Dan Looney, VP of Leasing and Land Sales at Bright Realty
Daniel Looney serves as Vice President at Bright Realty where he handles retail project representation for shopping centers across D-FW market. Daniel is also a member of both International Council of Shopping Centers and North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors.
He is a member of the Idaho Watercolor Society, and exhibits his art at 44 Degrees North gift shop in McCall and at Idaho City Trading Post in Idaho City.
Early Life and Education
As a fine art professional and artistic entrepreneur, Dan Looney has produced hundreds of paintings, sketches and collages for his clientele – many featured in exhibitions across the United States as well as abroad, such as Belgium.
Erwin is survived by his parents, brother and two younger sisters; two cherished grandsons also remain. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts and graduating Auburn High School.
Looney was the oldest of three brothers. At Naval Academy he played lacrosse, eventually becoming an intelligence officer before transitioning into Special Operations as an SEAL in 2006. On August 22, 2009 Looney died with two other sailors during a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, at 29 years old.
Looney has served in multiple capacities in his professional career: controller or financial officer for three oil and gas firms; audit manager; CPA. Furthermore, in addition to working at RACC he is also a partner in Danny W. Looney PC in Dallas.
Kevon Grant Looney is an American basketball player currently competing for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). After attending UCLA for college basketball, he decided to enter the draft after his freshman season and entered into an agreement.
Kevin Looney was an NBA player before he entered retirement. They’ve maintained an intimate bond throughout their careers and in their free time he enjoys playing basketball and golf with family members.
Achievement and Honors
Looney excelled both on the basketball court and academically during his seven-year tenure at Seattle Pacific, compiling impressive GPAs during this time, and being recognized with three Team Academic Excellence awards from the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
At the time of his death, there had been no indication that anything was amiss – no indication whatsoever until late afternoon’s announcement came out late that afternoon. A great talent with deep feelings, the Island music community had lost one of their own in his passing away.
He was an avid art collector and created his own style of artwork in watercolor, acrylic and mixed media that won him several prestigious awards and exhibitions.
Looney remains grounded despite his teammates’ success, staying focused on what’s most important to him and serving as a moral compass within the Warriors locker room to monitor behavior and keep teammates honest.
He teaches at a Milwaukee middle school, hosts a youth fundraiser and visits the tutoring organization his parents founded. Additionally, he dedicated the home court at Alexander Hamilton High School to Majeed’s memory who passed away earlier this year.
Looney is an accomplished Marquis Who’s Who listee who continues to produce high-quality watercolor, acrylic and mixed media paintings since 1975 – earning national recognition and building an extensive clientele base along the way. He has been honored in over 25 editions of Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the West and Who’s Who in the World for his outstanding achievements in art.
Bright Realty VP Tom Looney provides retail project leasing and land sales for Bright’s shopping center portfolio in DFW area. In addition, Tom is an active member of both International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors.
Cahersiveen’s close knit community was left stunned after learning of 29 year-old selfemployed builder Daniel Looney’s sudden and tragic death early Tuesday morning at his home close to Cahersiveen Marina. While Gardai don’t suspect anything suspicious with regards to Daniel Looney’s demise, many in Cahersiveen mourn his passing as they consider his passing as accidental and are treating it accordingly. Community members mourn his presence who was widely respected within town as being both hardworking and kind-hearted– someone whom many regarded as being “salt of the earth”.