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  Yarbrough, Steven B. "Steve"
NameSteven B. "Steve" Yarbrough
Address1086 West Armstrong Way
Chandler, Arizona , United States
Born Unknown
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifedRBH
Jun 02, 2012 01:12pm
InfoOccupation: Attorney and Executive Director, ACSTO
Member Since: January 2003

Steve has resided in Arizona since 1963. He graduated from Phoenix Union High School in 1965, earned his bachelor�s degree in business administration (finance) with high distinction from ASU in 1968, and his Juris Doctor degree from ASU magna cum laude in 1971. In 1970-71 he was a Rockefeller Foundation graduate fellow and from 1971-75 he was an administrator at ASU in the office of student affairs. From 1975-77 he taught business law at Mesa Community College.

He is a board certified family lawyer specialist and is a partner with Yarbrough, Moll and Dunn in Chandler.

Steve and his wife Linda have been married 34 years. She is a high school choral music teacher and fine arts department chairperson. They have three adult sons, two of whom are east valley police officers and one is a sales analyst in Houston, Texas. They have two grandchildren.

Steve has served twenty-two years on the school board for Valley Christian High School in Chandler. Since 1998 he has been executive director of the Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization, a major charitable organization which gives scholarships to students to attend the school of their parent�s choice. He also previously served on the ASU Alumni Association Board of Directors and is on the Board of Directors of the Children�s Hope Association.

In the Legislature, Steve serves on the Ways and Means (vice-chairman), Education, Judiciary, Ethics, and Joint Legislative Audit Committees.


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