Dan Witham is a Branch Manager and Registered Principal with LPL Financial. A graduate of Miami University, member of MENSA and the International High IQ Society, he has over 23 years experience in the securities industry. Formerly an Associate Vice President with Morgan Stanley, Dan knows his way around Wall Street. He has taught classes for numerous law enforcement agencies around the country, including The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), Tulsa Police Department and Lawton Police Department.
Dan has devoted the last 20 years of his free time to our city. Dan serves as a reserve deputy for the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office. He routinely works patrol, makes traffic stops and takes calls, all to serve his community.
Dan was recenlty recognized by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for his work on an important homicide case. He received OSBI's Red Feather Award for his efforts. In addition, Dan has been awarded the Reserve Officer of the Year Award by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #189. He is not paid for the hours he puts in as an officer. Dan contributes approximately 1,000 hours per year to this endeavor. In February 2012, Dan was awarded the Distunguished Service Medal by Sheriff Stanley Glanz in recognition of his effort. He was also named Reserve Deputy of the Year by Sheriff Glanz in April 2014.
Dan works with the Tulsa County Criminal Justice Authority. He serves as Chairman of the Sales Tax Overview Committee. Dan and his committee oversee $25 million of taxpayers' money that is spent annually for the Tulsa County Jail (David L. Moss) operations and maintenance. In his capacity as Chairman, Dan reports directly to John Smaligo, Head County Commissioner.
Dan holds the following securities registrations* and insurance licenses:
Series 7 - General Securities
Series 63 - State Securities
Series 65 - Investment Advisor
Series 24 - Registered Principal
Life and Health Insurance
Personal Property and Casualty
Commercial Property and Casualty
*Securities registrations held with LPL Financial.