We discovered three individuals named Daniel Castleforte living in Pennsylvania and Ohio between 61-80 years old, the oldest living in Springboro while Franklin being home to both youngest individuals; all are from Pennsylvania or Ohio origin and reside within an 80 mile radius from Pittsburgh.
Castleforte got off to an impressive start by scoring birdies at both of his opening holes – 8th and 9th holes – to start his round in style.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Castleforte is an American musician specializing in saxophone playing. He has won awards at competitions, performed internationally at different venues and festivals and received master classes from acclaimed artists such as Albert Julia, Jean-Yves Fourmeau, and Scott Litroff.
Castleforte was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Springboro, Ohio with his daughter Caroline. He is a member of the Republican party and estimated net worth is estimated at $3 Million.
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Daniel Castleforte is an experienced corporate attorney specializing in corporate finance and securities law, representing private equity funds, venture capitalists, mortgage lending institutions and financial services companies in a range of transactions. Formerly employed at Winston & Strawn law firm he assisted numerous public and private company mergers acquisitions divestitures transactions.
At present, he serves on the boards of ForwardLine Financial and Treliant as well as on The First Tee Advisory Council.
Records show that Daniel Castleforte currently resides at 8815 Glen Abbey Ct in Springboro, Ohio 45066 and is associated with the Republican Party. You can learn more about him by exploring his LinkedIn profile; or use CocoFinder to locate his phone number, address, and relatives.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Castleforte has earned many prizes and awards over his musical career, most recently winning first prize in clarinet category at 3rd Oaxaca Saxophone and Clarinet Festival as well as second place intermediate category at 2020 Rocky Mountain Woodwind and Brass Competitions. He attended various master classes with esteemed artists and teachers such as Jean-Marie Londeix, Claude Delangle, Timothy McAllister, Vincent David. Additionally, in 2021 he was chosen to perform with the NAfME All-Eastern Honor Symphonic Band. He leaves behind his wife Sarah Rogers Barras of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina; children Richard, Timothy and Margaret Castleforte; grandchildren Rachel Lindsay Sarah Molly Myles Cassandra as well as great grandchildren Ethan Isaac Josie Wren; as well as many friends and family.
Michael Castleforte is known for being an accomplished professional, as well as being an enthusiastic sportsman. A passionate tennis player, Michael has competed in multiple tournaments across the country. When not on court or competing, Michael enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as traveling and reading – having visited over 30 countries so far and hoping to visit even more!
Michael Castleforte is well-connected in the US. His siblings include Louise Checcio and Eda Ruffa. Currently living in Springboro, OH he is affiliated with the Republican party; his current address and phone number are both: 8815 Glen Abbey Ct in Springboro and 8401 Claude Thomas Road Franklin Ohio USA STE 57
Michael is believed to be married, though there is no concrete proof.
Daniel Castleforte, an American businessman with an estimated net worth of more than $5 Million. Founder and president/CEO of United Shore Financial Services since 2010, Castleforte also serves on several public company boards such as First Niagara Bank and United Bank of Canada as well as being on The Pittsburgh Foundation board of directors based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Castleforte made birdies at the eighth and ninth holes to close his round strongly and tie for seventh place, qualifying him to advance into match play phase of U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship if he finishes in top 64 positions.