Early Life and Education
David Knopping was born and raised in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He attended Boston College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School to earn his law degree before working at an established firm as well as becoming active within his local community. Knopping was president of Ardwood Civic Association as well as serving on its Board. Additionally he provided volunteer services at Kaiserman Branch of Jewish Community Centers as well as Martin’s Run Retirement Community.
Knopping was a prominent volunteer who served in leadership capacities with many local organizations, such as Ardwood Civic Association, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Kaiserman Branch of Jewish Community Centers as well as chairing Green Valley Country Club and being on Martin’s Run Retirement Community’s board of directors. Furthermore he taught federal tax procedures at Rutgers School of Law-Camden where he lectured frequently.