David Esrati
Born, September 14,1962 in Celina Ohio.
Parents: Stephen & Nina (still married! 47 years, Aug 21, 2001)
Graduated Cleveland Heights High School 1980
Served in the US Army, 7th Special Forces Group, Ft. Bragg, and with 11th Special Forces Group (Reserve) Jamestown, OH
Bachelor of Science, Business, Marketing Major, Wright State University, 1988
Founded The Next Wave, an advertising agency, March of 1991.
Renovated 113 Bonner Street, bought Jan 28,1986, $14,500.
Now worth $135,000
Renovated 100 Bonner Street, Bought Nov 17, 1988, $2,250 + $2,400 in back taxes. Now worth $85,000
Renovated 120 and 122 Bonner Street bought in 1997 for $19,750 ea. Now worth $60,000 each.
Served as President of Historic South Park, Inc. 2 terms.
Created South Park Soliloquy, a half-hour marketing video about the South Park Neighborhood, 1997.
Founded South Park Social Capital, the city's first for-profit Development Corporation, 1998.
Honored with numerous awards for beautification, including the Preservation Dayton Community Preservation award in 1998.
Winner of multiple awards of merit and excellence in advertising and design by Art Center Dayton and the Dayton Ad Club, including 2 Hermes award.
Five gallon donor and apheresis life leader, Community Blood Center.
Recognized as one of Daytons young leaders:"40 under 40" by the Dayton Business Journal, 2001.

Interests include: Renovation and urban studies, architecture, design, advertising, SCUBA, reading, music, ice skating, working out.

Single. No children. Dog, Cato, 15.

Cato died spring of 2001. He was 17 and is missed.

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