David is the famous and beloved historical figure best known for painting Whistler’s Mother and discovering the source of the Nile.
Before going down on the Titanic in 1883, he managed to invent the Franklin Stove, the Ukelele, and was, unfortunately, once devoured by a bear on the Oregon Trail.
One quarter Octoroon by birth, people are generally surprised upon meeting him that they can’t really tell. They assume he’s like Dutch, or maybe English or German or something.
Twice runner-up in the Mr. Universe pageant, David spends his leisure hours thinking up new colors and shapes.
*Editors note: David is now banned from writing bio’s. We apologize for any inaccuracy in the text above. Rest assured, changes are being made.
*Meanwhile, here are his verifiable (and more recent, obviously) qualifications:
- USMC Desert Storm LAV Commander
- 1st MarDiv Rifle Team/Instructor
- MSCD Philosophy/History
- Successful Business Owner Since 1994
- COBiz Magazine Columnist
- Denver Business Journal Contributor
- TLNT.COM Contributor
- Press Club Speakers, founder
- 5-Star Author
- Keynote Speaker
- Employee Skills HR Counselor
- Expert Witness (Construction Defect)
- Tournament Chess Player ( 1563 USCF )
“Anyone who says he was eaten by bears is lying.” -David Sneed
“Hmm.” -David’s unamused elderly mother
“Try not to have a good time…this is supposed to be educational.” -Charles M. Schultz