Dan was deeply connected with both his family and friends, as well as cherishing Daisy Mae as his daily companion and therapy dog.
On Jan. 6, he shared an image on social media showing himself inside the Capitol building with an American flag draped over his shoulder. Police attempted to move him and other rioters off of North Terrace but were met with resistance, leading them to repeatedly assault them before giving up and withdrawing from North Terrace altogether.
Early Life and Education
Dan Phipps was born to Captain H.H. and Melba Phipps of Springer, Oklahoma and raised on a farm. After graduating Lincoln High School he joined the military, before later working for TruGreen for over 4 years as an installer.
Social media images and videos indicate that Phipps was present at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and was wearing an American flag over his shoulder, when asked by police to leave, he refused and even assaulted officers.
Phipps also composed music for Cutting Edge/Marv Films’ thriller feature Harry Brown and Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock. Additionally, he composed Hurndall for Talkback Thames as well as Wallander for Yellow Bird/Left Bank Pictures, receiving a BAFTA Craft Award nomination in the process.
Beginning his career in financial services at Forte Payment Systems and Palm Desert National Bank, he later co-founded Tursus Software with a primary responsibility of expanding their ACH product.
His current position at Georgetown is Associate Head Coach for men’s lacrosse team since 2021 and in this timeframe has overseen record-setting offensive performances, producing nine All-Americans and multiple Georgetown records during his time.
Phipps is also an accomplished artist, maintaining studios both in Middleburg, Virginia and New York City. His artwork has been shown at Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and Gallery 1608 in West Palm Beach, Florida – winning various awards and prizes along the way.
Achievement and Honors
Phipps earned two NWCA All-Academic team selections and three EIWA placewinner awards during his Bucknell career, compiling a 99-46 record and placing 19th at the NCAA Championships, defeating both top and fourth seeds along the way.
Profession Film Composer/Co-Writer. He composed music for multiple films and TV shows, such as UK thriller Harry Brown by Cutting Edge & Marv Films; Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock; as well as numerous others.
Phipps leaves behind his wife Cathy; children Miranda and Jake Phipps of Andover, MN; stepchildren Samantha Kriesel (Mike Martin) and Lincoln Remer (Naomi Kamleiter) of Excelsior, MN as well as special little grandbabies Harrison, Levi, and Brogan; in addition to sister Penny Powhattan from Talequah.
Daniel Phipps has been with Gelia for nine years. Prior to that he worked as a consultant in advertising. Daniel holds a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University.
Phipps reported hearing one gunshot and then several from behind the Circle K, with bullets landing near his SUV’s front end. He believed they were targeted toward him personally.
He leaves behind his beloved wife Jean; children Miranda, Jake and Jenna of Andover; step-children Samantha Kriesel and Lincoln Remer of Minnesota; brother-in-laws Tim (Brenda) Johns of Crowley Texas and Steve Johns (Erin) of Denver CO, sister-in-law Robin Belfrey from Plymouth as well as Lindsey (Ryan) Tanke of Minnetrista Minnesota as well as seven grandchildren – not forgetting his beloved golden retriever Daisy Mae!
Dan Phipps is well-known both as a stockbroker and horse breeder. He is well known for producing many winning horses such as Buckpasser, Personal Ensign and Easy Goer which have won multiple Eclipse Awards as both owners and breeders.
He always finds time for others, making him a valuable member of Gelia and boasting an estimated net worth of $650 Million.
Over the past 18 months, Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc has not engaged in any insider trading activities. He currently owns 69,716 shares of this stock; having been part of the company for nine years and remaining an asset; while shares have gained over 12 percent annually.