Daniel Sheridan

Daniel Sheridan

Daniel Sheridan is an orchestral clarinetist and music educator currently on the music faculty of Winona State University and previously teaching at Cameron University, The University of Akron and Wooster College.

Dan Sheridan provides advice to registered investment advisors regarding monetizing their practices through internal succession, external sale or business combination. In addition, he assists them with entity planning and governance matters.

Early Life and Education

Professor Sheridan’s research interests span world religions, the future of Catholic education, history and writing books/presenting papers about these topics. Additionally, he offers courses on these topics; these include theology courses regarding American Indian studies as well as civil war reenactments and American Indian history/culture courses.

He graduated from St. Paul High School in 1957 as a member of both the All City and All Parochial Basketball Teams, before going on to McNeese State University on a basketball scholarship.

Dan was an enthusiastic golfer, hunter and fisherman. Additionally he enjoyed riding his motorcycle, gardening and cooking. Dan was a strong supporter of music and theater. Dan was the loving husband of Sue Sheridan as well as father to Tim Sheridan, Dan Sheridan and Pat Carlson Sheridan as well as being Bryce Sheridan’s grandfather.

Professional Career

As a professor, Sheridan has taught forensic nursing courses at the baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees levels. He has published numerous clinical and research articles as well as presented at national and international conferences. Furthermore, Sheridan has performed hundreds of forensic evidentiary examinations for patients alleging sexual assault or intimate partner violence histories.

He offers a broad business law practice with expertise in mergers and acquisitions, business formation and restructuring, financing/governance issues, real estate transactions and registered investment advisor representation in relation to monetizing their advisory practices either internally through succession planning or externally for sale.

He possesses an avid interest in world religions and Catholic systematic theology. Additionally, in his free time he enjoys traveling and reading.

Achievement and Honors

Sheridan is an accomplished author and frequent presenter on topics relating to world religions, Catholic education, the Civil War, American history and American identity. He has spoken at several conferences as well as serving on committees. Additionally, he possesses an intense fascination for Islam which led to several books being written on it.

Sheridan’s success in the Shenandoah Valley was noted by President Lincoln, who sent a letter of gratitude. Additionally, Sheridan was promoted to major general and became nationally famous following victories at Cedar Creek, Gettysburg, and Stones River.

As well as his military service, Sheridan is also an accomplished clarinetist and educator. Currently teaching on the music faculty of Winona State University; previously at The University of Akron and The College of Wooster.

Personal Life

Daniel Sheridan has garnered much acclaim as a solo recitalist, orchestral musician and music educator. He has served on the music faculties at Cameron University, The University of Akron and State University of New York at Stony Brook – currently being appointed at Winona State University as well.

Sheridan was one of the founding members of Eli Radish, a Cleveland-based band which combined country blues, classical elements and rock for political messaging purposes. Additionally, Sheridan appeared in numerous television series such as Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Gunsmoke, Have Gun – Will Travel (HGWT), Yancy Derringer Jefferson Drum and Bonanza as a player.

Experienced in both private and public child law matters, he is adept at handling cases at all tiers of court up to and including the Court of Appeal. Particularly adept at identifying key welfare issues that will lead to optimal results in cases.

Net Worth

Sheridan has earned an eight-figure salary from his neo-western drama series Yellowstone and 1883 on Paramount Network, each paying him nine figures each season. In 2021, he signed a multi-year contract extension with the studio. Furthermore, as co-creator of both series he owns one of Texas’s most prominent ranches called “6666”, or Four Sixes Ranch in Texas.

He advises clients on selecting an appropriate business entity, with special expertise in using series LLC structures as beneficial options. He collaborates with litigation counsel in relation to private company disputes such as allegations of breach of fiduciary duty or minority oppression.

He has over 35 years of combined law firm and in-house experience and regularly lectures on limited liability company formation, financing and governance matters.

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