David Biggs explores the physical and ecological effects of war in Vietnam through aerial photography and GIS mapping. His book, Footprints of War: Militarized Landscapes of Vietnam (University of Washington Press, 2018), focuses on Hue, once imperial capital of Nguyen dynasty rule.
He currently resides in Hercules with his wife Cate and two sons Adrian and Dylan. Additionally, he works as a wealth manager at Evergreen Wealth Management in Frisco, Texas.
Early Life and Education
David Biggs was born on February 6, 1988 in West Covina, California to Alfred and Andrea Biggs. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of North Carolina as well as a doctorate in history from the University of Washington.
He was a longtime member of the Society for Creative Anachronism and an enthusiast in Western Martial Arts. His enthusiasm for swordplay and historic combat techniques earned him first prize at an SCA swordfight competition at their annual convention. Additionally, his involvement in helping establish sword rule over warfare – something no other organization had been able to accomplish, even including military forces – is noteworthy.
David Biggs has extensive professional experience, having held city manager posts in Carson, Tustin, and Morgan Hill. Additionally, he served as assistant city manager for Redondo Beach and other cities within California.
David Biggs has a long and distinguished career in municipal management. As a credentialed city manager, he holds a certificate in continuous improvement and quality management from the UC Santa Cruz extension program, and is an active member of both International City/County Management Association and Urban Land Institute. This expertise has allowed him to be successful in his new role as city manager of Orinda where he looks forward to working closely with residents to further the city’s objectives.
Achievements and Honors
David Biggs is an esteemed masonry expert who has made significant contributions to the industry throughout his career. He has pioneered new masonry technologies and evaluated and preserved existing masonry structures.
He has worked on projects throughout the world, such as Egypt, Czech Republic, Iraq, Turkey and Italy. Additionally, he has contributed to building code development initiatives in several countries.
He has received numerous accolades for his accomplishments, including the National Council of Masonry Association’s Champion Award and NCMA Education and Research Foundation Board of Trustees appointment. Furthermore, he was made an Honorary Member of the Masonic Society.
David Biggs was a deeply loving father, husband and son. His passions included his family and LSU football.
He lived a long and meaningful life. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, his passion was learning and teaching others.
In his free time, he loved to fish and collect fishing tackle. Additionally, he took pleasure in photography and Bible study.
David was born on May 11, 1970 in Nashville, Tennessee and passed away June 19th 2022. Survived by his wife Jessica Dillard Biggs.
David Biggs is an American actor and producer with a net worth of $8 million. He is best known for his role as professor Charlie Eppes on the television series Numb3rs.
He has also starred in several films such as Life with Mickey and Adams Family Values. Additionally, he has a diverse background that encompasses music and voice over work.
David Biggs was born on January 15 1903 in Kentucky to Butler Jones Biggs and April Mae Biggs.