daniel worley

On Your Side Investigators Meet Daniel Worley

Worley exudes positivity that inspires those around him. Even after experiencing amputation of one leg, his positive outlook never diminished and he continues to share his enthusiasm for life with those he meets.

He has appeared as a guest on several television programs such as Love, American Style; The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Adam-12. Additionally, he has made several movie and theater productions appearances.

Early Life and Education

Daniel Worley was born in Ithaca, New York and raised in Scott Depot, West Virginia. After attending Regis University for his degree in religion he pursued auto mechanic training subsequently becoming a master technician.

He composed and recorded music as well as taught composition, electronic music production and guitar at several colleges including UofM, Centre College and Bellarmine University. A fan of Colorado Avalanche hockey team, he enjoyed life to the fullest extent possible.

Worley signed with James Stroud’s fledgling label Stroudavarious Records in 2008 to record his fifth original album Sounds Like Life; unfortunately however, the record didn’t fare very well with audiences and soon after Worley left Stroudavarious.

Professional Career

Worley has held positions as a developer at Briljent, maintaining learning materials on an LMS. At Strayer University he provided project plans and analytical dashboards for new initiatives; finally at InterVision Systems he served as manager of technical education where he managed both internal and external academies on multiple LMSs.

He has performed as a musician for 4th Street Station from Louisville as lead guitarist, as part of Diamond/Worley/Clark trio and Afrobeat group High Crimes; also teaching guitar composition and production courses at University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Louisville-Worley Campus Centre College and Bellarmine University.

He currently practices law with Worley and Hart in York Springs and Adams County and holds membership to both York County Bar Association and Pennsylvania Bar Association.

Achievement and Honors

Daniel has achieved much in his lifetime, but the crowning achievement was receiving the Charlie Daniels Patriot Award before his passing from Charlie himself – something which still amazes him today.

He has not only been recognized by his university but has also received honors from multiple organizations. For example, he was recently honored with being named as a 2021-22 University Faculty Scholar as well as receiving multiple research awards from National Science Foundation and Eastman Chemical Company.

His colleagues at NC State have also been honored. In 2022, graduate student Abby Scheer and undergraduate student Arissa Wheeler won awards at the ACCelerate Creativity and Innovation Festival by presenting their respective startup companies, Cervu and Dilation respectively – they became the first students ever to win both awards in one year!

Personal Life

He is an active member of the Society of Friends (Quakers), regularly attending Menallen Friends Meeting near York Springs in Adams County. Additionally, he supports World Government and opposes capital punishment.

He operates and owns multiple recording studios; has produced, recorded, and mastered more albums than he can count, including those by roots-rock group CityGoat; experimental improvisation trio Trace Trio; High Crimes with saxophonist Dave Clark; as well as teaching composition, electronic music, orchestration, counterpoint guitar at University of Michigan, UofL, Centre College and Bellarmine University.

Worley enjoys spending his free time hiking with his dog, fishing and camping, creating stained glass objects, gardening, woodworking and raising wild turkeys and bees – as well as being an ardent supporter of Colorado Avalanche hockey team!

Net Worth

On Your Side Investigators discovered that Worley once worked as a police officer in Tillamook; however, his badge was later revoked due to misconduct allegations including unethical citation writing, improper responses to restraining orders and making sexual advances toward female dispatchers.

Worley estimated his minority stake in Pelham at just $2,500 using a capitalization rate approach in his bankruptcy case. Although he acknowledged not consulting Joshua Crapps or Daniel Crapps about its valuation, he claimed formal appraisals would be impractical due to cost and delay issues; instead relying on legal advice instead. Alternatively, one could reasonably find evidence of intentional undervaluation by Worley himself.

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