He was a member of Quadrangle Club and active as an alum as an ASC interviewer and phone-athon worker. He earned a law degree from Columbia University, an LL.M. in taxation from New York University, and an MBA from Washington University.
He worked as both a lawyer and an accountant, with a special expertise in employee-benefits law and administration. Dan’s career included serving as assistant general counsel at Corbel & Co., senior trust officer at First Wisconsin National Bank, and legal manager at HPL&S. He also was self-employed as a lawyer and accountant.
Along with his talent and gregarious personality, Dan suffered during much of his adult life from chronic illness, which he accepted with a Christian spirit. He was often effusive in his expressions of gratitude toward the many people who helped him.
The son of the late George and Helen Jaszi, he is survived by his brother, Peter. The class extends its deepest sympathies to his family and friends.