Steven Stanek is an internal medicine specialist practicing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Einstein Gastroenterology at Center One and affiliated with Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. He accepts multiple insurance plans for treatment.
He made his musical mark performing on corner stages at VFWs and American Legion halls across Pennsylvania coal towns, his music embodying a raw vision of what rock n roll should be.
Early Life and Education
Steven Stanek was born May 19, 1940 and resided in Glendale, California. He was both an entrepreneur and political candidate. As founder and chairman of Stanek’s Nursery – an establishment which specialized in shrubs, trees and evergreens with branches extending throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Utah – Stanek held both business ownership and political candidacy titles during his life time. Today his legacy lives on in this family-run nursery that has been serving California, Washington State Oregon Idaho Utah Utah with over two generations.
Stanek currently serves on the City of West Bend Value Task Force, Holy Angels School Board Liaison Committee, Kettle Moraine YMCA youth athletics volunteer committee and Slinger Gridiron Football Club board member as well as Washington County Boys & Girls Club basketball coach / Washington Hoops youth sports program board member responsibilities.
Dr. Steven Stanek earned his medical degree at Temple University’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine, and currently practices medicine at 9880 Bustleton Avenue Suite 220 Philadelphia PA 19115. Additionally he is affiliated with Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia.
Steven Stanek has over seven years of experience practicing gastroenterology in Philadelphia, PA at Einstein Gastroenterology at Center One affiliated with Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. Additionally, he accepts multiple insurance plans.
Stanek led Husky baseball from 1968-1978, amassing an 187-114-4 record and winning five Northern Intercollegiate Conference championships along with serving on NDSU Athletic Hall of Fame Committee and an original committee for its inaugural induction ceremony.
He holds memberships in West Bend Sunrise Rotary Club, Holy Angels Parish Council and City of West Bend Value Task Force. In addition, he volunteers at Kettle Moraine YMCA youth athletics program as a Slinger Hoops youth basketball coach; additionally he sits on Brilliant’s Board.
Achievement and Honors
Gerry Stanek first made his musical mark playing corner stages of VFWs and American Legion halls in Western Pennsylvania coal towns. Following the turn of the millennium, he drove a tractor trailer for eight years while earning a master’s degree in fiction writing along the way. Now living with three daughters in Greensboro North Carolina.
Stanek is a left-handed pitcher known for using four-seam fastballs that sit between 90s and low 100s, as well as an accompanying slider, to produce an extremely low 1.15 ERA/WHIP rate through 54.2 innings this year with 17 holds and has only had to use this pitching style as an opener with the Rays; making 59 appearances (29 starts). In these 59 appearances (29 starts), his K:BB ratio reached 24:9.
Stanek lives with his wife in West Bend, Wisconsin, with three children in tow. He’s active in his local community through various organizations: West Bend Sunrise Rotary Club Board membership; Holy Angels Parish Council membership; City of West Bend Value Task Force membership and Kettle Moraine YMCA youth sports volunteering activities are just a few examples.
He is cofounder and chief technology officer of Brilliant, an organisation that assists businesses with understanding their data. He has been with them for three years.
He is an avid baseball fan, supporting the Tampa Bay Rays with great passion. Known for his high 90s fastball and powerful splitter, he currently holds 23 wins against one loss this season.
Ryne Stanek is estimated to be worth close to $2 Million in his professional career. He enjoys an enormous fan base due to both his incredible skills on the court as well as his humble nature; living in Tampa, Florida he lives with his lovely family but prefers keeping much of their personal lives private; they do not often share much information regarding them on social media platforms such as Instagram.
He began his professional career with the Bowling Green Dragsters of the Class A Midwest Association before later switching over to Montgomery Rays of Class AA Southern Association in 2015. Durham/ Montgomery records for exhibitions were 8-5 with an overall 3.04 Period average score.
He is well known for his high-90s fastball and newly developed splitter. In June 2018, he set an association record by contributing 17 consecutive starts allowing one or fewer runs in June 2018 alone! An exceptional pitcher who can stop any offensive attack, he is an effective way to defeat any team.