Steve Sefcik

Steve Sefcik

Stephen Sefcik has over 25 years of experience as a business executive and has worked for some of the most renowned firms both domestically and abroad. Throughout his career he has enjoyed tremendous success.

Hologic is a medical technology company focused on women’s health that was founded by him.

Early Life and Education

As a child, Sefcik found great pleasure and passion in caring for animals – from caring for runts of litters and injured birds, to caretaking many injured barn cats who straggled in. His devotion and joy toward these beloved beings filled his days.

After excelling in three sports in high school, Sefcik went on to play track and field for the University of Texas as an outstanding athlete.

As an accomplished decathlete, he won both national championships and Olympic medals during his time competing. Additionally, he served as coach to both Saudi national and Olympic teams competing in alternative competition, Islamic Games. A resident of Corpus Christi Texas with two grown children and granddaughter, he co-authored “Breaking the Silence: A Story of Depression, Lessons and Hope”, speaking out at numerous schools and civic organizations across Texas and surrounding states.

Professional Career

Many factors can determine the success of a baseball career: talent, physical tools and work ethic all play a part. Sometimes being at the right place at the right time also plays a factor; this was certainly true of utility player Steve Sefcik.

Sefcik would make his Phillies debut on September 8, 1995 against the Astros at Veterans Stadium, appearing for just one plate appearance and going hitless that night; nevertheless he proved invaluable as an infielder to their cause.

Subsequent to his time spent playing minors baseball, he would go on to spend nearly 20 years working in public accounting and consulting, providing services for a range of financial institutions including State Street Bank & Trust Company, Security Pacific National Bank and Bank of America and Mellon Financial Corporation.

Achievement and Honors

Sefcik was awarded both BVU Graduate Student of the Year and Gertrude Aull Award as an outstanding undergraduate student. Additionally, he is a member of both Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society and Psychology Club.

He is a husband, father and uncle living with his wife Terry Horowitz Sefcik in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill South neighborhood. He is the son of Ann and Andrew Sefcik and brother to Vince and Karin; additionally he is also father of one daughter named Karen Sue Sefcik.

Coach Johnson has led baseball programs at Eastern New Mexico University, Wayland Baptist University and Texas A&M Kingsville (Texas A&I) at different points during his coaching career. On two different occasions with these teams he won NCAA Division II championships – an impressive accomplishment indeed!

Personal Life

Stephen Sefcik is an affectionate son, brother, husband, father, and uncle who resides in Pittsburgh with his wife Terry Horowitz Sefcik and son Zach Sefcik who plays college soccer at Marist College. Additionally he is the proud brother of Karin Sefcik Treiber (deceased) and Vince Sefcik as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

He is an active member of the National Eagles Club and an avid golfer. Additionally, he supports the Philadelphia Phillies baseball club.

He enjoys spending his free time with his family. In his community service role as part of Montville Foundation and volunteering firefighting department.

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