Daniel Strom (Arborist)
Daniel Strom is the Local Manager & Arborist Representative in Waltham, MA for Bartlett Tree Experts, providing tailored tree care solutions to clients to enhance the landscapes they are responsible for maintaining.
He spends much of his time as a JTAC conducting humanitarian missions with Army units, such as air strike control or providing advice during engagements.
Early Life and Education
The biblical book of Daniel tells the tale of an upright character who endures persecution for their beliefs, exhorting its readers to persevere despite hardship and stressing that an oppressive regime will ultimately give way to one that is just and just regime will ultimately triumph over oppressive regimes. Due to its apocalyptic perspective, many scholars no longer associate Daniel’s tale with Babylonian Exile (6th century bc).
Margot Stern Strom was a Holocaust educator known for her use of her experiences growing up Jewish in Jim Crow America to develop one of the nation’s most successful educational programs, Facing History & Ourselves, that trained thousands of teachers while inviting Holocaust survivors to share their personal narratives in classrooms across America. Additionally, her non-profit also created an expansive curriculum taught across schools worldwide. On March 28, Margot died at 81.
Daniel Strom founded his company to make watches that would appeal to individuals who live their life with passion and seize every moment – to live each moment fully – Carpe Diem! Every Daniel Strom model stands as a unique time meter combining dynamic design with Swiss precision.
He is also an accomplished musician, teaching band in schools and hosting saxophone clinics around the Bay Area. Additionally, he plays both with her own ensemble as well as multiple bands.
Strom prefers to keep his personal and romantic affairs private, opting to remain single while having amassed an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million, most of which was earned as a Hockey Player. At 39 years old he stands 5ft 8in tall with weight of 115 lbs as well as having dark locks and eyes.
Achievement and Honors
Dan Strom has spearheaded scientific investigations on several NASA missions. As the lead investigator of Magnetosphere Multiscale mission’s flagship four-spacecraft Magnetosphere Multiscale mission and with major findings, such as providing the community with two solar cycle baseline for radiation belts and showing how an extreme coronal mass ejection could trigger a Maunder Minimum, Dan has published many notable findings and scientific works.
Magnetosphere and Radiation Belt Explorer (MAREBE) mission, led by him. They discovered magnetic reconnection, leading to a new theory about how Sun-like stars generate magnetic fields.
Strom graduated as a distinguished graduate of McChord’s Airman Leadership School and received numerous military honors and awards, such as numerous military medals and recognitions. Additionally, he helped form the Charleston Air Force Base Alumni Association and founded The Daniel Strom Foundation which awards scholarships to college students from South Carolina.
Strom remains private about his personal life and does not disclose information regarding any relationships that may exist between himself and other individuals. He has one child named Connor; additionally, he works as a writer for Thomas & Friends.
Daniel left his parents at twelve and joined a monastery. While there he met St Simeon the Stylite who inspired him to follow in his footsteps and join.
Strom’s watches are designed for stylish individuals who live life to its fullest, and don’t settle for less. Their watches embody the philosophy of Memento Mori, Carpe Diem! Their dials of the Agonium Collection contain subtle reminders that time passes quickly.
Daniel Strom’s total net worth remains unknown; however, we can make estimates based on various sources of his salary and income.
He has produced five award-winning documentary films since 1981: At the Crossroads, The Last Klezmer, Carpati, and Letter to Wedgewood. Additionally, he has conducted extensive field research among Jewish and Romani communities throughout Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
Strom’s work uses the watch as an avenue to express our most intimate thoughts, representing them with exquisite watches that feature unexpected materials and approaches. His fascination for unexpected materials allows him to try different approaches in creating truly original pieces such as Agonium; which features themes that play on mortality and power; it inspired Angelus; an exquisite series of watches depicting an elusive dragon.