David Miller is an accomplished pool player with a wealth of skill and experience. Having played in the California State Pool League since 1977, David brings both professionalism and pleasure to his game.
He has been a long-standing member of the Billiard Congress of America, competing in singles, team and Scotch Doubles events for many years. A fierce competitor by nature, he always puts his best effort into each game he plays.
Early Life and Education
Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs form the cornerstones of children’s cognitive and social development during their preschool years. These institutions include daycare centers, preschools, nursery schools and kindergartens.
Early Childhood Education (ECE) is one of the most influential developmental periods for a child, and studies have demonstrated that those who take advantage of such programs often enjoy better academic results in adulthood. Furthermore, those who participated had lower rates of crime, dependency, and health problems as adults than their non-participating peers.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 emphasizes the critical role education plays for young children. By 2030, UNESCO member states must guarantee that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care, and pre-primary education so they are ready to enter primary school.
Dave has been a pool professional for over three decades. As the owner and operator of Pool Professionals, an residential and commercial swimming pool service company with locations in the Triangle region, Dave brings extensive expertise to his job.
He serves as president of the Independent Pool & Spa Services Association (IPSSA), providing his expertise on the business side of the industry to IPSSA and other organizations.
David has always been an enthusiastic supporter of community involvement, being actively involved in numerous local clubs, associations and swim teams. Additionally, his passion for swimming safety has seen him champion the cause to promote safety within the pool industry.
Achievements and Honors
Dave Pool has achieved many notable accomplishments and honors during his career, having been part of the swimming industry for over 30 years and possessing an unwavering passion for quality work.
He is a Certified Pool Builder and takes great pride in the design and quality of product he creates for his customers. He has been with Easton Pool & Spa since 2010, moving into the Co-Service Manager role this year.
He loves teaching people about the pool industry in his free time, as well as being an active member of Latham Pool Corporation’s Dealer Advisory Board. His commitment to safety extends to everyone who comes into his shop or one of his designed pools. Furthermore, he is an enthusiastic supporter of the University of Michigan and has worked closely with their Seawolves Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Programs.
Dave has been in the pool industry since the late ’90s. With extensive knowledge and expertise, he is an experienced pool builder, service technician and customer advocate who understands what it takes to turn your swimming pool dreams into reality.
He is the founder and CEO of Hastings Water Works, a full service aquatic facilities management company serving North Central New York and Southern New Hampshire. Through his savvy business approach, he has been able to combine decades of swimming pool expertise with cutting edge technology for pool design. Most impressively, his success has been built with complete integrity and reverence for employees and customers. This commitment has resulted in many long term relationships as well as an ever expanding clientele who count on him for their next swimming pool project.
David Pool is an accomplished American football player with a net worth of $30 million. Born on December 20th 1966 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Pool began his athletic career at age nine.
He is a retired American football player who currently resides in Austin, Texas with his wife Rachel Hollis. Together they own numerous assets such as rental properties, stocks, and other investments.
Pool has made a name for himself as an influential journalist by live streaming the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protests. This allowed him to gain notoriety and amass an impressive online following.
He utilized airborne drones during the protests in order to capture footage. Together with Henry Ferry, an Occupy Wall Street activist, they formed a media company they named The Other 99.