Biographical Information on Daniel Garman
Daniel Garman is an engineer specializing in power distribution and electrical engineering. He brings vast experience to facilities power supply/distribution/emergency generation/load studies/calculations/lighting design projects.
Tri-Tech relies on his expertise in these areas to provide our clientele with excellent services. In addition, he frequently contributes articles and addresses conferences.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Garman was born and raised on a farm near Esmond, North Dakota. In 2007 he earned a Bachelor’s degree from Grand View State University before entering the grain industry as an employee before eventually joining Thomson and Stemmer as Sales Director.
He currently resides on Sycamore Street in Alexandria, Virginia with Jennifer Garman and Benjamin Garman as his close relatives. Additionally, he is well known for his involvement with the American Red Cross as a volunteer coach of Grand Valley State University baseball team.
He is survived by his wife, Martha Garman (Eisenzimmer), their three sons – Boyd & Colette, Darwin & Dawn, Todd & Kim as well as extended family and friends who can leave messages of condolence on his memorial page. He was an affectionate husband, father and grandfather and will always be fondly remembered by them all.
Garman was actively engaged with many local and regional organizations during his professional life. He was a longstanding member of the Lions Club and participated in multiple trips to Honduras with surgeons providing optical care services to those in need. Additionally, he was an active member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion.
Garman served as Cornell’s second goaltender during his inaugural year with the team and made two ECAC quarterfinal appearances – including an impressive performance against Dartmouth where he recorded 37 saves in three games!
He leaves behind his wife, Vycke; children John and Michelle Ellis of Port Huron, Tori Rhoades and Shawn Rhoades of Celina, Danielle Correll and McLean Correll from Pickerington; grandchildren; brothers Stephen Garman of Elizabethtown Kentucky and James Garman and Cheryl Garman from Holland Ohio as well as various nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Garman was an active participant in his community and engaged in various civic activities. He served on both the Jewell County Hospital Board and Burr Oak Cemetery Board; additionally he enjoyed flying as a hobby and held his pilot license.
He received numerous honors and awards for his efforts, such as the Purdue CS Outstanding Professor Award and University Faculty Excellence Awards which recognize faculty for their exceptional research, teaching, and service efforts.
He is survived by his wife, Vycke Winslow; son Robert Garman of Ellsworth County; daughters Angela and Erin Garman, of Sylvan Grove; granddaughters Kate Henrich and Cory Henrich as well as brother Stanley Garman from Kenmare and various nieces and nephews.
Garman spent much of his free time enjoying quality time with his family, watching sports and practicing taekwondo. Additionally, he enjoyed running regularly as well as working on projects around his house – an avid supporter of both the Kansas City Chiefs and Kansas State Wildcats teams.
Tri-Tech’s managing principals Bob Thomson and Mark Stemmer have every confidence that Garman will serve the company well as president.
Christine Garman of EHT was his wife for 25 years; they share two daughters and three sons (including Daniel Garman Jr. of EHT); four grandchildren are surviving as well as numerous friends and family members who mourn his passing. A memorial service will take place Saturday at Mainland Baptist Church in Galloway.
Garman amassed his fortune through successful business endeavors and politics; additionally he is well known for his charitable works.
Garman was born in Pennsylvania, United States. He had two brothers: John M Garman and Ira W Garman.
Daniel Rothrock Garman married Margaret “Maggie” Barrett Garman (born Barrett) on month day 1867 in Ohio and they had two daughters: Kathryn Mary Showalter and Lena L. Gorman. Maggie died on month day 1919 in Pennsylvania United States while Daniel Rothrock Garman is survived by his wife Mary Roose-Garman and five grandchildren who remain buried there as well as owning a ranch and building the Garman Building downtown Pittsburg PA.