Stepner is not only known for his skill as a violist; he is also an author and educator. His books include A Handbook for Pluralist Economics Education that challenges traditional teaching approaches for economists.
Even though Jack remains in the military, he and Wendy decide to relocate for the winter at The Overlook hotel – but soon find themselves unnerved by ghostly presences in this mysterious establishment.
He had an acclaimed legal career, serving as general counsel for numerous business and nonprofit organizations such as the Cincinnati Museum Center, Dan Beard Council of Boy Scouts, Cincinnati Arts Festival, Leadership Cincinnati, Stepping Stones Center and Cancer Family Care. Additionally he provided legal advice for the 2012 World Choir Games competition held here.
He was also an active community volunteer, participating in many sports and arts activities as a Scout leader as well as attending his children’s sporting and musical events regularly. Furthermore, he owned homes on both Webster Lake and Norris Lake to provide the ideal setting for family reunions.
13-year-old Avery Stepner has proven his worth on the basketball court for Yeshivat Noam, averaging 3.9 points and 1.1 rebounds per game while being an integral member of their three-year-old MGBL Championship squad.
Frisch used a 21-5 run in the fourth quarter to defeat Berman Hebrew Academy Cougars 52 to 34, led by power forward Jack Stepner (14) and playmaker Max Mayerhoff (11). Both players scored 14 points for their team.
Stepner began his intelligence career by serving as a lifeguard at Venice Beach before joining the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the U.S. wartime intelligence agency. One of its inaugural members in its Maritime Unit – precursors to today’s Navy SEALS.