Attorney Steve Fagan
Attorney Steve Fagan is committed to providing his clients with attentive legal counsel and aggressive courtroom advocacy that protects their rights. He has extensive experience defending individuals against DUI, criminal, and traffic charges.
He led his team to become CACC North Division regular-season champions for the first time ever – making Golden Falcon history!
Early Life and Education
Attorney Steve Fagan has dedicated his legal career to fighting for those accused. His expertise lies in criminal, DUI, civil and real estate litigation cases.
He began his musical career as a jazz trombone soloist but later switched to writing lyrics and playing keyboards with Steely Dan. Additionally, he collaborated on an album with singer-songwriter Walter Becker.
Mr. Thompson played basketball at Pace University from 1990-1992 and earned a spot as single season assist leader during one season. Subsequently he transitioned into coaching, turning around their program at College of Central Florida into an effective offensive unit, eventually winning Conference, Region 8 and National Championship Tournament appearances during 2015-20.
Steve Fagan is a Senior Transportation Systems Consultant that specializes in designing, testing, and overseeing implementation for Electronic Toll Collection System deployments at state and local tolling agencies.
As a player for Pace University from 1990-92, he led their single season assists leader. Following graduation, he went on to coach five seasons at Globe Institute of Technology where he amassed an 89-43 record as coach.
Harriet, also a commercial land developer, would regularly tell guests at charitable social events of her and William’s exciting travels through New Guinea and Borneo before reaching Mount Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain peak – to discuss these adventures with them. William also served on the Board of Kehilat Chovevei Tzion synagogue where they attended.
Achievement and Honors
Fagan enjoys watching movies with his two daughters, especially Annie Hall from 1977 featuring Diane Keaton and Woody Allen as his favorite pair. In his free time he enjoys running as well as working out at the gym.
After one year as assistant manager at Cinemark in Oklahoma City, Fagan was transferred to Tupelo, Mississippi where he served for 2 1/2 years as theater manager before eventually taking on this new position in Oklahoma City.
Since 2008 when Fagan took on his current head women’s basketball coaching position with the Golden Falcons, he has guided them to seven Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference playoff berths as all-time winningest coach at their school and is also active member of Women’s Basketball Coaching Association.
Fagan has also taken an active part in community service activities while coaching the Golden Falcons, including participation in their annual Shoot for Hunger food drive and chaperoning at Rutherford Ragamuffin Parade; additionally he volunteers at Tunnel 2 Towers 5K run supporting 9/11 first responders.
He firmly believes in everyone’s right to prosper and live happily; through his organization, which provides one-on-one guidance and direction. Additionally, he hosts a forward-thinking radio show on NTR Radio Network; is a member of several prestigious societies in Palm Beach; boasts owning multiple luxury vehicles with his wife being an influential socialite; has two children;
He was an esteemed husband, father, brother, uncle and friend to many. Known for his engaging stories and charismatic personality at parties. Family was his top priority and will sorely miss him.
Over the past 11 years, he has made over $22 Million worth of trades with Domtar stock over his tenure, owning 22,198 shares at various times. When not trading shares he enjoys hiking and spending time with family and friends. A member of Baptist faith, he also has his wife, sons-in-law, grandchildren as well as an adorable pooch named Bailey residing with them all in Seville Ohio where he works at Domtar as President – Personal Care Division President earning a healthy living salary.