Dave Knecht Homes can assist you with all your residential or commercial construction needs, from building a new home to renovating an old one. His team of highly qualified, experienced, and educated individuals are dedicated to delivering superior workmanship for all types of projects – big or small!
Early Life and Education
In the 20th century, much attention was paid to children’s development during their first three years of life. But this process is cumulative and, as John Bruer has pointed out, we should take into account all stages of a child’s growth.
Many educators have advocated that children should be allowed to learn at their own pace rather than being pushed into academics or extracurricular activities. This concept was popularized in Friedrich Froebel’s Kindergarten Program and Maria Montessori’s early childhood education program.
David Knecht, an English teacher at Seneca High School in the Lenape District of Burlington County, was named both Lenape District and Burlington County Teachers of the Year for 2014-15 school year. This recognition was an incredible honor for him.
A well-trained teacher not only makes their lessons enjoyable, but the most successful ones inspire their students to achieve more. David Knecht, an English teacher at Seneca High School in Rochester, does just that.
Over his tenure at the school, he’s earned numerous accolades, such as being named Burlington County’s Teacher of the Year for 2014 and Lenape District Teacher of the Year on three separate occasions.
Professor Knecht is an esteemed researcher in microscopic cellular imaging and computational assessments of cell movement. He serves as a model mentor to his graduate students, inspiring them to have a “gritty mindset” that advances scientific understanding. His Marth Award recognition, an esteemed recognition for UConn faculty members, serves as further confirmation of his dedication to excellence both in research and education.
Achievements and Honors
David Knecht has received numerous honors and awards throughout his life. These achievements are a tribute to his ambition, hard work, and perseverance.
He was a member of the Masonic Fraternity and worked at Knecht’s Garage in Trumbull for four decades. Additionally, he served his community by working as a security guard at Masuk High School in Monroe, CT.
His interests include snow skiing and fishing. Most importantly, he loves spending time with his family and grandchildren.
He is actively involved with the American Automobile Club and recently completed a gold-level restoration on his Shelby American automobile.
David Knecht’s passion for service and love of family guided his career as a police officer. He served in three California jurisdictions, investigating thousands of cases from theft to homicides with dedication.
He then pursued a legal career, specializing in family law, wills and trusts, probate administration and trust administration. Furthermore, he works with business owners to enhance cash flow and profitability through sophisticated tax strategies.
David Knecht’s legal practice often involves working with families to rectify neglected title records, enabling them to claim equity in their homes. Additionally, he assists individuals in resolving lengthy probate cases by providing guidance throughout the procedure.
David Knecht has an estimated net worth of $325-499K. His specialty lies in helping business owners increase their cash flow and profitability through innovative tax strategies.
In their lawsuit against Northridge, the Puntillos claim that David Knecht and his wife Karen Knecht (collectively known as “Knechts”) transferred substantial assets of Northridge to another Illinois-based entity, Dave Knecht Homes (“Knecht Homes”). According to them, Knechts also transferred Northridge’s goodwill, business methods/know-how, contacts/intellectual property/corporate opportunities/experienced employees).
The Puntillos contend that Knechts used their control of Northridge to pay personal expenses and avoid judgment. Documents and forensic analysis demonstrate the Knechts exercised managerial authority over Northridge, making payments for federal and state income taxes, landscaping for their personal residences, personal life insurance premiums, attorney’s fees, as well as a $167,274 payment to a title company to refinance their home in Hinsdale.