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Daniel Leon Brenner, American Lawyer. Bar: Missouri 1926.


Brenner, Daniel Leon was born on September 9, 1904 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of Adolph and Tillie (Brenner) Brenner.


Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Missouri, 1925; Juris Doctor, University of Michigan, 1927.


With, Borders & Borders, 1927; member, Roach, Brenner & Wimmell, Kansas City, 1947-1951; senior member, Brenner, Van Valkenburgh & Wimmell, 1951-1959; now partner, Brenner, Lockwood & Peterson judge, Circuit Court Jackson County, Missouri, 1943-1944.


  • Bar: Missouri 1926.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to legal journals.


Member national council American Jewish Distribution Committee. National panel American Arbitration Association, since 1964. National commissioner B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations.

President Kansas City Jewish Welfare Federation and Council. Trustee University Missouri Hillel Foundation (charter), Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital, Bellefarie, Rockhurst College. Board directors, vice president, counsel Heart of America United Way Greater Kansas City.

Board directors, counsel United Way. Board directors, vice president Heart of America United campaign. Board directors National Conference of Christians and Jews, Jewish Vocational Service Bureau.

Trustee, member investment advisory committee Rockhurst College Endowment Fund, since 1969. Chairman, trustee Employees Retirement Systems, Kansas City, since 1973. Board curators University Missouri, 1977-1983, president, 1980-1981.

Board visitors University Michigan Law School. Member Jackson County (Missouri) Pension Plan Administrative Committee. Member American Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association (award for outstanding community service 1988), Kansas City Bar Association, American Judicature Society, Native Sons of Kansas City, University Michigan School Law Alumni Association, Kansas City Club, 711 Club (president 1989), Oakwood Country Club, Legion of Honor, Order de Molay, Order of Coif, B'nai B'rith (district president grand lodge 1950-1952, vice president supreme lodge 1967-1970).


Adolph Brenner

Tillie (Brenner) Brenner