David Hallock has extensive experience in many legislative battles and knows how to craft and execute effective offensive and defensive strategies for government affairs, negotiate complex legislative provisions in order to safeguard his client’s interests, and offer practical business solutions.
He is a CPAdirectory-verified Certified Public Accountant that specializes in corporate law and taxation. Additionally, he provides advice to individuals, businesses and organizations regarding personal and business financial matters.
Early Life and Education
David Hallock was born on February 2, 1949 in Southampton, New York to Dr. David H. Hallock Sr. and Esther S. Hallock.
On August 23, he passed away after a courageous fight with cancer. Survived by his loving wife, Doris Jean Michalski; children Stephanie Fournier and Larry Fertig;
He spent his youth sailing the waters around West Neck Harbor and Peconic Bay in Southampton, New York. Later he worked in the printing business. Additionally, he was an active member of Bartow’s Lions Club and involved with numerous community organizations; serving on boards for United Way of Polk County, Early Childhood Resources of Polk County, Polk School Readiness Coalition and Polk County Opportunity Council.
Prior to founding Two Capitols Consulting, David served as Chief of Staff for United States Senator Mark Warner and held senior positions within Virginia’s Governor’s office and General Assembly. With more than two decades of expertise, he is equipped with the knowledge necessary to craft successful government advocacy strategies at all levels – local, state and federal.
Hallock, a former professional baseball player, played professionally for the Quad Cities River Bandits, Lancaster Jethawks and Corpus Christi Hooks before earning his coaching credentials in 2017. Since then he has been employed at Bowling Green State University where he has guided their offense to one of its most potent offenses during BBCOR era.
He is the author of Busara Road, which earned him the Nautilus Book Award Gold Medal. His short fiction has appeared in journals and anthologies such as Sycamore Review, The Laurel Review, Baltimore Review, 2000 Voices, Cleaver Magazine, Talking Stick Review and Schuylkill Valley Journal among others.
Achievement and Honors
David Hallock was a giant in his family, giving endless love, devotion and support. A loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Dave will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
He was an intrepid adventurer, enjoying a range of outdoor activities from sea kayaking on the Pacific coast to canoe tripping in the Canadian Rockies. Most importantly, he adored his grandchildren Erin, Erica, Brenna, Austin, Lincoln, Emerson Jackson and Connor with all his heart.
David Hallock was an inspirational educator, known for his groundbreaking contributions to the College. He taught Physics 101 in the UD College of Sciences and earned himself a place among its three Teaching Fellows. Beyond his academic accomplishments, David also made a lasting impact on those around him through philanthropy and community volunteerism.
David Hallock’s personal life reflected his commitment to community service. He was an active participant at Grace Lutheran Church in Hallock and took pleasure in baking delicious treats that he would generously donate to those in need.
In addition to his family, he enjoyed spending time with friends. He also took great pleasure in reading books and playing board games.
David Hallock has extensive experience in politics and was previously the president of Two Capitols Consulting, a full-service government relations and strategic consulting firm. With an impressive track record, David has consistently advocated for senior officials from both federal and Virginia governments.
Chad Hallock is an American businessman best known as the co-founder and CEO of Budget Blinds. His success in business has earned him a net worth estimated to be in excess of $10 million dollars.
Chad was an entrepreneur and business owner at a very young age, which enabled him to be highly productive throughout his career.
He was also featured in Season 3 of the hit American TV show Undercover Boss.
Chad avoids social media platforms, making it difficult to obtain his personal details. He values his privacy, which is why he doesn’t share any details about his family or friends online.