As the son of an electrical contractor, Dan’s childhood summers were spent working with his father in various capacities and learning practical life skills along the way. After graduating from LeTourneau College with a degree in engineering, he began work with Westinghouse in Athens and soon earned his MBA from the University of Georgia.
After 16 years and various positions in the corporate world, Dan was prompted to make a drastic change and purchased Floyd Cabinets in 1995. The business soon became known as The Cabinet Man and continued with good success until a fire destroyed the operation in November of 2010. In 2011, The Cabinet Man merged with Coleman Cabinets to form Webber Coleman Woodworks. Dan’s experience and knowledge as a Georgia licensed contractor adds diversity to the business and provides solutions oriented products to a wide range of customers. In 2020, Dan sold Webber Coleman Woodworks to Jessica Webber, his daughter, and continues to work towards it's succuss today in transitioning to the next generation.
Dan and Cindi, his wife of 35+ years, have four children, Jessica, Kristin, Jonathan and Brooke. When not working, Dan can be found traveling with Cindi or golfing.