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LaMarr Datcher

Episcopal High School of Alexandria, VA

1998

LaMarr E. Datcher was born and raised in Washington D.C. and graduated from Episcopal High School in 1998. While at EHS, LaMarr was a Senior Monitor, member of the Honor Committee Member, Captain of the Back-to-Back State Championship Basketball Teams, and a member of the Discipline, Food, and Activities Committees. He closed out his time at the High School winning the Robert Jett Rogers Memorial Bowl for Devotion to the Ideals and Traditions of EHS. After Episcopal, LaMarr earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Colgate University. At Colgate, LaMarr was a NCAA Division I four-year letter winner in Basketball. He made the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll numerous times during his college career, which is an award given to student athletes for academic excellence. He was a member of the Konosioni Senior Honor Society, where he was one of 26 seniors peer elected for leadership and dedication to the community. He was also named a George Cobb Fellow, which is an award given to 20 students for outstanding leadership and influence upon fellow students. LaMarr was also a member of Colgate’s Budget Allocating Committee, which is a panel of 6 students who distributed funds to campus organizations. Lastly, he was a Resident Advisor. LaMarr would go on to earned a J.D. from Valparaiso University School of Law. After working on Wall Street in NYC and in the legal field, LaMarr found his passion in the commercial real estate industry. Today, he works as an Advisor and Broker Washington, D.C., specializing in the marketing and sale of commercial buildings throughout D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Most importantly, he is family man, raising wonderful baby boy with his wife Candace. Bio and photos courtesy of LaMarr Datcher '98

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