Daniel Wehner, MD – Emergency Medicine Specialist
Daniel Wehner is an emergency physician based out of Johnstown, PA and currently practices at Practice with affiliations at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. He received his MD degree from Thomas Jefferson University.
At Wehner’s release hearing, eight family members of Manville and Ehlman spoke out against his release; these included Ehlman’s sister as well as his father making emotional statements against Wehner’s release.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Wehner graduated from Kickapoo High School and Southwest Missouri State University with degrees in Chemistry and then Medicine respectively from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
He completed his residency in emergency medicine at Wright State University of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine in Dayton, Ohio and currently practices as an emergency medicine specialist with 42 years of experience.
Roseville police spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther noted that local authorities may not always be informed when convicted felons are released into the community, adding that her department would monitor Wehner’s parole status. Eight members from both families testified at Wehner’s parole hearing – including Manville’s older sister and Ehlman’s younger sister (both 14 at the time Wehner killed their parents).
Daniel Wehner has over four decades of experience practicing emergency medicine at Johnstown, PA’s Patient First. A graduate from Thomas Jefferson University, Daniel has an affiliation with Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center.
Wehner provides clients with advice in patent prosecution, portfolio development, due diligence support for litigation matters and post-grant proceedings. His expertise spans across biological-electrical-mechanical disciplines and allows him to craft IP strategies for companies across an array of fields – such as bioinformatics, microfluidics, medical imaging robotics diagnostics artificial intelligence blockchain software controlled devices MEMS etc. His clients include pharmaceutical, biotechnology and semiconductor manufacturers as well as technology startups. Additionally he works with several financial institutions. LPL Financial registered him with them as well. Furthermore he earned Series 63 and 7 licenses; passed both exams; earned CFP certification.
Achievement and Honors
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Rene VonderHaar, Ehlman’s sister and many of his relatives oppose Wehner’s release during each parole eligibility hearing, sending letters opposing it citing her fears that once released he may just relocate a few towns away and kill again.
Daniel Wehner hails from Springfield, Missouri but currently resides in Kansas City with his wife and three children. A member of Hope Fellowship Church, Daniel enjoys working his hands while spending quality time with family.
Roseville police typically aren’t informed when a murderer recommended for parole is considered, but one of Wehner’s victims took steps to inform Roseville officers. Her sister informed Roseville of her concerns for Wehner and they will continue speaking up against any possibility of his release from custody.
Eight family members of Wehner’s victims attended Wednesday’s all-day hearing at California Mens Colony, including John Manville’s older sister and Robin Ehlman’s younger sister who were 14 when They were murdered by Wehner; these gave powerful statements against his parole eligibility eligibility. Davis Police Chief Darren Pytel as well as retired DA Investigators Kay Lipelt and Jon Updergraff all provided compelling arguments against Wehner being released on parole eligibility.
According to his Form 4 filing with the SEC, Wehner currently owns 32,801 units of Meta Platforms Inc stock valued at $5.141,137. Additionally, over the last 12 years he made 85 trades totalling an average value of $86,038,642.
In 2001, he joined New York investment banking firm Allen & Company LLC and obtained both Series 7 and 24 licenses, where he gained expertise in principal investing, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions advisory work as well as leading finance teams responsible for capital raisings and M&A trades in Silicon Valley primarily with Allen & Company clients.
At present, Wehner boasts an estimated net worth of $113 Million and currently serves as Chief Financial Officer of Alector Biopharma, a clinical-stage biotechnology company – both roles are essential to his wealth creation in coming years.