Steve Hesson – Criminal Defense Attorney
Steve Hesson specializes in criminal defense cases involving child molestation. Known for being honest with his clients, Hesson also has experience litigating civil rights disputes.
Hesson oversees his family business, SV Customs in Marietta, Ohio – a Braun dealer. Josh and Derek Hesson run day-to-day operations of this growing enterprise including an expanding e-commerce department and spray-in bedliner operation.
Early Life and Education
Hesson was born in Zanesville, Ohio and raised in Shenandoah, Iowa where he graduated high school in 1973 and attended the University of Iowa. Preceded by both of his parents as well as two brothers James M. Hesson and Gary “Doc” Hesson along with an infant sister Vicky Ann; He is survived by his wife Cindy Hesson, his daughter Sarah Hesson Cole (Steppon’s stepson); son Grant Hesson; stepson Brandon Cole; stepson Brandon Cole as well as daughter-in-law Adrianna Cole along with several nieces and nephews & nieces & nephews he left behind; as a lifetime resident he belonged to First United Methodist Church of Newton along with serving on DMACC Board of Trustees Board as a lifetime resident DMACC Board member.
Hesson became the youngest person ever to attain New Zealand Cricket coaching level three qualification at age 23 in 1998 and put it straight to use immediately. Coaching his home province of Otago to a record breaking domestic one-day competition victory before moving onto coach Argentina and Kenya respectively before finally taking over as New Zealand head coach before their World Cup tournament victory in 2012.
He orchestrated the All Blacks’ first series win since 1985 in Australia, and could repeat that success during this summer’s Trans-Tasman Test series.
Hesson is an active member of Nashville Chapter 71 of the Institute of Real Estate Management as well as President of Ghertner & Company where he oversees company operations and Community Association Portfolio Managers.
Hesson lives with his mother, Brenda, and sister Elene in Rocklin and has three stepchildren – Brittany N. Hesson, Steven Randall Hesson, and Megan Hesson – as well as being a graduate of Pepperell High School. Additionally he works with realtor firms and Steven Hesson Trucking companies.
Hesson served on the Rocklin City Council between 2008 and 2012. Elected to his first term in 2008 and re-elected four years later, Hesson now sits on its public safety, transportation and parks committees.
Stephen Anthony Hesson is survived by his son Stephen Anthony; parents Harry Merrill and Esther Schott Hesson; sisters Kathy J. Woodhull of Berlin Heights and Paula Hesson from Caldwell; brother Thomas Hesson also from Caldwell; four nieces and nephews as well as a private family service held later on. A private memorial was also held.