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Rugg and De Gonza worked together to fake an auto accident and obtain insurance proceeds by submitting false wage verification statements and stubs in support of their claims for injuries and lost earnings.
Early Life and Education
Early in his life, he participated in various sports and activities. Attending Edmonson Elementary, John Page Middle School and Lamphere High School where he excelled academically while receiving numerous athletic scholarships, he excelled.
He was charged by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation with feeding deer in Mattituck and hunting there without first receiving permission from landowner. Additionally, a ticket was issued against him for hunting without first informing landowner.
Daniel Lamphere is survived by his wife Debbie, children Jonathan and Diana Lamphere-John, son Jeremy Lamphere-John, brothers William and Fred, Kathy Panula (John Panula) Panula as well as his beloved dog Shakira and extended family members. Daniel Lamphere was preceeded in death by his parents Ruth and William as well as adoptive mother Peggy Smith; and was an active member of First Lutheran Church Hibbing Minnesota.
Daniel Lamphere has been creating sculpture for over five decades. In that time he has produced over 60 major public pieces including the 50-foot Dignity of Earth and Sky monument along the Missouri River in Chamberlain and 300-foot Arc of Dreams over the Big Sioux River in South Dakota. His works range from classic cast bronze figurative sculpture to monumental stainless steel fabrication sculpture incorporating design, fabrication and engineering disciplines.
He was also previously appointed to the New York state parole board and serves on its board of directors, while also exhibiting his works at numerous art shows and galleries; many private collections contain his sculptures.
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Achievement and Honors
Daniel Lamphere received his bachelor’s degree in public administration and criminal justice from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. He earned four consecutive Chancellor’s List honors as well as an internship opportunity with Chatham County Sheriff’s Office – something he hopes to do one day as part of his law enforcement career goals.
While studying socioeconomic demographics at Maynor Honors College, he enjoyed understanding their effect on crime rates as well as appreciating its Socratic seminar style of many of his professors.
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Daniel Lamphere leaves behind his loving wife of 47 years, Debbie; two children Jonathan and Diana Lamphere; siblings William Lamphere Jr. and Karen (Fran) Panula as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members who will cherish his memories; however he was predeceased by Ruth and William Lamphere and Chico the dog he so dearly adored.
Daniel was an active volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul Place’s food pantry in Mattituck, working tirelessly to aid those in need. Additionally, he served on the Long Island Council of Charities Board of Directors and belonged to First Lutheran Church Hibbing as well as American Legion Post 447; additionally he belonged to Fairview Range Rod and Gun Club where he enjoyed hunting and fishing as well as spending time with his friends and family. Daniel will always be greatly missed.
Daniel Lamphere was an esteemed businessperson in Hibbing. As the president of Innovative Applications Corporation, which specialized in energy efficient home construction with lower utility bills and longer lifespan than conventional buildings. Daniel was also an enthusiastic proponent of green technologies and passionate about protecting the environment.
His beloved family includes Debbie, his children, grandchildren and beloved canines. William was predeceased by both of his parents William and Ruth as well as adoptive mother Peggy Smith.
Gilbert H Lamphere has made two trades totalling $5,360,703 worth of CSX stock over the past 15 years that totalled $5.360,703, according to Form 4 filings with the SEC. GuruFocus will track both his ownership and trading activity on this stock.