Dan has advised healthcare clients on a range of matters. He possesses vast expertise in regulatory compliance, provider credentialing and related litigation.
He loved Jimmy Buffett and island lifestyle, along with magic tricks, clowns, VCU basketball and his pups Captain and Skipper. A true gentleman will surely be missed.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Dinsmore was born November 4th 1950 in Big Stone Gap, Virginia to parents who valued and respected military service, so in 1995 he joined the Marine Corps Reserve as a motor transport heavy section leader and earned both the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for his efforts.
He served on the Battalion Rifle Pistol Shooting Team, was deployed to Helmand Province, earning the Combat Action Ribbon; and served at both Recruiting Station Bellevue and Substation Seattle.
Dan’s regulatory expertise makes him an invaluable asset to health care clients. He assists them with various issues related to compliance, provider credentialing and administrative proceedings – having assisted numerous hospitals, medical practices and individual practitioners successfully navigate complex matters.
Dan is the founder and President of Overit, a digital marketing firm. Overit utilizes cutting-edge theory, technology, and trends to craft meaningful brands both local and internationally. Dan attributes Overit’s success to their ability to ground strategy on data while pushing content creativity boundaries.
Dan is an advocate for health care companies, medical associations, hospitals and individual practitioners. His experience dealing with state and federal regulatory bodies gives him an edge when handling diverse or complex matters.
He is well known for being involved in high-profile cases involving medical marijuana and telehealth. Living in Lakes Region with his wife and children along with two dogs; an active member of a community service organization while teaching an adult Sunday school class;
Achievement and Honors
Dinsmore has not only contributed his military expertise, but has also taken an active role in fundraising and philanthropy for MARSOC Marines. He competed in multiple Ironman races as part of Miles for MARSOC program – raising awareness and funds for those injured or killed while on active duty – raising funds and awareness about MARSOC marines wounded or killed in action; additionally, Dinsmore served as Marine Raider Battalion transportation chief during this time.
Dinsmore has amassed many awards and honors during his four-decade-plus wrestling career, such as being named Ohio Valley Wrestling Southern Tag Team Champion an unprecedented eight times. Additionally, he performed under the ring name Eugene in Juggalo Championship Wrestling (JCW) where he appeared in various storylines as Eugene. Eric Bischoff himself is his uncle; also, Dinsmore’s brother has intellectual disabilities.
Dinsmore’s legal practice specializes in health care law, representing clients before state medical boards and regulatory agencies. He advises hospitals, medical practices and individual doctors on licensure issues and professional ethics matters.
He grew up in Big Stone Gap, Virginia and graduated from JR Tucker High School and VCU. He is survived by his wife Pamela Edwards; sons Ryan Edwards and Daniel Dinsmore; daughter Katharine Fish; three grandchildren – Eliza, Rhys and Sonia; brother Donald Dinsmore and sister Diane Dinsmore; as well as an entire extended family including sister Diane Dinsmore.
He was an avid Jimmy Buffett fan who would frequent Key West’s Tiki Deck. Additionally, he enjoyed magic tricks and clowns, pool playing, gardening and spending time with his two beloved pups Captain and Skipper. He will be greatly missed.
Magistrate Judge Dinsmore’s career has been marked by military service and law firm stints, helping him amass an estimated $5 Million fortune.
Dinsmore is not only known for his legal work in Kent; he’s an active participant in his local community as well. You may have seen him at community functions or business events taking photos with a big smile across his face!
He runs a local windshield-repair company, becoming well known for his innovations within the industry. His innovation of a better repair system allowed him to expand his business and sell the technology as part of his community involvement; even taking mobile repair trucks out to RV parks so boondockers could get their chipped windshields fixed!