Steve Compton

Steve Compton

Steve Compton is a Senior Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy. He attended Fire Controlman “A” School before serving a five-year sea tour.

Shooting bull and playing poker were two activities he looked forward to with his men. Additionally, he made friends with them by refusing to build barriers between himself and their ranks as enlisted men.

Early Life and Education

Steve Corton was raised in Richland, Washington and graduated from Eastern Washington University after taking advantage of various resources on campus such as the transfer center and STEM center to find scholarship opportunities and research programs.

Compton also found his place at Regina Food Bank, serving as CEO since 2012. Compton holds great respect for both community service and his business background, making him an asset in both areas.

He has over two decades of martial arts training in Jeet Kune Do, Muay Thai, boxing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He views helping others as his life’s ultimate reward; in his free time he enjoys snow skiing as well as spending time with family and friends.

Professional Career

Compton first joined Middlesex Cricket Club in 1947 and quickly earned recognition as a premier batsman of England. He scored a century in the Ranji Trophy final and earned his debut Test cap against Pakistan before suffering severe knee damage during a meaningless match at The Oval – but continued playing without stopping.

In April he attended parachute school at Fort Benning, Georgia and spent four weeks learning how to fly and operate parachutes within his unit, the 101st Airborne Division’s 515th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR).

After Steven Spielberg’s 1998 film Saving Private Ryan revived interest in World War II, Buck Compton was approached about appearing in a television miniseries entitled Band of Brothers.

Achievement and Honors

Stephen Ambrose’s book and HBO series Band of Brothers have made Easy Company of 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment 101st Airborne Division more famous to a new generation than ever before. Compton quickly made friends among his men by refusing to build barriers between himself as an officer and them as enlisted soldiers, even smoking cigars with them; something his platoon commander, Lieutenant Dick Winters frowned upon.

Professor Compton’s research aims to explore how cancer cells acquire abnormal chromosome numbers that impact cell growth. He has published over 70 articles and his work has appeared on 15 journal covers; furthermore he serves on numerous national committees and review panels of organizations like the National Institutes of Health.

Personal Life

Steve Compton hails from Franklin Simpson High School in Franklin, Kentucky and later studied optometry at Western Kentucky University and Southern College of Optometry. Now working in private practice and enjoying it immensely. When not busy working he enjoys spending time with his family.

Buck Compton had high hopes of making it in baseball upon his return home, so he auditioned for the minor league Spokane Indians and was offered a contract. Unfortunately, due to lack of money and absurd union rules he declined.

After being convinced by a friend to apply for the police force and study night courses at Loyola law school at night while working, he received an interview and soon after was assigned plain-clothes work.

Net Worth

Steve Compton is an authority on mid-18th to mid-20th century North Carolina pottery, having written numerous books on this topic. Additionally, he serves as lecturer and exhibit curator. Along with his wife Shelly he currently resides in Seminole County where they enjoy snow skiing, hunting and spending time at their Amber Lake property.

Dr. Dre is estimated to be worth an estimated net worth of over $925 Million, much of it coming from his shares in Beats Electronics and his sale of N.W.A shares, now valued at over $200 Million.

Robert A Compton has completed three trades of MDRX stock totalling over $117,250 since 2006. His most significant trade was exercising 25,000 units of Veradigm Inc on 4 December 2006 for over $217,250.

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