“I graduated college in 1988 and put out a half dozen resumes. My parents who had taken care of the education put out hundreds.” – Steve Berry as stated on Conversations with Calcaterra
“You know the saying. “Once a Hawk always a Hawk.” So in one sense of the world I’m still a lifer.” – Steve Berry on Conversations with Calcaterra
“I Got Friends in Low Places was almost the anthem of the theatre group at that time.” (Ken) “I think I’m pretty much responsible for Garth’s popularity” – Steve Berry as stated on Conversations with Calcaterra
Steve Berry began his career in education in 1988. Straight out of college he received a position at Hazelwood Central High School in North St. Louis County. He taught drama for 19 years directing numerous plays and enriching the lives of thousands of students before moving into administration at Hazelwood and then Lafayette High School.
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