Steven Harold Noah – A Man Who Changed the World
Steven Harold Noah left behind many friends and family who will miss him dearly. His love for his family was unparalleled, while his commitment to helping others was unparalleled. Steven battled multiple sclerosis bravely for over 15 years – leaving behind an army of fellow warriors he will be sorely missed by.
Harold explores Harold’s chaotic, surreal, often amusing, yet thought-provoking stream-of-consciousness during one class day.
Early Life and Education
Steven Harold Wright was born October 2nd 1954 in Birmingham Michigan. After graduating Langley High School he attended Clemson University and became part of the Theta Chi Fraternity.
Steven was an incredible father who deeply cared for his family. Additionally, he was known to help those in need whenever possible – all those who knew him will miss him greatly.
This collection consists of three series: BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION; PROFESSIONAL CAREER; and SCRAPBOOKS. The scrapbooks chronicle Stevens’ rise to New York State’s highest court and contributions made during his legal career, with numerous letters from contemporaries, colleagues, dignitaries as well as photographs and newspaper clippings collected throughout. Arranged into five folders and six boxes.
Writing was his great love. He published over 150 research and applied articles in major publications across Europe, America and Asia; some received awards of excellence.
Harold joined Lester Schwab Katz and Dwyer following the dissolution of Berman & Frost and quickly established himself as one of New York’s leading product liability defense attorneys. Throughout his tenure at Lester Schwab Katz and Dwyer he represented clients against some of the greatest plaintiff personal injury bar legends while regularly lecturing on trial practice issues.
He had an extraordinary gift of leaving people better off than when he found them, even in times of great suffering he always managed to maintain an upbeat outlook and share some of his light with those he encountered.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Harold has earned numerous honors throughout his career. This includes numerous fellowships as well as receiving the Charles W. Bohmfalk Award, the VP&S Distinguished Service award, and Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine award. Furthermore, he serves on many boards and trusteeships including St Patrick’s Cathedral and New York University Medical College.
Joseph will be deeply missed by Angie, his son Joe and April; their siblings Debbie, Judy, Jeff and Mary as well as nieces, nephews, extended family and dear friends who knew and loved him dearly. May he rest peacefully.
Steven Harold was an avid sports fan who could often be found cheering his favorite teams to victory. Additionally, he was known for being extremely generous with others; never losing his smile while cracking jokes to make people laugh despite living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
He was deeply committed to his family and enjoyed spending time with them. Angie was his greatest source of strength; together they formed an inseparable duo, often traveling together for events such as watching Vikings games or NASCAR races or music shows.
Steve touched many lives throughout his lifetime and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He will be fondly remembered for his humor, generosity and intelligence – traits which will be remembered fondly. Steve leaves behind two sons (Sherly Riffe and Michael Leese), daughter Renee Leese as well as brothers Ward Face and J. David Face as well as numerous nieces and nephews who miss him dearly.
Harold brings 35 years of experience to Barnes Dennig as a director, performing audit and accounting services as well as valuation of corporations and partnerships for various tax, assurance and financing requirements.
He regularly advises closely held family offices, private equity funds, and high-net-worth individuals in their business ventures. He assists them with complex transaction structuring and negotiations as well as preparation of subscription and similar investment agreements, equity/asset purchase agreements, convertible debt financing agreements and other M&A related agreements.
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