David Paxton is a lawyer specializing in Business, Real Estate, Banking and Commercial Law. As part of Paxton & Paxton law firm in Colorado Springs, CO he holds an admission to practice there as well.
He leads the firm’s Real Estate team and provides advice to a wide range of developers, investors and propcos on various development and investment projects. His specialization lies in infrastructure projects, mixed use-residential buildings, hotels & leisure destinations, retirement living communities and student accommodation options.
Early Life and Education
David Paxton was born and raised in Walton, Missouri before joining the US Army at Fort Riley, Kansas.
He married Charlotte Ervin and to this union eight children were born. With great love and devotion for his family, he served as a loving father, grandfather, uncle, and friend to all.
Dave was an exceptional soldier with the courage to stand up for what was right. He dedicated 23 years of his life to serving in the United States Army.
He was a beloved husband, friend and strong leader of men. He fiercely loved and protected his family, cherishing memories through photography and poetry. An example of strength, wisdom and kindness to his twelve grandchildren, he will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
After a successful minor league baseball career, David Paxton returns to his hometown in search of love, family and the life he once imagined for himself. When he meets Joan – his childhood friend and mother to Ross – David sees an opportunity to find meaning in life.
He soon discovers Joan and Ross harbor a dark secret which has driven them to desperation and rage. His attempts at rescue from their demons are met with suspicion and condemnation from the town. The simmering anger threatens to explode into violence as David attacks Bill Huston, the man standing between them and Ross.
Achievements and Honors
Paxton has earned numerous accolades throughout his life. He was recognized as a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and is an accomplished musician who blends traditional songs with new compositions.
He is an advocate for folk music and its ability to fuse old with new. His lyrics often address social issues, such as those related to civil rights activism or the 1964 murders of three activists by members of the Ku Klux Klan.
He is also renowned for his contributions to cancer research. From serving on the programmatic panel of the Lung Cancer Research Program (LCRP) until his passing in 2018, he dedicated himself to fighting this deadly disease.
David Paxton dedicated his life to aiding those recovering from addiction. As a dedicated sponsor in Narcotics Anonymous and mentor to many members, his influence will be felt far and wide.
He served as a youth minister for many years, participating in numerous church camps and missions. Furthermore, he served as a mentor to younger youth ministers throughout the Southern Baptist Convention.
He was married to Nancy Kaufman for 25 years, and she survives him. He is the proud father of six children and grandfather to six grandchildren. Born in Harrisburg, PA on February 5, 2019 in Palmyra, he leaves behind his wife, mother, sister and her husband; as well as step-dad duties. A passionate motorcyclist at heart, he loved riding his friends’ motorcycles around town.
David Paxton was a renowned actor, director and musician in the movie industry. His roles in movies like Titanic, True Lies and Apollo made him an instant star.
He directed films like Game Ever Played, Frailty and Ghost of Abyss. Additionally, he had a successful music career with his band.
His family had filed a lawsuit against the hospital that provided him care prior to his passing, alleging they were misled about potential risks associated with surgery.
At the time of his passing, he had accumulated a net worth of $40 million due to being one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actors. Furthermore, he had successfully built up an extensive real estate business.