Daniel Willey

Daniel Willey

Daniel Willey began his real estate brokering career after working as a manager at Old Navy. Inspired by their customer service approach, Daniel sought to bring that level of care into his own venture.

Willey moved to Denver in 1977 and joined both the Sam Cary Bar Association – Colorado’s first organization for black lawyers – as well as Delta Eta Boule fraternity.

Early Life and Education

After graduating from the University of Michigan, Willey joined the U.S. Air Force and served for 30 years – holding numerous posts including command sergeant major and being responsible for training officers as well as non-commissioned personnel he led investigations of drug trafficking and other serious crimes.

Willey also became active in his Denver community, serving on the Sam Cary Bar Association board and working with local chapters of Delta Eta Boule. He had an intense devotion for family, church, and sports that made life interesting for him.

His dedication to law remained intact even after taking senior judge status in 2013 which usually reduces caseload. According to a bio on the University of Colorado Law School website, he taught trial advocacy courses.

Professional Career

Undersheriff Willey has spent three decades at the Ishpeming Police Department as a patrolman, detective sergeant and most recently chief of police. During that time he has led investigations that significantly decreased methamphetamine use in the community.

He has served as both a senior non-commissioned officer at battalion level and as an example to cadets at the United States Military Academy at Virginia Tech. Additionally, he is a graduate of several courses such as Primary Leadership Development Course, Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, First Sergeant’s Course and Sergeant Major Course Class 53.

His memberships include Oneida County Bar Association and American Bar Association. He practices complex litigation matters, including securities litigation and enforcement.

Achievement and Honors

Archaeologist Charles M. Wright left an indelible mark on New World archaeology through his excavations along the Florida Gulf Coast and work in Peru and Panama, as well as through masterfully synthesizing these projects’ results into monographs that summarized them all.

He accomplished one remarkable achievement when it comes to settlement patterns in Belize Valley: this work stands as an unparalleled benchmark. Furthermore, he was an exceptional educator.

Each fall, eager students would pack Peabody Museum Room 57E for his class on Middle American Archaeology. Dr. Boeckmann fiercely guarded his time for this class as though it were an essential field survey, even if that meant forgoing professional meetings or rejecting Dumbarton Oaks directorship opportunities.

Personal Life

Willey took advantage of his military retirement to launch his own real estate firm and become active within his church community, building lasting friendships among his congregation members and building lasting relationships with those outside.

He leaves behind his beloved wife Vivian of Odessa; son Kory and daughter-in-law Chana; brother Randy and sister-in-law Debbie; grandchildren Kolton and Kaylee as he was an exemplary family man, deeply loved his children, their spouses and grandkids as he enjoyed watching all sports as well as playing golf whenever possible.

CSM Willey attended and graduated from the Sergeants Major Academy and served in several units as battalion commander, combat operations sergeant major, first sergeant, first sergeant major and command sergeant major. Additionally he has completed various military education courses such as Primary Leadership Development Course, Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course and Battle Staff Course.

Net Worth

Walt Willey has been involved with many projects and is an established actor. He has won multiple Daytime writing awards and is best-known for playing Jackson Montgomery on All My Children; Ryan’s Hope and Another World also featured his performance. Willey also enjoys stand-up comedy and has performed at prestigious comedy clubs in New York; locally in Ottawa he presented community theatre productions including “Arsenic and Old Lace”, “Plaza Suite”, Harvey, Deathtrap as well as Gregory Ashford in Thurton (Independent Soap Award).

His achievements stand as testament to his exceptional talent and devotion to cricket. He has represented [Country Name] in multiple international matches and contributed significantly to their success. An outstanding all-rounder with outstanding bat and ball skills.

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