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Daniel Nicholas Matheson, III

Daniel Nicholas Matheson III, American Lawyer ( law: pract. & administration)BankingCorporate, generalSecuritieslawyer. Recipient True Texian awardGov. William Clements, 1982. Member Texas Bar Association (committee banking law, corporation, banking and business law section), Dallas Bar Association, Travis County Bar Association, American Bar Association, Texas Association Bank Counsel.

Background

III, Daniel Nicholas Matheson, was born on April 12, 1949 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of Benjamin Lee Matheson and Ruth (Tankersley) Matheson Flory.

Education

Student, Tulane University, 1967—1969. Bachelor, University Texas, 1971. Juris Doctor, 1974.

Career

Bar: Texas 1974. Association Johnson & Swanson, Dallas, 1974-1979, partner, Dallas and Austin, 1979-1981, 83-93, special counsel, 1993^. Executive vice president, general counsel Capital Network System, Inc., Austin. Director State of Texas Office of State-Federal Relations, Washington, 1981-1982.

Director, Executive Committee Park Cities Savings Association, Dallas, 1985-1987. Chairman Southern Govs'. Association Staff Advisory Committee, Washington, 1982.

Board directors, chairman, president Texas Lyceum Association, Austin, 1984-1991. Board regents, chairman Texas State University System, 1989^.

Religion

The Gospel of Christ shows the essential steps that one must take to attain the goal of salvation.

Views

Christians should read the Bible as part of a faith community, and try to put themselves into the story of God's dealings with humanity.

Membership

Member of American Bar Association, Texas Association Bank Counsel, Travis County Bar Association, Dallas Bar Association, Texas Bar Association (committee banking law, corporation, banking and business law section).

Connections

Married Jane Allard Matheson, May 26, 1974. Children: Sarah Austin, Claire Allard, Clayton Nicholas.

Politics

The commitment of individual Christians to work for social and political change should be recognized as a fully legitimate form of Christian discipleship.