David Rowlett

David Rowlett

David Rowlett is an occupational and environmental medicine doctor with experience as a practitioner in industry, government agencies and multispecialty group practices.

Dr. Daniel Aschoff is board-certified in occupational medicine and a fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, holding both degrees. Additionally, he holds a doctorate in Preventive Medicine.

Early Life and Education

David Rowlett was born February 29th 1952 in Terre Haute Indiana and spent most of his life living and working there in distribution industry for many years, serving in Navy. Additionally he enjoyed golf, playing cards and reading as hobbies in his free time – while attending Rivergate Church of Christ as member. On April 15th 2014 due to melanoma he passed away peacefully.

On Thursday, January 30, 2014 at Callahan & Hughes Funeral Home there will be a memorial service held to remember David Rowlett. Donations in his name to IU Simon Cancer Center would be appreciated as one way of remembering him best. Share your memories of David with those closest to you by attending his memorial service or sharing stories about him with those who knew and loved him best.

Professional Career

Rowlett is an accomplished defenseman for the Chaos LC of the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL). Drafted seventh overall by them and having played his entire career together since, he earned two PLL Defensive Player of the Year Finalist status while leading them to win their PLL Championship title in 2021. In addition, Rowlett serves as part of United States Men’s National Lacrosse Team.

As an occupational and environmental medicine physician, Dr. Rowlett has worked in industry, government, multispecialty group practices and academic medicine settings. Currently serving as associate professor of occupational health sciences at UTHSCT Tyler, prior to this appointment he held positions including designated occupational medical director/site occupational medical director at Pantex in Amarillo before joining UTHSCT Tyler.

Achievement and Honors

Rowlett was renowned cryptanalyst and one of four founders who established the Signal Intelligence Service in 1930. His greatest feat was engineering Sigaba – an encryption machine which kept American communications secure during World War II.

He was an esteemed member of the National Security Agency, an agency dedicated to creating and breaking codes to secure national communications. From 1958 until 1965 he held the special assistant director position and throughout his career he held commandantship at National Cryptologic School.

Rowlett recently earned the distinction of Tree City USA status from the National Arbor Day Foundation, an honor well-deserved.

Personal Life

David Rowlett is an experienced psychiatrist dedicated to treating all forms of psychological illness and mental health conditions, from depression and eating disorders to bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

He holds a degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and is licensed to practice in Washington state.

He possesses a strong commitment to his family and is always willing to do what’s best for them. A proud veteran of the United States Navy, he’s also an attentive husband, father, brother and friend as well as being active and committed member of his church community.

Net Worth

David Rowlett is an associate portfolio manager at T. Rowe Price with an estimated net worth of over $47 Million dollars and has been with the firm since 2008.

He currently resides at 10413 Wentworth Dr in Rowlett, TX 75089 and boasts 11 years of investment experience.

As an investor, he holds 107,119 units of Carnival plc stock that was sold for $1,186,879 on 21 February 2023 and other stocks that have appreciated in value over time. Furthermore, he is an active trader having made 54 trades on CUK stock since 2008. In addition to these assets he earns an annual salary of $3772,420 working at Carnival and holds both CFA(r) and Chartered Financial Analyst(r) credentials – check out his full stock history on this page!

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