Daniel Olinger

Daniel Olinger

Daniel Olinger of Great Falls, Montana was an accomplished first baseman who played for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball team. After graduating CMR Russell High School in 2009 he started working at Odegaard Miller Injury Lawyers of Billings where his focus is personal injury and insurance litigation.

Dan is an associate at our firm and currently resides in Billings, Montana with his fiance Tayler and their dog Gordie.

Early Life and Education

Daniel Olinger was born and educated in Lee County, Virginia before enrolling at Virginia Military Institute at 18 years of age. Later he went on to study medicine before serving in the U.S. Army as a neuropsychiatrist.

He was an ardent family man who loved his wife, children, and grandchildren deeply. Additionally, he took great pride in serving as a law enforcement officer. Additionally, he enjoyed learning American history as well as enjoying outdoor pursuits.

He initially worked odd jobs while attending school before deciding to pursue a legal career and attend the University of Montana School of Law, graduating as an attorney with honors in 2006. Since graduating he has clerked at two well-established civil litigation firms in Missoula before eventually joining a private firm as partner in Great Falls where he is also actively involved with his Orthodox Presbyterian Church and has published multiple books including A Geerhardus Vos Anthology.

Professional Career

Professional planner for two state capitals, he specializes in urban redevelopment and redevelopment, transit-oriented development and zoning code reform. With great passion he enjoys building great neighborhoods by strengthening commercial corridors, engaging open spaces and realizing city potential.

Has one of the highest shooting floors in the draft thanks to his height, above-average athleticism and consistent effort level. A reliable three point shooter who can hit shots off pin-downs, ball screens and handoffs as well as off the dribble.

Remarks: An outstanding passer off of the dribble with great vision and a go-to move of throwing no-look shovel passes to big men or cutters under. Not the most fluid defender but still competes hard and can get into passing lanes; unfortunately not an efficient finisher around the rim or in traffic.

Achievement and Honors

Larry Olinger was honored for his dedication to Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians as Vice Chairman. Throughout the service, his legacy will live on. His wisdom and knowledge of business were an invaluable asset to the tribe; his love for mariachi music and tennis also played an essential role. Larry Olinger is remembered fondly by many young tribal members such as Reid Milanovich.

Danny Olinger explores Geerhardus Vos’ theological contributions in his book Geerhardus Vos: Reformed Biblical Theologian. Additionally, he addresses Vos’ impact on both Orthodox Presbyterian and Confessional Presbyterian congregations as well as on television appearances. Danny Olinger is also author of other books and has made multiple television appearances.

Personal Life

Sheff Daniel Olinger was a man of deep faith. He held firm to his belief in Jesus as Savior, confident of an afterlife experience. He treasured family and friends dearly while being generous with both time and resources.

He spent several years practicing civil litigation before moving to Montana to follow his passion of advocating for those on the margins of society. Now practicing at Odegaard Miller Injury Lawyers of Billings.

He leaves behind his wife, Yvonne, and daughters; as well as Wilson Durdin (his step-grandson). Wilson Durdin brings great joy into their lives. Wilson Durdin finds great pleasure hunting and fishing with Gordie (his yellow Lab), helping out at Tayler’s family ranch near Kittanning; also serving on American Bar Association committees and Montana Trial Lawyers Association panels.

Net Worth

Dan was an outstanding father and husband throughout his life. He relished all that life offered, never holding back on what he believed in or speaking out when necessary. While strong-willed, he also was full of kindness.

He is survived by his wife Dorothy and children Daniel Olinger of Tecumseh, Michigan; Dana (John) Williams from Lawrenceville, Georgia and Eric Olinger of Granger, Indiana as well as stepchildren Stacy Sowders Smith and Chuck Sowders Jr and six grandchildren.

Thomas S Olinger has traded 123 units of Prologis Inc stock during the past 13 years, according to SEC Form 4 filings. He amassed a net worth of $17.5 Million as of May 25 2023. Additionally, as Chief Financial Officer he earned an annual salary of $10.993,900.

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