Daniel Witmer

Bio of Daniel Witmer

Daniel Witmer is a Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery Specialist located in Hartford, CT. A graduate of Jefferson Medical College, Daniel is affiliated with Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, Middlesex Hospital and Hartford Hospitals.

This memoir is an engrossing read, covering subjects such as battles won and lost, field trip adventures gone awry, school politics and faculty room politics, bookbanning, coaching, Common Core standards and much more – it should be required reading for all educators!

Early Life and Education

Daniel Witmer was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. After attending Penn Manor High School and Millersville University respectively for his undergraduate education, he lived for 10 years in China and South Korea working on education and poverty alleviation projects while simultaneously earning his master’s in intercultural studies before returning home to Vincennes University as director of international services.

He currently works at Indiana University Bloomington as the associate director for Sponsored Student Services within the Office of International Services, representing IU to students from over 40 nations.

He has been practicing medicine for 11 years. He accepts multiple insurance plans and his patients rate him 4.9 stars on average. Furthermore, over the last 15 years, he has contributed to two clinical trials.

Professional Career

Daniel Witmer is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon. With extensive professional experiences including numerous publications and presentations delivered, he specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions affecting muscles, bones, and joints.

David also co-coaches SUNY Oswego men’s lacrosse team, working summer camps as co-coach. Two times awarded ECAC coach of the year and selected as co-coach of 2002 USILA North/South game at Johns Hopkins University are some of his accolades.

As well as his professional career, Mr. Stuckey is also an avid sports fan who enjoys hiking through the hills and forests of southern Indiana with his wife and 10-year-old daughter. Additionally, he enjoys photography and music and is frequently invited as a guest on local television programs.

Achievement and Honors

Witmer serves both as an educator and part-time men’s lacrosse coach at SUNY Oswego, leading his teams to three league championships and an ECAC coaches’ poll top 20 ranking during his tenure.

His lab works with one foot firmly planted in both present and past; using modern-day animals as models to better comprehend extinct ones like dinosaurs. His research utilizes computed tomography scans, 3-D computer software, and unique techniques to evaluate missing pieces in fossil remains and fill any gaps found therein.

At the 2018 Law Day dinner, he was recognized with three awards: St. Thomas More Award; Clay Ketcham Alumni Award and Dan Van Dyke Scholarship. Living in Minetto with his wife, they have two grown sons – the oldest being an artist in metal sculpture while their younger is an orthopedic surgeon.

Personal Life

Daniel spent 10 years living and working in Asia (China and Korea) focusing on education, development and poverty reduction. He holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in intercultural studies. Since 2006 he has been with Indiana University’s Office of International Services where he works closely with sponsored international students.

Dr. Daniel Witmer has been practicing orthopedic surgery for 11 years since graduating from Jefferson Medical College-Thomas Jefferson University (JMCTJU). Currently affiliated with Hartford Hospital.

He enjoys reading books, playing with his kids, and participating in lacrosse. Additionally, he coaches a high school lacrosse team in Oswego and writes the Road Trip Dad blog and several books in his free time. Hiking, biking, and camping with family are also favorite pastimes of his.

Net Worth

Dan Whitmer has an estimated net worth between $1 and $8 Million dollars, which he earned through his primary career of Baseball Player. Additionally, he is an accomplished stock trader; since 2015 he has successfully executed 13 trades of Farmers National Banc stock worth more than $558,800 in value.

He also enjoys gardening, having established an expansive backyard at his home and helping identify rare plants and trees. Additionally, he has contributed to conserving wildlife around Goshen College while helping create Witmer Trace, a 1.1 mile self-guided nature trail at Ox Bow Park. Furthermore, he’s an avid golfer, enjoying various courses across Virginia and Florida.

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