Steve Latimer – A Lifelong Professional Golfer
Steven Latimer works as a Facilities Senior Associate for ECS Corporate Services and specializes in Architecture, Engineering & Design. Additionally, he enjoys playing sports.
His favorite sports include fishing and football. He enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as traveling. Additionally, he is a member of the Westchester County Democratic Party Committee.
Early Life and Education
Stephen Latimer was born and educated at Mount Vernon Public Schools before attending the University of Michigan where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in painting.
As a draftsman at a patent firm, he developed an impressive knowledge of both patent law and engineering. One of his early assignments included creating mechanical drawings for Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone patent; additionally he worked on Edison’s light bulb patents and later published Incandescent Electric Lighting, an engineering book.
Steve was survived by his beloved wife Nancy of 54 years (108 if including their three grown children) as well as three thriving grandchilden. Together they enjoyed travel throughout Asia using U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay as their homebase to make travel plans.
Latimer has spent over 20 years playing, teaching, caddying and officiating golf. Additionally, he has experience with traditional club operations as well as serving as Western New York PGA assistant professional.
Once released from WWE’s developmental territory NXT, Latimer wrestled on the independent circuit under his ring name Kenneth Cameron under The Ascension gimmick. On 1 May 2014 episode of Impact Wrestling he made his TNA debut while criticizing Magnus for having such an easygoing character in their kayfabe rivalry.
Steve Latimer, as a partner in Grant Thornton’s domestic tax group, works closely with small and midsized businesses to help them meet both short- and long-term business goals in an efficient tax manner. Additionally, he is a member of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia, Canadian Tax Foundation and Grant Thornton’s National Succession and Estate Planning Leadership Committee.
Achievement and Honors
He was an exemplary husband, father and grandfather who loved spending time outdoors and playing poker with family and friends. Additionally, he enjoyed working on his dirt bikes and gardening. Above all else he was known to go out of his way to help others – providing iron work services, mechanic support for broken vehicles or physical labor when necessary!
He has appeared as an actor in two episodes of the series: The High Life from Series 12 and Fool for Love from Series 13. Additionally, he has performed with the Metropolitan Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Tanglewood concerts and others.
His memory will live on in his wife Nancy and children Shannon Talbert (Greg) and Shawn Latimer; grandchildren Allison, Alissa and Ronin; step-grandchildren Spencer Bales and Jason Allinson as well as their families; as well as three furry companions named Pooka, Buttons and Zipper.
Steve Latimer was dedicated to his family and friends. He enjoyed traveling and shared many compelling tales from his journeys. A master of many trades himself, Steve continually sought new knowledge while passing it along to those around him.
He was an extraordinary, generous man, always willing to do anything for anyone in need. Often he would stop his work to assist friends or family members. Additionally, he was an expert wood worker capable of creating anything.
Surviving him are his wife Roxanne, sons Tony and Kim as well as Spencer Bales and Jason Allinson along with their respective spouses; 22 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren as well as his sisters Karen Person, Jean Sapp, and Kathleen Beaudoin.
According to our research, George Latimer is an estimated $5 Million Politician whose wealth was earned primarily through basketball playing career.
Latimer held positions on the Rye City Council, Westchester County Legislature and New York State Assembly – as a Democrat until switching over to Republicanism in 2002.
He was a great friend who everyone in Rockhampton turned to when they needed help. A real icon in his community, he will be missed greatly. At the time of his accident near Wowan – south-west of Rockhampton – both drivers died instantly in an Clayton’s tilt tray truck crash.