Dan has spoken at numerous healthcare facilities and community meetings about estate planning and elder law, helping his audience feel less intimidated by complex legal questions.
Between January 2007 and July 2013, Williford operated an elaborate fraud aimed at amassing nearly $44 million from over 200 investors through his fraudulent investment scheme, promising them that their funds would be invested in internet towers, wireless equipment, businesses, or facilities.
Early Life and Education
Dan is a graduate of Barton College’s Lay Academy. In addition, he is a member of First Christian Disciples of Christ Church and Farmville Masonic Lodge #517 A. F & A. M, regularly providing presentations about estate planning and elder law to healthcare facilities and community meetings.
He leaves behind his beloved wife of five-nine years, Judith Moore Williford; daughters Dee Dee Williford Gottschalk and Sandy Williford King as well as grandchildren Jackson Frederick (son), Jousha Frederick (daughter), Alex Williford. In addition Judith Owens survives him as does Larry Williford who are all loving relatives.
Williford’s scholarship combines educational, developmental and clinical psychology. Her research centers around understanding classroom processes that support young children’s school adaptation as well as translating this work into policy and scalable practice. In particular, Williford is dedicated to the Banking Time intervention designed to increase relational “capital” among teachers.
Dan Williford is an enthusiastic attorney who strives to defend the rights of his clients. He strongly believes that everyone deserves respect and courtesy; furthermore, being responsive allows him to ease things for his clients.
Williford committed his crimes over many years and defrauded hundreds of individuals out of their hard-earned cash, using stolen funds to pay personal expenses and cover investments that supposedly yielded returns.
As a graduate from Daphne High School where he lettered in baseball, he later attended Faulkner State Community College and later the University of Mobile. Now living back home in Daphne with his wife and two children – Jackson and Braydon – and coaching the Bulldogs defensive line this year, he serves as their defensive line coach.
Achievement and Honors
He is an outstanding professor who cares deeply for his students, offering extensions and making accommodations when needed. Furthermore, his course is rigorous yet fair in his treatment of students – not treating them like garbage!
He has served as Varsity Coach at Daphne High School since 2002 and also held various other roles on the sidelines prior to that. Currently he coaches the Bulldogs’ defensive line for their second year running; additionally he works as a designer with Austal USA.
Williford was found guilty of operating a fraudulent investment scheme that stole over $44 million from hundreds of people, according to court documents. As part of his sentence – meant as deterrence against similar schemes- Williford received an extended prison term intended to deter others.
Coach Daniel Williford has long been an influential presence in his community, giving back through numerous charitable organizations and providing talks at healthcare facilities and community meetings regarding estate planning and elder law matters.
Federal authorities allege that, from January 2007 through July 2013, Williford ran an illegal investment scheme that deceived victims into believing their money would be invested in wireless internet equipment, Internet towers and other facilities; instead, Williford utilized most of the funds for his personal lifestyle and Ponzi-type schemes.
Williford’s sentence is meant to dissuade others from engaging in similar conduct and send the message that this type of behavior will not be tolerated. Williford has two children – Jackson and Braydon.
He is an established fashion model with over 70,000 Instagram followers represented by Elite Miami Management, and an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
On a cliff above Whalers Cove, Daniel Williford of Point Lobos State Natural Reserve appears to be taking an impressive selfie using an iPad. Tourists observing him gaze back with interest as he talks into his device.
From January 2007 to July 2013, Williford conducted a fraudulent investment scheme which defrauded over 200 investors of $44 million. Rather than investing their funds in wireless Internet equipment and towers as promised, most of it went toward his personal lifestyle expenses instead.