Profile of Steve Streeter, President of Streeter Custom Builder
Streeter Custom Builder of Wayzata, Minnesota is experiencing a marked uptick in projects this year since their rebrand to combine Signature and Elevation homes under one name – now simply known as Streeter.
Patterson cannot be shown to have directly caused or assisted Streeter in obtaining either firearm from his waistband or from the BMW driver seat.
Early Life and Education
Steve Streeter hails from Gouverneur, NY and graduated from Gouverneur Central School. Following an eight year tour in the United States Navy as an Airman Commmunicators Specialist he joined the NY Air National Guard as a Communications Specialist where he continued working. Steve holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in film production.
Steve has always had a keen eye for photography and videography, so it was only natural for him to pursue a career in film. From working events as BTS photographer or on film sets – his drive has always been to capture moments cinematically and bring them alive for audiences around the world.
Amber Denise Streeter, better known by her professional name of Sevyn Streeter, rose to prominence early in 2001 through joining Tom Girls 4, or TG4, which later evolved into Sevyn Streeter.
Financial Planning Strategies, Investment Research, and Business Valuation have been his areas of expertise. He served as CEO of Mission Wealth – an $4.8 billion AUM firm offering comprehensive financial planning strategies – until 2019 when he took on a full-time role at Mission Wealth.
Polk County sheriff’s deputies and state witnesses testified that Streeter, Shuler and Lester had been waiting at Kokomo and State Road 544 with intent to steal a vehicle when Tyler was shot in his abdomen and died as a result of bleeding in his portal vein. These individuals were later charged with first-degree murder.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Streeter was an esteemed rugby player from the Southern Highlands. He played for Bowral Blacks and represented NSW Country rugby. Due to his commitment and hard work in rugby, Steve earned several prestigious accolades such as Purple Hearts and Army Achievement Medals during his career.
Since 1985, he served in the U.S. Navy flying both the P-3 and S-3 from 1985-1993, receiving multiple medals such as Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal and Vietnam Service Medal as well as Non-commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon during this time.
Stephen Precott Streeter married Ursula Adams and together they had seven children. Stephen Precott Streeter was born January 9, 1600 in Goudhurst Tunbridge Wells Kent England and died July 24, 1652 in Charlestown Massachusetts as a shoemaker leaving a considerable legacy of wealth behind for Ursula Adams, his wife.
Steven Streeter is married to Kristeen and together they have four children. Steven attends Baptist church regularly. Among his hobbies are hunting and fishing – which he enjoys doing alongside spending quality time with family.
He made his Wallaby debut alongside Paddy Batch and Brendan Moon in 1976, playing early rugby in the Southern Highlands region of Australia.
Steve and Kristeen are avid collectors of vintage items. On their property in Veyo, they have recreated an old general store, complete with vintage candy bars, 1960s magazines and ink blotters from that era – an impressive time capsule collection! Movie nights and dance parties often take place here; additionally it provides them a peaceful retreat from life’s pressures.
Steve Case is one of the world’s best-known entrepreneurs, yet prefers to keep his personal life out of the public eye. An active philanthropist and businessman, Case has made many investments throughout his career including LivingSocial and Zipcar.
As well as his financial management practice, he is recognized as an authority on life-centered planning. He has shared his ideas at industry conferences and media appearances. Furthermore, his ideas have been featured on multiple TEDx talks and podcast programs.
Streeter is married and the proud parent of two daughters. Since 2015 he has served as Clemson University’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach; prior to that he played football at Gettysburg College Bullets before rejoining them as coach. When not coaching or spending time with family he enjoys golf.