Steve Jasinski

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Experienced real estate professional with multiple industry credentials, he specializes in home seller representation using cutting-edge marketing strategies which lead to swifter days on market and higher list-to-sale-price ratios.

Early Life and Education

His colleagues remember Jasinski fondly. They describe him as an exceptional educator, counselor, coach and administrator who always put others’ needs before his own.

Tim Ranes recalls Jasinski as an aggressive and confident basketball player. Additionally, he excelled at quarterbacking football games and serving as high jumper/long jumper/triple jumper on track teams at school. Jasinski had scholarships lined up with both colleges for both basketball and football until suffering an injury midway through his junior year.

Jasinski and other researchers recently discovered a new three-horned dinosaur species named Sierraracratops turneri to honor him and commemorate its discovery. The name represents both Sierra County in which its fossil bones were discovered as well as ceratops – often used for three-horned dinosaurs – giving rise to yet another example of how naming new species of dinosaur can provide clues into their environment.

Professional Career

Jasinski serves as Senior Vice President of Employee Benefits for SterlingRisk in Woodbury, New York and acts as a thought leader within the healthcare industry. He provides innovative solutions to reduce employers’ health care costs.

O’Reilly Auto Parts’ Springfield, Missouri Vice President of IT does not wait for entry-level programmers to graduate college before hiring them as paid interns. Instead, he actively recruits junior students from local colleges as paid interns.

Interns at O’Reilly benefit from learning its culture and software through interaction with other analysts – or “osmosis time.” They also discover where their individual skill sets fit within the team, creating a more cohesive unit focused on client success.

Achievement and Honors

Long an advocate of amateur sports, he was key in introducing high school hockey to Minneapolis and volunteering as coach to various local teams.

Jasinski joined Silicon Valley-based Fortinet early last year in order to help expand their federal market presence and help federal agencies balance new technology initiatives with legacy systems maintenance. He recently shared this experience in an interview with ExecutiveBiz.

He is well-known for his articles and speeches on technology and government topics, appearing in media such as National Review and Washington Post. Additionally, he holds membership with both the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and American Physical Society.

Personal Life

Steve is married and the proud parent of one son. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family, watching movies, attending school events and participating in golf tournaments as well as traveling the globe. Additionally, his passion lies within single engine civilian airplanes which is why he’s working towards earning his flight instructor certificate.

As leader of The Jasinski Home Team, Kevin Farmar is dedicated to the success of each client and strives to build long-term relationships by meeting individual client needs with compassion and integrity. Kevin shares this philosophy with team members Christina Andino and Judy Riley who also strive towards finding clients the best deal. All their goals align as one.

Net Worth

Jasinski not only contributes to his real estate career but also to various worthy causes and organizations. He serves on both the EIU College of Science Advisory Board and has served on the District 105 Foundation board in the past. Furthermore, Evil Burrito can often be heard performing at local venues and events around the area.

Jasinski is estimated to have amassed an estimated net worth of $33.4 Million, having made two trades involving OReilly Automotive stock; his biggest trade on 24 February 2015 consisted of exercise of 33,911 units for $1,394,081.

State allegations allege Jasinski lacked judgment and endangered his patients by prescribing CDS/HGH/anabolic steroids outside of podiatry practice without proper documentation, referral to pain management specialists, completion of necessary tests or good cause in treating 15 patients from 2009-2014. Furthermore, CDS were prescribed for nonpodiatric ailments including spinal cord injury, knee pain, insomnia and urination difficulties – something no other practitioner is permitted to do.

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