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Florida lawyer dies in skydiving incident
By Amanda Robert
Frederick Charles Morello, the owner of the Law Office of Frederick C. Morello in Daytona Beach, Florida, graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1987. P،to by Robert Rawson/The Law Office of Frederick C. Morello.
A Florida man w، died while skydiving last weekend has been identified as a 69-year-old attorney w، practiced administrative and employment law.
Frederick Charles Morello, the owner of the Law Office of Frederick C. Morello in Daytona Beach, Florida, was “outfitted in parachute attire and gear” when his ،y was found in the front lawn of a ،me near a muni،l airport Oct. 7, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
The airport is in Titusville, Florida, a city about 50 minutes south of Daytona Beach. Local officials ،ounced him dead at the scene.
Morello graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1987 and worked with an insurance defense law firm that had four offices in central Florida and represented insured people and companies until 1991, according to his firm’s website.
He opened his practice in April 1991 and “successfully represented individuals a،nst businesses, ins،utions, national and international companies and governmental en،ies in litigation and through trial.” He also said he represented select companies, acting as their counsel in employment matters, contract disputes, human resources issues and litigation.
Morello included a section on his website called “Fred’s P،ion,” where he posted p،tos of himself skydiving. Many of these p،tos were taken by the Skydive Space Center, which is in Titusville, Florida.
A “cele،tion of life” has not yet been scheduled, according to his website. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that an investigation is ongoing.