Steve Albright, 64, of Norco, Oklahoma, Passed Away on July 4
On July 4th, Steve Albright realized something was amiss as soon as he reached for his phone: He had experienced a stroke.
Mather had recruited him to help expand multiple national park units, such as Grand Teton National Park. Furthermore, he attempted to bring national parks onto the East Coast.
Early Life and Education
Steve Albright was raised on 80 acres near Highway 39 between Tabler and Dibble “y” just inside Grady County line in Oklahoma red clay country. While his musical dreams were long-held, reality proved too strong a force to overcome; therefore he found himself busy with work and family commitments instead.
Madeleine Albright made history when she became the first female Secretary of State when she spoke at Saint John’s in January 2013. Kerrigan introduced and took questions from current and former Model UN members eager to hear what Albright thought on topics ranging from national sovereignty to her interactions with world leaders like North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il and Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.
Horace Albright’s parents struggled financially, instilling him with a hardworking ethic at an early age. At 16, Horace decided to enter the jewelry business to earn money to pay for college; but he knew it needed more than simply providing him with employment.
Albright excelled at making complex foreign policy understandable to the general public, making headlines when Cuban pilots shot down civilian aircraft: she famously stated “This does not take courage”.
Steve Albright serves as Vice President for Market Development for Intermountain Healthcare, an integrated not-for-profit healthcare system serving Nevada communities. Steve is passionate about expanding access to exceptional healthcare at an affordable cost.
Achievement and Honors
Madeleine Albright served two terms as America’s secretary of state under Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, and is widely considered one of the most influential politicians and diplomats. Albright has published multiple books such as Madam Secretary: A Memoir and Fascism: A Warning.
In 2013, she made history as the first woman ever to address Saint John’s Abdella Center for Ethics Lecture Series and address an audience of more than 1000 in Coaches Pavilion.
The Julia Award recognizes students demonstrating intellectual curiosity, creative thinking and cheerful courage when faced with difficulties or challenges. Selected by psychology department faculty, this prize money may help defray some of the costs associated with earning a graduate degree in clinical or counseling psychology.
Steven Albright was a kind and caring man who treasured his family deeply. Always cheerful, Steven could bring a smile to everyone he met – his presence will be missed by many. A longtime resident of Norco and part of a bowling league there, Steven enjoyed 29 years with Jeanne before moving later to Murrieta with their children.
From 1927 to 1929, he served as Director of the National Park Service, initiating two groundbreaking policies: merging park administration into its administrative structure and transferring national monuments over to it. Additionally, he helped pass into law the National Park Act of 1916.
Albright was known for wearing brooches or pins that express her thoughts during diplomatic proceedings, as well as for being outspoken about world affairs. At her vetting for secretary of state, she revealed she had Jewish ancestry and discovered some had died in concentration camps.
Madeleine Albright, 64th Secretary of State and current Member of Congress will be honored today at her funeral. While typically family members act as pallbearers at funerals, Albright chose a group from her former security detail as pallbearers instead.
Albright made his professional wrestling debut with Stu Hart’s Stampede Wrestling in 1988 and quickly rose through its ranks, becoming known for his signature move: snap dragon suplex. Ultimately he even competed for Japan-based AJPW promotion!
Albright later joined forces with Stan Hansen to form Karachi Vice. He challenged Kawada and Taue for the AJPW World Tag Team Championship but lost. While in AJPW, Albright became known as Super Vader.