EB-5 Developer Profile – Daniel Lundy
Daniel Lundy is a partner at Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP where he leads their EB-5 Developer and Regional Center practice. Daniel has experience working closely with securities lawyers, economists, business plan writers to structure development deals to comply with EB-5 requirements.
He currently resides in Hopkinton, Massachusetts with his wife and two children, where he enjoys golf and writing.
Early Life and Education
Danny Lundy was a devout family man. He leaves behind his wife Hope; parents Rich and Mary Kay; brother Jason Lundy; grandma Lois Lundy; aunts and uncles Ron (Jane Pye) Lundy, Christa Lundy, Wendell Welsch, Ellen (Keith Bersebach) Welsch Elizabeth Morrison Richard Welsch Holly Welsch Megan Racevskis Richard (Holly Welsch ) Richard Welsch Richard (Holly Welsch), Megan (Andrew Racevskis), Megan (Andrew Racevskis), Jack Welsch; cousins Kayla Jessica Logan Brooke Colleen Morgan Kelly Erin Matthew Conor Killian Sofia
He earned two varsity letters while maintaining an exceptional academic standing during high school at both Daytona Beach Mainland High School and UC-Miami; later becoming a member of National Honor Society and enjoying spending time with family.
Daniel Lundy has over three decades of experience working as a sales executive within the information technology industry. After starting as an accountant, Daniel realized his interpersonal and communication skills made him ideal for sales; consequently he made the switch into sales.
Lundy graduated from Mainland High School in Daytona Beach with seven varsity letters in two sports (four in soccer and three in football). Following that experience he went on to play as a walk-on placekicker for University of Miami over The Citadel, Army, Arizona State and Washington State.
He specializes in the areas of EB-5 Developer and Regional Center Practice and Compliance for both individuals and corporations, having successfully helped clients raise over $2 billion through both direct investments in projects as well as via regional centers approved by USCIS.
Achievement and Honors
At Mainland, Lundy received seven varsity letters (four in soccer and three in football), kicked the longest field goal ever seen at school and placed second on the state all-time list of punters.
Since 1994, he was also head golf coach of Manchester College in Indiana where his women’s team won multiple HCAC and NCAA Division III tournament titles, earning automatic invitations into tournaments each season. During his tenure he was twice honored as the HCAC Women’s Coach of the Year.
Danny will be missed by his parents, Rich and Mary Kay Lundy; brother Jason Lundy; grandmother Lois Lundy; aunts and uncles Ron (Jane Pye) Lundy, Christa Lundy, Wendell Welsch, Ellen Welsch Megan Racevskis Richard Welsch Jack Welsch as well as numerous extended family members and friends.
Daniel P Lundy is an ideal American who takes great pleasure in spending his free time with family and friends. An active supporter of his local community, he works tirelessly to achieve financial independence. Additionally, Daniel’s passion lies within technology and people.
He is an experienced sales executive with more than three decades in the software industry, holding membership with numerous publishing trade organizations as well as having served as marketing manager of academic books for various publishers like Oxford University Press and Penguin.
He lives in Hopkinton, Massachusetts with his wife and three children, enjoying playing golf and writing in his free time. Additionally, he has embarked on various entrepreneurial ventures and awaits its success.
Daniel P Lundy possesses an admiration of creative thinking and problem solving, which he has put to use with several startup business ventures and written numerous movie scripts inspired by either his personal experiences or those of those close to him.
He resides with his family in a Boston-area suburb and enjoys golfing and skiing as hobbies in his free time. It is estimated that he has amassed an estimated net worth of over $2 Million.
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