David was added to the Tamar Fink team in 2017 as a Case Manager and has since expanded his responsibilities to become the Director of Case Management. In his role he manages and reviews assignments for the entire Case Management team. Some of these duties include preparing client proposals, coordinating requirements between clients and the insurance companies, as well as the executing the placement and delivery of policies. David maintains his resident producer license in the State of Minnesota for Life, Accident and Health.
David graduated from the University of St. Thomas (MN) in May of 2016, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance from the Opus College of Business. Immediately after graduation, he pursued a career in commercial real estate brokerage for a firm in the Minneapolis market. As an Associate Advisor, he focused on distressed or long-term assets such as land, hotels, and full-service resorts.
Maintaining a great balance in life is important in David’s life. This is done by spending time with friends and family, lounging out near a body of water, and traveling whenever possible. Golf is a passion as well, having competed in events at the junior, collegiate & amateur levels.
Volunteering is a value both personally and for Tamar Fink. David currently supports organizations such as Homeward Bound and the Gunnar Project. In addition, he is also involved with Droolin Moose, a Minnesota based gourmet chocolate shop.
David currently lives in in the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis.
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