David Frohlichstein (1974) Trumpet

Ed. Note: Dave Frohlichstein was a member of the 1973 and 1974 NTW Recording Jazz Ensembles. During that time he was affectionately referred to as ‘Little Doc,’ a reference to the great Doc Severinsen. A listing of Dave’s career highlights appears at the end.

Education: Northern Illinois University
Undergraduate degree in Education (1978) and Master’s Degree (1979)

Dave Frohlichstein played professional trumpet, in the Chicago area, performing with such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, Bob Hope, Jay Leno, and many others. In addition he recorded commercials and played first trumpet at Chicago’s Shubert Theater. He ended his full-time music career with the Broadway show Cats; at that time the longest-running musical in Chicago.

He has served as the owner of Frohlichstein Financial Wealth Management since 1986. In 1987, Dave earned the designation of CFP. He has also qualified for the Million Dollar Round Table for more than 20 years, including Court of the Table and Top of the Table qualifications.

Dave is a past President of the Fox Valley Estate Planning Council. He is a past President, and has continued to sit on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, DuPage, Illinois. In addition, he currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Saint Charles Chamber of Commerce. He was honored by NAIFA DuPage as the 2010 Hall of Fame Member of the Year.

Dave is dedicated to developing lasting relationships with all his clients. He believes in helping each client become confident in assessing his or her financial goals, personal risk number, what risk number their current portfolio is, and what risk number they need to reach their retirement goals. One of the benefits of working with Dave is his ability to provide clear, easily understood explanations of financial products and services. The personal program that Dave can provide is a roadmap to working toward a more secure financial future.

Dave and his wife, Carol, have been married since 1980. They live in St. Charles, IL, and are the parents of three adult children. Dave enjoys playing golf and exercising. He has competed in several triathlons, numerous half marathons and completed 3 Chicago Marathons.

Dave has performed and/or recorded with the following people:

Frank Sinatra,Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Henry Mancini, Burt Bacharach, Joel Gray, Johnny Mathis, Richard Harris, Ray Charles, Robert Goulet, Tony Bennett, Tom Jones, Ben Vereen, Nathan Lane, Bobby Vinton, Englebert Humperdinck, Liberace, Frankie Valli, Perry Como, Jerry Vale, Peter Allen, Peter Noone, Ray Eberle, Steve Lawrence, Julius LaRosa, Jim Bailey, Frankie Lane, Vic Damone

Cats, 42nd Street, Beatlemania, Cabaret, Camelot, Chorus Line, Dreamgirls, Evita, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Man of LaMancha, Pirates of Penzance, South Pacific, The Wiz, They’re Playing Our Song, The Roar of the Greasepaint, Mary Poppins

Abbe Lane, Aretha Franklin, Barbara Eden, Ben Vereen, Bobby Vinton, Burt Bacharach, Carol Channing, Connie Stevens, Dean Martin, Diahann Carroll, Diana Ross, Englebert Humperdinck, Eydie Gorme, Frank Sinatra, Frankie Lane, Frankie Valli, Helen O’Connell, Helen Reddy, Henry Mancini, Jean Carn, Jerry Vale, Jim Bailey, Joan Rivers, Joel Gray, Joey Heatherton, Johnny Mathis, Julie Andrews, Julius LaRosa, Liberace, Linda Edder, Lorna Luft, Lynda Carter, Margaret Whiting, Marilyn McCoo, Maureen McGovern, Mitzi Gaynor, Nancy Wilson, Nathan Lane, Perry Como, Peter Allen, Peter Noone, Pia Zadora, Ray Charles, Ray Eberle, Richard Harris, Robert Goulet, Rosemary Clooney, Sammy Davis Jr., Stephanie Mills, Steve Lawrence, Susan Anton, Suzanne Summers, Tom Jones, Tony Bennett, Vic Damone

The Spinners, The Temptations, The Rockettes, The O’Jays, The Cubs, The Bears, The Goldiggers, The Honeybears, The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, The Harmonicats, The Mills Brothers, The Four Tops

Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Bob Hope, George Burns, Henny Youngman, Don Rickles, Pete Barbutti, Red Buttons, Red Foxx, Red Skelton, Shecky Greene, Victor Borge, Rich Little, George Gobel, Frank Gorshin, Jim Belushi, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, Buddy Hackett, Charlie Callas, Slappy White, Marty Allen, Danny Ganz, Jerry Butler, Billy Davis Jr., Frankie Avalon, Johnny Ray

President Reagan, Cardinal Bernardin, Cardinal Cupich