Dan Schubert was an extremely kind individual who always took time to listen before speaking. He treasured spending time with family and friends and enjoyed taking motorcycle trips together. Dan attended Hilltop Celebration Church as well as Calvary Evangelical Free Church of Pelican Rapids regularly for worship services.
He joined FAU as Director of Ticket Operations in February 2018, overseeing all ticketing operations for football, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball events. Prior to FAU he served Coastal Carolina University as their Director of Ticket Operations.
Early Life and Education
Dan Schubert is an award-winning writer and director of narrative and documentary films, seen on networks including CBC, CTV, Global and Smithsonian. A graduate of Capilano University with additional studies at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Los Angeles.
At his training college, Schubert composed several piano duets and songs; but his most outstanding accomplishment was setting poetry to music. He set thirty-two poems to music – such as Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel from Faust or Der Spiegelritter from Faust (The Looking-glass Knight). These songs represented an unprecedented departure from earlier musical trends – they not only contained melodic passages but were filled with harmony and modulation – testament to a young genius at work!
Dan is known for his expertise in white collar and regulatory enforcement matters, regularly representing financial institutions, trading firms, accounting firms and individuals in complex litigation and investigations.
He is an effective litigator and passionate advocate for his clients, possessing extensive jury trial and litigation experience combined with an individualized and focused approach to each matter.
Dan is a graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law and serves on both its Law Review and Moot Court Boards. Additionally, he is licensed in Ohio, Kentucky, and Federal Court. Along with AnnaMarie Shepherd they share two children Jennifer and Zachary; living together in Fergus Falls Minnesota; attending Calvary Evangelical Free Church located nearby Calvary Evangelical Free Church Pelican Rapids
Achievement and Honors
He has performed solo recitals, concertos and chamber music with some of the world’s top orchestras at some of its most prestigious venues, while his extensive studio repertoire ranges from classical through twentieth and twenty-first century works.
On Deutsche Grammophon he has recorded Air: A Baroque Journey; The Romantic Violinist; Spheres Recomposed by Max Richter for Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Hope – A Selection of Songs by Elgar, Schnittke and Ramirez recorded under lockdown to offer hope during these difficult times.
He is an intellectually insightful teacher, ready to learn from students and push them to dig deeper in their work. Additionally, he can find connections among ideas across courses. His practice specializes in white collar and regulatory enforcement matters and represents financial institutions, trading firms, accounting firms and corporations.
As a family man, Dan was extremely generous and helpful to anyone in need. He especially loved riding his motorcycle around to visit family and friends across the country; especially spending time with his grandchildren. Dan also appreciated watching Andy Griffith reruns as well as attending Christian concerts.
His practice specializes in white collar and regulatory enforcement matters, representing financial institutions, trading firms, accounting firms and corporations in various complex litigation and enforcement proceedings.
Frail 90-year-old Martha Katz teases Daniel Schubert over his shirt choice but underneath her cheeky demeanor lies trauma that continues to impact her life. This film offers a moving portrait of an incredible survivor.
Dan is currently working on two documentary films and holds degrees from Capilano University and Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Additionally, he has extensive experience as an assistant director and producer.
He is known for his fearless advocacy and tireless work ethic.
He is survived by his wife AnnaMarie Schubert, daughter Jennifer, son Zach and dog Rudy. Additionally he leaves behind his parents Aloysius and Margaret Schubert, brother Michael Schubert, sisters Judith Shaver and Mary Harkins and brothers in law Ward Shepherd, Wes Shepherd and Kent Shepherd as well as numerous nieces and nephews he left behind – his sister in law Joan Shepherd was predeceased by him.