Charles Daniel Yates
Charles Daniel Yates was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. A 1965 graduate of that city’s Pike High School, Yates went on to received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University in 1969 (B.A. Government). Yates then enrolled at the Indiana University School of Law. A year later, he enrolled at the IU School of Business. Yates received both his JD from the law school and his MBA from the business school in 1973.
Today, Yates is a partner in the Estate and Wealth Transfer Planning Group of the Indianapolis firm Bose McKinney & Evans. A fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, Yates counsels families, business owners, corporate executives and other individuals and business to formulate and achieve financial objectives.
Yates is an enthusiastic volunteer, serving multiple civic and cultural organizations, particularly those in the arts and healthcare fields. A proud supporter of Indiana University he has served on the Board of Visitors of the Center on Philanthropy, the School of Medicine Planned Giving Advisory Board, and the College of Arts and Sciences Graduate School Alumni Association. Among the awards he has received for his service are the 2002 Central Indiana Community Foundation’s Partner in Philanthropy Award, the 2010 Distinguished Barrister Award from Indiana Lawyer magazine, and the 2016 IUPUI Spirit of Philanthropy Award. Additionally, C. Daniel Yates received the Indiana University School of Law Distinguished Service Award in 2006.
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"Charles Daniel Yates" (1947). Maurer Notable Alumni. 212.