David Baima has been an important member of the law enforcement community for over three decades. As a highly-regarded police officer, he has held several key positions with the Massachusetts State Police.
He has been embroiled in numerous disputes, such as a civil suit filed against him by Charlotte Rosenfeld, an ex-Millis patrolman who accused him of domestic abuse.
Early Life and Education
David Baima’s early years were filled with family, church and school commitments. A dedicated student, he excelled in sports and music – eventually earning a bachelor’s degree in history from Seattle Pacific College.
He served as youth/associate pastor at First Baptist Church of Marysville in Washington State, where he also enjoyed teaching Sunday school and leading their Youth for Christ Club.
He was an accomplished dentist who earned his doctorate in dental surgery. Afterward, he pursued advanced training in periodontics and prosthodontics, becoming the first person to hold American Board Certifications in both fields. Outside of dentistry, Dr. Singh served as a volunteer with his local fire department and worked as a union pipe fitter.
David baima has over 25 years of expertise in valuing intellectual property, from licensing and mergers and acquisitions to technology management and commercialization. He is a frequent speaker and author on topics related to intellectual property damages determination, damages discovery and trial presentation, intangible asset valuation, as well as intellectual property licensing.
He was the son of David Baima, Sr. and Chris (Dave Gossar) Baima; he is survived by his parents as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Arthur and Mary Anderson and paternal grandparents William and Bernadine Baima;
Baima and Rosenfeld had a professional relationship for ten years after the 1987 hearings, but events eventually caused a rift between them. Ultimately, Baima denied Rosenfeld his license-to-carry renewal application without receiving any credible evidence of domestic abuse against him.
Achievements and Honors
Baima has been an impressive performer for the University of Northern Iowa, with his most noteworthy accomplishment being winning the 165-pound title at the 43rd Annual Midlands Wrestling Championships in Evanston, Illinois. This title is just another in a long list of accolades for the Glen Ellyn, Ill. native and marks an important victory for UNI’s wrestling program.
Other notable achievements include being part of the college’s varsity tennis team, winning its mascot award and earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baylor University. He is now Director of Event Management & Facilities at Baylor, overseeing their Allison Indoor Football Practice Facility, Simpson Academic & Athletic Center and The BANC. Previously he had served as Sports Information Director as well.
David Baima was one of The Citadel’s all-time great wide receivers, earning him the title as Southern Conference Athlete of the Year in 1972 and ranking third all time in touchdowns, receiving yards and receptions during his two years at the school.
Baima was an enthusiastic Pittsburgh Steelers fan and attended several games as a fan. Additionally, he volunteered at their training facility, helping train future players.
On April 1998, Egy confronted Baima with allegations of domestic abuse made by Charlotte Rosenfeld, the wife of his fellow officer. He presented Baima with a report he had prepared and a photograph showing Charlotte with a bruise on her face.