David Mersman is an esteemed business leader and financial guru. Licensed as both an IAR (Investment Advisor Representative) and RR (Registered Representative).
Since 2017, he has been employed at UBS Financial Services Inc. He has achieved certification for Series 66, Series 63, SIE and Series 7 exams.
Early Life and Education
David Mersman was born and raised in the United States, living various places before settling down for about six years now in Sandwich, Illinois.
He was a long-term member of First Baptist Church, serving as Sunday school superintendent and singing in its choir for years. Additionally, he taught math classes at East Kentwood High School for most of his professional life.
Dave Mersman was a beloved teacher and mentor to many students in East Kentwood and beyond, known more affectionately by them by his initials rather than his name. A member of the Army National Guard, he leaves his children Lisa (Matt) Maupin of Franklin MO; Keith Mersman from Maryland Heights MO and Kevin Mersman from Willow Springs Missouri; as well as their mother Janice DeWeerd as living legacy.
David Mersman was an industry pioneer who earned high praise for his outstanding work ethic. Additionally, he held great regard amongst his colleagues.
He worked at Bell Labs, one of the premier scientific firms worldwide. There he was responsible for designing and negotiating with foreign countries intercontinental undersea fiber optic cables which form part of digital networks worldwide.
He traveled extensively during this career. He delighted in experiencing diverse cultures, while being immensely proud of his Norwegian heritage.
David Mersman is an esteemed business leader who has earned numerous honors and distinctions throughout his career. Additionally, he is well known in his community as an active member of various organizations while giving freely of his time to aid those in need.
He also enjoys watching both football and basketball games. On several occasions he served as referee for volleyball tournaments which was particularly rewarding to him.
At trial for his criminal case, he claimed he should not have been found guilty of driving with a suspended or revoked license (DARP) and DUI, since evidence did not establish beyond reasonable doubt that he was under the influence of alcohol at the time of arrest.