Steven Alderson

Steven Alderson

In September 1968, they relocated to Eugene, Oregon, and purchased their first property there – marking an extensive journey of relocations and real estate purchases in subsequent years.

Alderson has served as New York’s President since owner Steve Cohen took control of the Mets in 2020. He will continue in that capacity until an interim replacement is appointed before transitioning into senior advisor status.

Early Life and Education

Alderson was a Harvard Law and Dartmouth grad who founded an American League champion team in Oakland during the steroid era by recruiting Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire through draft picks while also trading for lean and mean Ruben Sierra as trade partners.

Over this twelve-year span, Jonne Koenig took Steve Alderson’s last name and presented themselves to the public as a married couple, living together, raising three children together, maintaining joint bank accounts and filing joint federal income tax returns.

She leaves behind loving family, including Julia Swindon of Naugatuck with husband Jonathan Swindon; two grandchildren; Carolyn and Jim McLean of Naugatuck; Sharron Thompson from Trumbull; Mike Burton from South Windsor; as well as two siblings Carolyn McLean (wife), Sharron Thompson, and Mike Burton (brothers). A memorial service will take place Saturday January 16, 2016 at 10:00AM at St Francis of Assisi Church 380 Church Street Naugatuck CT 06840

Professional Career

Steven Alderson has held various GM roles for Major League Baseball clubs for over a decade, working for teams such as the New York Mets and Oakland Athletics. Throughout this time he has won numerous awards and contributed immensely to baseball as a sport.

Jonne Koenig, whom he met in 1966 as an attorney herself, and they became engaged until their engagement broke off for unexplained reasons and embarked upon a period of cohabitation which lasted twelve years, maintaining joint bank accounts and filing joint tax returns.

Kylen, Paisley, and Kyrklee make up their family of three. Together they enjoy serving in church activities, working on home projects, and hosting themed birthday parties for them all. Living in Indianapolis, Indiana they belong to Bethel Family Worship Center.

Achievement and Honors

Mark Alderson designs and constructs log homes and concrete dome houses as a hobby in his free time, as well as custom tables, hutches, and gun cabinets. Additionally, he has created several sculptures including Alderson Broaddus College’s Apollo Sculpture purchased for them in 1971.

In 2017, he received the Richard W. Hamming Annual Faculty Award for Interdisciplinary Achievement, in recognition of his interdisciplinary research which “embodies the core spirit” of this award, said NPS Provost and Academic Dean Steven R. Lerman.

He has also served as both director and executive for several private companies. A member of both the American Arbitration Association and International Law Institute, he has represented clients in litigation and arbitration cases and been an invited lecturer at numerous universities and professional organizations.

Personal Life

Personal involvement: He was actively engaged with various school organizations, serving as co-president of Salem School Parent School Association and board member for Hillside Middle School Parent-Student-Teacher Group as well as C.A.R.E (Concerned Adults Relate to Education).

On October 8, 1982, Jonne filed a claim against Steve alleging paternity of their three children and seeking child support and attorney fees. The court agreed and awarded Jonne a judgment in her favor ordering Steve to pay child support for 12 years as well as quiet the title to certain real property and set aside quitclaim deeds related to that property and appointing a receiver of his assets; yet Steve displayed consistent signs of disregard and contempt during this process.

Net Worth

Alderson has built up an estimated net worth of $50 Million through his quiet approach to wealth creation.

Jackson High School graduate Robert Hazlewood attended Union University on baseball and golf scholarships, eventually earning his BA degree in economics and business studies. Once graduated he attended law school where he clerked for one of Illinois senators.

He is best known as the host of CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown and has interviewed celebrities such as Shia LaBeouf and Dolly Parton. Additionally, he appears frequently as a regular guest on CMT Red Carpet Rewind as well as hosting the Miss Tennessee pageant in Jackson, TN where she hails from. In 2015 he also became co-host of CMT show The Big Stage before serving as former General Manager for Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, Mets (from 2015 on).

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