Daniel Kidd

Daniel Kidd, Architect

Daniel Kidd loved driving his 1964 Chevy Impala convertible around town with family and friends to visit, hunt, travel and become acquainted. Daniel was also an active member of Davison Knights of Columbus #4090 3rd and 4th Degree Knights.

At trial, Kidd was charged by the State with dealing and conspiracy to deal cocaine, as well as possessing it. In lieu of live testimony from Kidd or her attorney at trial, their deposition testimony was accepted instead.

Early Life and Education

He was a graduate of Indiana University with honors and licensed to practice law in Tennessee. As an advocate for small and medium-sized businesses in his community, he also proudly graduated East Hall High School’s class of 1985.

On 23 May 1701, he was found guilty of piracy and executed at Wapping Old Stairs, where his reputation as an unscrupulous pirate was greatly exaggerated in posthumous literary works and by character assassinations and rumor of a treasure that may still exist somewhere underground. Furthermore, drunk at his execution he made remarks which further damaged his image when swearing and making profane comments towards spectators at his execution which further stained it; also there have been claims that he buried buried buried treasure that may never been located.

Professional Career

Daniel Kidd went on to graduate with honors from Indiana University Law School and earn his law degree in 1996. Since then, he has been active with Knox County Bar Association, practicing both state and federal courts specializing in civil litigation cases related to creditor rights, debtor liability, insurance defense, bad faith claims management, product liability claims and premises liability cases.

On the May 26 episode of NXT, Kidd collaborated with David Hart Smith and Jack Swagger to defeat Tommy Dreamer and Christian in a 3-on-2 handicap match. Additionally, Kidd participated in a 20-man battle royal where he lost to Tyler Breeze and Sami Zayn.

Since leaving Chambers in 2010, Kidd has successfully established his own legal marketing consultancy, helping numerous law firms improve their rankings in legal directories. His firm now operates out of offices in London, Hong Kong and Dubai.

Achievement and Honors

Daniel Kidd is a Partner at DEMO, an architecture collaborative. With more than 12 years of design and construction experience under his belt, he has worked closely with Bjarke Ingels on numerous high-profile projects like the Smithsonian Museum, BIG U, Times Square Heart, King Street Toronto ISOM Business School and Chicago Navy Pier – just to name a few!

He serves as an adjunct faculty member at Columbia University GSAPP, teaching design studios to students under Florian Idenburg (SO-IL) and other prominent educators. Furthermore, he regularly assists top law firms with improving their ranking within legal directories such as Chambers, Legal 500 and IFLR1000.

John was a proud member of Clifton Forge Masonic Lodge No. 166 A.F. and A.M, as well as Kazim Shrine Club. Alice survives him along with their four sons — Randall, Timothy, Sharon, Deborah and Susan — plus 14 grandchildren.

Personal Life

Dan was deeply committed to his family and had an infectious smile that quickly put people at ease. His friends were always there when needed, including hunting. In his free time he enjoyed driving his 1964 Chevy Impala convertible around town and telling stories from his childhood and life experiences.

Dan was an active member of both Davison Knights of Columbus #4090 and Faithful Navigator Assembly #2359 as well as serving as an usher at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Davison for many years.

Dan is survived by his wife, Linda; daughters Melissa Owens and Angela Kidd; son Daniel Kidd; brother Tommy Kidd; grandchildren Justin Kidd and Kasey, Jordan Kidd Charity Tarah Hudson Dusty as well as Autumn and Elliott and a host of nieces and nephews as well as his faithful dog Cayce.

Net Worth

Kidd quickly made an impactful mark on the NBA after being selected second overall by the Dallas Mavericks in 1994 and became an instant success story, winning two Olympic gold medals with Team USA and being honored with induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

He won a title with Dallas before returning to Phoenix Suns and New Jersey Nets – where he won another NBA championship in 2011 – to retire and take over coaching duties of Brooklyn Nets the following season.

Natalya Neidhart of WWE Wrestling fame is his wife. Together they have three children. Additionally, they both serve various philanthropic causes. At age 78 he currently resides at 305 Provision Parkway in Brandon Mississippi for 22 years and estimates put his worth at $75 Million.

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