David M. Porter, a retired state Department of Business and Economic Development lawyer who had lifetime passions for photography, collecting classic cars and motorcycles, and sailing the Chesapeake Bay, died of Alzheimer’s disease Sept. 21 at Symphony Manor, a Roland Park assisted living and memory support facility. The longtime Glyndon resident was 74.
How Did David M. Porter Die?
David M. Porter who worked as a retired state Department of Business and Economic Development lawyer who is known for his photography skills and collecting classic cars and motorcycles, and sailing the Chesapeake Bay, passed away from Alzheimer’s disease on Sept. 21 at Symphony Manor, a Roland Park assisted living and memory support facility.
He was age 74. “As a lawyer, he was brilliant, and one of the, if not the smartest person, I ever met, and I don’t have to qualify that,” said Randi Reichel, a University of Maryland School of Law classmate, longtime friend, and co-worker in the Office of the Maryland Attorney General. “He was a Renaissance person who brought much to the table and was such a fabulous attorney. Anyone who worked with him was lucky to have had him there.”
David M. Porter Age, Date of Birth, Birthday, Family, What about his father, mother, and where is he from? Early Life Details
David M.Porter was the son of Howard Newton Porter who worked as a classics professor at Yale and Columbia universities, and Martha Harmon Porter, a Head Start volunteer, was born Jan. 17, 1948, in New Haven, Connecticut, and he was raised in a busy Victorian house in nearby Guilford, Connecticut.
He spent his early times Chebeague Island, Maine, and at Camp Kabeyun, a boy’s camp in New Hampshire, that had been founded by his grandfather.
David M. Porter’s Net worth, how much did he earn?
As of October 2022; David M.Porter’s net worth figure is under wraps.
David M. Porter Partner, What about his relationship
David M.Porter was married to his wife of 44 years, the former Mary Ellen Beckelheimer. The couple met in Baltimore. The couple fell in love and married in 1978. The duo also had two daughters.
David M. Porter Career
David started his legal career in the tax department at what was then Piper & Marbury which is now DLA Piper. Porter then joined the Maryland Attorney General’s Office in the year 1989, and after a few years, took a position with the state Department of Licensing and Regulation until he was named deputy to Margie H. Muller, who was state banking commissioner, and then returned to the State Attorney General’s Office of Housing and Community Development.
After retiring in 2016, he spent the last 15 years of his career in the state Department of Business and Economic Development.
Where he attended his High school and University? What was his major?
David graduated in 1965 from the Taft School in Waterbury, Connecticut. He matriculated at Yale, dropped out twice, took classes at Columbia, and also studied at various colleges in the San Francisco Bay Area.
He enrolled at Johns Hopkins University, where he completed his final two years of undergraduate studies, graduating in 1976 with a good score of 4.0 Average
David M. Porter Social Media Reach
David M.Porter seems to be inactive on the social media sites such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook page.
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