David Ballenger is a chiropractor located in Lutherville Timonium, MD and offers spinal manipulation, adjustments, and rehabilitative care for neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
In the early 1990s, he was accused of making sexual advances toward three girls. One case was dismissed and two other charges were later dropped against him.
Early Life and Education
David Ballenger’s early life was challenging. He worked odd jobs and served in the Army before becoming homeless, ending up living under a freeway overpass.
After being found guilty of taking indecent liberties with a student, he was sentenced to 12-15 months in prison under an agreement with prosecutors. This plea stemmed from the 1970 Alford case which permits defendants to plead guilty without admitting their wrongdoing.
Ballenger has extensive experience as both an educator and researcher, having co-edited eight books and published over 55 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. She currently co-edits three research book series and serves as associate editor for both Advancing Women in Leadership Journal (AWL) and International Journal of Mentoring & Coaching in Education.
David Ballenger, a former Hickory Tavern High School student and Clemson University alumnus, had an illustrious professional career. He was an expert in human resources management and organizational development with more than two decades of expertise.
He achieved the esteemed title of Director of Human Resources for Huntington National Bank, a position which he took seriously. Additionally, he founded and was an integral partner in GBQ Partners – an esteemed sales promotion firm.
David Ballenger was not only an experienced sales executive, but a certified educator as well. His professional life has been dedicated to informing others about the latest advances in educational technology and research. More specifically, he has conducted extensive research on qualitative and quantitative methods as well as teaching leadership principles.
Achievements and Honors
David Ballenger has earned numerous honors throughout his career. Currently, he is affiliated with two companies.
He has been actively engaged in a number of professional organizations and conferences. Additionally, he served as president of the Faculty Senate at A&M-Commerce.
In addition to his role at A&M-Commerce, he is also a licensed chiropractor with certification in chiropractic acupuncture and an expertise in sports medicine.
He has authored numerous articles and book chapters, as well as co-editing eight published books. Additionally, he serves as a peer reviewer for both international and national publications.
David Ballenger was born in 1783 in South Carolina and served in the Civil War alongside his brother William.
David and his family eventually relocated to Texas, where David worked for several years. He developed an appreciation of music – particularly French horn playing – that would last throughout his lifetime.
Ballenger’s career took an exciting turn when he met his beloved wife Frances “Angie” Witt and they began a 52 year union. Despite their fierce Clemson/University of South Carolina rivalry, the couple found joy together throughout their lives together.
David Ballenger’s net worth has been estimated at an impressive $4.8 million, placing him among the 50 richest members of Congress. This represents a dramatic improvement over last year’s minimum estimated amount of $3.2 million.
He attributes much of his success to the success of his Plastic Packaging company. He still owns stock in it, valued between $5 million and $25 million.
His personal assets include several real-estate properties in California and Florida that are valued between $250,001 and $500,000. Furthermore, he owns a vineyard in France worth between $1 million and $5 million.
He owns a family-run business that was passed down from his father. His portfolio of stocks includes shares in Walgreen Co., General Electric and IBM as well as smaller stakes in 3M and Retreat Farm Produce.