The Life of Daniel Swope
Daniel Swope was an individual with multiple interests and talents. An avid hunter and fisherman who loved nature, Daniel always took pleasure in helping those in need; never meeting one who did not deserve help and generous with both time and resources.
He was an exceptional family man who always put his children first. He leaves behind both parents and children as survivors.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Swope was an enthusiastic sportsman and enjoyed spending time with family. Always true to his word and willing to assist those in need, Daniel enjoyed cooking for those less fortunate than himself by delivering meals directly.
As a member of St Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church, he would sing at Mass until his passing. His love for his children was unconditional.
Millersville University and later Kentucky State University offered engineering degrees; after graduating he decided to switch fields and enter teaching. At first teaching Lawson Elementary on Chicago’s west side before becoming an after-school youth group worker at Henry Horner Boys and Girls Club according to family reports.
Once he graduated college, Dan Swope embarked on his legal career. He worked for Swope, Rodante P.A. of Hellam, Pennsylvania and was an active member of both York County Bar Association and Historic Wrightsville’s Board.
His legal career was not without controversy; however. He represented an same-sex couple seeking to adopt in Pennsylvania.
Swope impressed scouts with his impressive combine and pro day performances at both events. While his athleticism might not always show on film, nor does he possess elite breakaway speed; nevertheless he possesses reliable hands with strong route running, as evidenced by this catch against Mississippi State. As such he will likely be selected in the second round.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel excels both academically and athletically. He holds an outstanding GPA while volunteering his time at tutoring centers, Key Club meetings and Teen Bible Quiz Church competitions.
He has also shown his dedication to giving back to the community as the co-founder of Student Alliance for Public Schools, working with students at four Hillsborough high schools to increase graduation rates. Through research he has identified barriers to student success as well as appropriate support to overcome them.
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Swope had an immense love of family and friends. He is the proud father of five children – including adopted daughter Alexis who works in Tulsa as a lawyer – as well as being fond of good music, food and an ice cold bottle of Crown Royal.
He served on both the York City Fire Commission and Historic Wrightsville boards of directors; was president of Historic Wrightsville; long-term board member at Heritage Valley Federal Credit Union; worked to empower youth as mentor at Henry Horner Boys and Girls Club in Chicago; later joined BUILD to be mentor, tutor, consultant. Also taught gang history course at Loyola University Chicago as well as delivered various lectures across the country on this topic.
Swope’s net worth has been estimated to be approximately $1,687,015. His stock trading activities and investments account for roughly one-third of that sum; in addition, he owns an estate valued at nearly $3 Million.
Former Nebraska quarterback Matt Leinart owns several business interests, such as a car dealership and real estate company. Furthermore, his charitable foundation supports youth sports and education initiatives.
Swope’s family is immensely appreciative of all he contributed to society and he will be greatly missed. A memorial service will take place Friday, May 26 at Bustard and Jacoby Funeral Home Reception Center and all are invited to pay their respects; additionally a vigil will take place the day before to share memories of Daniel Swope with family, friends and colleagues.