Dan Parman

Dan F. Parman

Partner at Parman Consultants Company

Company:
Parman Consultants Company

General Information

Affiliations

Board President - San Antonio Public Library Foundation

Founder - Stone Oak

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Texas Public Radio

Texas Public Radio's Erik Ketcherside moderates the program, and is joined by San Antonio mayor Ed Garza; San Antonio Express-News columnist Mike Greenberg, developer Dan Parman and University of Texas at San Antonio Woody Sanders.Dan F. Parman.Dan Parman is a native of Uvalde, Texas.He is a real estate investor and developer, and is a partner in Parman Consultants Company.He is a consultant to developers of mixed-use land developments.He's developed a number of mixed-use projects the largest being the 4,380 acre Stone Oak area, located in north central San Antonio outside Loop 1604.He has been a member on boards of several banks and savings institutions.Parman is also an investor in multi-family and retail properties. Heywood "Woody" Sanders.A nationally recognized urban affairs expert, Woody Sanders, was named to chair the Public Administration Department at the University of Texas at San Antonio in January of 2002.Prior to that, Sanders was a member of Trinity University in San Antonio for eighteen years.He is often called on by the media to comment about his research on urban renewal and community development policies.He is the co-editor of two books, "The Politics of Urban Development" and "Urban Texas: Politics and Development".

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San Antonio Public Library Foundation

Thank You to Dan Parman

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Thank You to Dan Parman | San Antonio Public Library Foundation

San Antonio Public Library Foundation - Thank You to Dan Parman
Thank You to Dan Parman The Library Foundation and the San Antonio community recently lost a leader, advocate and friend. Dan Parman leaves behind so many positive marks on our city during his roles of real-estate developer, banker, farm/ranch investor and dedicated philanthropist. A lover of libraries and a long-time supporter, Dan was instrumental in bringing the Parman Branch Library to Stone Oak, and has made it the community center it is today. The Library Foundation is forever indebted to Dan and the entire Parman family for their support, and most importantly, their friendship.

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