Steve Stenger Biography
Steve Stenger (Steven Stenger) is an American attorney and a former Democratic politician. From January 2015 to April 2019, Stenger served as County Executive of St. Louis County, Missouri.
Steve Stenger Age
Stenger was born in the St. Louis Hills neighborhood located in southwest St. Louis City, but was brought up in Affton, Missouri. He likes to keep his personal life private hence it is not known when he was born or when he celebrates his birthday.
Steve Stenger Height
Stenger stands at an estimated height of about 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Steve Stenger Family
He is the son of Pete and JoAnn. His father father was a union telephone lineman with Southwestern Bell. He has sisters and brother.
Steve Stenger Wife
Stenger married Allison Stenger in 2009 and together they have two children, Madeline and Lincoln. He was previously married to Julie Stenger.
Steve Stenger Salary
Stenger earns an estimated salary of about $10000 to $50000 annually.
Steve Stenger Net Worth
Stenger has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million
Steve Stenger Education
He graduated from Bishop DuBourg High School and briefly toured as a singer with two local bands, The Stand and The Painted Faces. He then went to University of Missouri-St. Louis and majored in accounting.
After that, Stenger became a certified public accountant(CPA) and went to law school at St. Louis University. After law school, Stenger got a job as a lawyer and CPA at Ernst & Young. Stenger later helped start the law firm Klar, Izsak and Stenger, where he is a partner.
Steve Stenger Career
Stenger was the prosecuting attorney of a city government from 2005-2008. From 2009 to 2015, he was on the St. Louis County Council. Stenger represented the sixth district, which contained about 145,000 people in south St. Louis County.
In 2011, he became Chairman of the Council. In 2014, Stenger defeated Charlie Dooley, a long-time incumbent, during the Democratic primaries for St Louis County Executive. Steve Stenger proceeded to win the St. Louis County Executive general election, narrowly edging out his Republican opponent Rick Stream.
Stenger took office as St. Louis County Executive in 2015. On April 29, 2019, he announced his resignation on after being federally indicted.
Steve Stenger Resign
On May 3, 2019, Stenger had to resign as county executive after being indicted on three counts of theft of honest services/bribery and mail fraud. He was sentenced to 46 months in prison. In June 2021 Stegner’s sentence was reduced after serving less than two years of his four year sentence and was set to be freed on December of 2021.