head coach in program history with a 306-113 (.730) career record.